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Parkland survivors tackle activism, guns, politics

Hundreds of people filed through a pair of metal detectors into Hall Auditorium last night, entering a venue peppered with about a dozen armed officers, in what University Lecture Series organizers described as one of the most secure events Hall has ever hosted.


She's got options on Valentine's Day

Here is what you should know before you swipe right on Athena Scalzi: she's a creative writing major, a Capricorn, left-handed, thicker "than a bowl of oatmeal" and a "bit of a nihilist," according to her Tinder profile.


Pets of Oxford: Kroger Kitty beats FIV

Last April, my sister Tasha went to Kroger to get some groceries and came home with a kitten instead. She said a woman was standing outside the store with a box of kittens and by the time my sister got there only one was left. How could she not take him home?


Student organizations get back into the swing this spring

Miami's winter break is long, longer than the breaks most major universities in Ohio give. As the days of the month-and-a-half long holiday tick by, it's easy to settle into new routines at home or abroad. Whether engaged in arctic activities, relaxing by a roaring fire or jetting off to various locales around the world, many Miamians leave Oxford mentally as well as physically for six weeks.

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