Lexi is a sophomore journalism and American studies double major from Toledo, OH. She has been writing for The Student since she first came to Miami and is excited to be an assistant editor. She enjoys writing profiles and human-interest stories. In her free time, Lexi likes watching movies and TV and listening to music. Her favorite movie is “Coraline,” and she is currently binging “New Girl” for the second time. In a post-COVID world, she can’t wait for concerts to return. She would love to see Paramore live. On the weekends you can find Lexi studying at Armstrong or getting a bagel Uptown.
Most students adjust to their college campus during their first year, but with last year almost completely on Zoom, the sophomore class is still getting acclimated to college life.
In May, April Callis began working at Miami University as its new associate director of LGBTQ+ Initiatives in the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion (CSDI).
Around 10 McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital employees and family members gathered outside the hospital at 4 p.m. on Aug. 25, with signs to protest the COVID-19 vaccine requirement for employees. Today was the second time they protested the requirement. The first was held last week.
Miami University is “carefully considering” mandating the COVID-19 vaccine for all students, faculty and staff, according to a university-wide email sent this morning.
Current students, including this year’s incoming first-years, will continue taking classes under the Global Miami Plan. Incoming students beginning in fall 2022 will have to complete the Miami Global Plan requirements.
Students are divided in their feelings about an exemption to Miami University’s indoor mask mandate allowing professors to take off their face coverings while instructing.
WILLOW's fourth studio album, “lately i feel EVERYTHING,” released on July 16, welcomes listeners into a new era for the 20-year-old artist: one of embracing angst and pushing forward.
Miami University’s COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines are still a work in progress as thousands of students move back into residence halls, apartments and houses this fall.