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Students have mixed opinions on the 15-minute spacing of classes“The University of Miami is a relatively compact campus,...
09/29/2022

Students have mixed opinions on the 15-minute spacing of classes

“The University of Miami is a relatively compact campus, but the late-summer rainstorms and 100 degree days may leave students dreading the distance between classes. Now, students face a time constraint as they race the newly reinstated 15-minute period between classes.”

🖊 @lauren.whitesell
📸 @reeses.reels

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On Tuesday afternoon, the University of Miami announced that beginning at 2 p.m.  on Tuesday, Sept. 27 classes will be s...
09/27/2022

On Tuesday afternoon, the University of Miami announced that beginning at 2 p.m.  on Tuesday, Sept. 27 classes will be switched to remote learning. This will continue through Wednesday.

In addition to class being virtual all events will be cancelled. “As of 5 p.m. Tuesday, and continuing throughout the day Wednesday, all on-campus events will be cancelled,” UM said in their announcement.

The following locations will also be closed as of 5 p.m. Tuesday: Campus Store, Herbert Wellness Center, Hurricane Food Court, Shalala Student Center, University libraries. The dining halls will remain open.

“I think I'm feeling a little bit uneasy, but overall, I feel comfortable surrounded by my friends, and I'm ready to go through this thing,” junior public relations major Emma Peterson said.

The Miami Hurricane will continue to update with new information as it is made available.

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📸 The National Hurricane Center

On Tuesday afternoon, the University of Miami announced that beginning at 2 p.m.  on Tuesday, Sept. 27 classes will be s...
09/27/2022

On Tuesday afternoon, the University of Miami announced that beginning at 2 p.m.  on Tuesday, Sept. 27 classes will be switched to remote learning. This will continue through Wednesday.

In addition to class being virtual all events will be cancelled. “As of 5 p.m. Tuesday, and continuing throughout the day Wednesday, all on-campus events will be cancelled,” UM said in their announcement.

The following locations will also be closed as of 5 p.m. Tuesday: Campus Store, Herbert Wellness Center, Hurricane Food Court, Shalala Student Center, University libraries. The dining halls will remain open.

“I think I'm feeling a little bit uneasy, but overall, I feel comfortable surrounded by my friends, and I'm ready to go through this thing,” junior public relations major Emma Peterson said.

The Miami Hurricane will continue to update with new information as it is made available.

🖊 @jenny.jacoby
📸 The National Hurricane Center

On Tuesday afternoon, the University of Miami announced that beginning at 2 p.m.  on Tuesday, Sept. 27 classes will be s...
09/27/2022

On Tuesday afternoon, the University of Miami announced that beginning at 2 p.m.  on Tuesday, Sept. 27 classes will be switched to remote learning. This will continue through Wednesday.

In addition to class being virtual all events will be cancelled. “As of 5 p.m. Tuesday, and continuing throughout the day Wednesday, all on-campus events will be cancelled,” UM said in their announcement.

The following locations will also be closed as of 5 p.m. Tuesday: Campus Store, Herbert Wellness Center, Hurricane Food Court, Shalala Student Center, University libraries. The dining halls will remain open.

“I think I'm feeling a little bit uneasy, but overall, I feel comfortable surrounded by my friends, and I'm ready to go through this thing,” junior public relations major Emma Peterson said.

The Miami Hurricane will continue to update with new information as it is made available.

🖊 @jenny.jacoby
📸 The National Hurricane Center

Quiet Start to 2022 Hurricane Season Should Not Deter UM Students From Emergency Preparedness of Future Storms “It certa...
09/27/2022

Quiet Start to 2022 Hurricane Season Should Not Deter UM Students From Emergency Preparedness of Future Storms

“It certainly is off to a very quiet start,” said Brian McNoldy, a senior research assistant and hurricane expert at the Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric and Earth Science (RASMAES). “We’re at about a third of the normal activity for this point in the year.”

🖊 @kris__berg
📸 @jaredlennonphoto

“For many, the act of expressing gratitude seems mundane, but how often do we really take the time to recognize and ackn...
09/22/2022

“For many, the act of expressing gratitude seems mundane, but how often do we really take the time to recognize and acknowledge the feeling?

Gratitude has been proven to combat poor mental health and cultivate strong social bonds. In a post-COVID-19 world, actively showing gratitude and building back “socially distant” relationships can be difficult — but gratitude can change that.

Former University of Miami researcher Michael E. McCullough and University of California, Davis professor Robert A. Emmons conducted a 2003 study that explored the benefits of practicing gratitude.

“There do appear to exist benefits to regularly focusing on one’s blessings. The advantages are most pronounced when compared with a focus on hassles or complaints,” said the researchers in their article published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

In observance of World Gratitude Day on Sept. 21, students at the University of Miami are expressing their gratitude for people who have impacted their lives and taken their passions to another level.”

🖊 @lauren.ferrer
📸 @jaredlennonphoto

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The new print edition is out today!🖊Make sure to pick up a copy of the latest edition on campus ! 📰
09/21/2022

The new print edition is out today!🖊

Make sure to pick up a copy of the latest edition on campus ! 📰

“What Matters to U (WMTU), Student Government’s speaker series coordinated by student leaders for the University of Miam...
09/20/2022

“What Matters to U (WMTU), Student Government’s speaker series coordinated by student leaders for the University of Miami community, announced on Tuesday morning their upcoming speaker: Kalpen Suresh Modi, professionally known as Kal Penn.

Penn, an already accomplished actor, was offered a position in the Obama administration, an offer that he would accept and step away from his role in the hit television series “House” to fill. Penn served as the Associate Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs from 2009 to 2010.

I think its really cool to have someone that can merge knowledge of Hollywood and politics,” said AJ Zegans, a senior studying architecture.”

🖊 @r.apodacaaa
📸 @jubimartins_

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“First-year Hurricanes football head coach Mario Cristobal, who has over 20 years of Division I coaching experience, kno...
09/15/2022

“First-year Hurricanes football head coach Mario Cristobal, who has over 20 years of Division I coaching experience, knows that leading a collegiate football team is no easy feat.

However, it is even more difficult coaching a Power Five program desperate to return to its glory days like the Miami Hurricanes.

Not everybody is built for that kind of pressure, but Cristobal was born to bring the ‘Canes back to greatness. A Miami native and double alumnus of the University, his entire life has been building up to this moment.”

Visit themiamihurricane.com to read the rest!

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📸 @aec.photo

On our very first episode of Catch Up 'Canes, we discuss everything from Queen Elizabeth II's recent passing and one stu...
09/14/2022

On our very first episode of Catch Up 'Canes, we discuss everything from Queen Elizabeth II's recent passing and one student's connection to her, Cristobal and the 'Canes football team's success so far in the season, what it means to "quietly quit" in the workplace, an overview of this year's Miami Spice, and a special interview with NBC News New York reporter and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism professor Jen Maxfield.

Visit the link in our bio to listen!

🖊 @cxrol.v

“On Tuesday, Aug. 21, South Florida residents gathered outside the Metro-Dade Firefighters Local 1403 in Doral to protes...
09/07/2022

“On Tuesday, Aug. 21, South Florida residents gathered outside the Metro-Dade Firefighters Local 1403 in Doral to protest the first stop in Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ controversial Educational Agenda Tour. Although the primary goal of the protest was to express grievances with the Governor’s education policies, other issues such as his postions on abortion rights and transgender healthcare were addressd by the protestors.”

🖊 @kris__berg
📸 @jonathandecamps

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#desantis #umiami #um #news #florida #rondesantis

Senate passes bill to remove Iron Arrow as highest honor“The University of Miami Student Government used the final minut...
05/07/2022

Senate passes bill to remove Iron Arrow as highest honor

“The University of Miami Student Government used the final minutes of the 2022 spring semester to denounce cultural appropriation of Native Americans symbols within the Iron Arrow Honor Society, one of the university’s highest academic honors and an organization with a history of controversy.”

“In a 28-to-5 vote, with seven abstentions, the Student Senate passed “A Resolution Calling for the Need for an Alternative Organization to Iron Arrow as the ‘Highest Honor’ Achievable at the University of Miami and to Properly Support Indigenous Communities on Campus.” The bill called for the disaffiliation of Iron Arrow Honor Society from the University of Miami and the establishment of a new highest honor.”

🖊: @jenny.jacoby
📸: @isadidio

#universityofmiami #ironarrow

‘Cabaret’ graces Ring Theater, dazzles with impressive choreography, emotive performances“Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome...
04/29/2022

‘Cabaret’ graces Ring Theater, dazzles with impressive choreography, emotive performances

“Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome” to the UM student production of “Cabaret” at the Jerry Herman Ring Theater! If the second weekend of this show is anything like the first, viewers are in for a real treat. Skillful choreography, outstanding vocals, and emotive story-telling characterize the show, which deserves no other label than “must-see.”

🖊: @avamay_park
📸: @umringtheatre

#universityofmiami #cabaret #ringtheatre

Students delighted as Hug the Lake tradition returns for first time since 2019“UM’s beloved Earth Day tradition known as...
04/26/2022

Students delighted as Hug the Lake tradition returns for first time since 2019

“UM’s beloved Earth Day tradition known as Hug the Lake was held last Friday for the first time since before the pandemic in 2019.”

“Hosted by Student Government and the Butler Center and sponsored by ECO Agency, the event consists of hundreds of students joining hands to form a circle around Lake Osceola. Smoothies made by GreenU volunteers and custom t-shirts were provided to participants. Students in attendance expressed their excitement at finally being able to participate in the tradition after its three-year hiatus.”

🖊: @kris__berg
📸: Alex Carnochan

#universityofmiami #hugthelake #earthday

Students delighted as Hug the Lake tradition returns for first time since 2020“UM’s beloved Earth Day tradition known as...
04/26/2022

Students delighted as Hug the Lake tradition returns for first time since 2020

“UM’s beloved Earth Day tradition known as Hug the Lake was held last Friday for the first time since before the pandemic in 2019.”

“Hosted by Student Government and the Butler Center and sponsored by ECO Agency, the event consists of hundreds of students joining hands to form a circle around Lake Osceola. Smoothies made by GreenU volunteers and custom t-shirts were provided to participants.”

“Students in attendance expressed their excitement at finally being able to participate in the tradition after its three-year hiatus.”

🖊: @kris__berg
📸: Alex Carnochan

#universityofmiami #hugthelake #earthday

UM law school bar exam passing rate drops by 22%“The University of Miami School of Law, currently ranked the third best ...
04/20/2022

UM law school bar exam passing rate drops by 22%

“The University of Miami School of Law, currently ranked the third best law school in the state by U.S. News and World Report, has recently seen a steep drop in their students’ bar exam scores.”

“According to the Florida Board of Bar Examiners, the UM bar exam pass rate was 60.5% in Feb. 2022, with 38 students taking the exam and 23 passing. This is an almost 2% drop from the February 2021 pass rate among UM law students, with 29 students having taken the 2021 exam and 18 passing.”

🖊: @cxrol.v
📸: Alexandra Elaine

#universityofmiami #lawschool #barexam

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