The top-tier fraternities’ brotherly love is reinforced by proverbs such as, “If you snitch, I snitch.” This code of conduct will apply to those hosting continuous illegal parties on-and off-campus during a worldwide pandemic.
Mid-week notes: CB Christian Williams enters transfer portal, depth chart changes and Top 25 ranking
After defeating UAB last Thursday, the Hurricanes are ranked No. 17 in the AP Top 25 college football poll, the team’s highest ranking since 2018.
It’s a phenomenon that demonstrates how people’s outer appearances can affect their mental processes, and it’s been a topic of scientific discussion for years. But, where does it fit now that students are learning from the comfort of their bedrooms?
October is just around the corner, and it’s never too early to get in the spirit.
The September 8 article in The Miami Hurricane extensively quoted from the lawsuit and an interview with the employee, Ricardo Arnau, who has fashioned himself as a self-proclaimed “whistleblower” by bringing alleged code violations to light.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
The redshirt senior quarterback accounted for 141 passing yards and 83 rushing yards, with one passing touchdown and one rushing touchdown. In doing so, he kept alive his FBS record streak of 16 consecutive games with both a passing and rushing touchdown.
University of Miami students recently moved into Lakeside Village, the new $153 million housing project that has state-of-the-art construction, landscaping, and, according to a lawsuit, code violations that could “result in life-threatening danger to students.”
UM contract workers, faculty stage ‘die-in’ protest demanding response from administration over safety concerns amid the pandemic
Many of the protestors laid down to symbolize dead bodies, holding signs that represent gravestones that called on UM to take action. Faculty members chanted, “I cannot teach if I die,” and “my students are getting sick.”
Three days after University of Miami’s president, Julio Frenk, sat for a contentious live interview on national television where he was pressed about the total number of Covid-19 cases at UM and refused to answer, UM has updated it’s Covid-19 dashboard to display cumulative statistics. However, the numbers are different than previously reported, raising more questions.
“I think we are just a little bit of a more connected team then we were a year ago.” Diaz said. “It has to do with people..I think that’s part of it. When you’re establishing a culture, sometimes it’s not for everybody.”