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The ‘Lowe’ down: vast collection inspires generations

Miami is a city rich with culture, but University of Miami students do not need to look any further than the Lowe Art Museum on campus for a variety of artistic and educational offerings.

Lowe one of many participants in Miami Museum Month

For many University of Miami students, May is a month in which preparations are made to leave Coral Gables and return home. However, the Lowe Art Museum and its participation in Miami Museum Month make May a good time to stick around and explore Miami-Dade county's many cultural offerings.

Students face unwanted visitors when attempting to do laundry in Apartment ...

University of Miami students living in the Apartment Ara face not only their fellow residents when it comes to competing for washers and dryers, but also unwelcome campus intruders.

Cancer-fighting Relay for Life a success despite small space, limited time

Student organizations came together on a carnival-themed UC Patio to raise money for Relay for Life and the fight against cancer at the University of Miami on Saturday. Although this year marked Relay for Life's third year on campus, this was the first time the event was held on the UC Patio, a relatively small venue for a large event. Last year, the event was held at Cobb Stadium.

The mystery of ‘Beezer’ revealed

There'a a petition in Eaton, a congratulatory poster and an Eaton hall theme about it. An uninformed visitor walking by door after door of Beezer placards is forced to question: "What is this 'Beezer'?"

Eaton students venture to the beach…for a good cause

Eaton residents went to Crandon Park on Sunday afternoon to enjoy a day of sun and service.

Budget tightening in residential colleges affects traditional programs

Students who attended the Eaton Community Council meeting in January, mainly to munch on the free pizza, were disappointed to hear that there would be no ice-skating this semester. Adam Moskowitz, president of the Community Council, made clear that outings such as these would not be feasible with the campus-wide policy of cutting back.

Morgan Miller

Contributing News Writer