Nina Ruggiero


International Week celebrates diversity

One student organization tries to spread a message to the university community through a week of events: When love and cultural diversity join forces, anything is possible. For the first week of April 2010, the Council of International Students and Organizations (COISO) took over the UC Patio with its annual event, International Week. COISO is…

Clinton addresses how to correctly aid Haiti

Clinton addresses how to correctly aid Haiti

It was a weekend to remember at the University of Miami, where over 1,000 students from all over the world gathered to commit themselves to taking action on global issues. As a part of the third annual Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) Meeting, which included workshops, a service project in Homestead and plenary sessions…


Be Seen Being Green College Music Tour kicks off at UM

April is now officially Be Seen Being Green month in Miami Beach, and the movement to encourage practical green living is coming to the Storer Auditorium this Thursday. Persia White, animal welfare and environmental activist and actress from the top rated African American television show Girlfriends, will host a seminar from 3:30 to 7 p.m.

Power shifts to new hands

Power shifts to new hands

The University of Miami welcomed its new student government president Tuesday night as Lionel Moise handed over the title to Christina Farmer at the annual Student Government Inauguration and Banquet.

Wynwood: Miami’s art hotspot

Wynwood: Miami’s art hotspot

Wynwood holds on to its working-class image, but the city’s efforts are notable. In the heart of the district lies a 645,000-square-foot retail development called the Shops at Midtown Miami, built in 2007. The development is comprised of over 30 stores and eateries including Loehmann’s, Marshalls, Target and Five Guys Burgers and Fries.

New vice president elected, remaining positions up for grabs

New vice president elected, remaining positions up for grabs

The race for student government president is not over yet for juniors Christina Farmer and Shahzain Malik. In order to be elected to the executive board, a candidate must have 50 percent plus one votes of the total cast. Of the 1,752 students who voted in this election, UFirst’s Farmer received 749 votes and All for U’s Malik received 535. A run-off election will take place March 1-3.

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