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Alumna sues UM for Title IX violations

A University of Miami alumna is suing the university for its “deliberate indifference” toward her being raped, stalked and physically assaulted during the first three weeks of her junior year. The student, identified only as Jane Doe in the lawsuit, said the administration failed to protect her from her assailant when he harassed and stalked…

Suspect identified in BLM banner theft
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Suspect identified in BLM banner theft

The University of Miami Police Department (UMPD) has identified a University of Miami student as the man seen on video surveillance camera stealing a Black Lives Matter (BLM) banner from the University Center (UC) Breezeway March 2. According to a UMPD report, junior Jackson Stewart, 21, was identified by UMPD from surveillance footage of him…

Gunman opens fire inside Shops at Merrick Park
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Gunman opens fire inside Shops at Merrick Park

Update, 9:12 p.m., April 12, 2017: Hortis died early morning on April 9 following being transported to a nearby hospital after being shot by Wilson on April 8. A gunman shot two people at the Shops at Merrick Park in Coral Gables early afternoon Saturday, leaving one dead and another injured before turning the gun on…

UM students arrested in prostitution sting
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UM students arrested in prostitution sting

Two University of Miami students, 23-year-old Acacia Friedman and 21-year-old Maury Noun, were arrested on March 29 in a prostitution sting by the Coral Gables Police Department. A third student, Samara Charlotin, 19, was also arrested. Charlotin self-reported as a Florida International University student, but she appears on the UM student database, as do Friedman…

BREAKING: Student dies at Red Road Commons
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BREAKING: Student dies at Red Road Commons

Update, 5:12 p.m., March 30, 2017: The University of Miami Division of Student Affairs confirmed the identity of the student who died as Nicolas de Lavalette in an email sent to students Thursday afternoon.  De Lavelette was a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying economics with a minor in entrepreneurship, according to the statement…

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