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…


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…


Black Awareness Month unites all

NEXUS- “a connection, tie or link between individuals of a group, members of a series etc.” Nexus is the theme of this year’s University of Miami’s festivities for Black Awareness Month [BAM] 2002. United Black Students [UBS]-the student organization in charge of the month-long of events coinciding with National Black History Month-decided they wanted to…


‘Funday in the U.S.A’ coming to campus

For the 21st time in the University of Miami’s history, students will buddy up with special needs citizens for Funday. Student volunteers from the university are paired up with people who have special needs. The theme this year is “Funday in the U.S.A.” “The special citizens look forward to this event all year. They are…


Students get say in school affairs

The University of Miami Board of Trustees voted in favor of adding a student representative to the board on Jan. 18th. Student Government President JosE Diaz had the idea that a student representative was needed. Possibilities for change presented by having a student representative include a solution to parking situations, fund management, and generally empowering…


Elections for SG in 3 weeks

A new year, a new administration. Student Government elections for a new president and various senate positions begins in less than a month on Feb. 25. Filing for the elections began Jan. 31st and the deadline to turn in an application for an SG position is this Friday, Feb. 8 at 5 p.m. in the…


Faculty Club on the move

Starting in the fall semester of 2002, the faculty of the University of Miami will have a new, more centralized club for their exclusive use. For some time, the faculty has been voicing their opinion, “requesting to have a more centralized club that they can get to easier” said Faculty Club manager Tom Dalgan. While…


News Briefs and Campus Calendar

Digital Media Lab Now Open Due to the high demand and increase in using digital media content in the classroom and at the University, the Otto G. Richter library has provided a startup facility. The Digital Media Lab is a unique collaboration between the University and Digital Media staff at the Otto G. Richter Library…


Shalala adjusts well to university life

A dazzling ‘GO CANES’ logo slapped in green letters around the cement pillar that supports the roof under which President Shalala works, is perhaps the most visible sign of the changing times. Gone are the heavy oak-wood bookstands that kept former president Tad Foote’s favorite reads in place. Filling in for them: myriad plaques, awards…


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…


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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