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Staff Report


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Editor picks - September

Every month, our editors contribute to a Spotify playlist where they each put in their five favorite songs of the month. Read about our favorite picks from the playlist, and listen along with us by clicking the link or scanning the QR code.


Each month, our editorial staff puts together a playlist of their favorite songs. Scan the QR code to listen along.

Editors' Picks August 2021

 At the start of the pandemic, our editors started to contribute to a monthly playlist where they all put in their five favorite songs for the month. Read about our favorite picks from the playlist, and listen along with us by clicking the link, or by scanning the QR code if you’re reading in print. 


COVID dashboard update

Miami University’s COVID-19 Dashboard lists an estimated 12 active student cases as of Thursday, April 29. There are an estimated five total active employee cases. 


COVID dashboard update

Miami University’s COVID-19 Dashboard listed 21 active cases as of April 25. Between April 14 and April 20, the university performed 2,973 student tests and 422 employee tests.


April 2021 Editors Picks

During quarantine, our editors started to contribute to a monthly playlist where they all put in their five favorite songs for the month. Below, all of the contributors posted their favorite song and an explanation of why they chose it. 



COVID dashboard update

Miami University’s COVID-19 dashboard reported 62 estimated active student cases and no active university employee cases as of April 8. 



TMS Editor Picks: Valentine’s Day Edition

During quarantine, our sophomore and junior editors started to contribute to a monthly playlist where they all put in their five favorite songs for the month. Below, all of the contributors posted their favorite song and an explanation on why they chose it. 


A timeline of Election Day 2020 in Oxford

When Grant Loewenstine, a sophomore kinesiology major, arrived at Millett Hall this morning to cast his vote in the 2020 election, he thought he had arrived early enough to beat the crowds.