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Saturday, June 25, 2022

Letter to freshmen

V’s Take is The Hurricane’s most controversial and longest-running column. It is a satirical work published weekly by students and for students. Using our generation’s “colorful” language to address all things sex, love and gossip on campus, V is not for the politically correct or easily offended.

Stick it to the man

I have always done my best to avoid letting stereotypes become a self-fulfilling prophecy, but I think I have finally become a man-hating lesbian.

Ganja Gremlin

Marijuana’s national holiday is upon us.

Codependent or just clingy?

My girlfriend and I have been together for eight months. We do absolutely everything together. On the few nights that we can’t sleep in the same bed, we fall asleep together on FaceTime. My friends believe my relationship is not healthy and codependent, but I think they are jealous. How can I tell if this is true?

Trans rights are human rights

"Trans people in our community want the same things every other human being wants: to be loved, to be safe, to be productive, to be valued and to be understood. They fall in love; they care deeply about their families and friends; they have hopes and dreams; they are vital members of our community."

How many shots?

Inspired by the TikTok trend, I will be answering the question of how many shots it would take for me to hook up with various University of Miami icons.

V is for vaccinated

If you find yourself aching to grind on a handsome stranger, asking them to flex a COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card might just be your new pick up line.

HIV is not a joke

Educating ourselves and others to increase awareness leads to prevention and eliminating the stigma.

How to prepare for a funeral

It is now an undisputed fact that members of Greek Life have engaged in anti-social distancing, anti-masking and anti-human attitudes and behaviors.

A very COVID-19 Valentine’s

Even with social distancing encouraged, COVID-19 can’t keep Cupid away.

Moving forward

The majority of my friend group has been attending frat parties, clubs and anywhere else that COVID-19 could be brewing. While I have put my health and safety first by staying at home, it seems I lost those closest to me in exchange. Are these friendships worth fighting for even if I will most likely end up battling COVID-19 because of them?

Confessions from a former asshole

I have just arrived on campus as a spring transfer student. While I am excited for my future endeavors, I feel anxious that my shitty past will somehow catch up to me. Long story short: I used to be an asshole. Any advice for someone trying to turn over a new leaf?