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Thrifty and nifty: Miami proves to be bargainers’ haven

Whether it’s the thrill of the hunt, the buzz of a bargain or the untold treasures that can be revealed, there’s nothing like a...

Thrifty and nifty

For every rainy Saturday when you don’t feel like fighting crowds at the mall and for every shopping urge you might have while your credit card’s maxed out, it’s thrift stores to the rescue. Here’s a guide a few local favorites that may smell a little funky, but are known for producing fantastic finds.

Ditch the beach, hit the road for a long strange trip

Just because you've experienced Miami doesn't mean you've experienced Florida. Ditch the beach and hit the road. Plan a weekend road trip and embrace...

A long strange trip

Plan a weekend road trip and embrace the kitschiest corners of the Sunshine State.

Friends named finalists for island internship

UM senior Sandy Florez and FIU junior Deborah Nuñez are finalists for an internship opportunity many would kill to have.

Nuclear concerns rise in Japan aftermath

About 28 miles south of the University of Miami, on a tiny jetty called Turkey Point, the St. Lucie Power Plant has already proved its resilience in the face of a category 5 hurricane.

Thrifty and nifty

For every rainy Saturday when you don’t feel like fighting crowds at the mall, and for every shopping urge you might have while your credit card’s maxed out it’s thrift stores to the rescue. Here’s a guide a few local favorites that may smell a little funky, but are known for producing fantastic finds.

The road to a diploma can be a bumpy one

Graduation rates at UM have been on the rise since the 90s. In 1991, 58 percent of the undergraduate class earned their degree in six years or less, while in 2003 80 percent graduated.

ProcrastiNation: Old Habits Might Make Studying Harder

Everyone has individualized study skills and different ways of getting work done, but recent studies have shown that some of the old tried and true study methods that many students swear by are actually ineffective.

Getaway car from Bank of America heist found

The red Mustang the two men used to escape in belonged to Uscamayta and was found Saturday at an apartment complex near the bank.

Hurry ‘Canes shuttle tangles with SUV

On a rainy Tuesday morning at approximately 10:55 a.m. a Hurry ‘Canes shuttle, filled to capacity with students heading to class, crashed into a black SUV driven by a UM student.

Battle for the Bucket against the Seminoles

Last year UM took home the bucket trophy, raising 328 more pints of blood than FSU. This year the organizers are hoping to keep the trophy in Miami by donating between 340 and 345 pints. FSU raised about 150 pints of blood last year.
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