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Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Letter to the Editor

I’m a grad student at the University of Miami and I want to explore some of the changes that I have noticed in the gym in the last decade.

Letter to the Editor from Professor Belgrave

For the past few years the leaders and residents of Overtown have been asking University of Miami President, Donna Shalala, to sign a Community...

UM administrators: Misleading information about Lakeside Village

The September 8 article in The Miami Hurricane extensively quoted from the lawsuit and an interview with the employee, Ricardo Arnau, who has fashioned himself as a self-proclaimed “whistleblower” by bringing alleged code violations to light. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Letter to the Editor: Genetically-modified food needs better monitoring

For the past decade, genetically modified organisms, more commonly referred to as GMO’s, has been a highly debated subject. One big topic on these genetically altered crops has been the labeling of these when used in our foods.

Addressing the Ravicher matter

Despite Ravicher’s public comments to the contrary, he has not been “fired,” nor “pushed out,” nor “cancelled,” nor otherwise threatened with termination of his contract by me or anyone else in the UM leadership because of his social media posts.

The story of my abortion

I was a young girl when I endured my abortion. That sentence is still hard for me to swallow. Although, I have healed from this traumatic experience over time, I am on a journey of life-long healing.

Letter to the Editor: unfair treatment of STAND

Dear Editor, For the past few years, the leaders and residents of Overtown have been asking University of Miami President Donna Shalala to sign a...

Letter to the Editor: Election on Tuesday provides unique opportunity for...

As some of you may know, this Tuesday is Coral Gable’s biennial City Commission election.

Letter to the Editor: A response from Iron Arrow

The by-laws of Iron Arrow state that one may not be recognized for what one did as an undergraduate after graduation.

I didn’t need to shoot the sheriff, or the deputy

I went to the Caribbean Festival all day yesterday.

Cat colony on campus

An enormous and growing population of free-roaming cats exists in Florida, posing a threat to the state's native animal species and creating a serious public health concern.

Office of Financial Assistance Letter to the Editor

I would like to thank The Miami Hurricane for highlighting some of the challenges and complexities associated with the financial aid process. As UM...