Advertisement

Empty Bowls, Full Stomachs

Mid-morning light filtered through the wide windows of the Oxford Community Arts Center, illuminating an unusual centerpiece of the room: row upon row of colorful bowls of all shapes and sizes.

Words Matter: The Reality of Muslim-Americans

Roula Allouch sat behind a glass wall watching a focus group discuss their feelings on Muslim-Americans. She remembers the viscous words and proclamations of hate toward people of her faith. But when the group was made to watch a video on a Muslim speaker condemning violent actions often associated with Islam in the media, their words changed.

Loading

MUFD combines style and sustainability

Miami University Fashion and Design (MUFD) hosted their first clothing swap for non-members on Monday, Oct. 29. Attendees brought clothes they felt didn’t suit them anymore in exchange for another attendee’s, to refresh their wardrobe with equivalent pieces. Each attendee was granted a certain amount of tickets depending on how many items they brought in. Small items such as jewelry earned a participant one ticket, and larger clothing items traded for two or three tickets.

From one nerd to another

I used to spend Monday mornings in eighth-grade homeroom doing impersonations of whatever character Cecily Strong had played on that weekend’s episode of “Saturday Night Live,” much to the dismay of my classmates. She joined the...

Loading

The Miami Student Newsletter

By subscribing to our newsletter, you will receive weekly emails with our top stories right to your inbox!

Twitter