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Monday, February 26, 2024
February 26 , 2024

UM celebrates community at annual boat burning ceremony

Students, faculty and alumni stood around the lake, waving green and orange glow sticks in the air, making it seem as if there were fireworks dancing along the edge of the water.

Red tide closes beaches in Miami

Beach-goers in Miami-Dade County’s Haulover Park were prohibited from going into the water after tests confirmed the ocean was contaminated.

Gandhi Day promotes service, self-discovery

“Being selfless and doing things for people that are maybe less fortunate or don’t have the things we do is eye-opening and allows you to ground yourself,” said Guido.

UMPD Teach Self-Defense Classes to Female Students and Faculty

The University of Miami Police Department employs 1,863 security cameras and a 24/7 patrol service in order to minimize danger on campus, but the organization also encourages people to take personal safety into their own hands.

Students reflect on peak of hurricane season

“I’m really not prepared,” said Katerina Beini, a freshman business management major.

Natalia Rovira