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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Jasmine Henderson

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Students find efficiency in unique transportation

With so many different buildings spread across campus, the average Cane covers a lot of ground in a full day with class, jobs, extra-curricular activities and just time hanging out with friends. Students rush from one place to the next, mostly on foot, but some find more efficient ways of traveling throughout campus.

Getting back into the swing of things

As a result of attending the University of Miami I think it’s safe to say that our spring break is better than anyone else’s. The hard part about spring break is the week after when you have to go back to being a normal student.

Author relates to campus diversity

Wes Moore will kick off this year’s Black Awareness Month (BAM) celebration Feb. 1 with a speech in the BankUnited Center’s Hurricane 100 Room.

If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Join ‘Em… Then Fix What You Don’t Like

In my three years at the University of Miami, I’ve noticed that every time there’s a school wide event there is a plethora of complaints to go along. Whether it’s before, during, or after the event complaints from students will surely come. I get it. It’s life.

“Life As We Know It” heartwarming but predictable

“Life As We Know It” is this season’s best romantic comedy with just enough drama to make your heart melt and just enough hilarity to make you forget about the dramatics. Although it’s wholly predictable, the film is still charming and warm.

Alternative modes of travel

With so many different buildings spread across campus, the average Cane covers a lot of ground in a full day with class, jobs, extra-curricular activities and just time hanging out with friends. Students rush from one place to the next, mostly on foot, but some find more efficient ways of traveling throughout campus.

Students help sick children’s wishes come true

Wishmakers on Campus is a new organization that is overseen by the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s South Florida division. It raises funds to grant the wishes of children who suffer from life-threatening illnesses.

Student volunteers get real-world experience from the Super Bowl

The National Football League is allowing over 35 qualified students from the School of Communication and the School of Education to volunteer at the Super Bowl. The students will help out with the event's media presentation and public relations during the game and have even begun early volunteer work at the Broward Convention Center.

Richter to extend hours earlier

The library will start its 24 hour schedule early this semester. If enough students use these days, the library could make this schedule permanent.

Cuban clubs hold phone drive

The Federation of Cuban Students (FEC) and Students United for a Free Cuba (CAUSA) are holding a charity drive to collect old cell phones from students at the University of Miami

A librarian and an artist

Gilda Santana is an artist at heart who always found sanctuary at libraries. “I’ve always felt comfortable with the two,” Santana said. Her office, decorated with artwork...

Special Collection: Boom and Bust

The exhibit running at the Richter Library examines the Great Depression and the effects it had on the university.
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