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News Briefs: Week of 12/11
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News Briefs: Week of 12/11

Pancakes with Pat When: 9-10 p.m. Dec. 13 Where: Space between Shalala Student Center and Food Court The last couple of weeks of school are hard for many people. If you’re looking for an energy boost, fuel yourself with free pancakes and hot chocolate with Vice President for Student Affairs Pat Whitely. She will be…

How to go from checking Facebook to working there
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How to go from checking Facebook to working there

Working for Facebook can be more than a daydream for talented University of Miami undergraduate and graduate business students. Representatives from the company conferenced in to a session at the Toppel Career Center, which was packed with more than 60 interested students. Kimberly Birch, a university recruiter at Facebook, told participants about the internships and…

Homecoming events calendar
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Homecoming events calendar

Enchant the Spirit Homecoming Spirit Day: Enjoy DIY Halloween and magic crafts, a photo booth, food and live music from Patio Jams. When: Tuesday, Oct. 31, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at SC Patio. Organized Cheer Competition: Various student organizations participate in the annual cheer competition, which showcases skits and dance performances. Organizations compete until…

News briefs: week of 10/31
Campus Life, News

News briefs: week of 10/31

International Games Week When: 11:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 4 Where: Shalala Student Center, third floor The UM Game Committee is hosting its second International Games Week celebration. The event will feature local and student game developers, and will include video, tabletop and card games provided by the University of Miami libraries’ game collection….

Student lots lose tailgating privileges, citing serious incidents before Syracuse game
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Student lots lose tailgating privileges, citing serious incidents before Syracuse game

On Wednesday, Dean of Students and Associate Vice President for Student Affairs Ryan Holmes met with Greek organization leaders to announce major changes in tailgating procedures at Hard Rock Stadium for the rest of the season. A newsletter sent from Vice President of Student Affairs Patricia Whitely later on Wednesday detail the changes, which include…

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