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Homecoming winners reflect on importance of fun, rather than winning
Campus Life, News, Student Organization

Homecoming winners reflect on importance of fun, rather than winning

After three years of Federación de Estudiantes Cubanos (FEC) dominance in the annual Homecoming competition, United Black Students (UBS) is the latest champion to emerge victorious, winning Homecoming for the first time in their history. The results were announced at halftime during Saturday’s home football game against the University of Pittsburgh with FEC securing second…

Advisory council gives Asian student organizations new suite
Campus Life, International, News, Student Organization

Advisory council gives Asian student organizations new suite

The three Asian student organizations that were asked to vacate their suites in the Shalala Student Center (SSC) two weeks ago will be given a shared Asian Student Organization Suite in the Whitten University Center (UC) next semester. After receiving a letter from a coalition formed by students concerned about the implications of not having any suite…

‘The Hunting Ground’ addresses sexual assault on college campuses
Campus Life, Crime and Safety, News, Student Organization

‘The Hunting Ground’ addresses sexual assault on college campuses

The screening of a documentary film about how the issue of sexual assault is handled in college communities was followed by a discussion of the topic on Tuesday afternoon. The conversation followed the screening of “The Hunting Ground” at the Cosford Cinema, which was presented by the student organization Canes Consent. It focused on how…

Bryan’s Cafe allows for discussion identity, appropriation, intersectionality
Campus Life, LGBT, News, Student Organization

Bryan’s Cafe allows for discussion identity, appropriation, intersectionality

Gender identity, cultural appropriation and intersectionality were discussed in the context of modern culture Monday night as part of the debate team’s second-ever Bryan’s Cafe discussion. The University of Miami’s debate team held the round table discussion in the Shalala Center Monday night, after holding their first Bryan’s Cafe last spring semester. The debate’s setting…

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