A police officer, my neighbor from within a block, stopped me and demanded my information saying, “You don’t belong here.” I’m Black and he’s Hispanic.
No one disputes that the brutal slaying of a crocodile on our campus was a repulsive act, but The Miami Hurricane’s reporting on the subject requires a fair amount of criticism.
Innovation has been the catalyst for America’s greatness over the past century. Especially since World War II, each generation has seen awesome scientific, technological, and industrial advances that have propelled the United States’ economy forward while changing the fabric of this world.
No fact, all rants and mean, evil words of jealousy and rage. Really, you are so profound; insulting your fellow “clamorous cluster of Canes” and poor Felipe Yanez, who happens to be a renowned and highly-regarded UM student who’s just trying to make a living and give you a bit of leisurely reading material (while you’re not being a Negative Nancy and a sick sad human being who enjoys inflicting pain on others).
The Miami Hurricane is a rag. I always start with the opinion section. If I can stomach that, I move on to features. I rarely make it that far.