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Not all disabilities can be seen on the outside. That doesn’t mean they don’t exist. Sarah Frosch shares her experience at Miami.

Redefining my disability

I never thought that I would identify as disabled. As a society, we tend to avoid disability and push it off to the side. I’ve heard many say that disability is only for older people and leave it at that.

International students are not always seen as equals. Oftentimes, they are seen as less competent and requiring special education to progress alongside American peers.

Spinning the wheel of competence for international students

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. 

You’ll learn many things over the course of your college career. Ames Radwan listed their top lessons learned while here at Miami University.

My Miami rules

I think it is only right that, like Davis, my last article here be the “rules” I wish I had been told when I first got to Miami — some important things I learned about the world during my time here.


Miami, under 18

Not everyone who comes to Miami is 18 or over, but that doesn't mean 17-year-old students should be treated like children, Lily Wahl writes.


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