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Freshman Bojan Jankulovski nails the return in a a match against No. 1 Wake Forest March 23 at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center. Jankulovski won both his doubles and singles matches, but Miami fell in a narrow 4-3 loss for its first home defeat of the season. Hunter Crenian // Photo & Visuals Editor

Macedonian freshman builds on his prestige in US

Bojan Jankulovski could recite the capital of every European country by the time he was three. Just a few years later, his tennis skills would be taking him to some of those European cities. Now he is at UM and getting used to living in the United States, but that hasn't seemed to affect his mastery at all. 
In other news...

Sometimes student journalism can feel like yelling into a vacuum. The student journalists at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are changing that. They are telling their own stories without shame, and pressing on despite the pain and loss they have endured. We thank them

It's that time in the semester when everyone looks stressed out. So how do we keep healthy relationships when we're caffeine-fueled monsters? V says make the time for that special someone. If you've been ditching your friends and loved ones in favor of working nonstop, you may be doing more harm than good, writes our columnist. 


#Blessed. It was pretty exciting to see superstar rapper Drake moving about campus a few weeks ago. But it may have been more exciting still to find little bins filled with pads and tampons in some bathrooms around campus this week. SG is test-driving a new initiative to place drawers with emergency sanitary pads and tampons in all the women's restrooms. 

The investigation into UM's chapter of Delta Gamma women's fraternity is over. Disciplinary charges have been filed against at least one member of the organization for hazing and the whole chapter has been kicked off campus until at least 2021. The Greek Life community is grappling with how to move forward without DG, which was an engine for much Greek social life at UM. 
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