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Jenna Calderón

Reversing reverse culture shock: help?

There are countless places I’ve never been, things I haven’t seen and people I haven’t met, and that gives me the most intense anxiety and tremendous excitement at the same time.

After President Crawford signed the PCLC last fall, Miami is taking its commitment to sustainability a step further with the creation of a Climate Action task force with sophomore Denali Selent as the student voice.

Student representative joins Climate Action Task Force

In September 2020, Miami University President Greg Crawford signed the Presidents’ Climate Leadership Commitment (PCLC), kickstarting a new era of carbon neutrality and climate resilience at Miami. Now, the university has put together the Climate Action Task Force (CATF) to bring its plans to fruition, with a student representative on board.  

Despite the transition to being online, the marching band hasn't lost the pep in their step.

Marching on: the Miami University Marching Band goes virtual

The week before classes start each fall, around 250 students dot the football field at Yager Stadium, each on a specific mark. Practicing morning to night, they create a wall of sound that fills campus. Once school starts, they are the life of football games and beacons of school spirit.  This year, the stadium is silent. 

Miami at Home: Bitter sweet 16

I got into my car for the first time in more than a week. My sister, Sara, loaded our two maltese-poodles into the back seat, and she crawled into the front passenger side.  I started down the driveway and turned out of our cul-de-sac, sprinkles of rain hitting my windshield.