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Basketball brotherhood fuels team chemistry
Basketball, Sports

Basketball brotherhood fuels team chemistry

Miami basketball has an opportunity to experience its best season in program history. All the pieces are there: an experienced coach, one of the most talented backcourts in the country and the ability to be an explosive offense. But as the No. 11 Hurricanes (2-0), who started their season Nov. 10 with a win against…

Hillary Clinton hurts the Democratic Party
Opinion

Hillary Clinton hurts the Democratic Party

Let me begin by saying that I voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election and would have greatly preferred her over Trump. However, the election is over, and Clinton lost. She seems to have not been able to accept that, as indicated by her latest book “What Happened.” I’ll tell you what happened –…

Canes defense animated for season opener
Football, Sports

Canes defense animated for season opener

The Miami Hurricanes will be without sophomore linebacker Michael Pinckney for the first half of the 2017 season opener against Bethune-Cookman Sept. 2. Pinckney will be serving a suspension for a targeting penalty received in the second half of last season’s Russell Athletic Bowl win against West Virginia. “We’re going to start the game with…

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