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POLL: What do you consider the biggest mystery at UM?
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POLL: What do you consider the biggest mystery at UM?

What do you consider the biggest mystery at UM? Who will be named Shalala's successor (32%, 64 Votes) Iron Arrow (26%, 51 Votes) The meat in the dining hall (22%, 43 Votes) The students underneath the Sebastian costume (17%, 34 Votes) Greek Life (3%, 6 Votes) Total Voters: 198 Polls Archive  Loading ...
Extend yourself beyond cultural boundaries
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Extend yourself beyond cultural boundaries

Next week, the UC Patio will showcase a variety of cultural celebrations for International Week, an annual event hosted by the Council of International Students and Organizations (COISO). International Week, or I-Week, is one of many university-sponsored programs that encourage multicultural exposure on campus. I-Week will bring students together to the patio with lively music,…

Connect Student Government, constituents
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Connect Student Government, constituents

Last week, Student Government (SG) launched the #FindYourSenator campaign, which encouraged students to find SG representatives wearing signs around campus and post selfies with them on social media for a chance to win prizes. The campaign was a SG’s part to make its presence more visible to students. Oftentimes, it can seem like the role…

Cultural curiosity enriching, not offensive
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Cultural curiosity enriching, not offensive

The University of Miami student body is a mosaic of nationalities, faiths and life experiences. While the diversity can be enriching, it can also be intimidating to face for students coming from more homogeneous backgrounds. Intuitively, we feel comfortable being around people who appear to look and think like ourselves. It requires deliberate effort to…

Define your own college experience
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Define your own college experience

Time and time again, we are told that college will be the “best four years” of our lives. It is the only time that we will be able to live and learn with those both so alike and so different from ourselves in an environment that is bent on feeding us opportunity. The University of…

POLL: Who is your favorite “Game of Thrones” character?
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POLL: Who is your favorite “Game of Thrones” character?

Season five of “Game of Thrones” premieres April 12, but the University of Miami will get a sneak peek. On Thursday, March 26, students can watch a pre-screening of the fifth season’s first episode at the Cosford Cinema. Doors will open at 6 p.m., and students will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis. This event…

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