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March 3 , 2024

Jellyfish begin seasonal invasion of South Florida coastline

Amid blue skies and heat index values near 100 degrees, UM students headed to the beach this weekend and encountered something unexpected while approaching the water: Jellyfish had taken over the ...

Networking opportunities lie all around campus

Landing a job after college is not as simple as taking a career assessment and maintaining a good GPA.  It actually lies in getting involved with the various organizations on campus and taking...

New director takes the lead at the Butler Center

Hailing from Seward, Neb., where he and his family resided on five acres of land, Andrew Wiemer is not just a "small town farm boy," but the new director of The William R. Butler Center for Vo...

Team grows closer as NCAA probe continues

Throughout the Miami Hurricanes’ Media Day at CanesFest, Jacory Harris remained upbeat, smiling for the roaming packs of reporters who were beating around the bush about the validity of the Yahoo ...

Linebackers become unified force

Though this description seems to incorporate everything necessary in a starting quarterback, on the other side of the ball the linebacker unit is charged with holding up many of these responsibilities. With Miami’s history of producing several NFL-quality linebackers over the years, the position will once again be expected to be a major contributor once the games begin.

Miami Spice brings out inner foodie

  Filet mignon with creamy béarnaise sauce, seared red snapper with a leek ragout, lavender crème brûlée and chocolate soufflé grace the tables of the most sophisticated restaurants in Mia...

Brick paver honors deceased alumnus

Alumnus Andrew Klausmeyer passed away Jan. 17 in an automobile accident while traveling home near Golden, Colorado – but his Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) fraternity brothers made sure his name will never fade.