Julie Harans

Find your comfort zone, then step outside it
Opinion

Find your comfort zone, then step outside it

When I first came to UM from my small town in Baltimore, Maryland, it’s safe to say I was a little lost. I was torn between two majors, living independently for the first time and totally unaccustomed to big-city life. Like all students, I was searching for my role in this large, diverse community. I…

Watsco Center reports 82% voter turnout with Clinton lean
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Watsco Center reports 82% voter turnout with Clinton lean

Despite short lines that seemed to indicate low participation on Election Day, 82 percent of eligible voters showed up to cast their ballots at the Watsco Center, Get Out The Vote (GOTV) announced on Facebook Wednesday. This turnout rate ranks at No. 12 of the 784 precincts in Miami-Dade County. Of the 1,613 people who voted for president…

UMTV issues statement apologizing for controversial news package
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UMTV issues statement apologizing for controversial news package

Update, 1:31 p.m., Oct. 4, 2016: UMTV Station Manager Oliver Redsten released a statement about the video package, emphasizing the stations’s commitment to journalistic ethics and objective reporting. “I also want to dispel any notions of bias within UMTV,” the statement continued. “… The hundreds of student journalists who work for UMTV are deeply committed to fairness and impartiality,…

The 10 commandments of tailgating
Edge

The 10 commandments of tailgating

Starting this Saturday, beer-fueled crowds decked out in orange and green will take over the lots outside the newly renamed Hard Rock Stadium. Tailgates are the time to let your Cane spirit run wild, but your experience can take a quick downward turn if you don’t uphold the basic necessities of being a fan. Follow…

Senior Profiles: Tanner Wilfong
Senior Profiles

Senior Profiles: Tanner Wilfong

Tanner Wilfong has made waves on the swimming and diving team, even representing Team USA in Malaysia in 2014 – but his interests extend far beyond the pool. The Pennsylvania-born senior has a passion for the auto industry and a dream of becoming a DJ, and he was also UM’s first openly gay athlete. With a…

Senior Profiles: O’Shane Elliott
Senior Profiles

Senior Profiles: O’Shane Elliott

O’Shane Elliott has made a name for himself both on campus and on national television. At UM, the political science major has held various leadership roles including vice-chair for the Committee on Student Affairs, co-chair of the Black Awareness Month Committee and chair of the 2014 Homecoming Executive Committee. Elliott also appeared on the Food Network…

Seniors enjoy free food, activities during picnic at Lakeside Patio
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Seniors enjoy free food, activities during picnic at Lakeside Patio

The University of Miami experience came full circle for seniors on Sunday, when the Office of the President hosted a picnic reminiscent of the one held during freshman orientation. From 5-7 p.m. on the Lakeside Patio, seniors could enjoy free Shorty’s BBQ, Cold Stone Creamery, giveaways and a photo booth with UM-themed props. According to Director of Student Activities…

Kid Ink to perform at 2016 Hurricane Productions Spring Concert
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Kid Ink to perform at 2016 Hurricane Productions Spring Concert

Update, March 30, 1 p.m.: The exact days for when the Concerts Committee will be tabling in the Breezeway to offer a chance to meet Kid Ink have been added to this article.  Kid Ink will perform at the 2016 Hurricane Productions (HP) Spring Concert, the organization announced through a YouTube video today. The concert…

Try Frenk’s favorite cheese at local spots
Edge, Food

Try Frenk’s favorite cheese at local spots

During a September interview series with soon-to-be-inaugurated President Julio Frenk, TMH got the scoop on everything from his hobbies and early life to his favorite books and music. When asked about his favorite food, President Frenk didn’t hesitate, but his answer was a bit unfamiliar. “I can tell you that right away because I know…

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