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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Entry three: A guide to an unexpected self-quarantine

Everyone will struggle through these challenging times. It is what it is. It’s so important to remember that this will not last forever; quarantine will be over one day.

Student government president on how to be ‘socially responsible’ during pandemic

I am writing to you about ways you can be proactive to keep yourself and fellow Canes safe and to remind you of some important resources available at UM.

Life on campus continues despite partial shutdown

“It’s like things have come to a stop,” Foust said. “Campus definitely misses its students. I know a lot of people are having a hard time being at home because they miss campus, but it’s sad being one of the only people left here.”

Understanding the ‘Zoom Boom’: Videoconferencing, Zoom University and zoombombings

As declarations of stay-at-home orders begin to rise and social distancing continues to be enforced, Zoom has become a cultural phenomenon. Many people use the app to host religious services, parties, lectures and musical shows.

Member of medical campus community tests positive for coronavirus

University Communications sent out an email Tuesday night informing students that a member of the medical campus community has tested positive for coronavirus.

Entry six: A guide to an unexpected self-quarantine

Even though my 14 day quarantine is done, it’s really not over. It seems that we better get comfy in our homes because we’re not going anywhere for a long time.

Rep. Donna Shalala offers her take on coronavirus pandemic

Congresswoman Donna Shalala, a public health expert herself, has been outspoken during the coronavirus pandemic, calling for better leadership from President Donald Trump, as well as Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.

An update from the Hurricane: We’re still here for you

The Miami Hurricane will continue delivering accurate and relevant information to the UM community, furthering the same mission we've had since our inception 90 years ago.

Students hurry back from UGalapagos program after Ecuador closes its borders

With 72 hours to evacuate, students in the UGalapagos program scrambled to book the last flights out of Ecuador, as the nation shut its borders due to coronavirus concerns.

An introvert’s thoughts on handling the quaran-times

Going back home and being confined there made me realize just how much I had gotten used to the feeling of being outside and around people.

A senior’s perspective on the global pandemic

I’ve lived in Miami my whole life and it’s shocking and deeply unsettling to see such a bustling city entirely stop in its tracks.

More study-abroad students called home from Europe

“I feel like this is the only time in my life where I can travel for a long period of time with my best friends. I was looking forward to it so much, and I was having the best experience, and I never expected anything like this to happen.”