A.J. Newberry is a cartoonist, illustrator, photographer and commentator.
Mindfulness Week Throughout the week of Sept. 11 Various times in McGuffey 128 Already feeling the stress of the semester? Head to McGuffey’s Mindfulness Center for daily events this week to help put your mind at ease. Learn how to eat mindfully, communicate mindfully, meditate and more. Free Uptown Concert Thursday, Sept. 14 7:30 p.m. in Uptown Park Kick off Homecoming weekend with a free concert in Uptown Park. Though you may not know the acts by name, it’s worth checking out these Cincinnati-based indie-pop acts, especially if you’re a fan of bands like COIN, Real Estate and Lord Huron. Homecoming Huddle Friday, Sept. 15 7 p.m. in Uptown Park Friday evening, students and alumni will flock to Uptown Park for free food, giveaways and live music from Americana trio, The Bundys. Help out Irma victims by donating a t-shirt from another school. In exchange, you’ll receive a 2017 Homecoming shirt. “Bring Home the Bell” Saturday, Sept. 16 8 p.m. in Yager Stadium Start the gameday festivities early with a student tailgate at 3 p.m. and a “Hawk Walk” to wish the team luck at 5:30 p.m. After last week’s victory against the Governors, let’s hope the ‘Hawks can secure a win against the UC Bearcats and bring home the Victory Bell. Have an event you would like us to feature? On or off campus,...Read More
Sep 12, 2017 | Travel |
Trinity College is located in the middle of buzzing Dublin, Ireland, and is semi-regularly swamped with tourists ducking in to see the Book of Kells, or just for a quiet sit. Founded in 1592, the school features Victorian architecture influenced by other institutions such as Oxford (UK) and Cambridge. The grass is cut very low like a golfing green, and the library is the largest in Ireland. In the center of the walled buildings is a campus bar, where students can grab a cider and watch rugby on a massive field. Compared to Miami, where King Library was built...Read More
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