This will be my last year at Miami University. While it’s been a unique college experience through COVID-19, I want to share some career exploration experiences from my junior year.
Local news is disappearing. In fact, for many of us, it may be all but gone from our lives.
Coming into your first year of college is one of the hardest moments for anybody to experience. Whether you’re a first-generation college student or you’ve had family members attend before, it’s a challenge to navigate adulthood and start at a brand new school.
When preparing to leave for college, I packed way. Too. Much. After some reflection, I’ve decided that not everything needs to make the trip from home to college.
The Supreme Court struck down affirmative action. The Miami Student's editorial board disagrees with this decision, believing it will undo pushes to foster diversity.
College campuses have become a new political battleground for the right, and educational freedom is under attack. S.B. 117 is poison for higher education.
S.B. 83 aims to eliminate bias in higher education classrooms. Its effect will be quite the opposite.
With the year coming to an end, The Miami Student's editors reflect on their favorite stories from the year, in addition to the ones that were underappreciated.
International students at Miami University make up only a small portion of the student body. To be exact, there are 1,470 of us according to the Office of International Scholars and Services, and this makes it possible for us to cut slack to those who forget about including us in the conversation, the public space, the policies, initiatives and the student body.
With much of the recent political focus in the past few weeks centered around the highly controversial Ohio Senate Bill 83, another contentious new state bill has been brought forward that takes more power away from the people.
I’m Editor-In-Chief of this publication, and even I struggle to keep up with the overwhelming negativity of the news cycle with which we’re currently faced. It’s OK if you feel that way, too. Sean Scott writes for TMS Opinion.
Ohio has made it too easy to obtain firearms, SDA co-presidents argue. Soon, we will suffer the consequences.
H.B. 458 will disenfranchise Ohioans, Meredith Perkins argues. Act now.