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University protocol, morale put to the test during Irma’s historic wrath
Campus Life, Hurricane, News

University protocol, morale put to the test during Irma’s historic wrath

Hurricane Irma was the largest storm in recent memory for many Floridians. For the University of Miami, it brought many firsts: first mandatory evacuation of campus, first relocation of residential students into shelters, first cancellation of classes for almost three weeks. For students, it brought countless new experiences, such as preparing for a catastrophic Category…

Ibis shutter art stands strong
Art, Community, Edge, Hurricane

Ibis shutter art stands strong

“We will not be afraid.” This is the message that artist Beau Bradbury sent to Miami when his mural, ‘You Don’t Scare Us Irma,’ went viral before the storm hit. Painted on the side of the Geneva Hotel on 15th and Collins in Miami Beach, the hourlong street art project became a popular and powerful…

Academic calendar adjustments are a merciful approach to a disruptive hurricane
Hurricane, Opinion, Staff Editorial

Academic calendar adjustments are a merciful approach to a disruptive hurricane

Two weeks have passed since the fiercest storm in recent memory scraped through South Florida, leaving debris littered throughout the region and many Floridians displaced from their homes. The University of Miami issued the first mandatory evacuation in its history, reacting to grim forecasts for the East Coast. Classes were canceled for almost three weeks,…

Student hotspots survive Hurricane Irma
Edge, Food, Hurricane

Student hotspots survive Hurricane Irma

When the University of Miami canceled classes Sept. 6, UM students and faculty were advised to evacuate. Over two and a half weeks later, people are trickling back onto campus and heading to their go-to restaurants and bars. Restaurant owners faced varying damage to their properties. However, many of UM’s favorite spots are now open…

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