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News Briefs -10/25

CNL GUTS Canes Night Live is looking for organizations to participate in its upcoming event, Turn Back the Clock (‘90s Night). Interested organizations will compete in a ‘90s-themed game show called CNL GUTS. GUTS will take place on Nov. 3 from 3 to 6 p.m. The game consists of four rounds: a Double Dare trivia…

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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…

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News Briefs – 9/10

Capitol Steps Politics meets comedy with a performance from the recognized troupe The Capitol Steps. On Wednesday from 7:30-9 p.m. at Gusman Concert Hall, The Capitol Steps will engage audiences with their political satire, which is inspired by their time as politicians in Washington. Tickets can be picked up at the TicketMaster window in the…

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Former administrator reminisces, stays involved

Imagine the University of Miami in 1965: no freshmen towers, no cafeterias, no shuttles and no organized student life. That same year, William R. Butler joined UM, becoming vice president of student affairs at the request of former president Henry King Stanford. Prior to his arrival at UM, Butler served as the dean of students…

Former administrator reminisces, stays involved
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Former administrator reminisces, stays involved

Imagine the University of Miami in 1965: no freshmen towers, no cafeterias, no shuttles and no organized student life. That same year, William R. Butler joined UM, becoming vice president of student affairs at the request of former president Henry King Stanford. Prior to his arrival at UM, Butler served as the dean of students…

Fletch followers say farewell
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Fletch followers say farewell

Since 2006, Fletcher has directed the William R. Butler Center for Volunteer Service and Leadership Development at the University of Miami, an office on campus that encourages student involvement within the Miami community and challenges them to grow as leaders individually. Fletcher has announced that he will be leaving his position at UM for the opportunity to be Assistant Vice President for Community Engagement at Florida International University on Feb. 24.

Opinion

Our opinion: Time to change, time to serve

In the weeks leading up to Martin Luther King Day on Monday, the King family made a point to emphasize the importance of giving back to local communities in the wake of the current economic crisis. Many give back by serving meals to the homeless, assisting the elderly, tutoring young children, cleaning the beach and stocking food banks. The list goes on.

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