Every time I go to the Walmart in Oxford, I see at least five people without masks. Most of them give me looks, as if I’m the one who’s doing something wrong for wearing one.
The legacy I want to leave at Miami is motivating and empowering our community to actively fight for respect and be critical of our purpose.
But if you’re currently reading this letter in a print edition of The Student, all hope is not lost.
It often feels like I’m screaming into the void.
Faculty are increasingly concerned that expansions of academic workloads resulting from the pandemic are not just emergency measures, but permanent changes
But it meant everything to him, which is why it meant something to me.
Here at The Student, we are deeply invested in the future of this university. If we did not care about it, we would have given up our work a long time ago.
The OU v. Miami rivalry that I had known about and participated in for the grand majority of my life, is completely one sided. Like … embarrassingly one sided.