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Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Pravin Patel



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Academic Resource Center enhances experience

Five days a week the Academic Resource Center provides students, parents, faculty and administrators with various different resources to enhance their educational quality and experience as well as their overall experience at the University of Miami.

Tunnel of Oppression highlights global prejudices

At some point, each and every person has faced some form of oppression. This can either be left unopposed and unquestioned, or it can be faced head on.

Shalala rescues ‘abducted’ Invisible Children members at rally

Over 250 attendees, including many University of Miami students and President Donna E. Shalala, spent Saturday afternoon at an international event for political activism: Invisible Children's "The Rescue: of Joseph Koney's Child Soldiers."

De-Tunneling your vision: Tunnel of Oppression set to challenge student viewers

The Tunnel of Oppression, which will be shown at the University Center Flamingo Ballrooms from 4 to 9 p.m. today through Wed., is a nationally recognized program that takes place on more than seventy campuses across the nation. The goal behind the Tunnel is to challenge student's perceptions and beliefs on issues dealing with oppression and hatred.

Sophomore saves Bowling Club

Behind the efforts of sophomore Kristi Mesmer, the Bowling Club has resurged back onto campus.

McClinton tapped into Iron Arrow

Senior guard Jack McClinton scored once again. The three-point specialist earned the highest honor that can be attained at the University of Miami as he was tapped into Iron Arrow on Tuesday evening.

McClinton wins three point shootout

McClinton takes home three-point crown by defeating some of the nation's best three-point shooters, at the 21st Annual State Farm Three-Point Championship.

Patel: Canes football springing into new direction

After wrapping up the Spring session, we know seem to know a couple things about where the football team stands.

Patel: Almost not good enough for basketball team

Miami's inability to perform down the stretch is the reason this team could not live up to expectations.

A night of mayhem

Mayhem hit Noth Miami Beach on Saturday night, as 10 raas (cultural dance) teams from around the nation took center stage.

Making poverty ‘MIA’: UM students prepare for conference to fight poverty

The Miami Poverty Conference, a new initiative at the University of Miami, is a one-day conference that is run through the Butler Center for Volunteer Services & Leadership Development.

Offense looks to Whipple to lead team back to prominence

Miami turns to Mark Whipple to bring explosiveness back to the Hurricane offense.
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