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Miami ranks highly in wheelchair-accessibility

Miami University was recently ranked as one of the top 20 wheelchair-accessible college campuses in New Mobility Magazine's Wheels on Campus guide. Placing the university as the 20th most accessible, the guide discussed Miami's Student Disabilities Service (SDS) and its ability to actively accommodate students with disabilities.  

Uptown Restaurants Adapt to J-Term in Pandemic

Many Oxford businesses are used to a slow spell during winter break. But with the impact of the pandemic adding an extra financial burden this school year, some were unsure if they could afford to stay open for the nearly two months between semesters.  

In the midst of confusion surrounding the coronavirus, uncertainty remains in regards to when Miami staffers will be able to get vaccinated.

Ohio COVID vaccination program leaves some healthcare workers behind

  One thing has stayed consistent during the U.S. rollout of COVID-19 vaccines: inconsistency. While some universities are already beginning to vaccinate their faculty, others, like Miami University, haven't received a single dose. And while the former U.S. president praised the rollout of the vaccines, the new one's administration is describing the situation as "worse than we imagined."

Students from marginalized groups talk about how the confirmation of Amy Comey Barret could impact them.

Marginalized groups voice fears over Supreme Court nomination

In 1973, the Supreme Court ruled on Roe v. Wade. In 2015, it ruled on Obergefell v. Hodges. These two landmark cases ruled that women had the right to have an abortion, and same-sex couples had the right to marriage. With the appointment of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, many marginalized students at Miami University are now fearful that these decisions could be overturned.