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Shalala: ‘Racism is everyone’s problem’
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Shalala: ‘Racism is everyone’s problem’

Following a “study-in” demonstration held at Richter Library Wednesday during finals week, UM President Donna E. Shalala sent out a university-wide Dialogue email about racism Friday morning. In her email to the UM community, Shalala wrote the following: “Racism is everyone’s problem. Right now, as a nation and as a campus community, we must face this painful…

Black Lives Matter protest sparks conversation about on-campus racism
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Black Lives Matter protest sparks conversation about on-campus racism

The Black Lives Matter rally held Wednesday has sparked an online conversation about racial issues on campus, involving the University of Miami’s Black student population, opponents of the protestors and even President Donna E. Shalala. The demonstration included a ‘die-in,’ in which students dropped to the ground in unison to represent lives lost to police brutality, and a…

TweetUp: What’s your favorite memory of a UM-FSU game?
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TweetUp: What’s your favorite memory of a UM-FSU game?

@MiamiHurricane wide left, wide right..#FSUpset — MoOse (@3_Blind_Moose) November 12, 2014 @MiamiHurricane Freshman year in Tally we won 38-34 on a 7 play goal line stand. One of the best games I have ever been to. #FSUpset — Doug Agui (@DougLife7) November 12, 2014 @MiamiHurricane 2003 sean taylor 2 ints 1 for a td in…

UM vs. FSU: Tailgate Edition
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UM vs. FSU: Tailgate Edition

Few things in this world invoke the same types of feelings that tailgates do. However, each school seems to have its own identity. This week we take you to Tallahassee, Florida, where the guys are frat stars and the girls just love their cowboy boots. But this post wouldn’t be complete without a look at…

6 must-see movies for your Halloween marathon
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6 must-see movies for your Halloween marathon

Halloween is a great time for punny costumes, excess candy consumption and, most importantly, pumpkin spice lattes. But in all the rush and excitement to find the perfect Pinterest-worthy decorations for the ultimate Halloween party, we’ve forgotten one of the best parts of this spooky holiday—the movies! Halloween movies are the greatest. From horror to hysterical, from…

This is Halloween: 13 tips to celebrate the spooktacular holiday
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This is Halloween: 13 tips to celebrate the spooktacular holiday

If you’re looking for a spooktacular way to get into the Halloween spirit, then read on for 13 delightfully ghoulish tips.   1. Channel your inner witch or wizard with classic movies like “Halloweentown” and “Hocus Pocus.” 2. Whip up enchanting treats.   3. Convene with some chilling spirits. 4. Decorate your dorm to rival any haunted mansion….

15 things Harry Potter fans (and muggles) need to see in Diagon Alley
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15 things Harry Potter fans (and muggles) need to see in Diagon Alley

What begins as a stroll through an ordinary London street transports muggles and wizards alike into the magical realm that is Diagon Alley. Cobbled streets take visitors past enchanted broomsticks, children casting spells with wands and the furious roar of a fire-breathing dragon. These sights and sounds are the latest additions to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal…

SportsLink: Miami Hurricanes around the Internet
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SportsLink: Miami Hurricanes around the Internet

Sports Editor Courtney Fiorini scoured the web to gather the best of what people are writing about Hurricanes sports online. To no one’s surprise, this resulted in football, football and more football – with a small side of women’s basketball. Here’s a look at the top 10 story links from last week. 1. Miami gives Women’s…

QUIZ: How many banned books have you read?
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QUIZ: How many banned books have you read?

Richter Library hosted a Banned Books Read Out on Wednesday in recognition of Banned Books Week 2014, which runs through Saturday. The American Library Association (ALA) organizes Banned Books Week to raise awareness about books that are challenged, restricted or banned from being read. ALA hopes to stress the importance of making unpopular or unorthodox viewpoints available for…

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