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O-line comprised of big men, bigger talent

Dorsey drops back to pass. Has plenty of time. Sees Johnson in the end zone. Touchdown! Sound familiar. It was a recurring theme in a season that saw the Hurricanes’ offense put up a record 475 points – provide protection for the talent and let them overwhelm the competition. Miami’s dominant offensive line allowed Ken…

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Several students visit

Watching the events of Sept. 11 from over a thousand miles away distanced many University of Miami students from the sheer magnitude of the event. However, some students were forced to witness then deal with the sadness personally as they went home, to New York for winter break. “Flying over the site was the first…

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Greeks kick off spring effort, last day Feb. 1

Spring was in the air and out came all the nubile young Greeks recruiting on campus. The new and improved “Spring Recruitment 2002” began with a bang last Monday. For all the male students at the University of Miami who took their time to ease into college life before deciding that Greek life is for…

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Gym celebrates sixth year

Students, administrators and gym-goers showed up at the George E. Smathers Wellness Center on Wednesday to “Catch the Wellness Wave,” the center’s sixth anniversary celebration. Wellness Center director Norm Parsons kicked off the event. “This is our sixth anniversary, however, it is also one of our open houses for the month,” Patty Swift, assistant director…

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NATIONAL CHAMPS PARADE PLANNED The 2001 University of Miami National Football Champions will be honored in downtown Miami with a tickertape parade and courthouse rally at noon on Friday, January 25. The parade will begin at Bayfront Park and stretch west on Flagler Street where it will end on the steps of the Miami-Dade County…

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Miami Wins Fifth National Title

Nebraska may have had the best player in college football, but Miami proved they had the best team — romping the Cornhuskers 37-14 in the Rose Bowl to win it’s fifth National Championship. The Hurricanes played almost flawless football on both sides of the ball. The offense, led by Ken Dorsey, came out strong by…

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Student Government recommends living wage

Students and faculty alike are voicing their opinions about university employees not receiving a living wage. A bill recommending to President Shalala to improve the living wage of the University of Miami contracted workers was passed at the weekly Student Government senate meeting. The UM Coalition for Living Wage, a student group championing the effort…

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Diaz gives State of the Union

Student Body President Jose Pepe Diaz gave his State of the Union address at the Senate meeting held on Wednesday. Diaz’s speech was short and to the point. He began his speech by saying how proud he was “the student government is as vibrant as ever.” Diaz was also proud to announce he turned in…

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New shuttle service to University Inn

The Hurricane shuttle service has been extended to the University Inn Condominiums to help students living in the complex get across US 1. “Some students told me that they were having a difficult time getting across US 1 in the morning hours,” said Dr. Patricia Whitely, Vice-President for Student Affairs. However, thus far the service…

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Q & A with Miss UM Erin Fowler

Undergraduate senior Erin Fowler’s magnificent rendition of the classic jazz staple “Paper Moon”, along with dazzling performance in the “Evening Gown” and Swimsuit competitions delighted judges on her way to becoming this years Miss University of Miami. Representing Alpha Sigma Phi, Fowler, 22, pursued her philanthropic platform with a “Mentoring through Music” program which entails…

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n groundbreaking held for new center University of Miami President Donna E. Shalala joined Sue and Leonard Miller on Monday November 26 at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Sue and Leonard Miller Center, the future home of UM’s Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies (CCJS). First established in 1998, the Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies, now…

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Grades top the list of concerns

In the past two months America has waged a war against terrorism, two national symbols have been attacked and the US economy has gone from bad to worse. Two months ago, the University of Miami UC was filled with students glued to the television as the latest news unfolded. Last Sunday, the television in the…


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