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Miami men’s basketball ready to fight
Basketball, Sports

Miami men’s basketball ready to fight

The Men’s basketball team began their journey toward a National Invitational Tournament (NIT) championship Tuesday. As one of Joe Lunardi’s “first four teams out” of the NCAA tournament, they are certainly one of the favorites to advance to Madison Square Garden and compete for the NIT title. The second-seeded Canes faced North Carolina Central in…

Garment factory workers to discuss working conditions
News

Garment factory workers to discuss working conditions

Workers from Bangladesh will discuss the current working conditions in their garment factories Tuesday in the Student Activities Center (SAC), when the United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS) Worker Tour comes to the University of Miami. USAS frequently puts on such events to engage students and actively spread its message on college campuses. “As we have a working…

Debate team finds success in competition, communication
News

Debate team finds success in competition, communication

With individuals facing controversial issues around the globe each day, the skill of debate is one that is greatly sought after. It is also a skill that the University of Miami debate team has mastered. The team has won four tournaments in policy debate, which has helped it climb the rankings to No. 1 in the country. The team…

Hecht wins annual Sportsfest competition
Campus Life, Sports

Hecht wins annual Sportsfest competition

  Residential colleges across campus, along with University Village residents and commuters, competed in the 30th annual Sportsfest between Friday and Saturday. The contest began in 1986 when Hecht Residential College challenged Stanford Residential College in various sports, and it has become one of the most anticipated weekends on campus ever since. “The cool thing about…

University to launch redesigned website
Administration, News

University to launch redesigned website

Navigating the University of Miami’s webpage may become a new and exciting experience in the coming weeks. A redesigned website will be launching either later this month or in early March. Web and Digital Communications and Marketing, a team working in University Communications, got the opportunity to create a redesigned website about a year ago…

Open mic night showcases talent, social justice
LGBTQ, News

Open mic night showcases talent, social justice

Social Justice Week continued Wednesday evening with an open mic night presented by UPride, inviting students to stand up and speak for their beliefs. All were welcome, and various students showcased their artistic abilities through music and poetry. Before any performances took place, the hosts ran through a set of rules that paralleled the theme of…

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