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Sophomores Sydney Herrick and Simon Foster met in Peabody Hall their freshman year where they lived a few doors down from each other. A lot of people on their floor formed a close-knit friend group, but Sydney and Simon started talking to each other more and began dating in February 2019.
Both of first-year Jordana Luther’s parents were involved in Greek life when they were in college and still keep in touch with people they met through their fraternity and sorority. Luther came to Miami wanting to join a sorority, hoping to find a group of close friends like her parents had.
For the past three years, Miami’s World Creativity and Innovation Week (WCIW) organization has built Creativity City on the front lawn of the Farmer School of Business. Last year, each exhibit or “property” was marked by a set of backdrops designed to look like the brick exteriors of campus buildings. Properties featured different student organizations and activities to exercise creative thinking. There was even a pedal wagon making rounds on the streets of campus and Oxford.
There was a small gap between the floor and the edge of the back curtain on the stage of Leonard Theatre in Peabody Hall. Just a few minutes before 7 p.m., a line of heels paraded from one side of the stage to the other, stiletto clicks ringing clearly through the theatre.
On the first Wednesday of the spring semester, the line to get into Top Deck extended all the way down the stairs.
“Good thing we got a car with four-wheel drive,” my mom said as my dad eased on the gas pedal to inch our rental car up a gravel path.
There’s nothing like a warm (alcoholic) drink on a chilly fall evening.
I’ll admit that even after years of experience in journalism, I’m still not quite sure how to handle asking someone questions while they’re working or seem busy.
Junior communication design major Brea Frey was able to buy her first letterpress machine for a steal.
The first thing that every student who walks through the doors notices is how hot it is. It's one of the first days in Oxford that truly feels like spring. But the warm, humid air gets trapped in the studio, making it feel more like summer inside.