McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital’s intensive care unit (ICU), which contains 4 beds, is working at 50% capacity, as of Jan. 26, said Michael Everett, president and chief operating officer of TriHealth. That number has dropped from its previous 100% capacity rate last week.
Talawanda School District (TSD) remained closed through the end of the week, asking students and staff return on Monday, Jan. 24 due to staffing issues and COVID-19 cases.
Miami University has named Amy Shoemaker as its new vice president and general counsel as of Jan. 18. She will be taking the place of Robin Parker, who has formerly served in this position and will be retiring this year.
As a sophomore at Miami University, Emil Barr already wears quite a few hats. Barr is a double major in business economics and international studies and is the Business Manager of The Miami Student.
Miami University’s Student Counseling Services (SCS) have undergone a number of changes to accommodate the rapid effects of COVID-19 on its patients and office since March 2020.
More than a week after rumors of a male stalker following women home on campus began circulating through group chats and on social media, two reported incidents have validated the recent increase in safety concerns among female students.
The shortfall of teaching opportunities can, like most other events of the past year, be attributed to COVID-19. To prevent spreading the virus, most schools have been forced to shutter in-person teaching, with just less than 93% of households with school-age children reporting some form of distance learning during COVID-19 according to the U.S. Census. However, for college students who need the teaching hours to gain necessary field experience for job opportunities, distance learning has brought an added layer of stress.
The Oxford Area Trails (OATs) are considered an outdoor safe space by many in Oxford, loved for the simple pleasures the trails offer within their wooded paths.