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Candidates for Florida State Representative campaign at Coral Gables Library, stress importance of down-ballot voting
Election 2016, News

Candidates for Florida State Representative campaign at Coral Gables Library, stress importance of down-ballot voting

Living in the shadow of the widely-talked about presidential race, candidates for Florida State Representative appeared at the Coral Gables Library to promote themselves and secure much-needed votes on the last day of elections. Candidates Daisy Baez and John Couriel are running against each other for state representative of Florida House District 114. Making a presence…

Homecoming winners reflect on importance of fun, rather than winning
Campus Life, News, Student Organization

Homecoming winners reflect on importance of fun, rather than winning

After three years of Federación de Estudiantes Cubanos (FEC) dominance in the annual Homecoming competition, United Black Students (UBS) is the latest champion to emerge victorious, winning Homecoming for the first time in their history. The results were announced at halftime during Saturday’s home football game against the University of Pittsburgh with FEC securing second…

Get to know the UM not shown on tours
Opinion

Get to know the UM not shown on tours

Sometimes, I wish I would have known more about the U before coming here. I’m not talking about the kind of information given on campus tours, like the fact that laundry is free or that the gym seems to be such a big selling point (I don’t really understand this considering I’ve only used it,…

Grace’s lawyer says player didn’t get fair chance
Football, Sports

Grace’s lawyer says player didn’t get fair chance

The dismissal of former UM linebacker Jermaine Grace has gotten even more complicated. Steven L. Washington, Grace’s attorney, said they will not be appealing the case, but did comment that the player was treated unfairly. He claims that the University of Miami did not allow Grace the chance to provide proof to defend himself because…

“Make Your Move:” Homecoming committee chooses playful, nostalgic theme for 2016 events
Campus Life, News

“Make Your Move:” Homecoming committee chooses playful, nostalgic theme for 2016 events

The theme for this year’s Homecoming Week, which takes place Oct. 28 through Nov. 5, is “Make Your Move,” a nod to entertainment before modern technology: classic board games. The Homecoming Executive Committee (HEC) revealed the theme this afternoon at the Rock. HEC came up with the idea for the theme in Spring 2016 in hopes that it would bring a spirit of nostalgia to…

Strong players set Canes up for another successful season
Baseball, Sports

Strong players set Canes up for another successful season

For most programs, winning 44 out of 63 games, dominating the ACC and making the NCAA Tournament would be seen as a season to remember. The University of Miami baseball team, however, looks at its accomplishments from last season with regret that the season didn’t end in Omaha. Last year marked the 42nd straight postseason…

Commentary, Football, Shalala, Sports

Leadership soothes NCAA controversy

It is difficult to think of a university president without thinking about athletics. The presence of the president at sporting events is as important as the quarterback to a football team, a bat to a home-run hitter or a deep pool to a diver. President Donna E. Shalala has been the UM Athletics’ biggest supporter,…

Hillary Clinton visits BankUnited Center Wednesday night
News, Photo

Hillary Clinton visits BankUnited Center Wednesday night

POLITICAL PROWESS: Former Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton visited campus Wednesday night to address students. President Donna E. Shalala, who served as United States Secretary of Health and Human Services while Clinton was first lady, introduced Clinton to the stage. “She is my friend and colleague and we share too many memories to count,”…

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Myron Rolle is ready to take his game from the football field to the operating table. Those precious ...

University of Miami middle linebacker Shaquille Quarterman’s ultimate goal has always been the same: ...

Just one glance at Brad Kaaya throwing passes Tuesday after the University of Miami’s first spring f ...

Yes, the Hurricanes’ uncertainty at quarterback has created some uneasiness, as Mark Richt told me r ...

Senior guards Adrienne Motley and Jessica Thomas sat slumped over on the Watsco Center floor late Mo ...

A conversation with Belén Garijo and Felicia Marie Knaul. ...

Nova Southeastern University’s Jacqueline A. Travisano will be UM’s Executive Vice President for Bus ...

U.S. Trust will provide advisory services for UM’s long-term growth portfolio. ...

Sir James Galway, Distinguished Presidential Scholar, inspires flute students with his artistry and ...

Activist and community organizer Alicia Garza stresses the need for a richness of ideas to help solv ...

Miami travels to Louisville, Ky., Sunday at noon to face No. 34 Louisville at the Bass-Rudd Tennis C ...

Briadam Herrera continued his sparkling postseason run Friday at the IU Natatorium, finishing as the ...

The Hurricanes will welcome a talented field of teams to Cobb Stadium for the second of three home m ...

The No. 37 Miami women's tennis team fell to Boston College, 6-1, Friday afternoon at the Flynn ...

The Miami Hurricanes dropped their series opener to No. 8 North Carolina Friday afternoon at Boshame ...

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