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Lecturer introduces finite math course with emphasis on art

Math isn’t necessarily every student’s expertise. But regardless, it’s something people need for everyday life – even if you aren’t majoring in math. University of Miami lecturer Lun Yi Tsai is offering the perfect math course next semester for students who need to get the requirement out of the way, but aren’t into derivatives and…

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Fundraising campaign for new architecture building in full swing

With the anticipated completion of new campus structures such as the Student Activities Center and the Neuroscience Building, architecture may be next on the list. The School of Architecture has begun a fundraising campaign with the hopes of erecting a new Design Build Studio. Lamar Noriega, director of development for the school, believes the new studio…

City approves plan to renovate Marine Stadium
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City approves plan to renovate Marine Stadium

The graffiti-covered seats of the Miami Marine Stadium may soon attract patrons instead of the occasional skater. City of Miami commissioners voted 3-2 on March 8 in favor of allowing a possible renovation, using a master plan developed by UM architecture students in 2009, of the stadium to progress with certain conditions. During their March…

Exhibit honors architect
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Exhibit honors architect

Sixteenth century architecture is taking on a modern twist. The Jorge M. Perez Architecture Center at the School of Architecture is hosting a new exhibit entitled “New Palladians” that showcases the work of 50 modern architects who have been inspired by 16th-century Italian architect Andrea Palladio. “The exhibit is really quite beautiful if you like…

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Our Opinion: Group projects, the fifth circle of hell

Just from observing the daily activities and mannerisms of many students at the University of Miami, it has become clear that our undergrads have a problem: they believe themselves to be the center of the universe. These individuals become the most frustrating when assigned to be your partner in class projects. Beware of the warning signs early on.

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