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Macaws on campus ‘awesome’ but noisy
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Macaws on campus ‘awesome’ but noisy

The Red and Gold Macaws are native to Central and South America, but have made their home in the treetops around the University of Miami’s Lake Osceola and the UC Rock. Their brightly colored feathers and loud calls capture the attention of any passerby.

First Ocean Awareness Week begins today
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First Ocean Awareness Week begins today

Rho Rho Rho, the Marine and Atmospheric Science Honor Society hope to spread awareness about marine issues by hosting its first Ocean Awareness Week this week, from Monday through Saturday to promote preservation of the Earth’s Oceans.

Fast food culture changed by ‘slow food’ movement
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Fast food culture changed by ‘slow food’ movement

Slow Food International, a non-profit grassroots organization, was founded in 1989 to counteract fast food and spread awareness about how food affects the consumer as well as the environment. The organization aims to promote the consumption of fresh, high-quality local foods that are produced using safe and fair practices.  Donna Reno, leader of Slow Food’s…

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Students give away First Amendment rights for food

Senior Pauline Delva came to the School of Communication Common Ground Courtyard Tuesday for a free lunch. Just as she sat down to eat, she was told that she had signed away her First Amendment rights.   Delva got up and left. “If we had known, we wouldn’t have come in here, especially if we…

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