Fast fashion is killing a lot of things: the environment, our bank accounts and individual expression.
Tagalongs, Thin Mints, Samoas, Shortbread. Need I go on? I don’t think I do, because you already know I’m talking about the sensational and seasonal treats that grace our cabinets in the springtime. That’s right; Girl Scout Cookies.
When you hear the phrase “TikTok,” does your mind immediately go to the 2009 hit single by pop star Kesha, or do you picture an endless stream of videos of young people across the world? If you are one of Lizzy Young’s 143.8k TikTok followers, you might say the latter.
Light shines through the stained glass windows and kisses the walls of the St.Vincent de Paul Church in Petaluma, CA. Like luminous lip gloss, it sticks and glistens in adoration. I sat among the molasses brown pews last weekend for the first time since my high school days, when mandatory mass sometimes started the day. Being a non-Catholic in a Catholic high school was an experience that taught me how to skillfully avoid things that made me uncomfortable. Walking through the halls on the first day of freshman year feels awkward enough, but having to walk down the red-carpeted aisle of the church with my arms crossed over my chest to be given a blessing rather than communion in a room full of religious peers — yikes.
The Cobblestone Community Church filled with wise words as lead pastor Andrew Holzworth spread the word of Christ like butter across the warm, crisp morning air of the church at 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 15.
"All gave some, some gave all," David Lawrence, a veteran and Miami University class of '64, said during his speech at the dedication ceremony for Miami's newly constructed Veterans Memorial at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 11, Veterans Day.