Cosette is a sophomore strategic communication major with a professional writing co-major. Cosette is from a small town in Ohio called Farmersville and joined TMS her first year because her dad used to be the EIC for Miami Middletown’s newspaper “Kaos” in the 70s. At Miami, Cosette is also the Business Manager for Inklings Arts & Letters, a campus tour guide and the Community Engagement rep. for her residence hall. Outside of school, she enjoys playing pick-up soccer, sailing at Hueston Woods and going to see movies. One of Cosette’s favorite memories is her trip to Sweden where she got to celebrate Midsommar with family friends. After graduation, Cosette hopes to travel a lot and work with nonprofits as a communication director.
More than a week after rumors of a male stalker following women home on campus began circulating through group chats and on social media, two reported incidents have validated the recent increase in safety concerns among female students.
After two and a half semesters of college via computer screen, some students are feeling the weight of the last year in the final stretch of this spring semester.
The Business Student Advisory Council hosted the 2021 annual Farmer Week, celebrating the Farmer School of Business (FSB) from April 5-8. This year, the event focused on community, identity, relationships and mental wellness.
From March 24 to April 4, Miami University’s dining services provided kosher meals for Passover at select locations for Jewish students observing the holiday. Due to a mistake from the vendor that provided the meals, Miami’s Commons locations (dining halls) were not able to serve kosher for Passover meals.
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.
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.
During a time when nearly one in five Americans and three in 10 Black or Hispanic Americans report knowing a close friend or relative that has died from COVID-19, it’s safe to say there’s been some trauma acquired over the course of the pandemic.
On March 13, 2020, exactly a year ago this past Saturday, Miami University President Greg Crawford sent an email to the student body notifying them that classes would be delivered remotely for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester.
Only about 7.5% of the U.S. population has been fully vaccinated as of March 1, according to NPR’s COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker. Under the CDC’s three-phase distribution plan, college students are not scheduled to get their doses until phase three. Ohio has not released estimated dates for phase three of distribution.