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Student Government President’s letter on Hurricane Irma and aftermath
Opinion

Student Government President’s letter on Hurricane Irma and aftermath

Adrian Nuñez This past weekend, Hurricane Irma brought significant weather across the University of Miami and its surrounding communities. In the aftermath, we have found extensive debris across campus and we have experienced power outages, but one thing remains certain: The University of Miami leadership was prepared for whatever Hurricane Irma would bring to Coral…

Keep WVUM and TMH strong by voting
Opinion

Keep WVUM and TMH strong by voting

Student Government elections begin Monday, and this semester, the ballot includes a referendum to increase the student activity fee for two of the largest student media outlets on campus, The Miami Hurricane and WVUM. If it passes, $6 per student will be allocated to and shared between the two organizations. Our student-run radio station, WVUM…

SG plans for eventful month
Opinion

SG plans for eventful month

My name is Adam Orshan, and I’m your friendly neighborhood Student Government (SG) Press Secretary. In this monthly column, I’ll be sharing what SG is working on, completed initiatives and upcoming events. Let’s kick this off with some news. The first-ever members of the Freshman Leadership Council (FLC) and the Programming Committee have been selected….

SG works toward a year full of completed initiatives
News, Student Government

SG works toward a year full of completed initiatives

  Two weeks into school, and Student Government (SG) already has a laundry list of completed initiatives meeting students’ requests from last year. Completed initiatives include a redesign of Cane Cards, a smoke-free campus, a supply vending machine in Richter Library, outdoor seating at Mahoney-Pearson Dining Hall, blocking off the seal outside the bookstore and…

Chartwells to renovate, modernize dining halls
Campus Life, News, Student Government

Chartwells to renovate, modernize dining halls

This summer, the Mahoney-Pearson Dining Hall will be completely revamped as part of Chartwells’ 10-year contract with the University of Miami. In order to improve the overall dining experience, Chartwells will remove behind-the-scenes food preparations and cook everything in front of students. Additionally, they will replace the furniture and organize it in a more open…

Power of U wins SG election
News, Student Government

Power of U wins SG election

      (Photos by Cayla Nimmo)   Student Government (SG) Elections Commissioner J. Alexander Barletto ascended the Rock Thursday evening for the second time this week; this time with elections results in hand. After thanking his advisers, staff and both tickets, he unveiled that the members of the Power of U would head next…

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Red Mango enhances food court dessert options

For students looking to get their frozen yogurt fix without crossing U.S. 1, a Red Mango cart located at the Hurricane Food Court arrived this semester in response to student demand for an on-campus dessert option. The Red Mango cart was custom-designed for UM to fit temporarily as a free-standing vendor in the food court….

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Executive branch looks forward to next year

Student Government (SG) President Nawara Alawa looks forward to working with the newly appointed SG executive branch members in the fall. “I am extremely excited,” Alawa said. “We have fresh ideas, an elegant mix of old and new officers, and the determination to leave students and the university in a better place than we found…

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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