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Sunday, August 1, 2021

All-day breakfast spot Daybreak opens Monday at Lakeside Village

The restaurant will offer all-day breakfast options and features modern, waffle-themed decor.

UM student charged with child pornography distribution, possession

A University of Miami student was arrested on Dec. 9 for possession and distribution of child pornography.

3 frats suspended, 1 removed from campus

These mark the first suspensions of the semester after months of partying by Greek Life organizations.

UM instructor resigns after TikTok of pornographic bookmark goes viral

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.

‘Cycle Sesh’ raises money for Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center

“Being a part of this event means I can challenge myself and also be a part bigger community that’s fighting towards finding a cure."

A look back on the lives lost and changed by COVID-19

After more than a year of living with COVID-19, students share their stories of hardship and grief as the U.S. continues its march toward 600,000 deaths.

UM’s newest dining option Daybreak receives positive feedback after first week

Daybreak was inspired by popular Tasty videos and designed to offer new dining options in a fun and creative way. All menu items are under $8 and can be paid for using the dining dollars provided in the university’s meal plans.

Landscape of Coral Gables, UM rapidly changing in face of urbanization

Though Coral Gables may fall prey to high living costs like all urban cities do, not everyone thinks it should lose its historical fingerprint.

Student Government candidates promote diverse platforms, ideas

Empower U “The purpose of leadership is not necessarily just to accomplish goals, it is to help other people accomplish their goals. Because when that...

Possible senate seat for student employees to open

“This year there have been multiple instances of student employees not feeling satisfied with various aspects of their employment or how their duties shifted with the pandemic."

UM victim of cyber-attack, student information potentially compromised

The University of Miami was the victim of a cyber-attack and now subsequent ransom request. The news was first reported by Bleepingcomputer.com.

Campus ministries prepare services for Easter weekend

Events include spiritual and secular celebrations, from the Stations of the Cross on the UC Patio on Good Friday to several Easter Sunday services and an Easter Egg hunt at the Wesley United Methodist Center.