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Jake Ruffer


The Gathering at the Poet’s Shack

On the evening of Nov. 16, Bishop Woods and Upham Hall were lit with the spirit of creativity — and an impressive number of lights and projectors — for a celebration of art and collaboration across a multitude of departments at Miami.


The Harry T. WIlks Institte held election dialouge and listening sessions for students to cope with election stress.

Wilks Institute holds election support

In preparation for the aftermath of what many have called a “historic” presidential election, Miami’s Harry T. Wilks Institute for Leadership and Service launched a plan to hold election dialogue and listening sessions. 


DeWine warns spring semester may go online

The state passed its previous daily record with more than 6,500 active cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday while Governor and Miami alumnus Mike DeWine issued a statewide address to reaffirm safety protocols and warn Ohioans of the consequences of disregarding them.


Miami slow to isolate sick students

 One month after Miami students moved onto campus in September, the process of dealing with COVID-19 remains uncomfortable and unfamiliar, and for many, it hasn’t gotten any easier. 


How Zoom outages are affecting Miami

Zoom, the video-conferencing application that Miami uses for online learning, was down and undergoing maintenance for nearly four hours on Aug. 24. This Zoom blackout slammed the brakes on schools across the country and introduced students and instructors alike to a new kind of virtual snow day.


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