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Senior launches app

UM senior Tyler McIntyre has been an entrepreneur from a young age. Now he is using his experience in his latest venture – phone apps. With a friendly, laid-back disposition, McIntyre lives for his work. He wears a T-shirt promoting his newly launched app, Postkard, which allows users to send a physical postcard right from…

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Massage therapy offers students stress relief

Florida isn’t exactly known for its rocky terrain, but the University of Miami has a well-established rock climbing club. Senior Drew Hughes, the club president, has been involved with the club since high school. “I am a commuter student so this was a great way to branch out and meet new people,” he said. Hughes…

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Boxing club hooks in newcomers, veterans

Sometimes you just want to punch somebody in the face. Dozens of students get that chance every week at the UM boxing club. In 1960, the NCAA dropped boxing as a sport, and it subsequently disappeared from campus. But in the last two years, UM boxing has returned as an official club sport with a…

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Senior launches app

UM senior Tyler McIntyre has been an entrepreneur from a young age. Now he is using his experience in his latest venture – phone apps. With a friendly, laid-back disposition, McIntyre lives for his work. He wears a T-shirt promoting his newly launched app, Postkard, which allows users to send a physical postcard right from…

Club hooks in newcomers, veterans
Club/Intramural Sports, Sports

Club hooks in newcomers, veterans

Sometimes you just want to punch somebody in the face. Dozens of students get that chance every week at the UM boxing club. In 1960, the NCAA dropped boxing as a sport, and it subsequently disappeared from campus. But in the last two years, UM boxing has returned as an official club sport with a…

Profiles, Sports

Massage therapy offers students stress relief

Being a college student can be stressful at times; juggling academics and social life is no easy task. The Herbert Wellness Center offers a special service that can help – though not a lot of students have taken advantage of it.

Ever since the center’s opening in January 1996, massage therapy from licensed therapists has been offered to members of the community, faculty, staff and students.

Campus Life, News

Vitality U strives to aim weight training at women

The hallway in the main fitness room at the Wellness Center is often the dividing line between two worlds. Look left and you see the world of weight training, filled with men trying to bulk up. Look right and you notice women sweating during cardiovascular training. Vitality U, a student-driven program at the center, hopes…

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