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Not even close

But the fact remains that the U is still not back. It may have invented swagger, but current students wouldn’t know. It’s been so long.

Far East Movement party ‘Like a G6′

Try to convince Kev Nish of Far East Movement that the group has finally hit the mainstream.

A weekend in Ohio

Nancy Melnyk spent $300 and traveled 991 miles on two Southwest Airlines planes to watch No. 2 Ohio State host No. 12 Miami at Ohio Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Senior year football blues

When the Class of 2011 first set foot on campus in August of 2007, head football coach Randy Shannon came to the pep rally at the BankUnited Center.

UM baseball player arrested Wednesday night

According to a report on NBC Miami's Web site, sophomore Frankie Ratcliff was arrested after 9 p.m. on Wednesday when he tried to sell pot to undercover Coral Gables detectives.

School of Business Administration dean to step down

It was announced on Thursday morning that the University of Miami's School of Business Administration dean, Barbara Kahn, will step down from the position on Jan. 15, 2011.

BREAKING NEWS: Armed robbery near Gables campus, now ‘all clear’

UMPD sent out texts, e-mails and calls alerting the university community about a robbery near the Coral Gables campus around 10:24 a.m. Wednesday.

‘Kick-Ass’ a Mix of Tarantino and Scorsese that Kicks Ass

“At some point in our lives we all want to be a superhero.” And thus begins the part-farce, part-Quentin Tarantino, part-Martin Scorsese mash up that is “Kick-Ass.”

Pair reaches NCAA singles’ Sweet 16

Despite losing two of its top four singles players, the University of Miami women’s tennis made it to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the fourth time in five years.

Tasty milkshakes are home runs at A-Rod Park

At  baseball games, fans always eat the traditional food that complements America’s favorite pastime. Hot dogs, peanuts and cracker jack are the typical snacks of choice. But at Alex Rodriguez Park at...

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