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Every Thursday at 6:30 p.m., the members of Chromatic Crew gather at Joe Atkinson's house in Cincinnati for band practice.
Sophomore theatre major Randall Kraujalis went to his first drag show with a friend when he was 17 years old. He loved that it combined several different aspects of performing -- hair, makeup, costumes -- into one unique experience.
Taylor McSwain and Andre Karsten have known each other since elementary school.
When Cloie Dobias was a toddler, she would reach up and bang on the keys of her family's 1936 Steinway piano. The piano was only one of around eight of its kind, and had been passed down through her family.
Junior Bea Newberry first heard about The Body Project from her first-year resident director in Scott Hall.
When I was 9 years old, I dressed up as Nancy Drew for Halloween.
"Ok, here's what I'm thinking," Emma said to Justin while they waited at the end of the line to get decorations.
Last April, junior Austin Lamewona's idea for a musical, one he came up with as a junior in high school, was realized when "Octets" completed a four-show run in Studio 88.
"As dean, I have banned the term 'starving artist.' We don't say it here! It's not allowed!"
After two cancellations due to inclement weather, Miami University Student Activities revised Mega Fair to take place over three days last week inside Armstrong Student Center. Each day was dedicated to different club categories, such as career and professional development, fine arts/performance and special interest.
Growing up, Irish step dancing was a staple in my elementary and middle school talent shows. Every year, there would be at least one girl wearing a wig with tight red ringlet curls, a green dress with a Celtic pattern and black shoes with white knee-high socks.
Dr. Chris Tanner pulled his pair of drumsticks from his back pocket and clicked them together to silence the cacophony in room seven in the basement of Presser Hall.
A mom, dad and daughter slide into the backseat of Jake Davis's silver Infiniti, parked in the small circular drive in front of MIA Uptown. Their bag of leftovers fills the sedan with the smell of Italian food.
Beginning this fall, students who have earned an undergraduate degree can pursue Miami's Social Entrepreneurship & Aging Graduate Certificate (SEA), a collaboration among the Department of Sociology and Gerontology, the Scripps Gerontology Center and the Farmer School of Business Institute for Entrepreneurship.
For Gaby Fleming, move-in day came a bit later than the rest of the incoming freshmen.
Quiet hours have long since fallen upon Emerson Hall. The door to room 53 swings open slowly and out walks freshman Will Geers.