You may have heard of “Taxicab Confessions,” an HBO documentary series in which taxi drivers speak candidly with passengers. But what about Oxford Uber Experiences? Uber driver Michelle Shad has given 2,250 Uber rides, driving more than 8,000 students around Oxford in the last seven months, and she has stories to tell.
In the age of apps and cell phones, we can send a text in a second and see faces from thousands of miles away with the tap of a touchscreen. We can even get from point A to point B with the use of an app.
Christian Johnson Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org Oxford, Mississippi, with a population of 20,865, is a crowded city year round, but during the school year, another 21,260 students pack into the small town and drive […]
Anders Culiner Oxford Stories email@example.com Oxford residents are experimenting with Uber as an alternative mode of transportation, and the company is providing many job opportunities for University of Mississippi students. UM senior […]
By Collin Rivera Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org Uber was founded in San Francisco by a University of California dropout in 2009. Now, it is in more than 450 cities and 70 countries, and […]
Amanda Haley As Oxford rapidly changes, so do transportation options. In July, Uber – a semi-new technology based company that connects drivers with passengers using an online app that you can access […]
Kasey Cohan email@example.com The University Police Department has reported that, on Sept. 11, a female student got into an unmarked vehicle that she believed was a taxi. She said she was held […]