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The Miami Hurricane staff grows in step with journalism industry

For four years, The Miami Hurricane newsroom has been the training ground for my future career. I've grown alongside my fellow staff members as we've watched the journalism industry transform befo...

Hurricanes baseball coach Jim Morris reflects on beginnings, family

Count on Hurricanes baseball coach Jim Morris to wear two things on game day: the No. 3 that has become his namesake, and a relentless poker face. “I probably don’t laugh as much as I should. I am ...

Miami baseball’s Willie Abreu aims for Major League ambitions

During the bottom of an inning at Mark Light Field, sophomore Willie Abreu hangs over the edge of the dugout like a dog sticking its head out the car window. He stands first in line, closest to his ...

University of Miami expected to name Harvard dean Julio Frenk as sixth pres...

Dr. Julio Frenk is expected to be named the sixth president of the University of Miami on Monday. Frenk, dean of faculty at Harvard's School of Public Health, would be the first Hispanic president ...

Names behind campus buildings: Looking into legacies

Whitten University Center, Whitten Learning Center Norman A. Whitten worked in student activities at UM during the 1950s. He was instrumental in the building process of the original Whitten Univers...

Frost School performers orchestrate senior recitals

Under pink and purple spotlights at Victor E. Clarke Recital Hall, senior Mateja Kalajian sports her violin and a floor-length fuchsia dress. Kalajian concludes a section of a concerto by 18th cent...

Miami baseball wins fourth straight ACC series

The Miami Hurricanes baseball team continued its home dominance with a weekend sweep of the Duke Blue Devils at Mark Light Field – their fourth straight ACC series win. While the Canes edged the Bl...

Remedying race relations: Campus weighs in on inclusivity, diversity

Junior Klaudius Maynard grew up in the U.S. Virgin Islands, a territory with a predominantly black population. There, Maynard was always surrounded by people who look like him and, therefore, unable...

Look at this clever way Angel Rodriguez verified his own Facebook page

UPDATE: A reporter spoke to Angel Rodriguez during a face-to-face interview, and he confirmed that he does not run his Twitter or Facebook pages. He only uses Instagram. Read the full story here: C...

Miami Beach celebrates history, achievements with centennial concert

The largest free entertainment event in Miami Beach’s history is happening sandside on Thursday, when the Rising Miami Beach Global Music Festival overtakes Ocean Drive. It’s all part of the beach’s ...

Lyssa Goldberg

Lyssa Goldberg is online editor of The Miami Hurricane. She is a senior majoring in journalism and political science with a minor in math. She has interned at Mashable and the Miami New Times, and her work has also been featured in The Huffington Post.