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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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UM celebrates championship with two parades today

Today, the whirlwind of excitement following UM’s national championship football team’s romp for the roses will wrap up, culminating in a full day of celebration. At noon, a tickertape parade will march down the streets of downtown Miami. Later this evening, the University of Miami student body will celebrate on campus, honoring the undefeated Hurricanes…

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Today The 2001 University of Miami National Football Champions will be honored in downtown Miami with a tickertape parade and courthouse rally today. 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 Courthouse, 73 W. Flagler Street, in downtown Miami….

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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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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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Coker proves he was the right man for the job

At the beginning of the season some people wondered if Larry Coker was the right man to replace Butch Davis as the new Miami Hurricanes head football coach. Coker’s resume seemed highly impressive – 22 seasons as a collegiate assistant coach, offensive coordinator of three different collegiate programs (Miami, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State), coach of…


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