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Mindfulness Miami minds mental health

Junior Jose Miguel Rosillo sits in a relaxed yet alert position on the second floor of the Student Activities Center. His window seat has a view of Lake Osceola, and the sun is setting. But his eyes are closed. He inhales. Then exhales. For one minute, he focuses on his breath. This short exercise aimed…

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Feminism organization necessary on university campus

What does it actually mean? Feminism, the ‘F’ word in question, seems to stroke people the wrong way. Unfortunately, one would never have thought that feminism, a progressive movement towards equality, would be so misconceived by people on a university campus. Universities are places that are supposed to allow, encourage and foster individuality and acceptance…

Kiteboarders fly high
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Kiteboarders fly high

Imagine pulling off the stunts you mastered on a wakeboard 33 feet in the air without the assistance of a boat or a ramp, relying solely on wind conditions and your ability to steer a kite. For thrill-seekers looking for an adrenaline rush or want to try something new, UM’s two-year old kiteboarding club is…

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News Briefs 4/9

Media Clay Cane, an award-winning writer and media consultant, will give a presentation at the Lowe Art Museum on Wednesday 5 p.m. There will also be an informal reception at the Lowe, beginning at 4:30 p.m. It is sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences, the Unity in Diversity program, the program in women’s…

Club promotes more lenient drug policies
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Club promotes more lenient drug policies

Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) wants to make misconceptions about drugs go up in smoke. SSDP was formed to bring a science- and compassion-based perspective to drug policy. The group hopes to educate students about drug policy issues, ranging from the decriminalization of marijuana to the treatment of drug addiction in the United States….

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Three referenda on upcoming ballot

In two years, the student activities fee could be raised by $6.50.
In addition to voting for the new Student Government (SG) executive board and senators next week, students will also have the opportunity to vote on three referenda that may raise the student activities fee.

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Hurricane Productions wins Organization of Year

Hurricane Productions was named the Organization of the Year on Wednesday night at the COSO Student Organization Achievement & Recognition (SOAR) Awards. They beat out seven other organizations which included the Association of Commuter Students, Indian Students’ Association, Rho Rho Rho and United Black Students.

Students plan to grow green on UM’s campus with Comm”U”nity Garden
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Students plan to grow green on UM’s campus with Comm”U”nity Garden

Through the combined efforts of an up-and-coming organization, a student-run garden may soon be sprouting on campus; bringing with it a sense of community, responsibility and a chance to get your hands dirty. The organization responsible for this green initiative is known as the Comm”U”nity Garden—or will be soon. The group is awaiting COSO’s approval to become mandated and make it official.

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