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March 1 , 2024

After the march, taking the next steps toward change

On Friday, the 45th president was inaugurated. The next day, half a million individuals marched on Washington, D.C. in the Women’s March, a millions more marched in cities around the world. The grassr...

Understanding, engaging with journalism vital to democracy

Successful democracy relies on educated voters, and the spread of information is vital to making that system work. Journalism and news media play huge roles in making democracy possible. However, prob...

Keeping political conversations civil this Thanksgiving

Next week, families will welcome students with stuffing, turkey and pies in hand. But for a lot of us, Thanksgiving is more than just happy homecomings and overstuffed bellies. It is a time when famil...

Election aftermath calls for reevaluation of American values

November 8 was an eerily perfect day; the temperature fell in the 70s with the familiar warmth of Miami’s sun, cooled by the occasional soft breeze. Hillary Clinton supporters had been in high spirits...

Confronting voter apathy in a high-stakes election

There is so much riding on this year’s election – a point that has been heavily emphasized by the candidates and news media. Considering the narrowing gap between the candidates, especially in Florida...

Choose imperfect experience over vague promises

The word “nontraditional” barely even begins to describe this election season, which poses a problem for a student newspaper editorial staff deciding whether to endorse a candidate. It’s been a long r...

Only with more time comes deeper meaning to traditions

Homecoming Week celebrates the proudest UM traditions, such as the Alma Mater, Iron Arrow and the Hurricane Howl canoe burning. The celebrations culminate with Alumni Weekend, when past Canes reuni...

Editorial series: Conservative or liberal, insulated ideologies prevent rea...

As we approach what is perhaps the most divisive presidential election in recent history, political ideology has become increasingly central to identity. Ideology, at its best, inspires passion and ac...

Transparency, concrete solutions needed to improve UM’s financial aid...

The Miami Hurricane Sept. 22 cover story, “Financial aid office gives students a run for their money,” details complications University of Miami students experienced with the Office of Student Financi...

Retro-branded Hurricanes face high expectations going into Saturday

UM football is just a day away from its biggest game of the regular season – its matchup against the Florida State Seminoles. The historically intense rivalry between the two ACC programs never fails ...

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