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Infractions delay SG election results

In a nation that prides itself on its Constitution, it is no wonder that the Student Government (SG) at the University of Miami has similar sentiments. Twice a year, the Elections Commission lives by and enforces Chapter IV of said constitution – Election Codes. Including Wednesday’s postponement, the announcements of Executive Board election results have…

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Students may be offered fifth year free of tuition

The newly elected Student Government (SG) Executive Board wants to create an option for students to attend the University of Miami for a free fifth year. Now, the elected officers of the “Inspired by U” team have taken the initial steps toward making this popular platform a reality. The plan is modeled after the Take…

SG tickets remain in election race after undergoing code violation trials
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SG tickets remain in election race after undergoing code violation trials

Student Government (SG) election results will be announced Friday at noon on the Rock after the Supreme Court ruled Thursday that neither “Think B.I.G.” or “Inspired by U” would be disqualified from the race. The two tickets went to trial after being told Wednesday that they were being investigated for allegedly violating election codes. Consequently,…

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2/16 News Briefs

Black Awareness Month Feb. 16- A lecture titled “Black Identity, Perpetually Under Protection” given by guest speaker Professor Dexter Gordon will be held at the Newman Alumni Center at 6:30 pm. Feb. 21- The 50th Anniversary of De-Segregation at UM will be commemorated at the Gusman Concert Hall at 7:45 p.m. with guest speaker Cornell…

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Staff Editorial 2/13: ‘Inspired by U’ shows promise

For the past two years, Student Government (SG) has excelled in fulfilling its mission of improving the quality of the college experience at UM. We don’t think next year should be any different. Therefore, in this year’s race for SG executive board, the editorial staff of The Miami Hurricane endorses the “Inspired by U” ticket,…

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