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BEWARE OF THE CROC: Reports of crocodile and alligator sightings around Lake Osceola have been on the rise since The Miami Hurricane printed an article about an endangered American crocodile that had been sighted along the lake earlier this year. Over the summer, several alligators and crocodiles made their way into Lake Osceola via the Coral Gables waterways. The administration put up the signs in order to help prevent a possible attack by one of the cold-blooded flesh-eating reptiles.

COMFY SNACKING: Students and faculty are already taking advantage of the new covered tables around the Rat that were incorporated to hold dozens more customers while offering a comfortable lakeside view.

PRETTY PATIOS: Beautification projects have been in the works all around campus, ranging from the new patio by the Memorial Building to the new smoking patios by the lake. Students can stop and smell the flowers on their way to class or socialize with the smokers on their way home.

August 28, 2003

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