Kramer Elementary students want to put an end to white supremacy, and they have a plan.
Defenseman Grant Hutton often feeds forward Josh Melnick for transitions out of Miami's defensive zone. Melnick may dump the puck and forward Karch Bachman will use his speed to try to make space in the offensive zone. Forward Carson Meyer may then jump off the bench for a line change and, if defenseman Louie Belpedio is pinching, Meyer might find Belpedio in front of the net.
In a game too competitive to be decided in 40 minutes, the men's basketball team hung on in overtime to beat the Wright State Raiders 73-67 in Miami's home opener on Tuesday.
"What is Love and Honor"
The Miami Student hosted its first-ever Oxford City Council debate Wednesday, Oct. 18 in Wilks Theater. Eight of nine candidates vying for four open spots on the city's council lined the stage to answer questions about Oxford's most pressing issues. Attended by community members, faculty and Miami students, the forum brought together many of the community's stakeholders to talk town-gown relations, local business, environmental concerns and more.
Miami's head volleyball coach Carolyn Condit earned her 700th career victory on Saturday evening with a 3-0 win over Eastern Michigan. This came after her 600th win as a RedHawk in a 3-1 win over Central Michigan on Friday evening.
This past weekend, the RedHawks took on the Fighting Irish for the first time since 1909. Though Notre Dame beat Miami handily, students still enjoyed making the trip from Oxford to South Bend to see the match in person. Emily Simanskis, TMS Sports Editor, captured moments from her experience.
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