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Evan Stefanik

The 2024 Grammys were full of excitement and surprises.

The Grammys awarded our wildest dreams

But even on the loudest, most musical night of the year, everybody tuned in and listened to the times Swift spoke — and once again, the queen of surprises ruled the Grammys in a way that nobody would ever expect.

This year combined crazy, concert-esque style with casual, comfy clothes.

A look back at this year’s best looks

Toward the end of every year, it’s best to check our old laundry, mood boards and closets to remind ourselves of what our fashion means to us. Whether we always knew it or not, dazzling in 2023 involved reflecting our past.

The drive has received some beautiful scarves so far.

Handmake hats and scarves for American heroes through Oct. 25

Miami University students and faculty who love to crochet and knit — or want to learn how — can gift their DIY hats and scarves to active members of the military, veterans and first responders. Working with the nationwide philanthropy Operation Gratitude, Miami’s Service+ program welcomes donations at Old Manse through Oct. 25.

A Goodwill employee surveils her aisle.

Live for the thrift of it all

Thrifting thrives in all forms – so Miami University students should seize the chance to dress themselves up at their neighborhood Goodwill, before someone else snatches the most unforgettable item.