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V.Online

Things are about to get a little bit more fun here at The Miami Hurricane. We’re in the process of redeveloping our website and revamping our print design, so we’ll be ready to launch fun, innovative developments as soon as August returns.

But for those of you searching for immediate gratification, or those of you who can’t wait until the paper is published to hear what I have to say – today is your lucky day. This brand new section of the themiamihurricane.com is a blog run by yours truly and available for questions and answers – 24/7.

You all need guidance (that’s evident by the spectrum of insanity demonstrated in the questions people have asked me in the past). No worries, though, V’s not taking a break this summer.

You know the drill, kids. Just write to dearv@themiamihurricane.com and you may have your answers posted online.  Obviously, I’ll still be publishing juicy advice in the paper on Mondays and Thursdays. Actually, you guys should all be picking those up – a little culture never killed nobody (insert tune for “A little party never killed nobody”).

So if you’re dancing away at the grove on a Thursday night just shoot me an email and I’ll throw in my opinion … just to be clear though, it is never okay to take off your shoes (or any other article of clothing for that matter).

I will also be blogging regularly so consider yourselves warned … I’m watching you guys.

Check back in to see what kind of messes our classmates get into.

Until next time, psychos.

Toddle-oo!

V

V’s columns, responses, or blog posts are not a reflection of the views shared by The Miami Hurricane staff. The Miami Hurricane does not necessarily endorse or encourage any of the advice or opinions expressed by V. Additionally, V is not meant to replace professional help. This column is solely for the enjoyment of the students at the University of Miami. 

July 2, 2013

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