Amanda Wood

Policy must protect from pollution
Opinion

Policy must protect from pollution

It seems that U.S. policies and regulations are only revised when a tragedy occurs. Such is the case of the massive chemical spill in West Virginia. More of these disasters are caused by sheer oversight each year, indicating that current regulation is insufficient. Some things cannot be prevented. However, the case of the West Virginia…

Guide to surviving final exams
Culture

Guide to surviving final exams

Thanksgiving provided a much-needed break from school, but now finals are looming on the horizon. With only one reading day this year, many students are already stressing about the impending doom that is finals week. Thankfully, TMH has got your back. We’ve compiled a range of great tips to help you adjust to the new…

Serve up some spooky spirits
Culture

Serve up some spooky spirits

It’s the season of pumpkins, cooler weather and the thrills of Halloween. With the holiday falling on Thursday, when everyone is looking to unwind, it’s the perfect chance to mix up some special drinks. Check out The Miami Hurricane’s drink suggestions, inspired by Pinterest pins.   Ghost 1 1/4 oz. Smirnoff Vanilla Twist 1/2 oz….

Co-ed housing lessens stress
Opinion

Co-ed housing lessens stress

It’s no secret that the University of Miami’s housing process can be stressful. Part of the issue is that housing isn’t guaranteed for all four years, but part is also owed to the same-sex roommate rule. The department of housing has a policy that if you’re living on campus, you have to live with someone…

Fitness classes provide fun options for everyone
Community, Culture

Fitness classes provide fun options for everyone

  If you’re one of the many students who hit the gym the first week of school, then don’t go back until finals, you’re not alone. This happens to much of the student body every year after setting hopeful resolutions about fitness in August. But the Wellness Center has introduced some new classes that might…

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