The No. 21 ranked Hurricanes (5-3) recorded season lows in points, field goal percentage (21.7%) and assists, with just four in the loss to the No. 14 ranked Hoosiers.
“I was under the impression that I could live all four years on campus under the same price. Now, I get that they’re trying to make the living space more luxurious, I guess, but the pricing for this is not for everyone.”
While students were at home feasting on Thanksgiving leftovers, the women’s basketball team hosted a tournament at the Watsco Center this past weekend.
“Everything is coming right after the other,” said Dominique. “Students should be using the break to take a breather and spend time with family, but because of the tightness of this year’s fall calendar, we’re basically forced to study and work on homework throughout the break.”
“Obviously a very, very dark night,” Miami head coach Manny Diaz said. “One of the lowest points ever in this proud program’s history.”
As Native American students with heritage in Chickasaw, Choctaw, Cherokee and Seminole nations, sisters Allison and Sarah Cawthon expressed great concern with Iron Arrow and its practices, which Allison Cawthon deemed “huge cultural appropriation and misappropriation.”
A University of Miami student recently took to social media after she was served raw chicken by the on-campus dining vendor, Burger305. On Wed. Nov. 13, Lizette Rosa, a junior majoring in health science and sociology, found herself eating two out of three chicken tenders she was served, which she described as “pink,” “squishy” and…
Most of us are familiar with the concept of six degrees of separation- the idea is that anyone on the planet can be connected to anyone else in just six steps. However, in a mere two steps, anyone on campus can be connected to someone who has banged a member of the football team.
The John Mackey Award recognizes college football’s most outstanding tight end each season. Kellen Winslow II, the troubled former Miami tight end who won the award in 2003, is the only Hurricane to ever win.