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Daily Archives: Oct 5, 2008

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Hurriqueen: Tips for cash-crunched students

How can I have fun on a small budget and retain my dignity and reputation?

Students speculate about brutal croc killing; investigation is ongoing

Students and investigators alike speculate about mysterious and brutal crocodile butchering last Wednesday. The investigation is ongoing.

Indie Spotlight: Kid Cudi

Indie hip-hop artist Kid Cudi is making big moves and on his way to stardom, check him out if you haven't yet.

Skid continues as soccer team loses two on the road

The rough patch continued for the women’s soccer team this past weekend as it lost both of its conference road games at Boston College and Maryland.

Purdy Lounge: A different kind of party

Bored with your social life? Check out downtown hotspot Purdy Lounge for a change of scenery.

Lack of discipline kills the Canes

In my career as a student at UM, the Hurricanes have gone 1-3 against the Seminoles. What's more depressing is the lack of discipline the Canes showed this time around.

Newsbriefs

Web site promotes fundraising, “Future of Our Economy” panel, Festival Miami 2008, Gift supports faculty recruitment

Spotted on Site: Max Landis

Max Landis: I think everyone to a degree is unique, but unique is subjective. I know some people who would sit and listen to me...

UM entrepreneurs ‘Launch’ businesses with new program

The Launch Pad, a new, free service provided by the Toppel Career Center, will now serve as a springboard for students from all walks of life to begin their own businesses while in college.

It’s the end of true free-market capitalism as we know it

Over the last two weeks as Ben Bernanke and Henry Paulson, Federal Reserve Chairman and Secretary of the Treasury respectively, paraded through Washington seeking to gain support for their proposed $700 billion financial bailout package, both Congress and the general public were apprehensive.

Jimbo’s Place: A piece of old Miami

A hidden gem a few minutes from Virginia Key is a favorite destination for students and old friends alike - check out Jimbo's Place next time you're in the area.

RSMAS Beat Notebook

Distinguished speaker Klaus Hasselmann lectures about climate and oceanography at RSMAS.
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