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An Eye on the Hurricane: Preparing for February’s issues

With every spring semester the staff as a whole groans at the idea of basketball season. It means late games and even later deadlines. And with our strict 11 p.m. deadline with The Miami Herald, it puts us in a bind. But our long nights in the newsroom are made sweeter when our ancient television…

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Category 5, Distraction referenda pass

Both the Category 5 and Distraction magazine referenda were each passed with more than 60 percent of students voting in favor of increases to the student activity fee, the Elections Commission announced Wednesday night. Category 5 will receive 75 cents per undergraduate student per semester, and Distraction magazine will receive $1. This will bring the…

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Two referenda to appear on ballot

Two referenda will be on the ballot this spring, requesting funding for both Category 5 and Distraction magazine, according to SG Press Secretary Mike Piacentino. Each group had to gather 500 signatures before the question to raise the student activity fee could be brought before the student body. The minimal increases multiplied by nearly 10,000…

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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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