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Political science department relocates to renovated art building
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Political science department relocates to renovated art building

The political science department has a new home in the renovated art building behind the Memorial Building, along with the departments of international studies and geography. The political science department has been housed in the Business School. The move began two weeks before Thanksgiving break and is still a work in progress. “There were even…

Richter exhibit revives Miami’s past
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Richter exhibit revives Miami’s past

“Southern Suns and Sky-Blue Waters” is not just the first line from the University of Miami’s alma mater but also the title of the new Homecoming exhibit in Richter Library. The exhibit showcases athletics, student life and events on campus from the 1960s, 1980s and millennial years. It includes nine glass cases and four wall…

Cognates broaden scope of undergraduate career
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Cognates broaden scope of undergraduate career

The two-day fall break and week-long Thanksgiving calendar changes are not the only changes students should expect to see this semester. Class advising and registration have also changed with the university’s unveiling of the cognate system, a new organization of the general education requirements needed for graduation. Freshmen and other students planning to graduate in…

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