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Innocence lost

Some remembered his charisma. Others remembered his sense of humor. Still others, with a sensible chuckle, remembered his accent. “Chad had a funny Indiana accent that we’d kid around about all the time,” said junior Jason Seuc, a brother of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. “He was a very easy-going, sociable guy who just wanted to…

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AEPi members sanctioned for theft of papers

Three members of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity were sanctioned this week by the Office of Students for the Oct. 5 theft of 9000 Miami Hurricane newspapers. Disciplinary action and names are kept confidential by the administration at UM in accordance with the Buckley-Pell Amendment to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act- a federal statute…

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Plane Crash hits close to home for students

The first thought that ran through most people’s minds after hearing about the plane crash in Queens, New York, early Monday morning on Nov. 12 was: “Not again,” and the first question: “Was it another terrorist attack?” But for senior Nicole Mingo, the fear was immediate and the question was much more personal. Nicole heard…

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Divali Show celebrates culture

In their 8th year running, the Indian Students Association is planning for their annual Divali show this Saturday. Divali is the Hindu Festival of Lights. This year, with a new committee board, the emphasis of the show has shifted from religious to educational. “I don’t want to say that we’re being really politically correct but…

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Hurricane Note

A male student was taken away in handcuffs after an act of violence brought the Coral Gables police to the University Center (UC) Tuesday afternoon. A UC Information Desk employee who arrived for work immediately after the incident subsided said he saw an African-American male in handcuffs in a first-floor office of the UC. “All…

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Secretary of Education speaks on campus

As part of UM’s 75th Anniversary celebrations, the U.S. Secretary of Education, Rod Paige, addressed the nation’s educational challenges to an audience of professors, faculty, students, students, alumni, and representatives of the community at UM’s Storer Auditorium on Nov 13. Paige, who has served as School Superintendent in the Houston area and was Dean of…

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Students serves as tranlator on trip

Hiking to the waterfalls of Central America, making trips to the long strand beaches of Nicaragua and helping one’s fellow men all along the way. UM student, April Runkle did just that, last summer on a mission trip to Central America organized by International Service Learning (ISL). Runkle and a small team of predominately pre-med…

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Sidewalks coming to San Amaro

The construction on San Amaro Drive has been a project the University and the City of Coral Gables have been working on for more than a year and is now underway. When finished, it will provide sidewalks, lighting, signage, medians, a traffic circle, landscaping and irrigation. The construction work extends to Miller Drive up through…

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News Briefs Campus Calendar

parking garage closed for maintenance To facilitate required annual maintenance while minimizing inconvenience to the University community, the Ponce Garage (5665 Ponce de Leon Boulevard) will be closed during the Thanksgiving break, Nov. 22-25. The garage will re-open at 6 a.m. on Nov. 26. To accomplish the necessary work, the garage must be cleared of…

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Basketball Review Hurricane women

Martha Bodley (45) C, 6-3, Senior, St. Croix Educational Complex Last Year: Bodley saw spot duty off the bench, averaging two points and 1.3 rebounds in 18 games. This Year: As the only true center on Miami’s roster, Bodley should see a significant block of time early on. She will have to show results in…

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REPORT CARD

Sustained long drives, but couldn’t capitalize on any of them. Dorsey missed open targets all day and threw four picks that nearly cost Miami the game. Clinton Portis kept Miami in the game, carrying the ball 35 times for 159 yards. Shockey and the wide receivers made some key catches, however the unit didn’t pose…

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Lesson learned from tragic death

University officials believe it is too soon to decree sanctions against the two individuals who swam Lake Osceola last Monday morning with freshman, Chad Meredith, who drowned. However, all administrators interviewed by the Hurricane suggested there are lessons to be learned from the “poor decision” that took Meredith’s life. For starters, swimming in the lake…


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