Stephanie Parra

Deck the dorms
Edge

Deck the dorms

There’s no time like the present to get into the holiday spirit. With only 35 days left until Christmas break – and fewer days left in the fall semester – it’s time to break out the dorm decorations and bring in the yuletide glee. So deck your halls with boughs of holly before it’s time…

Create a costume
Edge

Create a costume

Halloween is fast-approaching, and most people have their costumes and plans set. But if you’re one of the few who still hasn’t decided what they’re going to dress up as this year, you might be stressing. Here are some easy and cheap costume ideas for the unprepared trick-or-treater. 1. Minions: Loved the minions from “Despicable Me?”…

Miami-born DJ Steve Aoki to drop beats at LIV Nightclub
Edge, Music

Miami-born DJ Steve Aoki to drop beats at LIV Nightclub

Steve Aoki is returning to LIV Nightclub on South Beach. Aoki, who recently released a new track and has plans to drop a new album next year, will be mixing tracks alongside Waka Flocka and AutoErotique. His stop at LIV is part of his Aokify America Tour, which is set to finish in Vancouver, Canada,…

JT, Mackie break bank in ‘Runner Runner’
Edge, Movies

JT, Mackie break bank in ‘Runner Runner’

It seems like releasing two top-selling albums and touring several countries in just one year wasn’t enough work for Justin Timberlake. The singer now also stars alongside Ben Affleck in the drama thriller “Runner Runner.” The film centers on Timberlake’s character, Richie Furst, a Princeton student who plays online poker to pay for his tuition….

Keep WVUM and TMH strong by voting
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Keep WVUM and TMH strong by voting

On Monday, WVUM and The Miami Hurricane are asking you to vote for us. We are asking you to vote yes to raise our student activity fee by $6. Three dollars of that total will be allocated to help TMH continue publishing on a semi-weekly basis and assist us to keep producing our award-winning publication….

‘Suntan U’ reputation casts long shadow
News

‘Suntan U’ reputation casts long shadow

  Tucked away in bound books and dusty magazines, within the corners of Richter Library, exists a school whose history consists of excessive sunscreen, a younger drinking age and an unrecognizable Miami. Before the University of Miami was dubbed a top-50 institution by U.S. News & World Report, it was known for its unwanted reputation…

Nearby Bimini Islands are hidden treasures
Edge

Nearby Bimini Islands are hidden treasures

Cyan-blue waters, smooth sands and sunny days make up the Bimini Islands of the Bahamas. Located approximately 53 miles east of Miami, the chain of islands provide fishing, snorkeling and diving aficionados a special taste of the Caribbean environment. With such great vacation spots so close to home, it’s almost impossible to not find a…

Saturday’s win brings fans to tears
Opinion

Saturday’s win brings fans to tears

I remember the day my acceptance letter arrived in the mail. I was too nervous to open the envelope, so I handed it to my younger brother so he could read it and tell me the news. I was in. I’ll never forget how we reacted. We jumped up and down and giggled a la Patrick…

UM football implements NFL policies
Football, Sports

UM football implements NFL policies

In lieu of printed ticket slips, the UM student ticketing policy will be switching back to Cane Cards. Students are still required to log on to Canestix.com and register for each game. “Basically, you go on Canestix.com, and that’s where all students can get their tickets,” said Connie Nickel, assistant director of recreational sports and…

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Whitely wins national student affairs recognition

Sixteen years ago, Vice President for Student Affairs Pat Whitely stood before a crowd in Chicago. At the time, William Butler was accepting NASPA’s (the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education) 1997 Scott Goodnight Award for Outstanding Performance as a dean. Whitely remembers the day Butler received the recognition. He was already retiring, and Whitely…

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Sebastian the Ibis sees changes, carries on tradition

During fall 1926, the first freshman class flocked to a fledgling University of Miami – a small campus that barely survived a major Category 4 hurricane a few days earlier. Despite the school’s initial struggles, including mounting financial issues, UM survived. Today, the school ranks among the leading private universities in the nation. Throughout the…

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