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Lexi Whitehead

Lexi is a sophomore journalism and American studies double major from Toledo, OH. She has been writing for The Student since she first came to Miami and is excited to be an assistant editor. She enjoys writing profiles and human-interest stories. In her free time, Lexi likes watching movies and TV and listening to music. Her favorite movie is “Coraline,” and she is currently binging “New Girl” for the second time. In a post-COVID world, she can’t wait for concerts to return. She would love to see Paramore live. On the weekends you can find Lexi studying at Armstrong or getting a bagel Uptown. 

Common App changes aim for inclusivity

Two changes are being made. Beginning in August, the application will ask for “legal sex” instead of “sex” to reduce confusion. Students will also be able to select or type in their pronouns in addition to describing their gender identity.

Hirsch and Khan cover three concepts in the book: sexual projects, sexual geographies and sexual citizenship and how they relate to college students.

‘Sexual Citizens’ comes to Miami

Jennifer Hirsch and Shamus Khan, authors of "Sexual Citizens" a book about sexual assault on college campuses, spoke to about 160 Miami University students, faculty and staff members on Thursday, April 15. 

Learning to dress for me

Around this time last year, like many people, I began experimenting with my self-expression — trying out different styles of clothes, hair and makeup. Stuck in my house with nowhere to go, it was safe and easy to try something new within the walls of my bedroom.