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Ames Radwan

Ames Radwan is a graduating senior and Editor-at-Large of the Opinion and Food sections.

They are incredibly grateful to TMS for having given them an amazing and accepting community of friends and fellow writers, a newfound love for food writing that will extend beyond their college years, an opportunity to stand on their soapbox in the Opinion section for four years and a knowledge that the Oxford comma isn't always right.

TMS has been their home for four years --- and though they're sad to leave, they will always hold the memories of writing with the best student media organization to ever exist close to their heart.

You’ll learn many things over the course of your college career. Ames Radwan listed their top lessons learned while here at Miami University.

My Miami rules

I think it is only right that, like Davis, my last article here be the “rules” I wish I had been told when I first got to Miami — some important things I learned about the world during my time here.

Sophomore architecture major Kahleigh Wiest (left) taste-tested plant-based dishes from a booth run by rootberry personnel on Feb. 22.

Plant-based brand “rootberry” arrives at Miami

Rootberry is an entirely plant-based brand based mostly out of St. Louis, but its food is sold in various places around Missouri, Illinois and Wisconsin. With their recent arrival to Oxford, Miami University has officially become their first Ohio location. 

Food editor Ames Radwan has always been a messy eater!

Eating your own way

Everyone eats differently. That’s the whole point of eating — it’s like life itself. If everyone lived life the exact same way, it would be pretty boring, wouldn’t it? 

Storms, Sea Monsters, and Sustenance: Sensational Seattle

  There’s something about Seattle that just always calls to me. Maybe it’s the constantly gray, cloudy sky with a near-permanent haze of rain — my favorite kind of weather. Maybe it’s the industrial city style or the progressive, modern vibe. Maybe it’s just the perfect humidity level in the air that ensures that my curls can never have a bad hair day there. 

Despite looking like regular mac and cheese, this Daiya Cheddar Mac & Cheeze is not only vegan, but also gluten-free --- and delicious!

The voyage of Veganuary

When a friend of mine first brought up going vegan for January back in the fall exam week, I decided to take the plunge and say yes. This is how my Veganuary went...