Audrey Davis, TMS managing editor, dies in home townBy Jack Evans , Megan Zahneis , Angela Hatcher and Ceili Doyle | December 30, 2018
Rick Pescovitz wasn't ready to give up yet.
Eyewitnesses report that a female pedestrian was hit by a vehicle this afternoon on E. High St., near Laws and Hughes halls. Miami University and Oxford police departments reported to the scene. MUPD told The Student it received a call at 12:39 p.m, but could not confirm the victim's identity or the extent of her injuries. The victim was transported to McCullough-Hyde Hospital, where officials have not yet returned The Student's request for comment.
If Rebecca Guan could do it all over again, she wouldn't choose to come to Miami.
"We're not super-geniuses," sophomore Brennan Hoeting promised.
CORRECTION Tuesday 4/4 9 a.m.: Students currently being recruited for Miami's University Honors Program (the Class of 2021, entering in fall 2017) will receive the same registration privileges as current Honors students. The Class of 2022 (entering in fall 2018), not the Class of 2021, will experience the planned changes to Honors registration.
UPDATE Tuesday 3/28 2:30 p.m.: The Student has learned that, as of yesterday, the office of Provost Phyllis Callahan has reversed an earlier decision regarding priority registration after reviewing student feedback. According to a release, students enrolled in the University Honors Program will retain early registration privileges, and Honors time tickets will soon be reversed.
Effective in August, the location of Miami's Student Package Center is changing -- and so is the way that on-campus students pick up their shipments.
UPDATE Wednesday 3/1, 6:45 p.m.: University spokeswoman Claire Wagner has confirmed to The Student that the student in question has been diagnosed with mumps. A further announcement on MyMiami is forthcoming.
In light of President Trump's suspension of immigration for people hailing from seven nations last week, Miami University's senior leadership on Sunday night released a statement via email "expressing strong concern" about the executive order.