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.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.
Nov 6, 2018 | Culture
“It’s basically like ‘Romeo and Juliet’ if ‘Romeo and Juliet’ was between two boys, and there was...Read More
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