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Effects of life science park questioned
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Effects of life science park questioned

A University of Miami Life Science and Technology Park is being built near the Miller School of Medicine, causing residents of Overtown to ask for one percentage of the development’s economic projected input to the help the community in the long-term.

Unicco workers victorious
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Unicco workers victorious

After two months of difficult negotiations, 32 BJ SEIU, the union that represents these university workers, got a three-year contract with increased wages, seniority status, increased vacation time and other benefits.

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S.T.A.N.D. rally and RAK Speak Out

Students Toward a New Democracy (S.T.A.N.D.) and Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) will be at the Rock holding a Speak Out at noon to show their appreciation for University of Miami cleaners and landscapers, whose contract expires on Tuesday. S.T.A.N.D. and RAK members intend for it to be an event of unity. “I want to…

Hurricane shutter renovations affect UC
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Hurricane shutter renovations affect UC

Plans to renovate the UC resulted in this upheaval, causing administrators and student organizations on the second floor to be relocated or displaced. According to Dan Westbrook, director of the UC, the plan was formulated when the university discovered last spring they were eligible for money from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

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Student government promises a good year

In a small cramped office room, Nick Cote is writing on a dry erase board. His small handwriting shows three columns titled “To Do,” “In Progress” and “Completed.” The To Do column has the longest list of items. Nick Cote is treasurer of student government (SG). He was going over what needs to be done…

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Pitching tents for Haiti

Out on the Green, near the path to Richter Library, stands a rather large tent. Scattered a few feet away are some glow sticks, a deck of cards, shoes and stuffed animals. On a cold Miami night, wearing a blue bathrobe over his clothes, recent graduate Kemy Joseph tried selling these items to pay for…

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Victims no longer, their voices are heard

Caldas told the story of how she went on vacation with her family for her sister’s wedding. One night she had too much to drink and was raped. The day after, Caldas pretended as if nothing happened. She smiled for wedding photos. Nine months would pass until she told her mother. She was 16 years old.

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Coral Gables to settle

The Coral Gables City Commission approved a settlement on Tuesday that will pay almost $2 million for medical bills of a University of Miami student who was struck last fall by a street sweeper, according to a story in The Miami Herald. A settlement of $1,960,500 will help cover Milov’s medical bills that come to $1,250,000.

A pro at making lasting memories
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A pro at making lasting memories

Many of us have trouble remembering the name of an acquaintance we met a month ago; the phone number of a best friend or even what we had for breakfast this morning. But a University of Miami student has proven that with practice, people can improve their memory.

Kemy Joseph Pitches Tent in the Green for Haiti Awareness
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Kemy Joseph Pitches Tent in the Green for Haiti Awareness

Out on the Green, near the path to Richter Library, stands a rather large tent. Scattered few feet away are some glow sticks, a deck of cards, shoes and stuffed animals. On a cold Miami night, wearing a blue bathrobe over his clothes, senior Kemy Joseph tried selling these items to pay for his meals.

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