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When I was a first-year at Miami University and new to the opinion section here at The Miami Student, a senior opinion writer named Kirby Davis closed out the year with a column listing everything she’d learned during college. Inspired by her work, I began to write my own rules over my time at Miami, starting a list that has spanned these last four years.
Despite these last few years, which can only be described as rocky, Miami University’s men’s hockey team has a long and rich history of turning out amazing players.
My first word was “doggy.”
Let’s make one thing clear: what’s in your pants doesn’t determine if you can wear them.
Breaking News: the “Campus Climate” is a tornado
When self-described meat eater Kahleigh Wiest picked up a sample from a table handing out food in Armstrong Student Center on Wednesday, Feb. 22, at first she thought she was eating chicken.
In elementary school, like any kid, I always looked forward to getting home on Friday nights. Unlike the other kids, though, I wasn’t just excited for the weekend — I was excited for my dad to get home from work on Friday.
Hi! I’m Ames, and I hate Valentine’s Day.
There’s something about Seattle that just always calls to me.
The Seattle Public Library is a marvel of architecture, and Ames Radwan enjoyed the views and literature on their visit.
The Seattle Kraken's arena became the home for Ames Radwan's first ever hockey away game.
Talk about a sticky situation! Ames Radwan visited the famous gum wall while in Seattle.
Food editor Ames Radwan enjoyed the Seattle cuisine scene, especially fresh tortillas and champurrado from Maíz at Pike Place Market.
I have been a vegetarian for twelve years, but I had always sworn up and down I would never go vegan.
Man earns nickname “The Rizzler” after getting 37 women to buy him drinks this weekend
Check out the mouthwatering Thanksgiving feasts served up on our editorial staff's dining tables over the break.
You might not be used to seeing the word “chicken” in a vegetarian recipe.
After winning hearts and inspiring fashions all across the world with her down-to-earth humor, brightly-colored clothes and contagious laugh on Bravo’s “Top Chef,” Carla Hall is as real in person as she is on the screen. Hall proved that when she visited Miami University on Nov. 14 for the last Lecture Series talk of the fall 2022 semester.
I used to be proud of vegetarian cuisine on Miami’s campus.
When it comes to different cuisines, Oxford has its fair share of offerings. On High Street alone, you can find Indian, Chinese, Italian, Mexican, Cincinnatian, American and all sorts of other options.