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Leadership symposium advocates women’s empowerment
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Leadership symposium advocates women’s empowerment

  Caitlyn Boyle asked women at Saturday’s Women’s Leadership Symposium to consider themselves and their role in the success of businesses. “Think about how many corporations would go bust if women were happy with themselves,” she said. Boyle, the creator of “Operation Beautiful: One Note At a Time,” was the closing speaker at this year’s…

Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity suspended from campus
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Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity suspended from campus

Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, also known as Pike, has been suspended from campus for four years. The national headquarters for the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity said in a press release the Gamma Omega chapter lost its charter for “violations of university and fraternity risk awareness policies.” The more than 50 active members of Pike have…

Well Canes Market offers array of products
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Well Canes Market offers array of products

[imagebrowser id=19] [fresh_divider style=”solid”] Students are greeted by the familiar sights, sounds and smells of the Well Canes Market every Wednesday. The vibrant colors of locally grown produce, the smells of freshly baked goods and exotic spices, and the sounds of kettle corn popping draw countless students into vendor stalls as they walk past the…

Ocean Awareness Week sheds light on the seven seas
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Ocean Awareness Week sheds light on the seven seas

Senior Lee Qi, a marine science major, sampled lionfish at the Rock Monday afternoon. “It doesn’t taste very fishy,” he said. “It kind of tastes like hogfish, but better because you know you’re doing some good for the environment just by eating it.” The contest was one of several activities that kicked off University of…

Richter exhibit revives Miami’s past
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Richter exhibit revives Miami’s past

“Southern Suns and Sky-Blue Waters” is not just the first line from the University of Miami’s alma mater but also the title of the new Homecoming exhibit in Richter Library. The exhibit showcases athletics, student life and events on campus from the 1960s, 1980s and millennial years. It includes nine glass cases and four wall…

Cultural Creole icon performs at USpeak
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Cultural Creole icon performs at USpeak

Spoken word poet and musician Mecca, also known as Grimo, performed at the USpeak Open Verse and Short Story open-mic event Tuesday night. At USpeak, participants can read their written works and play their music, and the performances are open to the public. The University of Miami literary journal, Mangrove, hosted the poetry readings. Mecca…

Moonves talks business with student media
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Moonves talks business with student media

CBS Chief Executive Leslie Moonves visited campus on Monday and discussed some of his thoughts on the future of broadcast journalism and shared his experiences from the course of his career. Here are some of the highlights from his press conference with student media. In a time when our country is so polarized politically, what…

Memorial to honor graduate students’ passings
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Memorial to honor graduate students’ passings

A memorial service for two University of Miami graduate students who were killed by a car in Pinecrest will be held at 4 p.m. Monday at the Student Activities Center third-floor Grand Ballroom. The graduate students Hao Liu and Ying Chen were international students from China, beginning the first year of their doctoral degree in…

Rumble on the Green unites organizations
Campus Life, News, Student Organization

Rumble on the Green unites organizations

[imagebrowser id=16] [fresh_divider style=”solid”] The UM Republicans beat out their competition at the Committee of Student Organization’s (COSO) Rumble on the Green on Friday as they worked through a variety of obstacles and tasks to win a $150 cash prize towards their organization. “It was very shocking, I was out of words,” said Mathew De…

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