Emily Dabau

Bus handling dampens game day
Opinion

Bus handling dampens game day

During Saturday’s football game against Virginia Tech, the student buses to campus began returning at halftime. But in the midst of the rainy and windy night, there was much disorder. The discomfort of the rain made students want to leave the game early, even though the university has been trying to encourage us to stay…

Homecoming celebration to bring campus together
News

Homecoming celebration to bring campus together

Homecoming, a campus-wide celebration bringing together students and alumni, kicks off this week. The Miami Hurricane chatted with Karam Alawa, homecoming chair, by email, to discuss this year’s Homecoming and the different events that will be taking place. The Miami Hurricane: What is Homecoming 2013? Karam Alawa: Homecoming, the largest event of the year, is…

Breaking News: Student media referendum passes
News, Student Government

Breaking News: Student media referendum passes

Student Government election results were announced this afternoon at the Rock. Student senators have been selected, and the student media referendum passed with exceeding results. Students have strongly supported the idea to increase the student activity fee by $6 in order to provide funds for the Miami Hurricane and WVUM. With the funds provided, The…

Student Government elections extended by one day
News, Student Government

Student Government elections extended by one day

Student Government (SG) elections began Monday and were planned to continue until Wednesday, providing five hours each day to vote, which is required by a SG constitutional rule. Results were originally planned to be announced Wednesday afternoon, but unexpected technical issues arose on Monday. According to SG Press Secretary, Adam Orshan, there were problems with…

Festival Miami to feature Grammy-winning performers
Campus Life, News

Festival Miami to feature Grammy-winning performers

Grammy-winning artists Gloria Estefan and Joshua Bell will perform alongside student musicians and faculty at the Frost School of Music’s annual Festival Miami concert series. A month-long event, Festival Miami begins Tuesday and is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Many of the performances will be held at the University of Miami’s Gusman Concert Hall. The concert…

Campus Life, News

Canes care for the community at Orientation Outreach

More than 200 freshmen spent part of their Labor Day weekend helping the community. They participated in Orientation Outreach, the first of the University’s seven service days. The Butler Center for Service and Leadership organized this effort with first-year students in mind, but welcomed all students to join. The outreach offered students the opportunity to…

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