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Alpha Sigma Phi to move out of 5800 San Amaro
Greek Life, News

Alpha Sigma Phi to move out of 5800 San Amaro

Alpha Sigma Phi  fraternity (Alpha Sig) announced that it is leaving its house at 5800 San Amaro Drive after two and a half years due to “repeated ethical, legal and financial differences” with the owners of the house, associated with UM’s now-removed chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity (Pike). In the statement released Tuesday evening by Brian Barnett,…

Dewi Weber aims to master golf while redefining it
Golf, Profiles, Sports

Dewi Weber aims to master golf while redefining it

Dewi Weber is a prominent force in the golfing world with a dream of playing in the 2020 Olympics. She consistently places in the top-10 individual rankings, propelling the University of Miami to No. 15 in the country. But the 20-year-old Netherlands native has a larger goal in mind: redefining the sport itself. “Playing golf is not about me…

Iron Arrow continues deeply rooted traditions with new members
Campus Life, News

Iron Arrow continues deeply rooted traditions with new members

Once a semester, persistent drumming echoes from the Green and campus leaders  march around in colorful patchwork jackets. This signifies tapping season for UM’s most prestigious honor society, Iron Arrow, which inducted 41 people into its ranks last week. The jackets are easily identifiable on campus, but the significance of the colorful, unique patterns rooted…

Multicultural Student Affairs offices relocate to UC second floor
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Multicultural Student Affairs offices relocate to UC second floor

The office of Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) has relocated to a new home in the Whitten University Center (UC). The office was previously located in Rhodes House, which will be demolished in the near future to make space for the university’s $155 million housing project. The new location on the second floor of the UC…

Unlimited wins election, HP Concerts referendum passes
Academics, Administration, Campus Life, Community, News, Student Government

Unlimited wins election, HP Concerts referendum passes

Update, 11:00 p.m., March 1: Additional quotes were added from HP Concerts Chair Kyle Rubin, SG Elections Commission Chair Claudia Nunes, Unlimited campaign manager Robert Renfro and outgoing SG President Vikesh Patel. A version of this story ran in print on March 2.  Student Government election results were announced Wednesday. The victories install Unlimited as the…

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