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Democratic presidential debate: Sanders holds own against seasoned Clinton, key debate issues remain unexamined
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Democratic presidential debate: Sanders holds own against seasoned Clinton, key debate issues remain unexamined

Following months of fierce and somewhat contentious political backlash and disagreements, the Democratic presidential candidates finally went head-to-head during Tuesday night’s debate, the first in a long race for the coveted party nomination. While Clinton and Sanders made headlines the following morning, the other three candidates failed to gain fresh impetus with the little speaking…

Mars water discovery validates scientific, engineering progress
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Mars water discovery validates scientific, engineering progress

In recent years, the exploration of Mars has been an extremely hot topic in the scientific community. The successful launch and landing of NASA’s Curiosity Rover on the surface of the Red Planet raised hopes of finding resources that could sustain life in the future. On Sept. 28, NASA once again stunned the scientific community by…

Overcrowded GOP debate unfocused, filled with ‘goobledygook’
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Overcrowded GOP debate unfocused, filled with ‘goobledygook’

Round two of the race for the coveted 2016 Republican nomination kicked off Wednesday night, suitably enough, at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California. Each of the Republican hopefuls were there, with the debate divided into two segments—one for the lesser known candidates and one for the more popular ones. While the first segment…

Hillel renovations to add resources
Campus Life, Community, News, Religious Life

Hillel renovations to add resources

In early 2014, the Braman and Miller families joined forces in a philanthropic effort to transform the Jewish community at the University of Miami with a $2.5 million gift designated to UM Hillel. More than a year later, Hillel announced that the Braman Miller Center for Jewish Life, which is currently undergoing construction and renovation, will…

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