Hannah is a sophomore double majoring in journalism and international studies. She is a staff writer for The Miami Student, and assistant editor for The Miami Student Magazine, and co-president of Miami Television News. She began writing for TMS her first month on campus and she’s been here ever since! Her favorite people that she’s ever interviewed include Hope Solo, Miss Ohio, and a formerly overweight wiener dog named Gretchen Wieners. This is fitting, as she has a chubby little wiener dog herself that she misses dearly. In the future, Hannah hopes to work in broadcast as a foreign correspondent. Her dream is to host the Today Show one day (especially the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade)!
As Miami University’s senior synchronized skating team prepares to head to the World Synchronized Skating Championships on April 8-9, the team reflects on how they’re gotten to where they are today.
At least one class has been dismissed early this semester due to students’ failure to follow university-wide mask wearing policies.
When senior diplomacy and global politics and political science major Halle Sarkisian started teaching group fitness classes at the Miami University Recreational Sports Center (the Rec) her sophomore year, she had no idea things would drastically change in just a few short months.
Jonathan James, resident director of Anderson and Porter Halls, has been living and working in college residence halls for almost a decade. Currently, he lives with his wife and two children – 7-year-old Joshua and 3-year-old Abigail – in Porter Hall, located on South Quad.
At Miami University’s graduation ceremonies this year, new cords may be visible around the necks of a few students. The three cords – one red, one white and one blue – will denote student veterans or military-affiliated students. Military-affiliated students can be students involved in the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) or who may be attending college on a family member’s G.I. Bill.
The first time Terence Moore stepped foot on Miami University’s campus, he was 12 years old. He and his dad were attending a basketball tournament in the newly built Millett Hall.