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Miami has a chance in this series against Middle Tennessee State to bounce back after a subpar start to the season
SPORTS

Miami baseball takes midweek loss with series against Middle Tennessee State upcoming

The Miami RedHawks baseball team is searching for their first win(s) of the season as they head down to Murfreesboro, Tennessee, to play the Middle Tennessee State University Blue Raiders. After dropping the series against South Carolina and losing their one-game matchup against the No.23 Indiana University Hoosiers, they’re looking to stabilize their pitching and get the bats going.




Ezra Bourne and his staff posing with the horses they care for. 
NEWS

Behind the Building: Kofenya

At the corner of West High and North Beech Street sits a building with a history of horses, hardware and hot drinks. Kofenya Coffee House, located at 38 West High St., is frequented by Miami University students and professors alike.




Senior staff writer Abbey Elizondo can’t stop thinking about Netflix’s new romance drama, “One Day.”
ENTERTAINMENT

How ‘One Day’ wrecked me

Within days of starting this show, I was telling everyone about how this show is a masterpiece of character study and cinematography. The music matches every year of these characters’ lives. And don’t get me started on the colors — you will blink once and be transported to a whole different mood.  












Senate Speaker Tia Bakshi said multiple committees will review the signatures from this year's student body president nominees.
NEWS

New student body president appointed without election

Will Brinley, a junior marketing major, and Babs Dwyer, a junior sports communication and media major, were announced as student body president-elect and student body vice president-elect respectively on Feb. 20. Brinley and Dwyer were announced before the March election date due to running uncontested.



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