The Mid-American Conference (MAC) leading Miami RedHawks took both games against Kent State this weekend to push their record to 8-1 overall (6-0 MAC).
Here at The Student, we are deeply invested in the future of this university. If we did not care about it, we would have given up our work a long time ago.
This year, just more than 30 total citations — including one for mass gatherings and zero for mask violations — were issued by the Oxford Police Department (OPD) over the course of Green Beer Day (GBD) events. Despite this low number of citations in comparison to years past, students reported both seeing and attending large gatherings with more than 60 people in attendance.
Members of the Miami University and Oxford community gathered Saturday, April 3 to mourn the deaths of those killed in the Atlanta spa shootings, an action widely regarded as a racially motivated attack against the Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) community.
There’s no fooling the RedHawks in the beginning of April.
Miami University gave eligible students up to $1,500 in federal aid beginning Monday, March 29. Funds came from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA). Miami was allocated just less than 6.5 million dollars in total.
In an email sent to the Miami University community on Monday, April 5, Miami announced the distribution of 3,500 Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to students starting April 10.
The Miami softball team has been on a tear recently.
Following the resignation of three executive positions in the Miami University College Democrats (Dems), two more executive members have chosen to resign.
The grant, part of the U.S. Treasury’s recent emergency rental assistance program, is intended to help families who are unable to keep up with payments because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Money will be used to help with rent assistance, utilities and up to 12 months of back rent.
The tenth annual National Civil Rights Conference will be held at Miami University this summer.
For Miami University photographers Jeffrey Sabo and Scott Kissell, typically their job is to document Miami’s year-to-year history. But this past year, the abnormally empty spaces that filled their pictures emulated the experience of living through a once-in-a-lifetime event.
This year, Miami was named a top-producer for Fulbright, a program that sends its grant recipients to study and work abroad in foreign countries. Miami currently touts five alumni, all ETAs, abroad on Fulbright grants for the 2020-2021 academic year.
The Oxford Area Trails (OATs) are considered an outdoor safe space by many in Oxford, loved for the simple pleasures the trails offer within their wooded paths.