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Richter Library evacuated in response to bomb threat
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Richter Library evacuated in response to bomb threat

The University of Miami’s Richter Library was reopened Thursday afternoon after having been evacuated that morning as police responded to a possible bomb threat. “There was a note found in a bathroom, and the kid who found it turned it in, and that’s what sparked all of this,” said Coral Gables Police Sgt. Dean Wellinghoff….

UMPD releases annual security report
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UMPD releases annual security report

In 2012, there were 306 discipline cases for liquor law violations and 119 drug violations at the Coral Gables campus, meaning there are 17 times more liquor violations than burglaries. These numbers paint a picture of the Annual Security Report, which was released by the University of Miami Police Department (UMPD) to the university and…

Safety Fair alerts campus of new texting ban
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Safety Fair alerts campus of new texting ban

[imagebrowser id=2] [fresh_divider style=”solid”] The University of Miami Police Department (UMPD) and the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) co-hosted the third annual Safety Fair on Wednesday. “The fair has always focused on travel safety, but had a special emphasis on texting and driving this year,” said John Gulla, crime prevention officer for UMPD. “This generation…

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UM graduate dies in car crash early Sunday morning

The  University of Miami graduate Dino Ghilotti was killed in a tw0-car crash Sunday morning, according to the Coral Gables Police Department and a statement released by President Donna E. Shalala. A memorial service will be held for him at 5 p.m. Monday at St. Augustine Church, located at 1400 Miller Rd., across the street…

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Freshman found dead in Hecht Residential College

A freshman male was found dead at the University of Miami Thursday morning. According to Coral Gables police, his roommate found him dead. The official Facebook page of Alpha Epsilon Pi at the University of Miami released the following statement shortly after the discovery, “The brothers of Alpha Epsilon Pi are deeply saddened by the…

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