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Student awarded for work with NGO abroad
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Student awarded for work with NGO abroad

When senior Alice Woods left Cape Town in May 2015 after studying abroad for a semester, she knew she wanted to return. After studying abroad again in spring 2016, she still couldn’t let go of South Africa, so she stayed for three more months. Woods, a geography and ecosystem science major originally from St. Louis,…

Police-involved shooting near campus causes traffic delays
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Police-involved shooting near campus causes traffic delays

Update, Feb. 15:  The suspect has been identified as 21-year-old Richard Grissom-Rodgers. Rodgers was charged with aggravated assault of an officer, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, premeditated murder in the first degree, grand theft of a vehicle, resisting an officer with violence, fleeing police after an incident and driving with a suspended license. A judge…

Hopeful, defiant atmosphere pervades Women’s March
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Hopeful, defiant atmosphere pervades Women’s March

An estimated 1.2 million women, men and children marched through the streets of Washington, D.C. on Saturday. Some expressed frustrations about the up-in-the-air status of women’s healthcare. Others took their young sons and daughters, hoping to show them the power of democracy in action and have them experience a historic moment. The chants and slogans painted…

Student’s death under investigation by Miami-Dade Police
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Student’s death under investigation by Miami-Dade Police

UPDATE. Dec. 16, 2016, 5:11 p.m.: Miami-Dade Police identified the student as 22-year-old Tahir Alikhan Kurji, an industrial engineering and economics major from Tampa, Fla. Kurji was a brother of Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity, according to his Facebook page. Kurji launched his own “student-run, start-up venture,” Canes Student Services, in 2014 to “sell ease-of-mind” to UM…

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