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Vegetarian-friendly option to open next semester
Campus Life, News

Vegetarian-friendly option to open next semester

For vegetarians living on campus, dining options can quickly grow stale, particularly for those with a meal plan. However, vegetarians and the rest of the University of Miami’s population will have a new dining option when they return to school in January, with the introduction of Tossed to the food court. Tossed, a food vendor…

Simulation prepares campus for Ebola crisis
Featured, News, Science and Technology

Simulation prepares campus for Ebola crisis

Students dressed in coveralls, blue gloves and face masks rushed to help those frantically calling for help during an Ebola disaster preparedness simulation Saturday at the University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies. The simulation aimed to train students on the procedures for disease emergency protocol. The training was set up as an…

FEC, ACS, UBS move on to Alma Mater Finals
Featured, Homecoming 2014, News

FEC, ACS, UBS move on to Alma Mater Finals

Federacion de Estudiantes Cubanos (FEC), Association of Commuter Students (ACS) and United Black Students (UBS) have moved on to perform in the Alma Mater Finals in which competing organizations perform creative versions of the alma mater Thursday. One of the most popular events during Homecoming Week, the preliminary round of the Alma Mater Competition was…

III Points Festival unites music, art and technology
Culture, Featured, Music

III Points Festival unites music, art and technology

III Points Festival took place in Wynwood’s SOHO Studios for the second year from Oct. 10 to 12. Originating as an effort to bring together music, art and technology in the South Florida community, III Points attracted headliners such as Lykke Li, Flying Lotus, Duke Dumont and Jaime XX. In between acts, festival-goers could explore the…

Pen and Sword begins debating
News, Profiles, Student Organization

Pen and Sword begins debating

The Pen & Sword Society, a new student organization at the University of Miami, aims to provide students with the opportunity to engage in friendly intellectual discussions outside of class. Patrick Quinlan, a junior studying international studies, founded the club to create a space for students to freely discuss issues of societal importance. Quinlan explained…

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