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Not everybody's Thanksgiving are the same. Gina Roth's Thanksgiving often consists of 80 people.

80 people and pink stuff: A not-so-typical Thanksgiving

I never considered my mom’s side of the family, the Logans, as unconventional. I never thought  Thanksgiving with the Logans was strange.  When I was little, all I cared about at dinner was scarfing down pink stuff — a whipped cream, strawberry and jello concoction created in the depths of the Midwest — and playing Guitar Hero on my cousin’s PlayStation.

Chris Conrad, law director, swears in Oxford’s returning mayor William Snavely for another term.

William Snavely re-elected as Oxford’s mayor

Mayor William Snavely took his seat as mayor once again on Nov. 27 during an organizational meeting at the Butler County Courthouse. Also sworn into Oxford City Council at this meeting were newcomer and former mayor Michael Smith and current city council member Jason Bracken.

Star junior quarterback Brett Gabbert rushes shortly after the snap against the University of Toledo.

‘I’m getting better every day’: Brett Gabbert talks recovery after season-ending injury

Down 21-10 in their biggest game of the season to this point, the Miami RedHawks are two yards away from punching into the end zone to cut the University of Toledo lead under a touchdown. Star junior quarterback Brett Gabbert smacks his hands together, and before the snap even hits them, he’s moving toward the end zone. He doesn’t make it a yard before he meets the Toledo defense. 

A lit-up Christmas tree sits as the main attraction at home.

The ultimate holiday style guide

With the holiday season here and trends changing ever so quickly, figuring out your aesthetic can be stressful — but no matter the occasion, building holiday outfits can be easy if you have closet staples that will always be classy and timeless.

Each Saturday, Miami students enrolled in ART 495 become instructors for art of all kinds to people of all ages.

PHOTOS: ‘Saturday Art’ students exhibit their work

Miami students enrolled in ART 495, commonly referred to as “Saturday Art,” curated a show of their students' artwork from the past semester. ART 495 is composed of 12-15 Miami students who are divided into pairs or trios to teach a specific age group over the course of a semester. Age groups ranged from pre-K all the way to adults.

Colarich wore her most stylish yet warm outfits for a week.

Stay cozy in the cold

It’s finally time to embrace chilly temperatures as we move from late fall into winter, which begs the question: How do we stay comfortable and warm all while showing off our own personal style?