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March 3 , 2024

What’s in store for the U

Members of the UM Student Senate dressed in orange polo’s crowded the Rock Wednesday afternoon to watch Student Government President Lionel Moise make his State of the “U” Address. Moise ran unopposed last spring with Kristin Weaver as his vice president and Jeremy Kruger as his treasurer under the motto “U Matter, U Decide, U Win”. Moise updated the student body on his progress and goals for the future.

Getting a credit card in college just got a little bit harder

The new Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act (CARD) will prevent excessive rate increases, improve transparency among credit card companies, eliminate the confusing fine print and protect young people from getting in over their heads.

Real life star of ‘Hotel Rwanda’ speaks at UM

Paul Rusesabagina, the real-life hero of the 2004 film “Hotel Rwanda” in which Don Cheadle played his role, received a standing ovation Friday night at the Gusman Concert Hall. Rusesabagina, a hotel manager at the time, saved over 1,000 refugees during the Rwandan Genocide.

Stephen Murray victorious

Stephen Murray wins spot on the Coconut Grove Village Council.

Taking a stand in the Grove

University of Miami junior Stephen Murray has the enthusiasm of a college student and the determination of a politician—a combination he hopes will land him a spot on the Coconut Grove Village Council next week.

A new way of looking at law

Bruce Winick helped inspire a visually challenged student, Tyler Kirk, to come to the University of Miami Law School.  

Life is Art brings art to the people

Life is Art is an organization dedicated to bringing local artists together and giving them an outlet to expose their work.

Bomb squad legend/alum dies at 78

Brodie, a graduate of the University of Miami, was a pioneer in bomb dismantling.

Bomb squad legend dies at 78

Major Greg Terp of the Miami-Dade Police Department was working downtown when a sharp black Firebird rolled up to the curb in front of him, the license plate reading “Boom Boom.” Terp, a rookie at ...

Clinton Global Initiative coming to the U

If actions speak louder than words, former U.S. President Bill Clinton will be causing a racket at the University of Miami this spring when CGI U comes to the U.

Nina Ruggiero

Contributing News Writer