Cosette is a junior 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 on campus because her dad used to be the Editor-in-Chief for Miami Middletown’s newspaper “Kaos” in the 70s.
At Miami, Cosette is also the Business Manager for Inklings Arts & Letters and a campus tour guide.
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.
On Sunday, Jan. 23, students checked in for move-in day at a desk in their residence hall, where their testing documentation was reviewed before they moved in.
Miami University students, staff and faculty will be required to wear masks for the spring semester, according to a Jan. 5 email from Miami’s COVID Response Team.
In an email to the Miami University community on Oct. 21, the Miami COVID Response Team announced that beginning Oct. 21, provisional holds on student accounts will appear if the required COVID-19 vaccine documentation or filed exemption is not uploaded to MedProctor.
With two sessions down and three more to go, members of the Climate Action Task Force (CATF) and other presenters have opened up to the Miami community to chat about topics like student engagement, transportation, diversity efforts and more.
Miami University received 10,000 additional at-home COVID-19 antigen testing kits as of Sept. 8 as tests have been in-demand the first three weeks of classes.
Miami University announced yesterday that all students, faculty and staff are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 22, in an email from President Greg Crawford. The announcement was met with a variety of reactions.
On Sunday at 11 a.m., up to 400 tables will be lining the sidewalks from Upham Hall to King Library, filling the spaces through Academic Quad, around the Seal and down Irvin Drive as student leaders set up camp for the fall Mega Fair.
Miami University’s COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines are still a work in progress as thousands of students move back into residence halls, apartments and houses this fall.