Author: Staff Writer

Letter to the Editor: MU College Republicans denounce racist fliers

TO THE EDITOR: Yesterday, racist, hateful and inflammatory fliers were found around our campus. These fliers were adorned with the name and logo of Miami University College Republicans. We will be perfectly clear on this issue: our organization was not involved with these fliers in any way, shape or form. The placement of our logo on these fliers was done illegally and without our knowledge. Without hesitation and through our strongest resolve, Miami University College Republicans condemn the views expressed on these fliers and denounce the practice of dishonestly and maliciously affixing our group’s name to such views. As...

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Ragland carries MU to St. Petersburg Bowl

Coburn Gillies, Assistant Sports Editor The Miami University football team (6-6) is looking to wrap up the 2016 campaign with a victory over Mississippi State University in its first bowl appearance since 2010. This time, the RedHawks will make the trip to St. Petersburg, FL to play in the St. Petersburg Bowl. Returning to postseason play following a six-year hiatus, for any team, is an exciting time. Throw in the opportunity to matchup with a team from the vaunted Southeastern Conference, and the ante is upped even more. “I’m excited about the bowl we’re going to, to be honest....

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What The Student missed about Miami’s choirs

TO THE EDITOR: On the morning of Dec. 6, I was pleasantly surprised to read Kaitlin Peffer’s article “Glee Club, Collegiate Chorale host Winter Concert.” As a member of Collegiate Chorale, it was nice to see the two choirs’ musical efforts recognized in print. While I enjoyed the article’s play-by-play recap of Glee Club’s performance, along with its oddly top-heavy rundown of the choir’s history and fame, I was disappointed by the omission of several details that made this particular winter concert, for lack of a better word, unique. The article does not mention how Dr. Jeremy Jones struggled...

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Pitt and Cotillard breathe life into spy thriller, ‘Allied’

By Kirby Davis, Staff Writer “Allied” is a war and spy film for people who don’t really like war and spy films. It’s the smoothest, glitziest war-torn love story I’ve ever seen, made watchable by Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard’s untouchable chemistry. Pitt plays Max Vatan, a stoic, smart-mouthed Canadian spy who arrives in Casablanca in 1942 to take out the German ambassador at a dinner party. He and French resistance fighter Marianne Beauséjour (Cotillard) masquerade as a Parisian husband and wife to gain the Germans’ trust. Naturally this fabricated love story quickly becomes reality, and the most beautiful...

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Larkin continues family legacy at Miami

Ben Blanchard, Sports Editor In the Larkin household, being a hockey prodigy is more standard than surprising. Miami hockey’s starting goaltender, first-year Ryan Larkin, has followed in the footsteps of his cousins and older brother, hoping to be the next Larkin to have a lasting impact on the hockey world. Ryan’s cousin, Dylan Larkin, is one of the National Hockey League’s brightest young stars. Drafted 15th overall by the Detroit Red Wings in 2014, Dylan was a standout for the University of Michigan in his one and only season with the Wolverines.   After going pro and becoming the...

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