By: Allison Forsythe On Saturday, Nov. 9, the oldest green organization on campus, Green Oxford, made a great leap for all green organizations into the uptown Oxford bars. Green Oxford hosted an event called BEAT the WASTE at Brick Street Bar and Grill’s famous Beat daytime hours. Although Beat is known for its weekend deals … More BEAT the WASTE

Farmer’s Market Uptown

Folk music played in background as students, families, and neighbors came together to enjoy the homegrown foods and unique merchandise offered by local farmers. Every Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. the city of Oxford hosts a farmers market for the community. The market boasts numerous fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade candles, live music, … More Farmer’s Market Uptown

EarthFest 2014 won’t disappoint

Have you ever seen a bicycle-powered slushy machine? You might want to attend Oxford’s annual EarthFest celebration in the Oxford Uptown Park Saturday, April 26th, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The President of Miami University’s chapter of the National Association for Environmental Professionals Anna Ginsky has planned this year’s festivities. She believes the bicycle-powered … More EarthFest 2014 won’t disappoint

Miami Starbucks’ “We Proudly Serve” Program Fails to Serve the Environment

Starbucks Coffee Company corporate stores continue to take steps toward reducing their environmental footprint, while their “We Proudly Serve” program is lagging behind. All locations on Miami University’s campus that sell Starbucks coffee are part of the “We Proudly Serve” program, where businesses or organizations can apply to buy coffee beans directly from the Starbucks … More Miami Starbucks’ “We Proudly Serve” Program Fails to Serve the Environment