Speak Up 8/29

What are you looking forward to most this upcoming year?

Freshman Zach Howard: “Getting some good studying done and good partying.”

Freshman Spencer Cohen: “Getting a good education while still making very good friends in the process.”

Sophomore Blair Cohen: “I am most excited for homecoming.”

Junior Roderick Daniels: “I am looking forward to really solidifying how I am going to leave my legacy at the University of Miami.”

Sophomore Christine Lam: “Events that are going to be put on by Hurricane Productions”

September 1, 2011


Jennifer Levine

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