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University of Miami students in Paris reported safe after terror attacks, detail experience
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University of Miami students in Paris reported safe after terror attacks, detail experience

All 10 of the University of Miami students studying abroad in Paris have been reported safe following the attacks, according to Vice President for Student Affairs Patricia Whitely. Gunmen and suicide bombers coordinated attacks throughout the City of Light on Friday, setting off bombs and shooting hostages. Targets included restaurants, a soccer stadium and the…

Media leaders discuss investigative journalism in Botswana
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Media leaders discuss investigative journalism in Botswana

Six prominent media leaders were brought from the Republic of Botswana, a small country in southern Africa, on Monday to discuss the nature of investigative journalism in their country, particularly discussing censorship, corruption and their thoughts on America. To set the stage, Mothusi Soloko, a senior reporter for the Botswana Press Agency, explained that the country…

Peace Corps presence at Toppel
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Peace Corps presence at Toppel

Students looking to enter the Peace Corps will be able to visit the Toppel Career Center for additional resources that will help them to complete their applications. A grant from the Peace Corps will fund a permanent on-campus recruiter in Toppel. This person will reach out to students and faculty about the benefits of participating…

Students witness democratic milestone
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Students witness democratic milestone

“Yes” and “no” banners lined the streets of Edinburgh in the weeks before Scotland’s historic vote for independence from the United Kingdom. At 3 a.m. on Sept. 19, the day after the election, University of Miami junior Michael Rosenberg, along with friends he has made while studying abroad, headed down to the Scottish Parliament Building….

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Film majors shoot for spring

During her week-long excursion to Guatemala, Zulena Segarra-Berrios returned with more than just photographs of her trip. The second-year Master of Fine Arts student came back with footage for a documentary to complete an enrichment project offered to first-year students in the School of Communication’s graduate film program. The trip allows students to practice nonfiction…

COISO to raise awareness of child labor laws at UN Day
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COISO to raise awareness of child labor laws at UN Day

Creative tents and exhibits by University of Miami international students will fill the university green this week to raise awareness about the global issue of exploited child labor, in which youngsters are forced to work, often under difficult and dangerous conditions. According to a recent U.S. Department of Labor report, entitled “2012 Findings on the…

UCusco offers hands-on experience with Incan culture
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UCusco offers hands-on experience with Incan culture

Religion and other  majors come together to study Incan culture and history through the University of Miami’s UCusco Study Abroad program. Joe Kolodrubetz , a senior majoring in religious studies, took courses in Incan religion and history when he spent last spring in Peru. “Being able to spend five months in Lima and Cusco was…

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