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Leadership symposium advocates women’s empowerment
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Leadership symposium advocates women’s empowerment

  Caitlyn Boyle asked women at Saturday’s Women’s Leadership Symposium to consider themselves and their role in the success of businesses. “Think about how many corporations would go bust if women were happy with themselves,” she said. Boyle, the creator of “Operation Beautiful: One Note At a Time,” was the closing speaker at this year’s…

Students volunteer during Homecoming
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Students volunteer during Homecoming

For the first year in its history, Hurricanes Help the Hometown (HHTH) will host an on-campus service event on Tuesday because of Saturday’s football game against Florida State University. The event is usually held on the weekend. As part of the service day, HHTH is taking on a new challenge in the fight against world…

Gables Bike Day raises awareness for biker safety
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Gables Bike Day raises awareness for biker safety

For the first time in its three-year history, Gables Bike Day organizers are creating a bike route connecting the University of Miami campus to Miracle Mile as a way to further encourage participation among UM students and faculty. The annual Gables Bike Day held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 20 is an…

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