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Caroline Haubenstricker

Our staff writer, Caroline Haubenstricker, is a junior studying Journalism and Global and Intercultural Studies. She began writing for The Student in 2018 as a freshman, with her first story about the presence of Bird Scooters on campus and how to use them. She continued writing for the news section of The Student. She has been a writer at The Student, as well as her continued involvement in a sorority, The Miami Yoga Club and in UA positions. She is proud to be a part of the community at The Student and enjoys the company of each staff member as well as her editors Rachel Berry and Erin Glynn, who have guided her though the journalistic world and given her the guidance to become a better and more unbiased writer. 

Dean of Students Kimberly Moore started a podcast titled "We Need to Talk" to bring students with different backgrounds together this semester.

A podcast to bridge differences

 Hoping to spark conversation on dialogue across difference, Dean of Students Kimberly Moore started a podcast titled “We Need to Talk,” in collaboration with Miami University senior and Student Body Vice President Jessica von Zastrow. 

Talawanda teachers begin receiving second dose of vaccine

  Around half of the teachers in the Talawanda School District (TSD), about 300 people, received their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Feb. 25. The Butler County Educational Service Center, which works with all public schools in the county, coordinated the administration of the vaccine for all 10 school districts in Butler County.  Talawanda teachers received the first dose of the vaccine on Feb. 4. 

Miami offering new virtual study abroad program

During J-term, Miami University will offer its first virtual study abroad experience, MiamiConnects Virtual Global Learning. With the COVID-19 pandemic surging across the country, organizers hope the program will provide an immersive experience without the travel.