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A student speaks with Abel Stose, chief of police of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma, whose visit to Oxford was sponsored by the Menard Center.

The Menard Center: A place to flourish civically and intellectually

High school teenagers gather in a circle, engaged in passionate discussions of contemporary politics. Six college students work with a nonprofit to provide aid for displaced refugees. Another student assists a summer camp for homeless children, and another creates a documentary about the importance of public libraries.

Scarlet and other service dogs with Paws for a Cause have a new place to play.

Park brings furry friends in service dog form

Mouth open, tongue out, Scarlet raced to catch the ball as it rolled in the grass. Once retrieved, she rushed back to her handler Taylor Neff who held out her hand with a smile. Neff tossed the ball again and off went Scarlet. Without a leash, she was free to run across the entire field.