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Holiday Hope Tree

The Universities longest running annual toy drive, coordinated by the Butler Center, Holiday Hope Tree aims to collect about 1,000 toys that will be distributed to children throughout the Miami area.

Ready. Set. Spike for Mike.

Hundreds of students gathered at the Sigma Chi fraternity house Sunday for a volleyball tournament to help raise money for Mike Bakutes, a brother that was diagnosed with Juvenile Ossifying Fibroma, a rare and aggressive tumor, this summer.

The More You Drink, The More You Workout

The amount an individual drinks makes them more likely to workout.

Personal training among best-paid campus jobs

Junior Nadia Zebouni has one of the best-paying student jobs on campus. She doesn’t have to file papers, type reports or serve food. And her work attire is pretty casual: gym shorts, a pullover shirt and tennis shoes.

Former RSMAS administrator loses 100 pounds thanks to Wellness Center

Adrianne Rondon looked in the mirror and could not believe the reflection staring back at her. It was time to make a change. At 235 pounds, the 38 year-old mom of two did not want to set this example for her children.

Personal training among highest paying jobs on campus

Nadia Zebouni has one of the best-paying student jobs on campus. She doesn't have to file papers, type reports or serve food. And her work attire is pretty casual - gym shorts, a pullover shirt and tennis shoes.

Wellness Center cooking class provides healthy alternatives for students

The Wellness Center will be offering six more cooking classes this semester to teach students how to make healtier food.
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