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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Elena Schmidt

Contributing News Writer


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Adderall all nighters vs. steady studying

Final Projects, essays, research papers, presentations, and exams are looming on students’ need-to-do lists as the spring 2010 semester draws to a close.

Advising doesn’t mean graduating

Marian Dahman, director of senior advising, answers one main question these days: “Can I graduate?”

Best line of defense

Step back with your dominant foot, put your hands up and yell “NO!”

Student government delivers on some promises, not others

The newly inaugurated Student Government (SG) immediately went to work last Spring, after administrators cancelled the infamous Ibis Ride we’ve all come to love and hate.

Numbers down on the Ibis Ride

The ridership of the Ibis Ride to Coconut Grove is down from last year.

FIU president to speak at UM

Tommorow Mark Rosenberg will speak at the University of Miami at the Wesley Gallery at 6pm.

Current king and queen reflect on their reigns

For all student with unstoppable spirit and unwavering UM pride, the homecoming king and queen competition is an utopia. This years finalists will compete tonight at the Rock N Roll Royalty ceremony, but only two will be crowned University of Miami's 2009 homecoming king and queen. There are eight guys and eight girls competing.

Pi Kappa Phi renovates house

Pi Kappa Phi moves into the old Kappa Sigma House.

Jobs still exist for college graduates according to survey

Toppel’s resume guide being sponsored by Lehman Brothers, a global financial firm that declared bankruptcy in 2008, does not inspire confidence in the job market for recent graduates.

Masquerade ball added to Homecoming

The University of Miami’s 2009 Homecoming may just be the best yet for incoming freshmen.

Speaker shares experiences as a pro-life lesbian

“Conservative,” “right wing,” “religious,” and “anti-choice,” are among the descriptors that listeners at the Lesbian, Liberal and Pro-Life Event called out when asked to describe the pro-life movement. Cecilia Brown, 45, the president of the Pro-Life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians (PLAGAL), will not be stereotyped.

Religious studies expert Neusner has hope for future of religious differences

Jacob Neusner, a man of 900 books to show for his long career of transforming religious studies, gave the University of Miami's eighth-annual Jack Chester Memorial Lecture at 8 p.m. on Thursday.
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