A Virtual Earth Day

By: Alex Knutte Wednesday, April 22, 2020 marked the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. This year’s theme was climate action, as it is the biggest stressor our planet currently faces.  With strikes and mass gatherings cancelled due to COVID-19, people celebrated the day a little differently than normal. Even though much of the world is … More A Virtual Earth Day

Students in Sustainability: Managing a Pop-up Thrift Shop

By: Denali Selent Halie White is a Miami University Individualized Studies and Philosophy double major who has also found time to participate in various engaging clubs and activities on campus. Halie, a junior, manages the Pop-up Thrift Shop run by Zero Waste Oxford, is a student associate in the Western Program Student Center and is … More Students in Sustainability: Managing a Pop-up Thrift Shop


By: Allison Forsythe On Saturday, Nov. 9, the oldest green organization on campus, Green Oxford, made a great leap for all green organizations into the uptown Oxford bars. Green Oxford hosted an event called BEAT the WASTE at Brick Street Bar and Grill’s famous Beat daytime hours. Although Beat is known for its weekend deals … More BEAT the WASTE

Bienvenida, Global Health Alliance!

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!