In the spring of 2014, the Miami University Global Health Alliance was born. The idea originated with five students participating in Miami University’s Global Health minor, introduced the previous fall under the direction of coordinator, Cameron Hay-Rollins, a professor of anthropology. “We…realized there’s not really somewhere for us to all come and talk about issues … More Bienvenida, Global Health Alliance!
They sting, they bite, they buzz, they kill your plants, and for tiny little things, they can look pretty darn terrifying. It can be hard to show love to our friendly neighborhood creepy crawlies, but they play an essential role in keeping our eco-system running. Many insects pollinate plants, spread seeds, and enable oxygen to … More Must Love Bugs
GreenHawks Media is proud to present a series known as “Glad to Know You” featuring organizations on Miami University that are environmentally-oriented. Since it was founded in 2007, environmental organization Green Oxford has been committed to making Miami University and all of Oxford a greener place through action, education, and leadership, according to its student … More Glad to Know You: Green Oxford
First, read this article and watch the video that goes along with it! BBC News’ Maddie Moate tackled the question of what would happen if bees were extinct, and the prognosis was a lot worse than fewer stings and no honey. When a person buys all his or her food from the aisles of Kroger, it becomes … More Opinion: The buzz on bees
Miami University’s Marcum Center parking lot on East Quad has a little known secret: it is home to two electric car chargers, the only two of their kind in Oxford. The chargers can be accessed from four parking spaces and have been functional for a year now, according to Ritter Hoy, Miami … More Little Known On-Campus Electronic Car Charging Spaces
The Student Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (SAND), a Miami University student run organization dedicated to educating the Oxford community about nutrition, has big plans for National Nutrition Month (NNM) this March. Rachel Ahler, who was in charge of special events for this month, and Katie Mark, president of SAND, have been planning since the … More SAND Marches into National Nutrition Month with Free Snacks, Workshops, and Yogalates