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Monday, February 26, 2024
February 26 , 2024

On-campus research magazine asks for funding

Voting for Student Government (SG) elections has officially begun and will end Wednesday at 4 p.m. In addition to choosing a new SG president, vice president and senate chairs, University of Miami...

WeatherSTEM increases clarity, accuracy of forecasts

During Hurricane season, June to November, South Florida has always been prone to extreme weather. Over the years, the University of Miami’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM) has worked to implemen...

UGuardian app helps Canes stay safe

The University of Miami Police Department (UMPD) has implemented a variety of services on and around campus to increase safety. Some of these include safety escorts and blue light phones. Now, UMPD’s ...

PhilADthropy combines charity, academics

Amir Whitaker founded Project Knucklehead in 2012 to help high-risk youth focus on educational and cultural experiences, decreasing crime and delinquency. His project was one of the 16 nonprofits in...

Lake Osceola a changing, complex landmark

Each day, thousands of students walk past Lake Osceola on their way to class, yet few take the time to appreciate the diversity and rich history of this campus landmark. Underneath its surface, the...

Campus watch parties, tradition in store for Super Bowl XLIX

Super Bowl XLIX is fast approaching as the New England Patriots face the Seattle Seahawks for the championship title Sunday evening, and every football fan knows that a Super Bowl game is more than ju...

Changing Cuban-American climate may affect classes

The Cuban embargo has persisted since its creation in 1960, when the United States imposed restrictions on trade and general diplomatic relations with Cuba. After nearly half a century, President ...

At the Rat, trivia night takes over Tuesdays

The Rathskeller has been a part of University of Miami tradition since 1973, serving as a place where students go to eat, relax and catch up with friends. It is the place for away-game watch parti...

National UAID symposium empowers student leaders to address public health

Sonia Gupta was only a fifth grade student when a trip to India led her to realize that there was a world very different from the suburbs of Ohio where she grew up. Inspired to make a difference, ...

Ceremony remembers Haiti earthquake, hope

Monday marked more than just the first day of spring semester classes for students. It was also the day that five years ago, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti, leaving despair and destruction be...

Sophie Barros