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Storm Surge

The Cyber Cafe is now officially the StormSurge Cafe, after the naming and ribbon-cutting ceremony that took place Wednesday. The winning name, submitted by sophomore Leigha Taber, was decided upon by representatives from Student Government, Chartwells, and the student body. “I wanted to come up with a name that was related to the ‘Canes,” said…

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Dr. M. Lewis Temares receives recognition

When Computerworld Magazine published its list of the top 100 IT leaders for 2002, no one who worked with UM’s Dean Lew Temares was surprised to see his name listed. Dr. M. Lewis Temares, vice-president of Information Technology for the University of Miami and eight-year dean of the college of engineering, was also featured in…

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San Amaro construction nearly complete

The annoyance of taking a detour to avoid the construction on San Amaro Drive is nearly a thing of the past. Nearly. “I think it is a bit delayed,” said Janet Gavarrete, University Campus Planner. “But it’s all normal, typical construction delays.” Poor weather and the chore of maintaining the traffic flow were the main…

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Art fair showcases talent

Has it ever crossed your mind that maybe $34,000 is a little overpriced for what you’re getting out of school? Well, if you took advantage of last weekend’s opportunity offered at UM, the Beaux Arts Festival, you might feel that $34,000 is a more reasonable price. The festival took place on the greens surrounding the…

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Involvement Fair sparks interest

This semester’ Spring Involvement Fair last Thursday took place under an unseasonably hot sun and attracted a large number of inquiring students despite the fact that it was not heavily promoted. In fact, except for the students in charge of running their clubs’ booths, few students knew that the fair was taking place, and even…

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Alumnus philanthropist honored

The rededication of the newly renovated Intramural field last Thursday was organized to honor UM alumni Dr. Michael Yaron for his gracious contribution of $1.5M to the University of Miami. “It was my way of saying thank you,” said Dr. Yaron. Yaron said the university and the Coral Gables community took him in as a…

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Queen for a Day

The Ford Commitment to Kids Award was recently awarded to UM student, Jenna Edwards, Founder and President of Queen For a Day, a program that hosts tea parties and donates tiaras to terminally ill children throughout the United States. Edwards, who has 13 years of pageant experience, is a Communication Studies and English major at…

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UM’S TEMARES NAMED ONE OF BUSINESS WORLD’S TOP 100 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LEADERS M. Lewis Temares, Ph.D., vice president for information technology at the University of Miami, has been named by Computerworld Magazine one of the business world’s Premier 100 IT Leaders. The award honors individuals who have had a positive impact on their organizations through…

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Johnson the answer

At the beginning of the season Andre Johnson and the Miami receiving core were the Hurricanes’ biggest question mark. At the Rose Bowl they became the answer. Johnson and Co. led the Hurricanes to 362 yards passing – a Miami bowl record. Johnson led the Hurricanes with seven receptions for 199 yards (also a Miami…

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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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