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BUC sign policies stir discontent while Al Golden controversy leads to larger discussion
Athletics, Football, Sports

BUC sign policies stir discontent while Al Golden controversy leads to larger discussion

Hurricanes football fans have been disappointed with Head Coach Al Golden’s performance for some time. The Miami Hurricane ran a story Thursday about fans’ discontent with Golden, spefically the controversial social media hashtag “FireAlGolden.” A key player in the midst of these reactions is senior William Herrera. Thursday’s story mentioned an incident at the BankUnited…

Fans put Golden in hot seat
Athletics, Football, Sports

Fans put Golden in hot seat

When Hurricanes Football Coach Al Golden began his career at the University of Miami in 2010, fans boasted about the beginning of the “Golden Era.” Five years later, fans hoping for a national championship – the last of which was in 2001 – have taken to Twitter to express their discontent, fueled by the hashtag…

Edna C. Shalala passes away
News, Obituaries

Edna C. Shalala passes away

Edna C. Shalala, President Donna E. Shalala’s mother, passed away early Tuesday afternoon following a brief illness. She was 103. Edna Shalala graduated from Ohio State University in 1933 and worked as a physical education teacher. Nearly 20 years later, she went on to complete her law degree and worked as a tax lawyer until…

UM vs. FSU: Tailgate Edition
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UM vs. FSU: Tailgate Edition

Few things in this world invoke the same types of feelings that tailgates do. However, each school seems to have its own identity. This week we take you to Tallahassee, Florida, where the guys are frat stars and the girls just love their cowboy boots. But this post wouldn’t be complete without a look at…

Shalala hosts student media press conference
Campus Life, News, Shalala

Shalala hosts student media press conference

On Wednesday, President Donna E. Shalala sat down for a press conference with student media. She talked about the future and financial status of the university. The Miami Hurricane compiled select questions from the press conference. Student Media: You’ve obviously had a lot of successes during your fourteen years as president. What would you say is the…

Hurricanes redshirt quarterback Kevin Olsen ‘no longer a student at UM’ after DUI arrest
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Hurricanes redshirt quarterback Kevin Olsen ‘no longer a student at UM’ after DUI arrest

Redshirt freshman quarterback Kevin Olsen is no longer a student at the University of Miami as of Tuesday, according to the Office of Communications for Athletics. Olsen was arrested near the Red Road Commons apartment buildings early Monday morning for driving under the influence (DUI) and possession of a stolen license. In a press conference…

Finals week to feature stress-free zone
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Finals week to feature stress-free zone

In a desert of papers, projects and finals, The Wellness Center and The Huffington Post have come together to create an OASIS for students. OASIS is a stress-free zone that will feature relaxing activities in hopes of alleviating some of the tensions that affect students during finals week. Students who visit OASIS will be able…

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