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Gallery: Election 2016

The Miami Hurricane’s staff worked to report around the clock on all the election happenings on campus. Below are a selection of photos from our coverage. To see more photos, check out our Facebook album.

Podcast: From the newsroom, female staffers react to election
CMA2017, Election 2016, Opinion

Podcast: From the newsroom, female staffers react to election

After Republican nominee Donald Trump won the presidential election after a historic upset on Nov. 8, five of The Miami Hurricane’s editors and staff members sat down to talk about election results and personal first reactions the following day. Play the full discussion here:   Highlights First reactions Annie Cappetta, Opinion Editor: 1:55 “I had been a big Hillary…

Triumph, defeat simultaneously sweep divided campus
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Triumph, defeat simultaneously sweep divided campus

It was the day after one of the most unprecedented wins in the history of the United States. Republican businessman Donald Trump handily defeated Democratic nominee and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to become the 45th president. Vocal Trump supporters on campus celebrated with chants and cheers louder than those usually filling the College…

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