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July 22 , 2024

All-nighter benefits local nonprofits

Twenty-five hours to create an advertising campaign for a local nonprofit organization? Challenge accepted. Last Friday, 100 student volunteers pulled all-nighters during the School of Communicatio...

Ticket distribution for UM events needs work

The college experience is about both learning and making meaningful memories. This includes the opportunity to watch Billy Joel perform at the BankUnited Center in March. So why is it that when we ...

Anniversary a celebration of Lowe’s progress

The Lowe Art Museum has dug deep into its vault to celebrate its 60th anniversary this year. Brian Dursum, the museum’s director and chief curator, said the 60th anniversary is the museum’s “Diamon...

Service fraternity making a comeback

After a 30-year discontinuation, the co-ed service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega (APO) may return as a full-fledged organization given that it meets its student quota. Since 2005, the University o...

Drinking increases as unemployment rises

Binge drinking is increasing as more people lose their jobs, dispelling the notion that high unemployment rates have left people too poor to afford expensive drinking habits, according to research con...

Chinese environmental problems threaten nation

Like it or not, many of us in the West are dependent on China for everything from affordable consumer goods and medical devices to employment and reliable equity. That means that the state of the C...

Ludacris’ performance step up from Lauryn Hill

Booming speakers and a cheering crowd were the sounds that greeted hundreds that entered the BankUnited Center on Friday night for the much-awaited Homecoming concert featuring Ludacris. Bringi...

Former students launch website offering daily deals

Two University of Miami alumni are driving a hard bargain with their recent startup DealHomer.com, a website that recommends local deals to members. Launched in May 2011, the Miami-based we...

Revised policy limits alcohol consumption

A silent uproar has quickly spread among Greek students in response to recent alterations to fraternity house party policies. Fraternities are particularly disgruntled by a new alcohol regulation i...

Severe storms drench Florida

South Florida will finally be seeing clear skies and cooler weather starting Thursday morning. Sunshine and light breezes will begin to replace the torrential rain and thunderstorms that had be...

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