Zane Marsh is a laid-back, easygoing Miami graduate with a fungal fascination. “I like to have fun...Read More
Duard Headley, The Student’s culture editor, has been involved with the paper since his first few weeks on campus. Former editor-in-chief Jack Evans snagged the wide-eyed freshman from the crowds at Mega Fair and the rest is history. Now, Duard is a junior studying journalism and American studies. He’s proud and excited to be a part of The Student for the upcoming year, and hopes to delve into the culture of Miami University to discover some great stories. In his free time, Duard hones his craft in what is colloquially known as the world’s oldest profession: improv comedy. He’s the treasurer for Sketched Out, Miami’s improv comedy group, and absolutely loves getting onstage and being an utter fool. If you see him on-campus, feel free to scream his name loudly and abruptly. Odds are, he’s the only Duard around, so he’ll probably know you’re talking about him.
Feb 19, 2019 | Culture
Hundreds of people filed through a pair of metal detectors into Hall Auditorium last night, entering a venue peppered with about a dozen armed officers, in what University Lecture Series organizers described as one of the most secure events Hall has ever hosted.Read More
Feb 12, 2019 | Culture
Armstrong Student Center was buzzing. In every hallway, around every corner and in nearly every cranny of the building, students milled and bustled about, folding paper, putting up signs and making sure that their assigned areas...Read More
Feb 5, 2019 | Culture
As temperatures dipped into the negatives last Wednesday and windows filled with frost, Miamians found themselves with an unexpected day off. While students across campus pondered what to do with their free time, Resident...Read More
Jan 29, 2019 | Culture
Miami’s winter break is long, longer than the breaks most major universities in Ohio give. As the days of the month-and-a-half long holiday tick by, it’s easy to settle into new routines at home or abroad. Whether engaged in arctic activities, relaxing by a roaring fire or jetting off to various locales around the world, many Miamians leave Oxford mentally as well as physically for six weeks.Read More
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