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Venezuela: State of the Crisis When: 7 p.m Mon., Nov. 13 Where: Grand Ballroom East of Shalala Student Center The University of Miami’s Venezuelan Student Association, UM’s Department of Latin American Studies and UM’s Institute for the Advanced Study of the Americas are hosting a panel discussion about the crisis in Venezuela. Panel members will…

International students reflect on America’s gun violence, its effect on experience in country
Community, National News, News

International students reflect on America’s gun violence, its effect on experience in country

For international students, culture shock can mean a lot of things – a different language, unique social habits and an unfamiliar environment – but increasingly, part of coming to the United States is making sense of the reality of gun violence in this country. Regina Sánchez-Jiménez, an exchange student from Spain, said her friends and…

News briefs: week of 10/31
Campus Life, News

News briefs: week of 10/31

International Games Week When: 11:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 4 Where: Shalala Student Center, third floor The UM Game Committee is hosting its second International Games Week celebration. The event will feature local and student game developers, and will include video, tabletop and card games provided by the University of Miami libraries’ game collection….

Canes volleyball stays undefeated with 3-2 win over Virginia, 3-1 win over Notre Dame
Sports, Volleyball

Canes volleyball stays undefeated with 3-2 win over Virginia, 3-1 win over Notre Dame

Hurricanes volleyball defeated the Virginia Cavaliers 3-2 in a heart-pounding, five-set match (20-25, 25-21, 25-17, 23-25, 15-11) on Sunday, Sept. 24, to remain the only undefeated team left in the ACC. Led by 21 kills from senior outside hitter Olga Strantzali and a match-high 43 assists from redshirt junior setter Haley Templeton, Miami overcame issues…

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