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ACS, FEC presidents named Homecoming King and Queen
Homecoming 2014, News

ACS, FEC presidents named Homecoming King and Queen

Seniors Erika Glass and Daniel Acosta, representing Federacion de los Estudiantes Cubanos (FEC) and Association of Commuter Students respectively, were announced king and queen of the Homecoming’s King and Queen Superhero Showdown in the SAC ballrooms Wednesday night. This year’s Homecoming court also includes junior Tequille Jackson, representing United Black Students as the prince, and freshman Jennifer Cooke, representing Stanford Residential…

O-Cheer winners take a trip to outer space, dance to Katy Perry’s ‘E.T.’
Featured, Homecoming 2014, News

O-Cheer winners take a trip to outer space, dance to Katy Perry’s ‘E.T.’

The Alpha Delta Pi (ADPi) and Kappa Sigma team won the Homecoming Organized Cheer (O-Cheer) competition Tuesday night. O-Cheer performances resemble mini-musicals, except without singing and lots of dancing. This year’s O-Cheer event, held on the UC Patio, required organizations to come up with seven-minute skits using specific toys from Toy Story, like Barbie and Mr. Potato Head, to tell stories that showcased…

‘American Promise’ addresses racial issues in education
Culture, Movies

‘American Promise’ addresses racial issues in education

Imagine a child asking if he would be better off as another race, and being unable to respond because the answer is yes. After the Homecoming opening ceremonies Thursday night, students headed to the Cosford Cinema for a screening of the documentary “American Promise,” and joined in on a discussion with Michele Stephenson, one of the filmmakers. The film challenges America’s…

U.N. Day sparks conversation
Campus Life, Community, News

U.N. Day sparks conversation

Model U.N. and the Council of International Students and Organizations (COISO) threw a celebration for the United Nations’ (U.N.)  69th birthday in the University Center Breezeway Friday afternoon. The celebration featured a few of the U.N.’s millennium goals, including universal primary education, hunger and poverty, sustainability and gender equality. Each goal had its own station,…

Diabetes awareness event provides free testing
Campus Life, Health, News

Diabetes awareness event provides free testing

In an effort to raise awareness of the risks associated with diabetes, the  University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies partnered with the American Diabetes Association (ADA) to host the second annual UStop Diabetes event on the Lakeside Patio Wednesday afternoon. UStop Diabetes served as a “no excuse” event. It provided free testing…

‘Dating Doctor’ named fall speaker
Campus Life, News

‘Dating Doctor’ named fall speaker

A real-life incarnation of Will Smith’s character in the movie “Hitch” will be visiting the University of Miami Tuesday night. David Coleman, who calls himself the “Dating Doctor,” will be this year’s Student Government (SG) fall speaker. Each year, the fall speaker event revolves around a different theme. This year, the theme is health and…

Backpacks aplenty bring mental health awareness
Featured, News

Backpacks aplenty bring mental health awareness

Students stopped in their tracks Thursday when they saw more than 1,000 bookbags strewn across the Foote Green as part of the Send Silence Packing campaign for suicide prevention. Send Silence Packing is a traveling campaign that uses 1,100 donated backpacks as a visual representation of each college student who dies by suicide every year….

Tour highlights campus architecture
Campus Life, News

Tour highlights campus architecture

Carie Penabad, a professor in the School of Architecture, will lead a tour of the campus’ oldest buildings Friday afternoon. The walking tour will start at Stanford Residential College and loop around to the oldest buildings on campus, including Merrick and the original wooden administration building located near the Knight Physics Building and the arboretum….

Gender issues at forefront
Campus Life, News

Gender issues at forefront

Ted Bunch, the co-founder of the national men’s organization “A Call to Men,” introduced the concept of the “man box,” the set of ingredients that make up a man, during a presentation Tuesday night. “A Call to Men” is a national men’s organization that addresses domestic and sexual violence. Despite its name, the event was…

A Guide to International Cuisine
Culture, Food

A Guide to International Cuisine

The allure of a diverse and global college experience has drawn many students to the university, as it was ranked No. 1 in cultural diversity by The Princeton Review in 2011. While meeting people on campus who are from all around the world is a great way to gain from this experience, local restaurants provide…

Safety fair sheds light on reality of distracted driving
Crime and Safety, News, Video

Safety fair sheds light on reality of distracted driving

UMPD and Miss UM helped educate the University of Miami’s student body about the importance of practicing safe driving at the safety fair Thursday afternoon on the Rock. The safety fair, which included educational games and information, focused on the topics of alcohol and texting. “The safety fair, in addition to general awareness, is also dealing with distracted driving…

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