U Are Here 2018

How did UM deal with Irma?
U Are Here 2018

How did UM deal with Irma?

It’s been nearly a year since South Florida, including the University of Miami, was ravaged by Hurricane Irma, leading to a disrupted fall 2017 academic calendar and extensive recovery efforts. Months later, Director of Emergency Management Matthew Shpiner describes the university’s ongoing recovery process. The Miami Hurricane: It’s been months since Hurricane Irma ravaged South…

Note to parents: Say goodbye with smiles
U Are Here 2018

Note to parents: Say goodbye with smiles

Vincent Quaglia still remembers his mom helping him move to campus four years ago from Lindenhurst, New York, to start his freshman year. “She introduced herself to all my floormates and repeatedly asked me if I had everything I needed,” said Quaglia, who recently graduated from the University of Miami with a major in history,…

Resident assistants ready to welcome U
U Are Here 2018

Resident assistants ready to welcome U

Noor Khaled was scrolling on her phone when an interesting email popped up. “Congratulations,” it said. “I immediately ran to my friend, Sam, who was in my room at the time,” said Khaled, a rising sophomore majoring in international studies and economics. “I threw the phone at her and started squealing and jumping around, and…

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The Miami Hurricane is the student newspaper of the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. The newspaper is edited and produced by undergraduate students at UM and is published in print every Tuesday.