Rebecca Zimmer

Kappa Kutz for donations

Kappa Kutz for donations

Monday, September 20th, UM’s chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi hosted “Kappa Kutz.” Freshmen males were invited for a free haircut by Steven Rivera, owner of Get Right Kutz in downtown Miami. Rivera is also known as the UM football team’s barber.


SAE vandalism update

Graffiti was found on the walls and on the breezeway walls between the main house and the rear portion of the property in yellowish paint, which contained the initials of other fraternities and other vulgar words indicating a certain part of a female body.


Office of Disability Services lends a hand

Thierry Djemmo, a rising senior business major, is an A student who always takes notes in his classes. In his Finance 320 last semester, however, he was not just taking notes for himself, but also for another student in the class— someone he didn’t even know. Djemmo is one of about 500 students across the…


Healthy vending machines the new trend

Healthy vending machines have revolutionized snacking. Chips and cookies are no longer the only option. Now, anyone can choose from a variety of fruits or vegetables. Jan. 29 marked the unveiling of the new healthy vending machines on campus. “I think it’s a good thing,” said Brody Shulman, then a second-year law student. “I have…


New smoking fee may help to kick the habit

Beginning in the fall, a $50 per semester surcharge will be added to the university health insurance plan of students who smoke. Students will need to fill out a form on myUM stating whether they are a smoker. Those who confirm that they are smokers, as well as those who do not fill out the…

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