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Several fall classes move to mixed online format without notice
Academics, News

Several fall classes move to mixed online format without notice

“I think it would’ve been respectful to receive an email from the school explaining why my classes were switched rather than having me check can link to find my classes online, said senior Gabby Butman. “As a senior, it is upsetting that I am missing out on some of my last memories and experiences because now I will be spending the majority of my time at home on the computer.”

UM student-athletes, coaches, administration hold silent protest for George Floyd
Campus Life, Cover, News, Sports

UM student-athletes, coaches, administration hold silent protest for George Floyd

University of Miami athletes, administrators and coaches lined up in rows and silently protested on their knees Tuesday night inside the Carol Soffer Indoor Practice Facility to mourn the death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man who died in police custody after a Minneapolis police officer kneeled on his neck for several minutes on May 25 while three other officers stood idly by.

Senior Tribute for the Class of 2020
Campus Life, Cover, News

Senior Tribute for the Class of 2020

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s seniors didn’t get the goodbye they may have wanted. Under these unprecedented circumstances, The Miami Hurricane decided to put together a special project to congratulate the graduating seniors of the class of 2020. This includes a look back at the past four years, as well as reflections from seniors on their time at UM.

Homeless people are among those most at risk for COVID-19. Here’s what these three brothers are doing about it
Community, Coronavirus, Cover, Health, News

Homeless people are among those most at risk for COVID-19. Here’s what these three brothers are doing about it

When three South Florida brothers saw the shortage of medical supplies, such as masks, due to the coronavirus pandemic, they began to think of ways they could use their knack for 3D printing to support their local community. In early April, Miami Masks Strong was born, a non-profit organization seeking to provide protective gear to those most at risk.

Photo essay: U.S. Army Parachute Team ‘Golden Knights’
Community, Cover, Gallery, News, Photo

Photo essay: U.S. Army Parachute Team ‘Golden Knights’

Founded in 1959, the Golden Knights travel across the nation, perform in freefall demonstrations and compete internationally. At the end of their season, the team travels to the Homestead Air Reserve Base to train and complete their Annual Certification Cycle. Photo Editor Jared Lennon had the opportunity to observe the team train and capture images of their process, from both in the air and on the ground.


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