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Sunday, October 24, 2021

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.

How extra year of eligibility will impact UM’s student athletes

But relief came for these student-athletes, and not just those who were facing an early exit from athletics, as the council voted to extend eligibility to all spring sport athletes, regardless of year in the program. This decision effectively grants all spring student-athletes a redshirt for the suspended 2020 season.

3 simple, tasty recipes to make quarantine a little sweeter

Even the most amateur of bakers can throw together these easy and delicious desserts.

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.

Administration’s coronavirus communication efforts stir mixed reactions

While many students praised UM for supporting students through this difficult situation, some said they wished the administration was more proactive and clear in their communications.

Introducing The Hurricane’s newest blog: ‘Canes Covering Coronavirus’

The Miami Hurricane staff isn’t taking a break during quarantine. In fact, we think it’s more important than ever to double down on our passions for quality journalism and unique storytelling.

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.

No gym, no problem: Working out when you can’t leave home

Your social life might suffer right now, but your workout routine doesn't have to. In fact, maybe LIV closing down was one of the best things to happen to your fitness regimen in a long time.

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.

Entry five: A guide to an unexpected self-quarantine

Last day of quarantine! I’m so glad that I did not catch coronavirus when I left Italy. Fourteen days really feels like an eternity, but it’s much better than risking getting sick.

UM announces changes to commencement schedule

The University of Miami announced Thursday morning that all spring undergraduate, graduate and law commencement ceremonies will be postponed until December 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreak. The Miller School of Medicine will host a virtual commencement ceremony Saturday, May 9, 2020, at 3 p.m. EST.

Coronavirus f**ked up my sex life

While classes can survive online, my sex life cannot. The administration’s decision to shut down campus has drastically affected my hopes for any kind of action for the remainder of the semester.