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Hurricane Productions promises ‘huge’ rock act

Following Ludacris’ blow-out performance in the pouring rain during homecoming weekend last semester, everyone is wondering who will be involved in the big Hurricane Productions [HP] act for this semester. Unfortunately, only a few members of the HP team are privy to this information. And although Graham Micone, head of the concerts department, is not…

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Increases in parking and prices scheduled

In accordance with last year’s parking management plan, UM is finalizing the groundwork for a massive parking expansion. By the time construction is finished in 2005, over 3000 new spaces will have been added, said Sandra Redway, Assistant Director of Business Services. The cost of this project, which will be approximately $20 million, will be…

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Party continues on UM Green

Rounding off a full day of parading through the streets of Miami for the Hurricanes Rosebowl Championship was the official University of Miami celebration. The festivities were held at the University Green located between the University Center and the Richter Library, Friday night. The celebration included food, a fireworks display, and a live music performance…

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City parade honors football champions

The busy metropolitan streets of Miami came together in honor of the undefeated Miami Hurricanes football team. Beginning promptly at noon on Friday, over 10,000 fans took time off from work or school to enjoy a tickertape parade on a day proclaimed by local Miami politicians as “University of Miami Hurricanes Football Day.” From buildings’…

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Enrollment to increase as a result of championship?

With the recent Diamond Anniversary, Presidential Inauguration, and an increasingly competitive student body, can the University of Miami hope to reach a new plateau in applications and enrollment, as a result of the freshly gained Rose Bowl National Football Championship? “I don’t think it is going to impact it,” asserted Vice Provost and Dean of…

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COSO Challenges students

While the University of Miami has set a goal of $1 million for this year’s philanthropic contribution to the American Red Cross of Greater Miami and the Keys, many student organizations have taken the initiative to try to meet and beat this target amount. COSO, the Committee on Student Organizations, launched the first COSO Challenge…

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Student’s hard work, dedication pays off

If you think that you are too busy and stressed out with school, think again. You have not met Asma Uddin. Now a senior, Uddin proves that determination can lead to great accomplishments in anything you do. She has recently won a statewide competition for her essay entitled “Dismantling Boundaries: A Defense of Max Black’s…

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News Briefs and Campus Calendar

n TODAY The University of Miami Alumni Association is recruiting a select number of eager, responsible, and spirited students to become members of the UM AMBASSADORS, a growing influential group of student leaders dedicated to strengthening the link between students and alumni. As a UM Ambassador, you will have the unique opportunity to network and…

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Sexual harassment suits rock UM

A Toppel Career Center employee and a couple of her former coworkers filed two lawsuits against the University of Miami this week for allegedly ignoring their former boss’ ruthless behavior for too long. Mariselly Chiroldes, the only plaintiff who is still working at the university claims UM officials repeatedly ignored complaints of sexual harassment and…

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Student claims discrimination

It was the job of her dreams; until it started. Sophomore Nicole Pytel, 19, is suing the school for alleged sexual discrimination and harassment on the job while she worked as equipment manager for the football team from August 2000 until February 2001. Pytel was removed from her job last February nearly one hour after…

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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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