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Junior Angela Cameron petitions UM to expel her alleged rapist
Campus Life, News

Junior Angela Cameron petitions UM to expel her alleged rapist

Professor Katharine Westaway’s women’s and gender studies class hosted the once-a-semester Canes Consent event in the University Center on Tuesday. The event aimed to bring awareness to sexual assault on college campuses and featured free pizza, tank tops and various speakers. One of the speakers was junior Angela Cameron. “You could hear a pin drop,”…

Pine rocklands issue may taint president’s reputation
Opinion, Shalala

Pine rocklands issue may taint president’s reputation

President Donna Shalala’s career at the University of Miami has received largely positive reviews. Her many accomplishments over the last 14 years include impressive fundraising campaigns, new efficiency standards for university administration and even the addition of state-of-the-art facilities to the Coral Gables, Rosenstiel and medical campuses. But the Shalala legacy also includes a glaring…

Workday HR application changes clock-in process
Campus Life, News

Workday HR application changes clock-in process

Senior Willie Perez works two jobs on campus. He’s an operations student supervisor at the Student Center Complex (SCC) and a facility supervisor at the Wellness Center. His dual role had never been problematic until the implementation of Workday. Workday HR, a business application that is accessible online, was unveiled on Thursday, March 26. It…

Biology professor chases squirrels in the name of research
News, Profiles

Biology professor chases squirrels in the name of research

Biology professor Thaddeus McRae has made a career out of chasing squirrels. For his research, he uses kick balls, model airplanes and remote control cats to create “threats” to gray squirrels, and then records how the animals respond. McRae’s research addresses animal communication – specifically why most animal species use more than one type of signal…

Multiple accidents bring pedestrian safety issue to forefront
Campus Life, News

Multiple accidents bring pedestrian safety issue to forefront

Two major accidents involving pedestrians occurred around campus this semester. Most recently, junior Matthew Wisehaupt was struck by a car just outside the University Village (UV). He was hospitalized and suffered “non-life-threatening injuries,” according to a report published by The Miami Hurricane, and was released from the hospital two days after he was hit. The…

Break, and make, habits this Lent
Opinion

Break, and make, habits this Lent

Chances are, you’ve already picked something to give up for Lent. But for those of you that haven’t, listen up. This year, rather than go back to your usual sacrifices of chocolate or Facebook, use Lent as an opportunity to start a new habit. Instead of trying to give up something you enjoy, and will probably…

Time spent outdoors helps efficiency
Opinion

Time spent outdoors helps efficiency

Miami isn’t exactly an “outdoorsy” place. Sure, there’s year-round access to water sports and white sandy beaches, and the city is almost always bathed in sunshine. But few people spend a significant amount of time outside every day, and it’s especially difficult to do so in college. During the school year, most of us get…

Pull the plug on energy overuse
Opinion

Pull the plug on energy overuse

Buildings on campus often remain fully lit long after business hours. This makes it easy to think that the University of Miami doesn’t care about energy efficiency and its environmental implications. Despite this lighting issue, the fact of the matter is that the university is working to improve campus energy efficiency. However, the changes won’t…

Be realistic in financing future
Opinion

Be realistic in financing future

When I envision my future, it isn’t lavish. “Live comfortably” is how I typically describe my financial goals. Such vague terminology allows me to assume that I will be happy no matter how much money I make, as long as I am satisfied with my lifestyle. But sometimes an ambiguous target is more harmful than…

Opinion

Care about climate change

Last week, a scan of my Twitter feed shook me from my procrastination-induced daze. A tweet from The Guardian read, “The climate change deniers have won,” and it linked to an article of the same title. The author, Nick Cohen, frequently weighs in on environmental issues. In his article, Cohen addressed a recent publication from…

Edge

Ways single life grants a fun time

You may have noticed the copious amounts of red-packaged candy on sale at Publix, or seen an ad for the annual fraternity singing valentines, or fought your way through swarms of heart-shaped balloons in CVS, and realized that can only mean one thing. Valentine’s Day is coming. You might be excited, because it’s a chance…

Singles should save the anger, spread the love
Opinion

Singles should save the anger, spread the love

Valentine’s Day has gained a negative reputation among the single population. I hear the same complaints every year; it’s a “Hallmark Holiday,” or a day for couples to brag about being happy. Many have even dubbed the holiday as “Singles’ Awareness Day.” This last attitude toward Valentine’s Day is the most telling. It insinuates that…

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