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"The Cloisters" by Katy Hays is a perfect addition to the world of dark academia literature.
ENTERTAINMENT

In ‘The Cloisters,’ dark academia gets darker

This fall, as I settled into a routine that mostly involved going to class and then burrowing into my bed for several hours, I began to crave a sense of this adventure. Then, Atria Books (a Simon & Schuster imprint) sent me an advanced reader copy of “The Cloisters,” Katy Hays’ debut novel, and I found exactly what I was looking for. 



Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium on the day of The Bahamas Bowl
SPORTS

RedHawks lose Bahamas Bowl in heartbreaking fashion

The Bahamas bowl, the first game of the 2022 bowl season, was incredibly entertaining. Miami’s defense had a great first half, but couldn’t do much to stop UAB in the second. The Miami offense wasn’t great, but it was two yards or a couple of made kicks short of good enough. 










Featured front and center on Food editor Ames Radwan's plate at The Miami Student's Friendsgiving event, chicken-fried mushrooms are vegetarian, despite the name.
FOOD

‘The Weekly Veg:’ Chicken-fried mushrooms with pepper gravy

Some people are mushroom-haters, and that’s okay. But I’m proud to say that this recipe, a Carla Hall original in collaboration with plant-based brand Califia, turned at least a few of the more anti-fungi The Miami Student staff members into, at the very least, tolerators of the ‘shroom.  









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