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Father Phillip Tran becomes first full-time priest in UM’s history, hopes to make students see “God in a different way”
Campus Life, Cover, News, Religious Life

Father Phillip Tran becomes first full-time priest in UM’s history, hopes to make students see “God in a different way”

Every year, hundreds of University of Miami alumni visit the Coral Gables campus to reminisce on memories of a place they once called home. For one UM alumnus, walking through campus, the same place nine years ago he called his home, is now part of his job. Father Phillip Tran, a 2008 graduate, has become…

Malik Rosier named Hurricanes starting quarterback
Cover, Football, Sports

Malik Rosier named Hurricanes starting quarterback

Miami’s biggest question mark this fall has been answered. Coach Mark Richt announced Tuesday morning that redshirt junior Malik Rosier will start at quarterback for the Hurricanes in their season opener against Bethune-Cookman on Sept. 2. “Focus, discipline and accuracy,” Richt said on what separated Rosier from the rest of the pack. “He stood out…

Canes start season strong with sweep of Rutgers
Baseball, Sports

Canes start season strong with sweep of Rutgers

Spring is almost here, but the Miami Hurricanes are bringing the heat early. With a new ball and plenty of new faces, they made a statement by sweeping the Rutgers Scarlet Knights to open the season. Freshman outfielder Carl Chester was given the leadoff position in the batting order. Other freshmen to see action included…

Road games challenge Canes
Basketball, Sports

Road games challenge Canes

This week, with the Hurricanes men’s basketball team back in the top 25, the Lady Canes are also gaining momentum, receiving votes in the USA Today coaches poll for the third week in a row. The votes place the Canes in the top 35 in the NCAA. “We got a lot of young kids out…

Women’s basketball season kicks off with six new members
Basketball, Sports

Women’s basketball season kicks off with six new members

Head Coach Katie Meier is ready to build on the positives from last season while welcoming six new faces to the Miami Hurricanes women’s basketball team. The Canes added four freshmen to the roster: Laura Quevedo from Madrid, Spain; Keyanna Harris from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida; Khalia Prather from Baltimore, Maryland; and Erykah Davenport from…

Teams place last at season close
Cross Country/Track and Field, Sports

Teams place last at season close

The Hurricanes cross country teams wrapped up the regular season in this weekend’s meet. The men and women’s teams placed last in their respective races at the ACC Championships held in Charlottesville, Virginia. In the men’s eight-kilometer race, senior Douglas Dourado finished first for the Hurricanes with a time of 26:09.9. A total of five…

Freshman women’s tennis player shines in Bedford Cup
Sports, Tennis

Freshman women’s tennis player shines in Bedford Cup

The Miami Hurricanes women’s tennis team played at the Bedford Cup hosted by the University of North Florida this past weekend. Freshman Sinead Lohan was the star of the tournament, winning the Flight 1 singles bracket. For the victory, the native of Ireland beat Florida’s Peggy Porter 6-2, 6-4 on Sunday. To get there, Lohan beat…

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Live the high life with rock climbers

Florida isn’t exactly known for its rocky terrain, but the University of Miami has a well-established rock climbing club. Senior Drew Hughes, the club president, has been involved with the club since high school. “I am a commuter student so this was a great way to branch out and meet new people,” he said. Hughes…

Miami falls to FSU in front of 73,000 fans
Football, Sports

Miami falls to FSU in front of 73,000 fans

Despite an energetic opening, the Hurricanes fell 33-20 to the Seminoles Saturday night in their homecoming game. The Canes (4-4, 3-2) got off to a 10-0 lead in the first quarter, but failed to keep up with the slew of talented players on the No.11 ranked Florida State Seminoles (7-1, 4-1).

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