Sophomore Lily Davidson was relieved to learn that the boy who had harassed her at The Woods over the weekend of Sept. 14 has a feminist laptop sticker, and therefore must be a friend to women everywhere.
A Miami student was delighted to see how "real" the women were in "Oppressione," a 1945 film set in Fascist Italy, after his film studies class screened the film on Monday. Malcolm Tedders, a sophomore political science and history double major, was excited to tell his classmates how much he enjoyed the female characters.
As the sun sets on the calm Oxford skyline, employees at Brick Street Bar and Grill pull down their pants to begin their new "pre-pee" service, designed to make their customers feel more comfortable.
For Doug and Kathy Jenkins, thinking of what they love about each other is simple.
The opening chords of David Bowie's "Rebel Rebel" blared, and audience chatter quickly dissolved into thunderous applause as comedian John Mulaney leapt onto the stage of Procter and Gamble Hall in Cincinnati.
Trevor Noah heard screams of excitement and joy as he walked out onto the stage at his nearly sold-out performance in Millett Hall on Saturday evening. As part of Miami University's annual Family Weekend, students and parents alike waited anxiously to see the young comedian, who has become a household name since his immigration to the United States in 2011.