Megan Terilli

Red Road Commons sees heightened security

Red Road Commons sees heightened security

Many students renting at Red Road Commons on 57th Avenue and 66th Street near the campus are finding that the landlord’s rules can be a bit strict and pesky too, as they live under the watchful eyes of the management and its live-in security.


UM ranked #47 in “Best Colleges”

Sorry Gators, the University of Miami is officially the number one school in Florida according to the 2011 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s annual “Best Colleges in America” issue. The rankings, which were released Tuesday at midnight, put UM on top for the first time, followed by UF and FSU in the state….


Rhodes finalist passionate about studies

Kartik Telukuntla, a recent alumnus who majored in biology and political science at the University of Miami, was named one of 216 finalists in 2009 for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford University in England. Each year more than 1,500 students embark upon the rigorous Rhodes application process by first requesting the endorsement…

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