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Ling inspires students to take action, change the world
Campus Life, News

Ling inspires students to take action, change the world

Students, faculty and community members took their seats in the BankUnited Center Fieldhouse Monday to hear from acclaimed journalist Lisa Ling. Ling came to UM as part of Fall Convocation, in a speech entitled, “Open Heart, Open Mind.” She shared stories of her encounters with people of different cultures and backgrounds, all the while connecting…

Opinion

Metrorail needs to improve signage

The Disney World Resort monorail has 12 different train lines. The Miami Metrorail has two. The Miami Metrorail might be your most affordable option in traveling to Miami International Airport, but only if you’re on the right train. Prior to the inauguration of the Orange Line, the singular Green Line spanned 24.4 miles and provided…

Greek Life, News

Panhellenic Association grows in numbers, popularity

Freshman Lauren Friedman was one of more than 500 girls that signed up for sorority recruitment this spring, after a semester of Panhellenic marketing material reading, “nothing you expected, but everything you were looking for.” “I was very overwhelmed by the number of girls rushing and was afraid that I would get dropped because there…

Community, News

Camp Kesem empowers campers, counselors

Senior Brielle Buckler was 17 years old when her father was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. “It was so rare that Google turned up no results,” she said. Buckler remembers how Camp Kesem helped her cope with her father’s condition at a time when she didn’t know who to turn to or where…

Ibis Ride could add additional stop for UV residents
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Ibis Ride could add additional stop for UV residents

The “Thirsty Thursday” trip to Coconut Grove on the Ibis Ride may soon be making a new stop at the University Village. A service offered by the Department of Student Affairs, the Dean of Students Office and Pier 21, Ibis Ride provides free transportation to and from the Grove on Thursday and Friday nights from…

News

Campus remembers 9/11 as anniversary nears

On May 1, 2011 at 11:35 p.m., students across America joined the nation in waiting for an address from President Barack Obama on the status of Operation Neptune Spear, the mission that killed Osama bin Laden. It was another moment that united the nation. Meanwhile, Patricia Whitely, vice president for student affairs, watched the speech…

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