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Maggie Peña

Maggie is an Asst. Campus & Community Editor and Asst. Entertainment Editor. 

As a writing scholar, Maggie found a home in the newsroom during her freshman year. Maggie is a journalism and American studies double major with a film minor, and hopes to continue her writing career in the entertainment and culture fields. 

In addition to writing for the food, entertainment and campus & community sections, Maggie is the Vice President of Choraliers (treble choir) and a member of the service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega. 

In her free time, Maggie loves to spend time with her family, go to the movie theater and bake delicious treats. 

Anna Simile said her study abroad experience has been everything she could ask for and more. 

Study abroad enrollment rising

After a rocky two years of falling enrollment and restricted travel, Miami University education in Luxembourg and across the globe is back in full swing. 

Nothing screams midwestern tradition more than watching "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" after trick-or-treating. But in college, the cartoon is only a vessel for nostalgia.

Good grief, I miss Charlie Brown Halloween dates with my mom

Every year, my mom and I would come home after trick-or-treating, and we’d drink hot chocolate while going through my haul to make sure none of the candy was tampered with. But my favorite part of this night was always watching “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.”

Concerts are back, baby. Here’s where to find them

The connection between artist and audience can’t be found online. Even a live streamed concert doesn’t produce the same energy as a concert in a dimly-lit stadium with flashing neon lights and bass notes you can feel through the floor.