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Some memories are so poignant that you’re able to recall specific details of the situation long after the event has passed. This series highlights the truly memorable moments of our writers' lives, those that have stuck with them for days, months and years and now take shape as stories on the page.
For some, a normal weekend at Miami University consists of partying at the Uptown bars and sometimes drinking, but last Thursday night was different. Students still hit the bars and participated in other fun events, but this time in their Halloween costumes.
Gabby Kovachich didn’t know why the pep band was so essential until she played in it at Miami University’s hockey opener on Oct. 6.
Ari Chinoporos has to eat a birthday cake pop from Starbucks and listen to “Fight Song” by Rachel Platten three times.
On a Monday in early June, I got a text from my cousin, asking me to come to downtown Cincinnati the next day because he "really needed me to meet someone."
Since its baseball's inception, there have been "unwritten rules" -- different things players do that are often frowned upon by umpires, fans and opposing players, but not strictly forbidden.