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LGBTQ organization remains divided, circulates petition

Amid celebrations for Coming Out Week, a series of events that commemorate the coming-out experience, members of the LGBTQ student organization UPride remain divided...

Organization fights inequality

Actress Emma Watson, known for her role as Hermione in “Harry Potter,” recently endorsed the He-For-She campaign, a United Nations (UN) affiliated campaign addressing...

Candlelight vigil shines light on nationwide sex trafficking

Students held candles to their hearts Monday evening at a candlelight vigil to raise awareness for sex trafficking. The event was sponsored by the...

President’s 100 adopts selective recruitment

Senior Seth Furman has been walking backward as a President’s 100 (P100) tour guide since his freshman year. “The secret is walking on the toes...

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...

Frost alumnus brings talent as the new band director

The University of Miami’s Frost Band of the Hour can be heard playing Daft Punk songs on the intramural field under the leadership of...

S.T.A.N.D. calls upon change in clothing production

The post-Labor Day lull did not stop the members of Students Toward a New Democracy (S.T.A.N.D.), an on-campus social activism club, from submitting a...

Transfer Student Association helps with transitions

Dealing with the stress of college can be tricky, particularly for those transferring schools. Rising senior Andre Buchanan, with the help of some friends, has...

SpectrUM becomes UPride, raises red flag

After almost a decade, UM’s LGBTQ student organization, formerly known as SpectrUM, changed its name to UPride. This decision was met with mixed response...

Law school theater group uses humor for charity

Hilarity for Charity’s (HFC) collegiate program HFC U ranked UM’s School of Law Equity Playhouse No. 7 in the “Elite Eight” list of student...

Junior leads reform organization to equalize education

Junior Mischael Cetoute first realized his life wasn’t fair in sixth grade. There, he was suspended for calling his teacher a “b*tch,” while another student...

Society studies, watches campus’ feathered friends

Sebastian the Ibis is no longer the big bird on campus. With the creation of a university birdwatching club this semester, all of University of...