“Other” Miami: Students Who Fall Outside Religious Norms

Written by Phoebe Myers In 2013, Miami University surveyed the incoming freshman class about their religious preferences. The overwhelming majority of students identified as Roman Catholics, at 34.9 percent, with other Christian religions filling in close behind. There were small percentages for Buddhism, Hinduism and Judaism, leaving one tiny yet enticing slice of the pie… Read More “Other” Miami: Students Who Fall Outside Religious Norms

Trabajadora

Written by Angela Hatcher Today, the line is especially slow in Boulangerie to “build your own salad.” I wait patiently, staring absentmindedly at my scuffed up shoes, but my solace is interrupted by a cackle. The girls in front of me are giggling and pointing to the salad bar with long, manicured fingers. I glance… Read More Trabajadora

The Trinity

Written by Angela Hatcher She kept stumbling. Her feet didn’t seem to function properly in those red stilletos; she looked like a baby giraffe learning how to walk for the first time. Combine that with two trashcans, three shots of vodka, and a screwdriver–high heels were beginning to look like a bad choice. For every… Read More The Trinity

Horse Sense: Miami Equestrian Works to Balance School with Riding

Written by Laura Fitzgerald In a quiet arena, 1100 pounds of muscle and flesh sailed through the air. First-year Sage Crandall sat on the animal’s back in a perfect marriage of horse and rider. “One more time!” first-year Sage Crandall yelled. Sage and her horse Excel, an off-the-track Thoroughbred, leapt over a set of five… Read More Horse Sense: Miami Equestrian Works to Balance School with Riding