Madeline is a senior from Frankfort, IL, majoring in history and sociology. She has written about a wide variety of topics during her three years at TMS, but she primarily focuses on ASG, academics and the history of Miami.
Additionally, Madeline is the editor of the food section.
Outside of TMS, Madeline is an RA, a pledge trainer for Alpha Phi Omega, the secretary of Adopt-A-School and a research fellow for the Humanities Center (yes, she’s exhausted).
When she can find a sliver of free time, Madeline enjoys watching baseball (go Sox!), thrifting and going on long, aimless drives with friends.
After she graduates from Miami, she hopes to attend law school and become some sort of human rights attorney.
To leave feedback or pitch a story, you can contact Madeline at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Given that I spent the vast majority of Valentine’s Days as a single woman, I never cared for the holiday much. It’s hard to be enthusiastic about a day where you’re constantly reminded of how lonely you are. Before I went to college, though, I did always have one part of the holiday to look forward to: the candy my mom would buy me.
The contrast between the crunchy breading and the gooey melted cheese in a good mozzarella stick is a truly unrivaled experience. Sure, they’re bad for you (especially when cheese gives you debilitating stomach cramps), but unlike most other foods, they’re worth the calories.
According to a Jan. 12 email sent to the Miami University community from the COVID Response Team, on-campus students will be required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test before moving back into their residence halls.
Residents of Miami University’s Hillcrest Hall were cleared to return to their rooms at 10:42 a.m. on Nov. 19 after they were evacuated yesterday and required to spend the night in temporary housing due to a carbon monoxide leak.
Pickle and Pig, which opened at 77 S. Main Street on Nov. 9, gives customers the opportunity to experience Prohibition.