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First student-athlete talent show bridges campus community
Athletics, Sports

First student-athlete talent show bridges campus community

Playing a sport at a division-one level is already a huge accomplishment. Monday night, University of Miami student-athletes proved that their talents go beyond the fields, courts and classrooms. Instead, they shined in a different type of competition: a talent show. Tonye Jekiri may be known for being the ACC’s leading rebounder this season, but this basketball player…

Florida Senator Marco Rubio enters 2016 presidential race
National News, News

Florida Senator Marco Rubio enters 2016 presidential race

Two presidential announcements in one day rocked the University of Miami community Monday. Not only was the new president of UM revealed, but former Cane, Senator Marco Rubio, entered the 2016 presidential race. The 43-year-old freshman senator is the youngest contender. He joins Ted Cruz and Rand Paul in the race for the Republican presidential…

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