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Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Viewpoints: Two students on abortion’s impact on women

“I as a man will never know what it’s like to be a woman who is at the precipice of her life, at the precipice of her career ... who suddenly finds herself in an unplanned pregnancy. But I do know what it’s like to be her son.”

Two UM School of Law professors appointed to the Biden administration

Two University of Miami School of Law professors have been appointed to serve the Biden administration. Professor Caroline Bettinger-Lopez and Professor John Mark Newman will serve as leaders in the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

Student government elections have commenced

Student government elections will be taking place until Thursday, Feb. 24, with open positions including president, vice president, treasurer and senate seats.

oSTEM holds rally against “Don’t Say Gay” bill

As students walked to and from classes Thursday afternoon, a group of students, teachers and administrators gathered at The Rock on campus to protest a recent bill in the Florida Legislature.

Senior Landon Coles: ‘Not a moment, a movement’

Student government president, Landon Coles, is on mission to leave a lasting legacy of service, inspiration and style.

UM students and faculty protest Texas abortion ban as Florida legislature...

Since a Texas law banning abortions more than six weeks into a pregnancy went into effect on Sept.1, activists, abortion providers and various members...

Coral Gables elects Vince Lago as new mayor

Lago defeated candidates Patricia Keon and Jackson Rip Holmes, earning about 60 percent of approximately 10,000 votes cast.

Meet Miami-Dade County’s first female mayor

“It's time to have a leader at the helm of our county that can bring people together, which is a trademark of Daniela’s, who's a collaborator,” said Senior Campaign Advisor Christian Ulvert. “When she sees a problem, she runs to it and brings people together to solve it together. That's how she started Catalyst Miami.”

Professor Q&A: Why do we have an Electoral College?

In the wake of the election, The Hurricane sat down with Max Fraser, an associate history professor at UM, to discuss the history of the electoral college and its potential future.

UM professors discuss claims of voter fraud

“There is no credible evidence of voter fraud. Period.”

Florida 2020 Recap: Former UM President Donna Shalala loses House seat

Democrats in Florida lost big on Election Day, with the state moving firmly to the right in elections for president and Congress, including an unexpected unseating of South Florida Reps. Donna Shalala (D-27) and Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (D-26).

UM College Republicans members make racist comments during club meeting

A viral social media post shows screenshots of University of Miami College Republicans making racist comments during a club meeting via Zoom directed at Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris on the eve of the election.