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Climb to the eighth floor of the Richter Library, and prepare to take a journey…
When people look back on UM sports years from now, they might think differently of the stretch between 2007-2011. It might not have been the worst period since we became the U, but rather the transitioning before the rebirth.
Student seating at Sun Life Stadium may soon be subject to a lottery.
But the fact remains that the U is still not back. It may have invented swagger, but current students wouldn’t know. It’s been so long.
Back in my days as a freshman, I fondly remember a little restaurant known as the Storm Surge café. Their offering of Hispanic favorites, such as Tostada and café Cubano, were among the best treats in the entire campus and their prices were more than fair. Their two pool tables and small television were enough to provide more atmosphere than that of the current Oasis Deli.
Saturday at noon at Land Shark Stadium, the No. 16 Hurricanes (6-2, 3-2) will look to avenge their home loss against the Virginia Cavaliers (3-5, 2-2) and keep ACC title hopes alive.
The UC Rock was turned into a television set Wednesday as “Comcast Newsmakers” ventured outside their studio to visit the University of Miami.
In commemoration of its 75th Anniversary, the Orange Bowl Committee, the group that hosts the post-season game as a way to bring tourism to South Florida, will be contributing $2.5 million to the City of Miami for a new football stadium at Moore Park at 765 NW 36th street.