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The April shower is clear and you’re walking to class in the humid haze of an Ohio spring, passing the perfectly-curated tulips, surrounded by impeccably-placed dark mulch that are all engulfed in the plaid-clad grass of the quad. The trees are in full bloom, the red brick walkway is ice-free and the ‘most beautiful campus that ever there was’ rings true in your head.
City council voted to reopen Oxford’s Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA) for the third consecutive year, this time without a closing date. The resolution was approved unanimously at the council’s May 17 meeting.
On Thursday, Mar. 24 of this year, Russia invaded its neighbor and post-Soviet state, Ukraine. The world was shocked.
Unlike many, I have faith in Miami University dining halls. It’s a hot take amongst my peers, but if you procure the right meal, a night at the dining hall can be just as good — or even better — than a meal uptown.
American author Gertrude Stein once told Ernest Hemingway, “You all are a lost generation.” The ‘you’ she is referring to is the generation of young adults that survived World War I – but their spirits were battered and their souls were deprived.
The morning coffee, the 2 o’clock pick me up, the Diet Coke with dinner and the occasional late-night library Red Bull: most of us can’t function without at least one dose of caffeine a day.