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Iron Arrow Honor Society inducts spring 2015 members
Campus Life, News

Iron Arrow Honor Society inducts spring 2015 members

The Iron Arrow Honor Society, the highest honor attained at the University of Miami, finished tapping its newest members into the Tribe Thursday. Founded in 1926 with the university’s opening, Iron Arrow recognizes individuals from the UM community who exemplify the five qualities of Iron Arrow: love of alma mater, character, leadership, scholarship and humility. This…

Week of Cuban Culture kicks off
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Week of Cuban Culture kicks off

In a celebration of Cuban culture, the University of Miami’s Federacion de Estudiantes Cubanos (FEC) has planned a weeklong series of events to promote Cuban culture through food, art and music. The week officially kicked off Friday with opening ceremonies and a trip to the baseball game, followed by a barbecue on the Green on…

21st birthday celebration aids worthy cause
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21st birthday celebration aids worthy cause

Junior Miranda Goot celebrated a landmark birthday, her 21st, with more than good times with friends. She used the occasion to raise money for an organization close to her heart, Camp Kesem. With the creation of a Facebook event, she asked her friends and family to donate $21, or however much they could, as a gift…

Referendum passes for on-campus research magazine
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Referendum passes for on-campus research magazine

The Scientifica Magazine referendum on the ballot during Student Government (SG) elections earlier this month has now been passed after a prior disqualification decision was overturned. The referendum asked for a $1 increase to the student activities fee to cover printing costs for Scientifica, the University of Miami’s first undergraduate research magazine. SEE ALSO: ‘For U’ ticket…

UPDATE: Student hit by car on campus
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UPDATE: Student hit by car on campus

On Friday afternoon, 20-year-old Matthew Wisehaupt, a University of Miami student, was hit by a 2015 gray Audi while trying to cross San Amaro Drive and Albenga Avenue. This is located near the University Village apartment complex. According to Coral Gables police, the 16-year-old driver remained on the scene throughout the investigation. Coral Gables Fire…

Floating marine laboratory to offer interactive experience on Biscayne Bay
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Floating marine laboratory to offer interactive experience on Biscayne Bay

Modeled after a floating marine laboratory and environmental classroom powered by renewable energy in New York, a science barge is set to open in Miami’s Biscayne Bay. The project will offer students and the public an opportunity to engage in interactive experiences on the floating marine innovation lab, with a hydro/aquaponic garden and education center….

Disney’s ‘McFarland, USA’ captures the American Dream
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Disney’s ‘McFarland, USA’ captures the American Dream

In Disney’s latest film “McFarland, USA,” an unlikely team of seven runners from an economically challenged farm town becomes a championship cross-country team. Premiering Friday, the film is based on the 1987 true story of Jim White, the P.E. teacher who assembles and coaches a cross-country team in a predominantly Latino high school in McFarland,…

Valentine’s Day flash mob to take over the Rock
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Valentine’s Day flash mob to take over the Rock

For 10 minutes on Friday afternoon, students dressed in flamboyant dresses and colorful attire will be joining one another for a dance in celebration of love. As a symbolic gesture of saying “I love you,” a Valentine’s Boogie Woogie flash mob dance will unite students to enjoy a dance as they come together. The dance…

Engineers give hacking new meaning
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Engineers give hacking new meaning

When the topic of hacking is brought up, a common thought that arises is that of an action movie character sneaking into a computer database to access information. When students gather at the University of Miami this month to hack for 24 hours, however, they will not be engaging in negative mischievous tasks. Instead, they…

Ying Yang Twins concert announced
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Ying Yang Twins concert announced

Hip-hop group the Ying Yang Twins, consisting of Kaine and D-Roc, will be the voices of a concert at the Rat this month. The Rathskeller Advisory Board and Hurricane Productions announced Sunday that the Ying Yang Twins will be performing at 10 p.m. on Feb. 20 at the Rat. The duo from Atlanta is recognized for hit songs “Salt…

Star-studded musical hits the silver screen
Edge, Movies

Star-studded musical hits the silver screen

Happily ever after is not always what it seems, and in Disney’s upcoming movie “Into the Woods,” beloved fairytale characters learn that their wishes come with a cost. Hitting theaters Dec. 25, “Into the Woods,” an adaptation of the stage production, is a contemporary retelling of classic stories that adds a twist on the Brothers Grimm fairytales. Featuring characters…

News Briefs 12/8
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News Briefs 12/8

Edna C. Shalala 5K Run/Walk In honor of University President Donna E. Shalala’s mother, Edna C. Shalala, who passed away this month at the age of 103, a 5K Run/Walk to benefit the Edna C. Shalala Foundation will be held Saturday. The foundation supports the university’s women’s athletics teams. The inaugural 5K will begin at…

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