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Fraternity lacks undergraduate members but still retains presence

Despite the 10 to 15 students interested in joining every year, the Omicron Delta chapter of Omega Psi Phi exists at the University of Miami with no undergraduate members. “We are about quality over quantity,” Brett Jones, the last undergraduate member of this chapter said. “We are always looking for qualified candidates.” Jones graduated last…

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University of Miami themed scooters

University of Miami themed scooters are on display at the University of Miami bookstore. These vehicles are available through CROSSRUNNER, a power sport company. There are two models, the E50 and the C150, which run $1,699 and $1,999 respectively. The E50 gets a top speed of 35 mph and the C150 can reach 60 mph….

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Graduation Ceremonies expected to cause traffic delays

On Thursday and Friday, traffic delays are expected due to University of Miami graduation commencement ceremonies. These ceremonies began on Thursday at 4p.m. There are three ceremonies on Friday at 8:30 p.m., 12:30 p.m., and 5 p.m. Traffic delays are expected to be on 1245 Dauer Drive and on US 1 and Ponce de Leon…

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Search committee for Arts & Sciences dean announced

Today, Provost Thomas LeBlanc sent an email to the College of Arts and Sciences faculty announcing the search committee for the new dean of the school. “We have asked that the committee identify a small set of suitable candidates for the position no later than January 1, 2010 with the expectation that the new dean…

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Jacqueline Dixon named the interim dean of Arts and Sciences

Jacqueline Dixon has been named the interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences until a replacement for Michael R. Halleran, the former dean, is found. In her new position, Dixon faces the immediate problems that the economy brings. She plans to keep the school affordable while maintaining the quality of the school. “What…

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Student Government Briefs

Bill proposed to standardize attendance policy, removing instructor’s discretion; University to add hand sanitizer distributors, extend health center hours in face of Swine Flu

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Late-night running route under consideration

In an attempt to develop a safe, late-night jogging path, the University of Miami Police Advisory Board, an SG executive committee, has issued a survey. The idea for this route was suggested by Chris Carvajal, a freshman and general member of the Police Advisory Board. “Every time I pass by the university late at night I…

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