Miami’s Farm Provides Local Food, Hands-On Education

Written by Abbey Gingras and Bonnie Meibers First Harvest Beyond Yager Stadium and across Four Mile Creek sits a vacant and dilapidated white farmhouse. Past that, through a scraggly line of trees, are 35 acres of farmland. This is the Miami University Institute for Food. Lauren Wulker pulled up to the farm in her aptly nicknamed… Read More Miami’s Farm Provides Local Food, Hands-On Education

Kanye’s Quest for God and Godhood on the Saint Pablo Tour

By Sam Keeling The air in Columbus’ Schottenstein Center on Sunday night was heavy with artificial smoke that was relentlessly pumping through giant machines for two hours before Kanye West’s concert finally began. The only light in the giant arena — aside from a few thousand phones recording the event — came from a small,… Read More Kanye’s Quest for God and Godhood on the Saint Pablo Tour

Frank Ocean Confronts Change in New Album “Blonde”

By Sam Keeling “Blonde,” Frank Ocean’s triumphant sophomore studio album, is the soundtrack for fall, when the weather is pleasantly cooler than the blistering summers and the leaves change color. It’s a beautiful period where it’s almost impossible not to walk outside in a good mood. Ocean’s sound is similarly pleasing, a gorgeous mix of… Read More Frank Ocean Confronts Change in New Album “Blonde”

Open Wide

By Graham von Carlowitz “Here you go.” “There you are.” “No, thank you.” These were the three-word phrases my brother Jackson and I had been practicing for around 15 minutes at the church entrance. We knew we sounded like perfect children, the ones other children despise. But, since our mother was the chieftain of the… Read More Open Wide