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Staff Report


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. 


TMS Staff Picks: October 2020

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




TMS Editor Picks: August 2020

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


Coronavirus case confirmed at McCullough-Hyde

McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital in Oxford confirmed one case of the novel coronavirus, according to a weekly update letter dated Monday, March 16, sent out by TriHealth president and CEO Mark Clement. 


“We are not closing. We are not canceling classes,” University Provost Jason Osborne said.

Miami moves online: How the university will operate amid coronavirus concerns

Miami University President Greg Crawford announced Tuesday that Miami classes will be moved online effective Wednesday until at least Sunday, April 12.  Jenny Bailer, Butler County’s health commissioner, said this all came suddenly, and the university will continue to evaluate how to move forward.  “Today is today, and tomorrow will be different,” she said.


Ohio health officials came together Sunday night to announce the two Miami students suspected of having novel coronavirus tested negative for the disease and have been taken out of isolation.

Health officials confirm: no coronavirus at Miami

Two Miami University students suspected of having coronavirus tested negative for the virus and are no longer under isolation. Dr. Amy Acton, director of the Ohio Department of Health (ODH), confirmed the two students, who have been isolated since last week, do not have the 2019 novel coronavirus in a press conference at the Gross Student Athletic Center on Sunday night.