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Resident falls, critically hurt

An accident in a UM dormitory left a transfer student in critical condition at Jackson Memorial Hospital. At around 4 a.m. on Thursday morning, cries for help were heard coming from outside the Mahoney Residential College. Vice President for Student Affairs, Pat Whitely, said a first floor resident, who chose not to comment, was awaken…

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Two on-campus burglaries reported

Campus police have reported two on-campus burglaries this January at the University of Miami. UM Campus Police made an arrest last week for a burglary in the Mahoney Residential College, although it is not confirmed if the suspect is linked to other burglaries earlier in January, which occurred in the on-campus apartment area. Efren Candelaria,…

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UM alumni succeeds in Kuwait

Luay Ahmed Al Saleh graduated in 1993 from the UM School of Architecture and is now making a name for himself in Kuwait by running an architectural firm. After attending Onondaga Community College where he received his two-year degree, Al Saleh applied and was accepted to the University of Miami School of Architecture. Al Saleh…

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Students destroy Bid for the Bachelor banner

Three female students allegedly defaced a banner they deemed offensive to women, created by the Hillel Jewish Student Center to promote their upcoming Bid for the Bachelor event. According to Hillel Senior Vice President, Melissa Dolinsky, a meeting which was taking place last Tuesday at the organization’s central office was interrupted around 6:30 p.m. when…

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Additional ‘Ibis Ride’ stops under consideration

The weekend transportation provided by the University of Miami shuttle bus service around campus may soon be extended, according to Shuttle Service Coordinator Vernell Davis. The University of Miami Student Government and UM Parking and Transportation Services are considering other possible places of interest that the shuttle services could transport students to. “The Shuttle should…

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News Briefs and Campus Calendar

re-take yearbook organization Photos All organizations need to go the new IBIS Yearbook web site (www.miami.edu/ibis) and register to re-take their yearbook photos. The yearbook staff will contact you with your scheduled time. Photos will take place from today until Feb 15 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and will take approximately 20 minutes per group. FYI,…

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Chartwells improves Quality, variety of food

After a student wrote a column panning Chartwells’ food and service, Dining Services, the department that oversees the food service company, moved to make some changes in the student menu. The same day the column was published, Jan. 25, Leland Rapport, Chartwells’ resident district manager, alerted Mel Tenen, director of auxiliary services about the criticisms….

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News Briefs and Campus Calendar

n register to re-take yearbook photos All organizations need to go the new IBIS Yearbook website (www.miami.edu/ibis) and register to re-take their yearbook photos. The yearbook staff will contact you with your scheduled time. Photos will take place from February 11-15 from 9 am- 4 pm and will take approximately 20 minutes per group. FYI,…

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Escort service advertises on campus

This week flyers advertising the Hot Date Escort Service agency were posted around the University of Miami Coral Gables campus, including at the Whitten Learning Center and the apartment area. Enclosed in glass-cased bulletin boards accessible only by lock and key, these ads were stapled to cork bulletin boards behind the locked glass, next to…

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I interviewed to be a ‘Hot Date’

Editor’s Note: The Hurricane sent its news editor, Danielle Scott, for an interview with a Hot Date Escorts representative. Below is her account of the Wednesday evening meeting. I could start out at $150 an hour for my services. I could even make up to $500 in a weekend if I worked for Hot Date…

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Program focuses on violence

Two shoes, a baby’s and a woman’s, tied together by a string, told the story of a mother and child stabbed to death-not by a stranger, but by the father. There were as many tragic tales as there were shoes lining The Rock this week for “Guns ‘N Violence Awareness Week. ” Each shoe represented…


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