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Huffington talks new book, success tips
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Huffington talks new book, success tips

On Tuesday, Chair, President and Editor-in-Chief of the Huffington Post Media Group Arianna Huffington visited the University of Miami to discuss her 14th book, “Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder.” She spoke to members of student media and answered questions about how to succeed in…

Professor takes different approach to elementary math
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Professor takes different approach to elementary math

A new after-school program that aims to make math education more effective and enjoyable has reconnected UM with a local elementary school. Jennifer Langer-Osuna, a School of Education professor, is working on a research project at West Lab Elementary School that looks into how kids work together to solve math problems. The School of Education…

UMAB springs into service
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UMAB springs into service

While most students use the week of spring break to sit back, relax and tan by the beach, the members of University of Miami Alternate Breaks (UMAB) take the time to focus on social justice issues. The idea of an “alternative break” is not something that is unique to UM’s campus. UMAB is a chapter…

Junior combats clause that limits access to care
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Junior combats clause that limits access to care

Junior Audrey Winkelsas was not going to let spinal muscular atrophy, a form of muscular dystrophy, stop her from attending the University of Miami. Before college, she depended on friends and family to help care for her. Originally from Apopka, Fla., a suburb outside of Orlando, she requested 24-hour, attendant care through Medicaid for her…

Campus can help with petition
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Campus can help with petition

Three-quarters of the way into her junior year, 21-year-old Audrey Winkelsas has found her educational opportunities interrupted. Winkelsas has spinal muscular atrophy, and since moving to south Florida to attend the University of Miami, she has had 24-hour Medicaid-funded care to provide her with assistance as she pursues her education in spite of her disability….

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