Megan Zahneis

Living life, and writing it all down.

Megan is a student journalist at Miami University, where she is a member of the editorial board of the weekly campus newspaper, The Miami Student, and editor of The Miami Student Magazine.

In addition to her work with student media, Megan has been a correspondent at Major League Baseball, where she interviews players, coaches and celebrities for a column, since 2011.

Megan believes in the power of well-told true stories and is pursuing opportunities that will allow her to practice bringing those stories to the world.

Portfolio

Teaching after Trump: Professors reflect on changes in the classroom
Ever since Donald Trump was elected president one year ago, Patrick Haney, an associate dean in the College of Arts and Science and former chair of Miami's political science...
Doing the Most
It wasn’t until Emma Shibley’s senior year of high school that her mother seriously questioned her extracurricular involvement. One afternoon that fall, Emma arrived home from...
Dependence on contingent faculty erodes MU mission
John-Charles Duffy can't get off his hamster wheel. Last fall, after four years of teaching in Miami's Department of Comparative Religion, Duffy was promoted from visiting...
Bud Selig's love of baseball set path to Hall
In 1990, Bud Selig, then the majority owner of the Milwaukee Brewers, traveled to New York to represent his fellow owners on "Meet the Press" amid a league-wide lockout. There...
What Freshman Year Is Really Like As A Student With Disabilities
First things first: I have a very rare neurological disorder (as in 50-cases-in-the-world rare) that renders me unable to feel pain, temperature and touch in the same way most...
My disability does not define me - and I am no victim
It was the first truly chilly day we'd had in Oxford, and I was taking my favorite winter coat on its first outing of the season. I heard, "Excuse me," as I was walking to...
For international students, academic dishonesty numbers don't tell the full story
During the 2015-2016 academic year, over 40 percent of reported incidences of academic dishonesty involved international students. That number - 43.7 percent, to be specific -...
Miami seeks exam surveillance software
A student walks into a room, ready for her final exam. She takes a seat and racks her brain, willing herself to recall the minutiae of the course material she'd worked an entire...
Equal pay lawsuit undecided
MU unethical, says ally in FSB By Megan Zahneis, News Editor Despite an ongoing gender discrimination lawsuit against Miami University, one male professor of finance believes...

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