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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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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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School of Communication changes academic requirements

The School of Communication (SoC) faculty voted on Friday in favor of eliminating the requirement that all communication students complete a second major outside of the SoC. However, this ruling has a long way to go before it can become official. The decision is subject to approval from the University of Miami Faculty Senate and…

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Meditation classes Take a break from classes and develop mental clarity through meditation. Lunthita Duthely, a follower of Sri Chinmoy’s teachings, will guide you through the session. It takes place Feb. 3 from 7:30 to 9 p.m. The class is free and open to the public. Reserve your spot by calling the Wellness Suite at…

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Interested in studying abroad?

Contact Info Email: ieep@miami.edu Phone: 305-284-3434 skype: UMabroad Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday Campus Location: Allen Hall, Room 111 (next to the School of Communication, behind the Memorial Building) Staff Members Glenda Hayley: ghayley@miami.edu Advising areas: Australia, China, France, Japan, Singapore, Korea, and Switzerland. Jasmine Phillips: j.phillips4@miami.edu Advising areas: Austria,…

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School of Communication promotes media in Haiti

One effective way to help Haiti may be by just sitting down and having a conversation. School of Communication community members have discussed the role media need to play in Haiti’s future in a January conference co-hosted by the Voice of America, an international news service that has been working in Haiti. “We’ve talked about…

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Aid, medical care continue abroad

The University of Miami has not forgotten its commitment to rebuilding Haiti. In the midst of political instability, health epidemics and a crumbling city structure, Haiti is still reeling from the effects of the 2010 earthquake that affected the country’s capital, Port-au-Prince, as well as the cities of Leogane and Jacmel. Students, faculty and staff…

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Dean to start work in July

On May 11, university administration announced that they had selected a new dean of the School of Communication. Starting July 1, Gregory J. Shepherd, currently the dean at the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, will be replacing the current SoC Dean Sam L Grogg, who is leaving after his six year tenure. Grogg…

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Keeping it locked on sports, campus involvement

Unlike most students at UM, Justin Antweil dove right into campus involvement when he first arrived, and has been making a statement ever since. Although many are overwhelmed by the bombardment of new classes and student activities, Antweil advises that students take advantage of every opportunity. “After three weeks of being at UM, I had…

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