Despite the gloomy weather, the organizers of the “Check Your Blind Spots” tour were out on Maple Street from noon to 4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 23 to promote awareness of subconscious, prejudicial biases.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.
Oct 17, 2017 | Culture
The first thing most people picture when someone mentions parkour is people doing dramatic flips and scaling shear walls with ease. However, the president of Miami’s Parkour and Slacklining Club strongly believes that there is much more to the sport than what’s typically depicted in most YouTube videos.Read More
Sep 21, 2017 | Culture
The first semester away at college is tough.Read More
Sep 19, 2017 | Culture
There was an air of uncertainty hanging over the bus stop as I arrived outside of Shriver. This was the site from which the Miami Mystery Tour Bus would depart, but the amassed people, myself included, didn’t seem to know which of the various buses at the stop was ours.Read More
Sep 19, 2017 | Uncategorized
As I step out of my dorm, a sharp gust of wind slaps me across the face. September has certainly set in, as it’s bitterly cold. I glance at my phone, pulling up the weather app, and the screen informs me that it’s an abysmal 51 degrees in Oxford. Sighing, I get on my bike, scrunch down into my jacket and head off to class.Read More
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