After nearly a year of online programs and in-person events limited to less than 1o people, Armstrong Student Center is hopeful that the spring semester will finish out closer to normal.
Gretchen, a dachshund who turns 12 years old in March, is also referred to as Gretchen Wieners, after the iconic “Mean Girls” character. When she first came to live with Abbott, she weighed approximately 30 pounds, definitely overweight for a weiner dog.
On campus, many buildings closed by 9:30 p.m. and students were asked to return to their dorms by 10 p.m. With the curfew now lifted, many on- and off-campus buildings and restaurants plan to remain open later.
Armstrong Student Center puts up flags to honor the home countries of students enrolled at the university. But the flags don't necessarily represent the nationalities and heritages of every student. The very first time that Class of 2020 Miami graduate Andrew Devedjian stepped foot into Armstrong Student Center during a 2016 campus visit, he immediately searched for the Armenian flag hanging among others on the wall. He didn’t see it. Now he's looking to change that.
Miami University has taken a new approach to COVID-19 arrival testing by implementing the use of participant cards for all students in addition to the pre-existing method of giving wristbands to on-campus students.
As COVID-19 numbers continue to rise across the country and hit new daily highs in Ohio, Miami University students are facing tough decisions when it comes to traveling home.
With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, local food pantries are balancing their effort to help customers during the holidays while also following COVID-19 guidelines.
As Emily Bufler spent the day in Root Yoga studio packing up her business and sorting through items to sell, a former customer walked in. The woman had come to pick up her things she had left behind before learning the studio would be closing.
Following the announcement that Bell Tower Commons dining hall would be closed for at least the rest of the semester, first-year Ethan Chiapelli decided to take matters into his own hands.