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News Briefs 11/10

DIVERSITY WEEK From Monday to Saturday, the Unity Roundtable and the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) will host UM’s first ever Diversity Week. The events will focus on the theme, “We are all the same in the fact that we’re different,” and will include a student cultural talent showcase, a diversity leadership retreat and…

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News Briefs 11/7

AIRPORT SHUTTLE For Thanksgiving or winter break, take the HurryCane shuttle from the Coral Gables campus to Miami International Airport or to Ft. Lauderdale International Airport. It costs $10 to take the shuttle to the Miami International Airport and $20 to take the shuttle to the Ft. Lauderdale International Airport. Shuttles must be reserved via…

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Student memories of the Rathskellar

“When I was a freshman in 2009, our first football game was against FSU at FSU. So the Rat was hosting a tailgate for the game, which we won. This was the first time I really spent time at the Rat and I realized what RAB did. This game tailgate is what got me interested…

Opinion

Goodbye Shannon

The orange and green jerseys that had once carried a connotation of dominance now look more like clown suits, highlighting all the faults of this team. For a program that has built itself on intensity, under Shannon they seemed to be neutered of any form of exuberance.

Opinion

Cyber-bullying is unacceptable

After his intimate encounter circulated all over the Internet, Rutgers freshman Tyler Clementi jumped from the George Washington Bridge into the Hudson River two weeks ago. Clementi’s roommate used a camera to stream Tyler’s personal moment with another guy live on the Internet. His roommate tweeted, “Roommate asked for the room till midnight. I went…

Opinion

Speak Up 8/23

What is the craziest thing you did this summer? Junior Ali Grana: “Sky diving in Switzerland!” Sophomore Nicole Spiteri: “Ventriloquist Camp.” Junior Jaymes Gardzinski: “Crowd surfing at Lollapalooza!” Sophomore Dan Ward: “Traveled through Europe.” *Compiled by Paul Bousquet

Opinion

Speak Up 4/29

What is the best part about working for The Miami Hurricane? News Editor Ramon Galiana: “Incredibly stressful and chaotic. It sucks at first, but at the end of the day it is incredibly rewarding and we do a lot of good for the U.” Photo Editor Brittney Bomnin: “I get confused with Pam from the…

Opinion

Speak Up

What class are you looking forward to next semester? Sophomore Diego Donna: “ART210, Intro. to Photography.” Junior Stephen Heinrich: “I’m not looking forward to any classes next semester.” Freshman Paul Bousquet: “BSL460, Healthcare Law and Ethics.” Junior Talgat Kurbayev: “Thermodynamics I.”

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