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Kamara (pictured right) became the first female black student body president at Miami this spring, how has she adjusted to the pandemic?

Jannie Kamara: Manifesting Mindset

Jannie Kamara has been working toward turning her dreams into realities since the minute she stepped on campus.  Kamara, a junior studying diversity and leadership and black world studies, is fully committed to pursuing her newly-elected role as Student Body President and working alongside her executive board and cabinet in the fall.

The silver lining of remote living

 In the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic, many are left wondering what’s going to happen next. However, some in the Oxford community have decided to take a different route. Spreading smiles instead of germs, Miami University students are using this pandemic as an opportunity to be creative and look into different hobbies for the remainder of the remote semester. 

The land of Milk + Honey: Miami students’ sustainable side hustle

From black velvet polka dot tops to cream sweaters and oversized cardigans, Milk + Honey’s Instagram feed is full to the brim with trendy clothing options.  This thrift store’s Instagram-friendly aesthetic was born last summer as a side hustle, created by co-owners Jaque Owens and Hailey Thies — both Miami University students.