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Miami Men’s Basketball ends three-game skid
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Miami Men’s Basketball ends three-game skid

The Miami Hurricanes righted their ship following a three game losing streak, defeating the Clemson Tigers 54-45 Sunday evening at the BankUnited Center. “There have been a lot of sad faces in the locker room the past couple of games. So this win was a sigh of relief,” junior guard Sheldon McClellan said. The Hurricanes…

Syracuse weathers Miami run to remain unbeaten
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Syracuse weathers Miami run to remain unbeaten

Exactly three weeks had passed since the Miami Hurricanes blew a 5-point lead with 6 minutes left against undefeated Syracuse at the Carrier Dome in New York. Back then, all signs pointed to a major upset on the road, but the Orange overwhelmed Miami late and outscored Miami 14-4 in the final minutes. The Canes…

Canes to celebrate titles at first game
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Canes to celebrate titles at first game

When the Hurricanes raise their 2013 ACC regular season and tournament championship banners on Friday night before the home opener against the St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers, it will likely be Miami’s first bright moment in weeks. The Canes host St. Francis at 10 p.m. Friday at the BankUnited Center. After coach Jim Larranaga said at…

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News Briefs 1/24

Conference UM’s School of Law will be featuring the Hispanic National Bar Association’s “Human Trafficking Conference” this Friday from 8:30 a.m. to noon at the Multipurpose Room in the BankUnited Center’s Fieldhouse. Keynote speakers include Catherine A. MacKinnon, a professor of law at the University of Michigan. She is a well-known lawyer, teacher and activist…

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News Briefs-11/5

Before hitting the books for finals, check out these upcoming Year of the Humanities events.  BookTalk The final BookTalk presentations at Books & Books in Coral Gables will feature history professor Michael Miller and Associate Professor of English Brenna Munro. Miller will discuss his recent book, titled “Europe and the Maritime World: A Twentieth-Century History,”…

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News briefs – 9/20

Newsbreak UMTV began its newest program, NewsBreak, on Monday. Each day during NewsBreak, a different host provides 90-second updates on the latest on-campus news. This week, the hosts covered the Univision events live from outside of the BankUnited Center. When they are not live at the scene, reporters will be streaming from the School of…

Cornel West stops by campus to celebrate diversity
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Cornel West stops by campus to celebrate diversity

Cornel West spoke to students at the BankUnited Center on Thursday as part of the University of Miami’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of desegregation on campus. During the event titled “Diversity & Democracy: An Evening with Dr. Cornel West,” the notable intellectual and advocate for social justice spoke to a packed audience of UM…

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Students wait in long line for Ludacris tickets

While some students lined up outside the University Center throughout the day, others camped out in lawn chairs from as early as 6:30 a.m. on Thursday for the start of the Homecoming concert’s ticket distribution. After changing the location of the concert from the University Green to the BankUnited Center, a collective decision was made…

Category 5 plans ‘Miami Madness’ event
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Category 5 plans ‘Miami Madness’ event

The spirit programming board of the student government, or as it is more commonly referred to “Category 5”, is looking to expand its reach among college sports and also has a new and exciting event in store for ‘Canes basketball fans.

Ludacris concert relocated to BUC
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Ludacris concert relocated to BUC

The location for the 2011 Homecoming concert has been changed. Although it was originally scheduled to take place on the University Green, the concert will now be held in the BankUnited Center. The decision was made to resolve issues that have affected past Homecoming concerts. “The size of the crowd and the stature of the…

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