Photos: Fall Transforms Miami’s Campus

By: Gia Mariani

Staff photographer Gia Mariani captured some of Miami’s beautiful foliage as fall set in across campus. Enjoy these amazing fall colors and what’s left of this great season!

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Trees around the Presser Hall pond.

 

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A bridge on Western Campus near Patterson Place.

 

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Patterson Place.

 

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One of the many great trees on Western Campus.

 

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More of Western campus.

 

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A closer look at the crunchy fall leaves.

 

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Fall colors outside the Farmer School of Business.

 

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Brilliant orange found in the Conrad Formal Gardens.

 

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Transforming trees near Bishop Woods.

 

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A campus squirrel enjoying the season’s colors.

 

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Another squirrel!

 

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Sunlight peeking through the trees in Bishop Woods.

 

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Fall colors near Hamilton Hall.

 

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The classic campus view of McCracken Hall.

 

All photos courtesy of Gia Mariani

GreenHawks Media

GreenHawks Media is Miami University’s first environmental publication. Our goal is to unite green initiatives on campus and in the community. We hope to make a difference in a journalistic fashion by spreading news and information as well as educating our readers. We would like to present GreenHawks Media as a central place for groups and individuals to share their ideas, concerns, and initiatives. Individually and in small groups, efforts are made to make a difference and promote change. While one person may have a concern, another is researching it and needs assistance. While one initiative is being made in a science department, a similar idea is being discussed in a local business. GreenHawks Media provides the opportunity for shared visions to come together. We are journalists, writers, photographers, and scientists. We are students. We are motivated to use media to contribute to the change that our generation needs to make in order to protect and understand the planet we call home.

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