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Ibis shutter art stands strong

“We will not be afraid.” This is the message that artist Beau Bradbury sent to Miami when his mural, 'You Don’t Scare Us Irma,' went...

University protocol, morale put to the test during Irma’s historic wrath

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Arts departments shuffle around dates, resources to accommodate after Irma

For two and a half weeks the University of Miami has been on a hiatus. Every class, extracurricular activity and event scheduled during that...

Student hotspots survive Hurricane Irma

When the University of Miami canceled classes Sept. 6, UM students and faculty were advised to evacuate. Over two and a half weeks later,...

Academic calendar adjustments are a merciful approach to a disruptive hurricane

Two weeks have passed since the fiercest storm in recent memory scraped through South Florida, leaving debris littered throughout the region and many Floridians...

Focus on resiliency, community strength after Irma

Working on post-hurricane coverage in the newsroom last week, I heard a staffer yell, “We should be out of rain by now,” as Miami’s...

To create lasting hurricane relief, think short-term and long-term

Following the devastation from three major hurricanes in the past two months, it isn't surprising to see a number of relief efforts cropping up...

Disconnection offers a chance for deeper connection during a storm

As a hurricane approaches, essential goods and commodities vanish. First, water disappears off stocked shelves. Then, it’s the gasoline; red plastic coverings hang on...

Freshmen, prospective students reflect on Hurricane Irma

Many factors contribute to a student's decision of where to attend college, but natural disasters probably aren't among them. However, for freshmen at UM...

Finances, family obligations discourage commuters from evacuating

Hurricane Irma interrupted the lives of all UM students but especially commuters, who spent the days leading up to the storm preparing for the...

Hurricanes football represents resilience and community in Miami

The Hurricanes were exhausted. Their offense struggled, their defense fell out of sync, status of star running back Mark Walton’s injured ankle teetered in limbo...

Back-to-back hurricanes ravage UM students’ home countries

For most University of Miami students who reside in the United States, the main concern in anticipation of Hurricane Irma was evacuate and safety...