Every May, thousands of Miami University seniors graduate and move on from college. But as students leave Oxford to start new lives in different places, some leave behind more than classes, friends and houses — some leave behind pets as well.
Halloween is the same every year. You dress up, go to houses of strangers and neighbors alike and ask for a treat. The difference is, are you a kid asking for candy at someone’s front door or a college student asking for free...
Organizations from all across the Oxford community came together on Monday to hold services in memory of the lives lost at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill, Pennsylvania.
It’s a tale as old as time. The moment the leaves fall to the ground and the pumpkin spice lattes emerge, women around the world begin to scour their Pinterest boards for ideas for Halloween costumes. And more often than not, many of these costume ideas follow the same theme: Slutty version of (insert common household concept here).
Miami’s campus on Monday mornings and Uptown on Saturday nights are starkly different environments. I guarantee students are having significantly less fun walking to their 8:30 a.m. classes than standing out on the patio at Brick.
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