By Audrey Davis, News Editor Allan Winkler’s study in his Oxford home is filled with books — hundreds of books that line the shelves built into the wall. The room is cozy. A dog crate sits on the floor with a bed and chew toy inside. A few guitars are placed on their stands. Pictures and papers fill the desks. It’s a room where Allan clearly spends much of his time. He spent seven years teaching history at the University of Oregon and five years at Yale University before moving to Oxford to accept the position as chair of...Read More
Audrey Davis is a junior journalism and history double major from Hicksville, Ohio. Her hobbies include reading, writing, acting and coaching youth gymnastics. She loves to travel and spent six months adventuring all over Europe while working for Delano Magazine in Luxembourg.
Nov 15, 2016 | Culture
By Audrey Davis, News Editor James Beare and Bill Baker sit outside of Oxford Coffee Company wearing winter coats and gloves with coffees in hand. It’s a chilly Monday morning. The temperature is barely above freezing, but the bright sun makes it seem a little more bearable. There are no open chairs out front, so Bill hurries inside to grab another chair for me because “we can do things like that here,” he says. James and Bill have been coming here for the past two years. They can be found sitting in the same spots on almost any given...Read More
Nov 4, 2016 | News
By Audrey Davis, News Editor I arrive at the Rec Center around 8:50 p.m. — about 10 minutes before the Spin-In Movie with the Crawfords begins. I wanted to get here early in hopes of claiming a spot. I had shamefully been waitlisted. I walk into the Rec Center Forum and make my way to the very back where a large projector screen shows the DVD menu of “McFarland USA.” In front of the screen, students sit on stationary bikes, waiting to be told what to do next. I check in at the front table and am told that...Read More
By Audrey Davis, News Editor I sit alone in Starbucks, working on homework as I do most Monday mornings before heading to class. However, today is different. Donald Trump Jr. is coming to Brick Street, and that’s all anyone is talking about. “Is he really coming here?” someone asks. “Yeah! Look outside at that truck!” I turn to the window just in time to see a billboard-sized Trump/Pence sign being removed from the back of a truck. “We have to go take pictures!” an older man says to his wife, coffee in hand. The couple walks right up to...Read More
Sep 16, 2016 | News
By Audrey Davis, News Editor Because of TV shows like “The Bachelor” and “Are You the One?” and popular dating apps like Tinder and OkCupid, people born in the 80s and 90s (commonly known as Millennials and iGen) have a reputation as “the hookup generation.” However, according to a recent study done by researchers from San Diego State, Florida Atlantic and Widener Universities, this may not be the case. The study looked at the sexual activity of people after they turned 18. According to the study, among Americans aged 20-24, 15 percent of Millennials born in the 1990s had...Read More
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