“Home athletics competitions will continue without fans. This decision follows the NCAA decision yesterday to conduct the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments without fans,” the statement read.
“It is at this point in your life when employers come to you and meet you where you are at. This does not happen when you graduate and move on.”
UM’s only student from Nevada shared her views on the results and commented on the race at large in the wake of Sanders’ commanding win.
“I feel like a lot of times in this life, it is easy to make superficial friends or people who we don’t trust, and it is really hard to find a genuine bond. To have the security with my fraternity brothers, no matter what is going on, I will always have people who are there for me—support me, mentally, emotionally, financially and physically.”
University of Miami students will get to meet recruiters to explore internships and full-time opportunities both locally and nationally at Toppel Career Center’s signature Career Expo.
After two and a half weeks of campaigning and 3,290 votes cast, there is currently no complete student government executive ticket that will be taking office later this spring.
As student government elections come to a close, executive ticket candidates are doubling down their campaign efforts to gain as many votes as possible before the impending midnight deadline.