Audrey Cleary, a University of Miami licensed clinical psychologist, spoke with The Miami Hurricane about why putting your phone down for a bit to focus on the world around you might not sound as bad as you think.
Presidential Shabbats at UM started nearly 10 years ago with "Shabbat Shalala." Now, with a new first family at UM, the tradition continued with "Frenk Knaul Shabbat," where social issues such as injustice and inequality were topics of discussion.
A University of Miami instructor was teaching a business analytics class over Zoom and sharing his screen when students spotted something unexpected-- a pornographic bookmark tab describing college girls.
The bill signed by Governor DeSantis makes texting while driving a primary offense effective July 1, 2019, allowing law enforcement officers to pull over drivers and give a citation solely for texting behind the wheel.
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