2018 Ibis Yearbook

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LIFESTYLES 8-81

ACADEMICS 82-129

SPORTS 130-183

GREEKS

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ORGANIZATIONS 210-269

PEOPLE 270-385

CLOSING 386-432



FROM THE EDITOR

Growing up in Miami, it has always been about the “U” for me. I grew up bleeding orange and green, even if I didn’t always know it. The first time I walked on campus, I knew I was home. Over the course of my four years here, I have grown to love the University of Miami’s numerous traditions and what we stand for. Most of all, however, I have grown to love the publication you’re about to flip through. Being on staff since my freshman year, this publication has been a constant factor throughout my college career. If you told me that I was going to be Editorin-Chief of an award-winning publication, I would have laughed. To say that I’ve never been one to take the lead would be an understatement. I’ve always kept to myself and followed the crowd. How I rose up to the challenge, I’m still not sure, but I’m glad I did. I had three years of learning, growing up and finding my place on campus. It was time to take everything I’ve learned about myself and the university and put it in something bigger. It’s fitting that this was the year of the Turnover Chain, because while the football team was turning the program around, my staff and I were working to turn this book around. We created a whole new look for the book to keep up with the times. This included more white space, less text and condensed fonts. Outside of the Ibis office, social change was happening with the #MeToo movement and March For Our Lives. Campus was also seeing change with the construction of the Student Housing Village and other projects. All of these things combined inspired the theme for the 92nd volume of Ibis: Turnover “U.” The Turnover Chain represented more than just an interception, it represented the turnover of a new chapter. This is why the book opens with students reflecting on a moment when the university turned their life around, because it’s important to reflect on those key points. For me, it was joining Ibis Yearbook. Being Editor-in-Chief was more than leaving my own personal mark on campus, it was about encompassing a year full of memories for students. If you received an e-mail or a Facebook message from me asking for a quote or a name and you answered, thank you. You helped build this 432 page book. It’s been an honor being your memory keeper this year. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ll be at the Rat.


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ENROLLMENT UNDERGRADUATES 10,832 GRADUATES 6,171 TOTAL 17,003

NO PAIN NO CHAIN After intercepting Duke quarterback Daniel Jones on a tipped pass, Linebacker Michael Pinckney (56) was awarded the turnover chain in the second quarter of the game. The Hurricanes dominated the field with a final score of 31-6. Photo by JC Ridley

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From freshmen to seniors, students reflect on a decision or moment that changed their experience at the university for the better

NEW 'U' As Sebastian riles up the crowd, freshmen show their school spirit during 'Cane Kick Off. Orientation is the first univeristy event that freshmen experience. Photo courtesy Jenny Abreu

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"I GOT TO MEET PEOPLE WHO I REALLY MESHED WITH AND THEY'VE BECOME SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS!" KATIE GIACOBBE, JUNIOR

"I always knew I loved journalism, but it wasn't until I started working for The Miami Hurricane that I realized I could make a career of it. Being on staff, surrounded by people who love telling the important stories as much as I do, was just the nudge I needed to jump into journalism full time—and I haven't looked back!" EMILY DULOHERY, SOPHOMORE

Participating in Homecoming my freshman year made me fall in love with UM. After that, I knew I wanted to take advantage of every opportunity to get involved because I never wanted to lose that sense of pride and admiration for this school that I felt during that week. With graduation quickly approaching, I've never been more in love with this school and never felt prouder to be a Miami Hurricane." RACHEL MESA, SENIOR

"IMPACT WAS A TURNING POINT OVER FALL BREAK MY FRESHMAN YEAR. I REALLY WAS ABLE TO CONNECT WITH PEERS ON A MUCH DEEPER LEVEL THAN BEFORE AND I'M GLAD I CAN CONTINUE WITH IT AS A FACILITATOR AND COORDINATOR." NATHANIEL FURMAN, SOPHOMORE

"My turning point at UM was becoming an RA in Hecht! The experience introduced me to some of my closest friends and I was able to help some of our newest 'Canes get adjusted to this place we all love." COLEMAN REARDON, SENIOR

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My turning point at the 'U' was when I realized that I wanted to be a creative advertising major. I wasn't happy with my old major and the second I switched it pushed my creativity, design skills, connecting and photography to the limit. It really helped me make the most of my time in Miami because I was surrounded with people that were also creative and liked the same things I did. It felt good to have belonging within the overall school." ALI GOEBEL, JUNIOR

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GAME TIME As per football tradition, Sebastian runs out with the team surrounded by smoke to kick off the Miami v. Virginia game. Photo by Jenny Abreu


WHAT WAS A TURNING POINT AT THE 'U'? "One stand out moment has to be when I met Natalie Hickerson on my freshman floor in Hecht. Coming to UM in spring instead of fall made me very nervous. Natalie and I instantly clicked when we realized we were both locked out of our rooms and had to go downstairs to get our Canecards activated. Once that was finished, Natalie invited me to join her and her friends for dinner at the Dining Hall. Our friendship took off from there. I’ve gained a lot from going to UM, but Natalie and the other friends I’ve made at UM is by far the most valuable thing I’ve gained."

"My junior year, I won the David Lin Unsung Hero Award. Winning it and hearing what my nominator said reminded me how much of a difference I’ve tried to make since coming to UM. UM has given me opportunities I never thought I would ever get and as a result of them, I went from being the shy girl from a small town who thought she couldn’t make a difference to the girl that people know around campus." ALLISON KADAMPELIL, JUNIOR

KATHLEEN DOSTALER, SENIOR

"A TURNING POINT WAS BEING ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN A MISSION TRIP THE SCHOOL OFFERED. IT HAS ALLOWED ME TO FIND A PASSION I HAD ABOUT GLOBAL HEALTH THAT I NEVER KNEW ABOUT BEFORE. " JOANNA VALENCIA, SENIOR

"Being gay and deaf, I always felt out of place. It wasn't until I joined both AKPsi and Orange Umbrella where I felt like I had a genuine family away from home. Both organizations have taught me indispensable lessons and have tremendously shaped both my personal and professional outlook. " NICOLAS SAMBAR, SENIOR

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At first, I was pretty shy and kept to myself, and was not making friends easily. But during Hurricane Irma, my dad passed away and it was easily the most devastating day of my life. Upon returning, I walked into my dorm and was greeted by 15 girls with gift baskets and hugs for me. Realizing I had a support system at the 'U' helped me realize how much I truly love this school and how much I want to continue my education, just as my dad would have wanted me to." OLIVIA WATTS , SOPHOMORE

TIMELESS TRADITION Students gather around Lake Osceola to watch the fireworks during Hurricane Howl, which is the last event during Homecoming Week. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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WHAT WAS A TURNING POINT AT THE 'U'? "WORKING AT THE RAT WAS A SUPER HELPFUL TURNING POINT BY GIVING ME A LITTLE FAMILY I WOULD’VE NEVER MET OTHERWISE." VIVIAN NGUYEN, SENIOR

"My UM experience was highly impacted by my being part of the Federación de Estudiantes Cubanos! Most memorably I found my place both at the 'U' and at FEC during my first Hurricane Howl, sitting by Lake Osceola and watching the fireworks!"

"I live in Georgia, so my biggest fear when coming to college in a new state was meeting new people/ making new friends. The turning point for me at UM was my freshman year when I took part in the Horizons program. I was able to meet so many people from different backgrounds, and some of those people are still my best friends today. Being a part of the program made me a lot more outgoing and it introduced me to clubs, like Caribbean Students Association, that made my new home feel more like home." JHEANELLE MILLER, JUNIOR

AGUSTIN RODRIGUEZ GRANDA, SENIOR

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Welcome to Miami; Clubbing on South Beach, tanning at the UC Pool, eating in Wynwood and studying on a glider under the sun

MIAMI'S PLAN After word got around that Canadian-rapper Drake was on the Coral Gables campus, students gathered below the Moss Terrace where he was filming his music video for "God's Plan." Photo courtesy UM Communications

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WHAT'S ON THE MENU? campus food

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305 TO MY CITY drake's visit

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HOT&

School stopped but the world didn't. In case you were busy, these were some of the biggest headlines

HUMID By Jorge Chabo & Samantha Budd

OMBINGS

MAY 22 MANCHESTER ARENA BOMBINGS

In the United Kingdom, the Manchester Arena was bombed as people were leaving the venue following an Ariana Grande concert. The attack was by Salman Ramadan Abedi who used a shrapnel-laden homemade bomb, killing 23 people, including himself, and left 250 injured. The Greater Manchester Police declared it a terrorist attack and suicide bombing, and was the deadliest attack in the United Kingdom since the 2005 London bombings.

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MAY 25 WONDER WOMAN Warner Brother's DC summer epic, "Wonder Woman," has spent the season breaking record after record. Directed by Patty Jenkins, the film has gained the title of the highest-grossing film directed by a woman as well as overtaking the previous entries into the DC Extended Universe, specifically "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice." Overall, "Wonder Woman," had the best second weekend box office of any modern superhero movie.

JULY 11 ALL-STAR GAME Major League Baseball played its 88th All-Star Game at Marlins Park, here in Miami. This is the first time this event has been held at Marlins Park since its construction back in 2012, along with two of our very own Marlins playing in the game. As for the game, the American League defeated the National League by a 2-1 final that went into a 10th inning – the first extra inning since 1967.

JULY 20 CHESTER BENNINGTON Linkin Park frontman, Chester Bennington, was found dead in his Los Angeles home on July 20. Bennington openly struggled with addiction and depression for a long time, but even people closest to him were shocked by his suicide. This tragedy occured only a week before Linkin Park was supposed to start a 29 show tour in North America.

AUG. 12 CHARLOTTESVILLE RIOTS Riots broke out in Charlottesville, VA between white nationalists and their counter protestors on August 12, resulting in 3 deaths and 34 injuries when a car plowed into another car and a group of protestors. This eruption of violence highlighted the tension surrounding racial issues in today’s bitter political climate, but certainly called to attention a need for change.

AUG. 21 SOLAR ECLIPSE North America experienced a rare treat in the form of a total solar eclipse, the first since 1979. The Moon passed between the Sun and the Earth, causing an eclipse of up to two minutes and 41 seconds long for those in the path of totality – the area where the Moon's shadow is darkest. Eager viewers sported special eclipse glasses and gathered to watch the eclipse unfold.

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Whether it was in their hometown, across the country or overseas, students took advantage of summer by going on different adventures By Samatha Budd

DOWN THE RIVERBEND Junior Serena Libertad kayaks in a river in Minnesota. Photo courtesy Serena Libertad

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LIFESTYLES | summer fun


SUMMER KISSES Junior Megan Berger feeds and pets the giraffes at Zoo Miami. Photo courtesy Megan Berger

I PEAKED With the view of the Teton mountain range in Wyoming behind her, sophomore Micaela Stoner poses for a photo while on a hike. Photo courtesy Micaela Stoner

#NOFILTER Junior Madeleine Doris takes advantage of the sunset hues for a photo at Madaket Beach, Mass.

TEAM WORK Seniors Zachary Silberberg, Andres Reid, Ben Caplan and Peter Khoury go kayaking in New Jersey.

Photo by Samantha Hasshold

Photo courtesy Zachary Silberberg

SPLASH ZONE While working at Point O'Pines Camp for Girls in Brant Lake, New York, sophomore Micaela Stoner goes canoeing with the other camp counselors. Photo courtesy Micaela Stoner

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makin'

MOVES Incoming freshmen receive a warm welcome to their new homes on Move In Day

IS THAT ALL? Prior to decorating, freshman Noah Klar unpacks his clothes into his dresser. Freshmen are given one dresser and a closet. Photo by Jenny Abreu

By Samantha Budd

A hectic yet exciting energy filled the air as the Class of 2021 began their collegiate journey on Aug. 14 and 15. Legacies, international students, Foote Fellows and Hammond Scholars, as well as students from the Frost School of Music and College of Engineering started moving in on Monday, Aug. 14. Remaining new students moved in on Tuesday, the 15th. Students were welcomed by University and Student Services’ “Cruise Ship Move In” for a seamless transition, receiving an assigned move in time based on which tower and floor they are living on. Once checked in for ‘Cane Kickoff, new students took photos for their Cane Card IDs. The rest of the day was theirs to settle in to their new surroundings and make their dorm room feel like home by adding their own style to it. In addition to comfortable bedding and unpacked suitcases, many students used a variety of photographs, posters, string lights, signs and more to create a personalized feel for their room. However, Move In Day was not just moving into the dorms. As the very first day of the whole UM experience, Move In Day needed to have a welcoming and exciting spirit. Sebastian the Ibis strutted around, threw up the U and stirred up the 'Canes spirit right from the beginning. Additionally, both nights featured welcome events such as mixers for both legacy families and for international students.

BUT FIRST, SELFIE With Move In Day being an important event in college, freshman Sierra Mathis stops to take a selfie with her family before moving into her dorm in Stanford Residential College. Photo by Jenny Abreu

ONE TRIP With minimal parking available close to Hecht, Stanford and Eaton, freshmen and their families take as much as they can to minimize the number of trips. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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LIFESTYLES | move in


MAKING WAVES OF CHANGE For the first year ever, UM partnered with University and Student Services (USS) to improve the freshman move-in experience. USS provides “Cruise Ship Move In” for many different college campuses, bringing students' belongings directly to their room quickly and conveniently. By reducing the burden of carrying heavy boxes, Cruise Ship Move In allows students and families to focus on what’s important: getting their bearings on their new surroundings. Students were appropriately directed to the line designated for their dorm: Hecht, Stanford or Eaton. Once in line, the contents of their vehicles were moved out and brought via carts to the dorms while the students were welcomed and checked-in and their families were directed to parking

CRUISIN' IN A member of the Cruise Ship move in team push carts loaded with a student’s belongings into their dorm to unload. Photo by Jackie Abreu

NEW BFF New 'Canes eagerly say "cheese" for a photo with Sebastian the Ibis at ToppelFest. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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BEGINNING

Incoming 'Canes begin to learn about the many traditions of the 'U' at 'Cane Kick Off By Samantha Budd

Gearing up for the fall semester, the university hosts its annual, week-long, new student celebration- orientation. The university welcomed over 2,000 new students. For a whole week, incoming students were treated to various seminars and activities that taught them about the "U." It’s the first step in becoming a part of the 'Cane family. Many of the events provided endless opportunities to introduce themselves to their new counterparts. One of them, 'CaneStage’s New Student Talent Show, included more than a dozen students performing their talents to be cheered on by their newfound peers. All the events and activities are there to teach the freshmen the traditions of UM. One of the events had current seniors speak about their time at the "U." “I was really nervous at first, but actually sitting there, it felt like a conversation with friends which made it go by a lot smoother for me,” said Senior JP Becerril, President of the Association of Commuter Students. The senior perspective was important to share with the freshmen as they had a chance to listen to the experiences and memories they may have during their time here. One of the final events was the annual 'CaneFest which had all of UM’s organizations gather in the Watsco Center to showcase their organization and provide information to potential new members. Turnout is always high for this grand festival of on-campus involvement.

PICTURE PERFECT Sebastian the Ibis stops to take a group selfie with students attending Orientation. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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LIFESTYLES | orientation

WELCOME FAMILIES New students and their families mingle before Orientation programming begins. Photo by Jenny Abreu

SHOOT YOUR SHOT New students learn about the effects of alcohol through a game of cornhole at the "So What's All the Buzz About?" session. Photo by Jenny Abreu


A WARM WELCOME President Julio Frenk welcomes new students and their families at the "President's Welcome Address" with Sebastian by his side. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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HURRICANE IRMA

THIS IS NOT A

DRILL Hurricane Irma was the greatest threat to campus since 1992 when Hurricane Andrew hit the east coast By Alize Ramirez-Canas

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LIFESTYLES | hurricane irma

SEPT. 4 The university sends out its first "Storm Alert" for Hurricane Irma" stating that they are monitoring the storm.


HERE SHE COMES Satellite image from NASA, shows Hurricane Irma barreling through the Carribean towards Florida. Photo courtesy of NASA

SEPT. 5 President Frenk declares a state of emergency. A second advisory is sent out announcing that classes are canceled for the rest of the week. Administration encourages students to evacuate from South Florida. Hurricane Irma now a category 5 storm with maximum sustained winds of 175 mph.

SEPT. 6 Irma passes over Barbuda, St. Martin, Anguilla, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

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evacuation or HURRICANE IRMA

PREPARATION Stormy skies began to cover Miami as residents and students prepared for Irma as she barreled toward the United States By Jorge Chabo & Alize Ramirez-Canas

Hurricane Irma, a massive storm that roared through the Caribbean and past nine states, struck South Florida on September 10, 2017. Combined with the resulting recovery efforts, Irma forced the University of Miami to cancel classes for 13 days, with all students required to evacuate campus. While many traveled back home or simply out of state, a portion of students chose to stay in Miami and weather the storm. Students looking to catch flights out as news of the storm emerged found an unexpected problem. With supply easily outmatched by demand, airlines were forced to raise their prices, in some cases upwards of $1,000. Many students decided to drive instead, taking precautions before leaving. "Before heading home, I put all my valuables and anything that was on the floor or by my windows in my bathtub," said senior Zach Silberberg, who lives on campus in the University Village. For Florida residents, pre-Irma preparation was a lengthier process. Window shutters had to be put up, outdoor furniture had to be brought inside, and provisions such as food and water had to be purchased. "I went home on Wednesday and it took all of Thursday to get everything together," said senior Danielle Wolfs, who is from Naples. "We put up hurricane shutters and brought anything that was outside into the house. We also went grocery shopping, but there was no water or bread left." Whether they hunkered down or evacuated, students monitored the storm closely and were kept in the loop with advisories sent from the university's communications team.

SEPT. 7 UM announces that all university campuses will remain closed through Monday, Sept. 11. Irma passes over the Turks and Caicos islands. Storm warning issued for Florida and the Keys.

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FEARLESS A mural outside of the Geneva hotel in Wynwood by artist Beau Bradbury went viral and became an iconic symbol of Miami's fearless attitude towards Hurricane Irma. Photo by Giovana Tarantino

SEPT. 8 For the first time in UM's history, remaining students on campus are evacuated to a designated shelter. The university announces it will remain closed through Tuesday, Sept. 12. Hurricane Irma is downgraded to a category 4 with winds of 155 mph (5 a.m.). Irma makes landfall on Cuba as a category 5 (11 a.m.).


HOW TO GET RID OF IRMA In classic millennial fashion, students used humor and the power of the Internet to deal with the fact that a powerful hurricane was headed for UM, through the popular digital medium of memes. An unexpected yet cathartic outlet emerged through creating Facebook events aimed at humorously getting rid of Hurricane Irma. Here are five particularly amusing UM-centric events that emerged from the calm before the storm: 1. Revoking Irma’s financial aid so she can’t afford to come to UM 2. Make Irma wait for a Hurry Cane shuttle until she gives up and storms away 3. Throw hands at Hurricane Irma 4. Fidget Spin Clockwise to Cancel Out Irma 5. Everybody Points Their Fans At The Hurricane To Blow It Away

R U GOING? Facebook events helped students cope with the hurricane through humor. Screenshot taken from facebook.com

BRACING FOR THE FLOODS Charlie, senior Sabrina Cheikhali's corgi, dons his raincoat in preparation for Hurricane Irma. 'Canes who stayed with their pets during the storm had to stock up on extra food and water. Photo by Sabrina

I GOT THIS Graduate student Nicole Egorov puts up shutters on the windows of her home. Photo by

Cheikhali

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HURRICANE IRMA

HURRICATION Time off wasn't expected until Fall Break, but many impromptu plans were made during the weeks of lost class time By Alize Ramirez-Canas

Losing almost three weeks of school gave students more free time than they anticipated. After it was announced that class wouldn’t start until Sept. 18– recovery efforts pushing this date further back to Sept. 25– some students took advantage of the break by spending time at home or going somewhere new. Junior Katie Davis went home to La Crescenta, California and made use of her impromptu break by showing her friends who evacuated with her around Los Angeles – from University of Southern California football games to Disneyland to the Hollywood sign. “It was cool to be able to show my friends where I come from,” said Katie. “Until the hurricane passed Miami, we were obsessively watching the weather channel, so we didn’t do much at first. Once we were able to go explore L.A. I felt like I was sharing an important part of my life with them and I’m glad we got to have that experience together.” For sophomore Micaela Stoner, she didn’t go home or fly somewhere new: she drove. Along with her friend who was visiting from Australia, they drove 20 different states and visited mutual friends they hadn’t seen in years. “I didn’t want my friend’s visit to go to waste, so we packed up my two door convertible and hit the road,” said Micaela. “We ended up not paying for lodging because we had friends all over the country. Our favorite spots were Nashville, Tennessee and Tuscaloosa, Alabama, but the whole trip was amazing.” JUMP AROUND In front of Chicago's famous "bean," seniors Coleman Reardon and Mackenzie Mayhew jump for a photo. Photo by Coleman Reardon

SEPT. 9 Irma weakens back down to a category 4 with 130 mph winds.

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SEPT. 10 Coral Gables campus loses power. UM announces that classes will resume Monday, Sept. 18 at the earliest. Irma makes landfall in Florida.


HEY MICKEY Before Irma made its way up Florida, seniors Patricia Victor, Michelle Inglis and Michelle Williams visit Disney World in Orlando. Photo by Michelle Inglis

HOLLYWOOD DREAMING Juniors Katie Davis and Manvi Rajan Seth escape to Los Angeles, California and visit iconic sites, like the Holllywood sign. Photo by Katie Davis

I BELIEVE IN... Before going home, seniors Haley Walker and Samuel Bierman visit Nashville, TN. Photo by Haley Walker

SEPT. 11 Hurricane Irma downgrades to a category 1 as it heads toward Tampa, Fla. Around 6 million people are without power.

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IRMAGEDDON The university underwent a lengthy and difficult process to recover from the wrath of Irma and ensure the student body’s safe and prompt return to campus By Jorge Chabo & Alize Ramirez-Canas

Although the Miami metropolitan area was fortunate enough to miss the worst of the storm, the impacts on the city and the university were still devastating. The main issues were widespread debris, power outages, and infrastructure damage. Florida Power & Light had to restore power to many buildings on campus, as well as to over 730,000 customers in Miami-Dade County. Emergency crews at the U worked to clear debris and guarantee that some 2,000 rooms on campus were safe for students' return. While classes resumed for graduate schools on Sept. 18 and for the Law School on Sept. 20, the Coral Gables campus did not resume classes until Sept. 25, leaving a significant impact on the fall semester's academic calendar. In order to make up for three weeks of lost time, the university had to make some drastic adjustments. The fall recess scheduled for Oct. 12-15 was cancelled, and the semester was extended until Dec. 20. Instead of holding a traditional final exam week, the University left the decision of when final exams would be given up to faculty. Despite the setback, the ‘Cane spirit endured and the UM community bounced back from Irma with a resilient spirit. Many students returned a few days prior to the start of classes to cheer on the football team as they took on Toledo, and won with a score of 52-30, on Sept. 23.

UPROOTED With winds at 130 mph, Hurricane Irma uprooted and knocked over many of the trees on campus. Photo by Erika Orstad

SEPT. 12 Mahoney/Pearson, Pavia and Merrick parking garages open for students to retrieve their cars. Sheltered students return to campus and are relocated to a nearby hotel. Recovery efforts begin.

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LIFESTYLES | hurricane irma

SEPT. 13 Academic calendar revisions are finalized. Classes are to resume Monday, Sept. 25. Fall Break and Parent's Weekend are canceled and the semester is extended to Dec. 20.


CLEAN UP Senior Daniel Calkins cleans up his front yard after Hurricane Irma passes through South Florida. Photo by Daniel Calkins

TURN THE LIGHTS ON The city of Coral Gables threatened to sue Florida Power & Light (FPL) due to the power outages from Hurricane Irma. Almost a quarter-million of FPL's customers in Miami-Dade County remained without power almost a week post-Irma. People were especially upset with the safety ramifications of this delay. In Hollywood, eight residents at a nursing home died from a lack of air conditioning. Another woman had to use a generator around the clock to power her daughter’s lifesaving respirator. The city commission held an emergency meeting and unanimously voted to pursue the possibility of a lawsuit against FPL. By Samantha Budd

HERE'S THE 411 University president Julio Frenk inspects the campus after the hurricane and stresses the importance of recovery. Photo courtesy UM Communications

SEPT. 15 Power is restored to nearly all of campus and 1,500 pounds worth of debris is cleaned up from campus. Residential halls re-open and students begin to return to the three campuses.

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HURRICANE IRMA

Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virgina were affected minimally by the end of the storm.

FOR THE BOOKS While Hurricane Irma won't be the last hurricane to impact the U.S., it came with many firsts

North Carolina was impacted by strong rip currents and waves.

By Jorge Chabo & Samantha Budd

In Alabama, Irma was downgraded to a tropical depression.

Widespread flooding along the coast was caused by storm surge and heavy rainfall.

Irma made landfall in Georgia as a tropical storm.

Strongest hurricane to hit Florida since Andrew in

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15 million Florida residents were without power.

About 6.5 million were ordered to evacuate

SEPT. 19 Classes resume for RSMAS and Miller students.

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SEPT. 20 Classes resume for law students.

Florida is 160 miles wide at its most distant points.

SEPT. 22 Residential students return.

SEPT. 25 Classes resume for all students.


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SHOES Many students sport special Vans or Converse shoes, custom made in UM colors. The UM bookstore sells premade ones, or many students choose to buy a plain white pair of shoes and decorate the shoes themselves. CROCHET TOPS These have been all the rage at GameDay this year. Girls usually purchase them from someone who makes them handmade in the beloved UM orange and green.

GAMEDAY GEAR With the sun shining down on tailgates during football season, students wear shorts and tank tops to stay cool. Sophomores Mila Mikalacki, Matt Karas and Ariana Winter wore custom tops and high socks to the UM v. Notre Dame game.

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PICK is... For the first time in ‘Canes history, ESPN’s College GameDay paid a visit to the Coral Gables campus, hyping up the UM v. Notre Dame game

By Samantha Budd & Alize Ramirez-Canas

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class to take a peek and add a photo to

the Irish. However, baseball star and

their Snapchat story with a caption that

GameDay’s guest, Alex Rodriguez,

most likely read “College GameDay is

chose Miami for the win, which made

coming!!!”

the crowd explode in cheers.

Hundreds of fans in orange and

“The energy of the crowd was

green filled the Lakeside Patio as they

the highest during the picks, especially

cheered for the ‘Canes. Many of them,

when A-Rod and Heisman trophy

ranging from students to the general

winner, Desmond Howard, picked the

population, were in line hours before

‘Canes for the win. They also booed

just to get a spot in the pit so their sign

and cheered loudly when Corso went

could be seen on TV.

against the U,” said senior Thalia

College GameDay has been touring

Garcia. “As a senior, this experience

college campuses since 1993, visiting

was one of the best ways to make my

only the best teams and the biggest

last year memorable.”

of the season for their college football

In the end, the 'Canes did not

discussions, where they eventually

disappoint with their 41-8 victory and

decide their picks of the day. With

record 6.7 million viewership reach.

GameDay comes with a sea of fans

WHO WILL WIN? Hosts, Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstreit, discuss who they think will win the game. Both spoke highly of the 'Canes but ultimately picked Notre Dame. Photo by Erika Orstad

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LIFESTYLES | college gameday


IBIS > IRISH Sebastian the Ibis hypes up the crowd with the help of the Sunsations. Photo by Jackie Abreu

ONLY TODAY MATTERS A fan mocks Notre Dame with a homemade sign. Prior to the game, Notre Dame was ranked at 11, while UM was ranked 13. Photo by Erika Orstad

A SEA OF ORANGE AND GREEN 'Canes fans crowd the Lakeside Patio for the show, all wearing their best UM gear. Even though the show was set to start at 9 a.m., devoted lined up for a spot as early as 5 a.m. Photo by Erika Orstad

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SWING SWING After gaining popularity in San Francisco, the Museum of Ice Cream made its way to Miami, where sophomore Isabella Di Giglio took a swing in the fruit exhibit. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

for the

CURIOUS

Whether you're looking for an outdoor activity or want to learn something new, Miami is filled with cultural and historical hotspots that will satisfy your curiosity By Alize Ramirez-Canas

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LIFESTYLES | living in miami


SUN TAN U Senior Sophia Pressman visits one of the colorful lifeguard stand on Miami Beach. These decorate the beach from South Pointe Park to 85th street. Photo by Eve Jaffe

All year round, no matter the weather, there is always something to do in Miami. Even though the Magic City is known for its night life, Miami is a cultural hot spot with a rich history. In recent years, students have made their way down to Wynwood, Miami's art district, to be immersed in unique artwork by local artists. The most popular, and the most instagramable spot, is the Wynwood Walls. Painted by artists from all over the world, the walls tower visitors in urban artwork. Once a month, Wynwood also hosts an Art Walk where visitors can shop local vendors and admire local galleries. In the fall, a new museum came to Miami - the Museum of Ice Cream. After its flagship location in San Francisco went viral, it toured to other major cities including Miami. Only open for a few months, students flocked to the Instagram-worthy to see the colorful exhibits before it closed. "I loved the Museum of Ice Cream because it was less like a museum and more like an experience," said sophomore Isabella Di Giglio. "All of the exhibits were ineractive and you got free ice cream." For those who care less about pictureworthy spots and more about experiences, Miami has several events throughout the years. One of those being Ultra Music Festival, an EDM festival attended by people all over the world. For something more historical, the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, which was built in 1914, is only $10 for students. "The gardens were amazing to see," said senior Emily Aguila, "especially the beautiful and eclectic architecture from around the world right here in Miami."

WANT SOME

FUN? THE PRICE TAG: $350

ULTRA

MUSIC FESTIVAL THE PRICE TAG: $38

ULTRA FUN Known as one of the biggest dance music festivals, juniors Rafael Cariello, Amanda Fuentes, Maddie Fuentes and Maria Bucarano attend Ultra Music Festival. Photo courtesy Maria Bucarano

MUSEUM OF ICE CREAM THE PRICE TAG: $10

VIZCAYA MUSEUM

& GARDENS

THE PRICE TAG: FREE

SOUTH

BEACH

THE PRICE TAG: FREE

WYNWOOD

WALLS

SEA THAT A landmark in Coral Gables, senior Emily Aguila takes a tour of the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. Photo by Josh Kartheiser

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VIEWS & FOOD Junior Jessica Banalewicz enjoys soup and a view of Miami Beach at Juvia, a rooftop eatery. Photo courtesy Jessica Banalewicz

SUNDAYS ARE FOR THE GIRLS Popular for its $15 bottomless mimosas deal and extensive brunch menu, junior Daniela Osorio enjoys Sunday brunch with her friends at Geroge's On Sunset. Photo courtesy Daniela Osorio

WHAT ARE YOU

CRAVING? DELICIOUS DONUTS? THE

SALTY DONUT

CUBAN CUISINE?

HAVANA HARRY'S CRAZY MILKSHAKES?

BOCA'S

HOUSE

TACO TUESDAY Senior Patricia Colon takes advantage of Taco Craft's Taco Tuesday deal. The Tex-Mex restaurant offers $3 tacos and $4 beers. Photo courtesy

FEELING LUCKY Junior Garbrielle Sami spends a night out at 1-800-Lucky, a new Asian hotspot in Wynwood that is half a cafeteria and half a bar. Photo by Izabella Felpeto

Patricia Colon

BEST BRUNCH?

GEORGE'S ON SUNSET TASTIEST TACOS?

HOT NEW SPOT?

1-800IN WYNWOOD GUYS DAY OUT One of the few places that offers drink specials to guys, seniors Dylan Kirschenbaum, James Frick, Curtis Mitchell and Kyle Bourke celebrate the end of their senior year with $15 bottomless mimosas and brunch at George's On Sunset. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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LIFESTYLES | living in miami


for the

FOODIE

LARGER THAN LIFE Known for their large desserts, junior Sarah Karp tackles an ice cream sundae from Barton G's. Photo courtesy Sarah Karp

Miami is more than just beaches and warm weather. It is home to a wide-range of restaurants and diverse cuisine. From Cuban to Asian-fusion, Miami has what you're craving By Madison George

Whether you’re in the mood for a swanky setting, authentic flare or a quick bite, Miami has more than enough to offer when it comes to their wide variety of food. From the waters of South Beach to the high rises of Brickell, the journey your taste buds can take goes on for miles. Miami may be known for some of the best Cuban cuisine, but the city has such a variety like chic Japanese, towering milkshakes and restaurants that offer more than just food but also a memorable experience. Junior Sarah Karp visited Barton G’s, a restaurant in Miami Beach. This unique eatery offers elaborate cocktails, polished entrees and luxurious desserts that satisfy the eye and stomach. Karp made the trip to the restaurant during a girls weekend with her mom and three sisters and raved about the gigantic ice cream sundae she ordered. "The sundae was served in a giant metal martini glass and came with three different ice cream flavors, brownies, cookies, a whole can of whip cream, and chocolate syrup,” said Karp. Here in Miami, Sunday brunch is not a need, it is a must. Whether you're looking for the best bang for your buck in terms of mimosas, a killer charcuterie board, or any other brunch necessities George’s has it all. With $15 bottomless mimosas, breakfast favorites, and a variety of eats, it’s no wonder this is a UM favorite for many. A new spot that opened up in Wynwood is 1-800-Lucky, an Asian food hall, bar and record shop. Its mostly popular

SWEET TREAT Junior Maria Bucarano indulges in matcha ice cream from 1-800-Lucky. Photo courtesy Maria Bucarano

for its ice cream cart outside, Taiyaki, which is known for its Japanese fish-shaped icecream cones. "1-800-Lucky is one of my favorite places to visit," said junior Gabrielle Sami. "I like that they have a variety of food and a DJ at night, making it more than just a place to eat." No matter what your taste buds are asking for, there is something around Miami to satisy them.

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WHAT'S THE

MOVE? MONDAY

STUDY

TIME! TUESDAY

BLACKBIRD ORDINARY

WELCOME TO MIAMI In order to show her what Miami has to offer, Junior Gabriella Depardon spends a girls night out at Story, a popular club in Miami Beach. Photo courtesy Gabriella Depardon

WEDNESDAY

BASEMENT MIAMI

THURSDAY

THE

GROVE FRIDAY

SHOTS

MIAMI

SO AMSO Senior Teren Hart spends his Friday night at American Social, which is a restaurant during the day and a bar at night in the heart of Brickell. Photo courtesy Teren Heart

ICE ICE BABY Seniors Kelly Zahnen, Cindy May and Alize Ramirez-Canas check Basement Miami - known for its indoor ice skating rink - off of their Miami bucket list. Photo by Emily Aguila

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LIFESTYLES | living in miami

LOVE ME One of the few speakeasies in Miami, sophomores Bea Fontana and Konstantina Katsimeni go to Bodega, which is located behind a taco cart in Miami Beach. Photo courtesy Konstantina Katsimeni

LIV LIFE Sophomores Shainaya Kukreja, Konstantina Katsimeni, Isabella Vaccaro and Annie Nelson attend one of LIV's events during Miami Music Week. Photo courtesy Konstantina Katsimeni


for the

L W O T H NIG

DRINKS ON ME With more bars opening in Wynwood, seniors Dennis Lejardi and Kevin Forte go to The Dirty Rabbit during a bar crawl. Photo courtesy Dennis Lejardi

Where going out at 11 p.m. and not coming home until 3 a.m. is the norm, it's no wonder the city never sleeps, so why should we? By Madison George

Miami has an array of options for the

for having some of the midst popular celebs

night owl in all of us. Whether it be hitting

make appearances and perform which draws

bars along South Beach or in Brickell, seeing

a large crowd to the Collins Avenue club.

your favorite artist perform at a club, or

If you’re not looking for a night out that

enjoying one of the many other Miami spots,

goes on until the wee hours of the morning,

there can be something for everyone.

Miami has more options that are bit more

Coming all the way from Sydney

relaxed. New bars have been popping up in

Australia, junior exchanges student Jasmin

Wynwood and Brickell, giving students more

Law has gotten the full Miami experience in

options for their weekend nights.

terms of nightlife. Her favorite spot to hit is

Senior, Teren Hart enjoys American

Barsecco in the heart of Brickell for pre-

Social for the “lively crowd, chill atmosphere,

game drinks before heading to LIV, located

and music that fit everyone’s taste.” The bar

in the Fountainbleu Hotel on South Beach.

and restaurant has locations in Tampa, Fort

“My favorite part about LIV is seeing all the big performers” says Law. LIV is known

Lauderdale, and Miami.

LIV IT UP Sophomore Jasmin Law spends her Friday night at LIV, one of Miami Beach's most upscale clubs known for celebrity performances and appearances. Photo courtesy Jasmin Law

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not just

ANOTHER birthday With all the wisdom of 21 years, a well-deserved night of celebration interrupts the regular schedule of work or school as celebrators take advantage of all the hot bars and clubs that Miami has to offer

By Jorge Chabo

AMANDA ARRIZABALAGA: MOJITO

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LIFESTYLES | turning 21


What's your favorite drink?

BRIAN RODRIGUEZ: MOJITO

JORGE CHABO: MARGARITA

10. 5%

RO S

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TAMIA MEDINA: MANGO MOJITO

O JIT

O OM

NG

LORENA ROMAN: GIN & TONIC

13.5%

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NIC

33%

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What's ON

THE

?

MENU

The Farmer's Market or Food Court? Vicky's Cafe or Starbucks for your daily caffeine fix? Lime instead of Pollo Tropical? The choices are endless, but whatever you're craving, you can find it somewhere on campus By Alize Ramirez-Canas

FARMER'S MARKET

POKE BOWL Sophomore Stephanie Perez's Favorite Other Farmer's Market favorites include açaí bowl, crepes, steak sandwiches, spring rolls, gyros, guanabana juice, Hibachi chicken, sausage arepas, ginger lemonade, bao buns and carne asada.

TOSSED

MINESTRONE Junior Casey Lue's Favorite Other Tossed favorites include roast beef and cheddar sandwich, blackened chicken wrap, and blackened chicken salad.

PANDA EXPRESS

MUSHROOM CHICKEN Senior Sabrina Cheikhali's Favorite Other Panda Express favorites include orange chicken bowl with half fried rice and half chow mein, firecracker chicken with white rice, orange chicken with brown and teriyaki chicken with vegetables.

VICKY'S BAKERY

CROQUETAS Junior Bernute Augustin's Favorite Other Vicky's favorites include the Cuban sandwich, colada, pan de bono, cheese and guava pastelito and spinach empanadas.

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LIFESTYLES | campus food


THE RATSKELLLER

NO - YES FRIES Freshman Katya Garcia's Favorite Other Rathskeller favorites include pulled pork sandwich, the burger and beer special, mozzarella sticks and curly fries.

THE RATSKELLLER

THE IBIS CHOP Senior Joanna Niworowski's Favorite Other Rathskeller favorites include the Cuban chop, turkey burger, sweet potato fries, a pitcher of Bud Select, pita chips and hummus, mac 'n' cheese bites, the Miami Meltdown and milkshakes

POLLO TROPICAL

TROPICHOP Sophomore Daniel Palma's Favorite Other Pollo Tropical favorites include 1/4 chicken with brown rice and a tropichop with mixed with white rice and lettuce.

VICKY'S BAKERY

PASTELITOS Sophomore Millie Chokshi's Favorite Other Vicky's favorites include cafe con leche, tostada, the croqueta preparada sandwich and the breakfast special with eggs and bacon.

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BRISK&

Fall headlines were filled with natural disasters, social movements and political turmoil

BREEZY By Jorge Chabo

AUG. 25 - SEPT. 20 HURRICANE HARVEY AND MARIA The 2017 hurricane season was the strongest in a long time as three major hurricanes struck the Caribbean and parts of Southern and Middle U.S. Hurricane Harvey was the first as it struck Texas at a Category 4 causing upwards of $125 billion in damage – coming in second behind Hurricane Katrina as the most costly natural disaster in U.S. history. Hurricane Maria killed at least nine people across the Caribbean and left the entire Island of Puerto Rico without power. As of six months after Maria, 11 percent of Puerto Rico was still without power.

EPT. 20 AUG. 25 - ES HARVEY AND MARIA HURRICAN

SEPT. 5 END OF DACA President Trump's administration announced their plan to end the Obama-era policy that protected approximately 8000,000 undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children. DACA, which stands for the Deferred Action for Children Arrivals, protected them from deportation. The program fully expired on March 5, 2018. Afterward, #DefendDACA trended on twitter.

OCT. 2 LAS VEGAS SHOOTING On the night of the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival on the Las Vegas Strip, a lone gunman, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, opened fire on the crowd from the 32nd floor of the nearby Mandalay Bay Hotel. Using a modified assault rifle, he murdered 58 people. This event marked the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

OCT. 28

HUGH HEFNER PASSES

The founder of Playboy, Hugh Hefner, passed in his Beverly Hills home at the age of 91. Hefner was a businessman and magazine publisher. He was the editor-in-chief of Playboy magazine, which he launched in 1953.

OCT. 19 #METOO MOVEMENT Accredited to activist Tarana Burke, the #MeToo movement began in 2006 as a away for women to show solidarity with each other, specifically within the realm of sexual harassment. The hashtag went viral in 2017 during the downfall of Harvey Weinstein in wake of his years of harassment and abuse toward the women he’d worked with throughout his Hollywood career. The meaning behind it: “If all women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote ‘Me Too.’ as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.”

DEC. 14 FCC VOTE ON NET NEUTRALITY The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday, December 14, 2017 to repeal the net neutrality protections of the Obama-era. Essentially, what once prevented internet providers from prioritizing access to online content from both consumers and content-providers is now gone.

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LIFESTYLES | fall events

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R.I.P. JULIET Alex Mitchell as Romeo mourns for Juliet, played by Emma Freeman, in the crypt where he thinks she's dead. Photo by Sarah Carron

Q&A

Q: As assistant costume designer, what were some of your duties before and during the show?

A: I scheduled the fittings for the

of her inspiration from a Romeo and Juliet Vogue shoot, the costumes were inspired by really classic romantic silhouettes.

actors, I took fitting notes for alterations, I took costume notes during dress rehearsals, and I communicated the notes from the costume designer to the wardrobe crew and cast.

Q: Which costume was the most

inspiration from?

Q: Which costume was your favorite? A: Juliet’s red dress was my favorite

Q: Where did the costume team draw A: The designer, Michiko, drew a lot

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GENEVIEVE OERTLI

Costume Design and Studio Arts double major

LIFESTYLES | fall ring theater

difficult to create?

A: The most difficult costume to create was the wedding dress, which got added fairly late on in the process, it required a lot of detail and we had to make it easy to run in.

costume

EXCUSE ME? Mercutio, played by Bobby Eddy, kisses the nurse's arm in attempt at flattery. The nurse was genderbent and played by Daniel Barrett. Photo by Sarah Carron


O Romeo,

ROMEO The Jerry Herman Ring Theatre takes the audience back in time to portray the story of two star-crossed lovers in Verona, Italy

By Alize Ramirez-Canas

The tragic story of Romeo and Juliet is familiar to most, whether

ADMIT IT, LOVERBOY Mercutio and Benvolio, genderbent and played by Uma Paranjpe, tease Romeo about his crush on Juliet. Photo by Sarah Carron

you have seen one of the many movie adaptations or you read the original by Shakespeare in English class. As part of their Fall lineup, The Jerry Herman Ring Theatre decided to take on the famous story with a few unique touches. “We added a lot of modern elements - mostly music,” said senior Emma Freeman, who played Juliet. “During the famous party scene, we added a song by Depeche Mode and Alex (Romeo) and I sang to each other. We also added contemporary music during most of the transitions.” Not only did their production play with music, but they also gender-bent some casting. For example, Benvolio and the Prince were played by women, as women.

four hours a night Monday to Friday and eight hours on Saturdays.

TOGETHER IN HEAVEN The Capulets and the Montegues mourn over the loss of their children, Romeo and Juliet, in the resolution of the play. The Capulets were played by Matt Paris and Emma Harper, while the Montagues were played by Lily Steven and Sam Chan.

Throughout the rehearsal period, 30 hours were accumulated toward

Photo by Sarah Carron

With most Shakespearean plays, the language and the acting isn’t as straightforward, which challenged the actors and required many hours of rehearsal time. They had four weeks of rehearsal, with

training in rapier dagger sword fighting. “The most difficult part was making sure my Shakespeare technique was clear while bringing part of myself into the role,” said senior Alex Michell, who played Romeo. “You see so much Shakespeare that just looks and sounds like Shakespeare, so the real difficulty is bringing something unique to the role.” Although it was a challenging production, it was enjoyed by both the audience and the cast and crew. “The balcony scene was my favorite because the language is so beautiful, but I also loved all of my scenes with the Capulet family,” said Emma. “Being able to perform with my friends every night was one of the most fun and special experiences I could possibly ask for.”

JULIET'S POISON In order to fake her own death to her family so she can run off with Romeo and be with him freely, Juliet drinks a sleeping potion. Photo by Sarah Carron

STAY WITH ME As Mercutio is dying after being stabbed, Romeo is stricken with grief. Photo by Sarah Carron

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WHAT

'Canes

SAY

IS THERE ANYONE SELLING A RED PARKING PASS?

YOU CAN’T SPELL Languages are constantly evolving with new slang, but there are certain phrases and references that only a 'Cane would understand By Ibis Staff

CAN I GET A PITCHER OF BUD SELECT?

#AtTheRat

FULL

SEND

UNDEFEATED WITHOUT

THE DID YOU SEE THAT

MEME

ON THE MEME PAGE?

STORY

I’m studying at the UC Pool

IS IT WORTH BUYING THE TEXTBOOK? THE HEAT IS KILLING ME

CAMPUS VIBES On any typical day, students enjoy food or studying out on the Lakeside Patio. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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LIFESTYLES | what 'canes say


It’s RAINING,

class should be

CANCELED

F CK

the grove sucks now

RIP FAT TUESDAYS LET'S ALL GO TO SOBE

MY FRIEND

Can I hit your Juul? ARE YOU GOING TO

ART BASEL?

Meet me

AT THE

RAT?

I can’t, I’m studying at

CLUB RICHTER PROMOTER LOOKING FOR A

HAS A

*POINTS TO MOSS TERRACE*

SATURDAY

DRAKE STOOD HERE ULTRA TICKET!

I NEED A CANECARD FOR THE GAME I’m getting an açaí bowl

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let the

CELEBRATION begin Complete with competitions and spirit, it's the most wonderful time of the year as Homecoming kicks off

By Jorge Chabo

'CANES ROYALTY Senior Gabrielle Hands of United Black Students is crowned Queen of Homecoming. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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LIFESTYLES | homecoming


OCT. 27 OPENING CEREMONIES

Homecoming week kicks off with the presentation of murals made by student organizations and the Alma Mater preliminaries.

ALMA MATER COMPETITION PRELIMINARIES

Competing organizations send their best singers to perform their own rendition of the Alma Mater, remixed to the rhythm of popular songs of their choice. SPIRITED BY HAND Like a Christmas Tree, organizations present their homemade ornaments to decorate the Spirit Tree. Photo by

OCT. 28

Association of Commuter Students

HOMECOMING KICKOFF Showing off their artistic abilities, competing organizations present their murals as part of Opening Ceremonies. Photo by Association of Commuter Students

HURRICANES HELP THE HOMETOWN

'Canes give back to the community for their day of service as they're sent out to different parts of the city to provide their share of community service.

OCT. 30 SPIRIT TREE COMPETITION

A representation of the UM orange tree, the Spirit Tree embodies the colors of the U and is decorated for Homecoming with ornaments made by student organizations.

KING & QUEEN PAGEANT

A panel of judges made up of staff and distinguished community members choose their top picks for UM royalty, which gives big points for the organization the king and queen represent. United Black Students won big as two of their members, seniors Gabrielle Hands and Anthony Preston were crowned king and queen.

KING OF UM Senior Anthony Preston of United Black Students swaggers across the stage as he's crowned the King of Homecoming.

OH SPIRIT TREE Members of the Homecoming Executive Committee showcase the decorated spirit tree filled with handmade ornaments.

Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

Photo by Homecoming Executive Committee

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MOVE

Music to the

Popular artists Cash Cash and A$AP Ferg performed at the Watsco Center for the annual Homecoming Concert

By Samantha Budd & Jorge Chabo

The Homecoming Concert was planned by Hurricane Productions, UM’s entertainment and programming board that happens to be the largest student-run organization with seven smaller subcommittees. HP Concerts was the committee that worked to bring this event to campus. Free student and guest tickets were passed out in the Breezeway, all students had to do was just show their Cane Card. The doors to the Watsco Center opened at 6 p.m., and the first 1,500 students in line were able to get on the floor to be near the stage. The opener was Cash Cash - a young, fun pop/ EDM group made up of three DJs from Roseland, New Jersey. Some of their most popular songs include “How to Love,” “Take Me Home,” and “Millionaire.” The headliner, A$AP Ferg from Harlem in New York City, is known for the song “Plain Jane” as well as many collaborations on tracks with other rappers. A$AP Ferg is also part of the famous collective of rappers, producers, music video directors and fashion designers known as the A$AP Mob. Both artists were a hit with the attendees of the concert and many said it was one of the best productions yet. “The concert is always the Homecoming event I look forward to the most,” said senior Kyle Bourke. “The artists this year were some of my favorites and it was a great way to spend my last Homecoming at UM as an undergrad.”

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LIFESTYLES | homecoming

PLAIN JANE A$AP Ferg puts on a show, fueling students with enough energy to keep the party going. Photo by Kristian DelRosario


OCT. 31 SPIRIT DAY

Everyone shows off their spirit around campus wearing their best ‘Canes fashion and boasting the green and orange pride.

NOV. 1 ORGANIZED CHEER COMPETITION

CHOREOGRAPHED STORYTELLING Delta Delta Delta show off their moves as they compete for gold in the OCheer competition. Photo by Delta Delta Delta

PICTURE THIS Senior Peri Green gives her best Harry Potter impression, fashioned by the famous glasses and scar. Photo by Sabrina Cheikhali

Organizations compete as they dance their way through a magically themed storybook referencing the U and its rich history. The Federacion Estudiantes Cubanos (FEC) took home first place giving them a lead in the Homecoming competition. Points are given to each team based on choreography, plotline and mentioning the Homecoming sponsors in their skit.

NOV. 2 ALMA MATER COMPETITION FINALS

Voices of UM fill The Rock with the their own renditions of the Alma Mater for a chance to perform at the homecoming game. FEC won big again by placing first.

HOMECOMING CONCERT

Trap artist A$AP Ferg and EDM duo Cash Cash turn up the volume as they pump up students for the rowdiest and most anticipated night of homecoming weekend. Throughout the week prior to the concert, backstage passes and priotiy floor access are given out to students through social media giveaways.

IT’S LIT Students light up the Watsco Center chanting and vibing along to the beats of EDM duo Cash Cash. Photo by Kristian DelRosario

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burning

BOATS

'Canes gather for the traditional boat burning cermony as they surround Lake Osceola to see what the flames predict for the game By Jorge Chabo

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LIFESTYLES | homecoming

FIRE & SMOKE Viewers gaze in awe as smoke from the fireworks and boat burning engulf Lake Osceola. Photo by Erika Orstad


NOV. 3 HOMECOMING PARADE

New construction on campus could not hold the parade back as they changed their route and marched on. Each organization made signs based on the "Magic In U" theme and showed off their school spirit.

FOOD TRUCKS

THE MAGIC IN U As part of the parade, Zeta Tau Alpha marches with the banner they created to match the theme. Photo courtesy Zeta Tau Alpha.

As per tradition, the university serves the best as they invite top food trucks to supply the hungry 'Canes.

BLOCK PARTY

With music blaring, the homcoming festivities continue as students, alumni and the Miami community come together to celebrate school spirit.

BOAT BURNING CEREMONY & FIREWORKS

BAND OF THE HOUR Lit up from the lights, band members Michael Harrison, Colby Lopez and Estephany Diaz lead the way as the parade kicks off. Photo by Haley Nepple

During the biggest Homecoming tradition, the boat burning and fireworks leaves viewers in awe as the specticle sets the tone for the game to come. Before the boat is set to burn, the winners of the Homecoming competition are announced. For the first time ever, two organizations, the Federacion Estudiantes Cubanos and the Association of Commuter Students, tie for first place.

NOV. 4 MIAMI VS. VIRGINIA TECH

The 'Canes continue their winning streak as they leave Virginia Tech in the dust -- final score 28-10. With this win, the 'Canes were up an eight-game winning streak prompting Instagram captions like "The U is back" and "You can't spell Undefeated without the U."

HOMECOMING FOODIES 'Canes line up for their favorite food truck as they encompass Stanford Circle and the surrounding area. Photo by Haley Nepple

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WINTER WITH THE MOUSE Seniors Mackenzie D'Andrea and Steven Tribuno spend their break at the happiest place on Earth, Walt Disney World, where they had the chance to meet Mickey Mouse. Photo by Steven Tribuno

CAPITOL FUN In search of colder weather and some history, seniors Adianez Fragoso and Kevin Forte see the sights in Washington, D.C. Photo by Alexa Fragoso

HOLIDAY SPIRIT On an unusally warm day, sophomore Morgan Thomson visits a Christimas tree farm near Dayton, Ohio, her hometown. Photo by Jacob Quinn

WINTER WONDERLAND Sisters Veronica Garcia and Alexandra Garcia experience a true winter during a trip to Toronto, Canada. Photo by Veronica Garcia

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LIFESTYLES | winter break

NO TO SNOW Opting for warmer weather instead of snow, juniors Sarah Stankard and Nicole Stephens go hiking in the Valley of Fire, located in Nevada. Photo by Sarah Stankard.


SLEDDING THROUGH SNOW With a snowboard in tow, junior Jocelyn Kane takes to snow covered mountain tops in Bunny Hill, located in New York, for her winter break. Photo by Jocelyn Kane

PLACES to go, to see

Instead of a month-long break, students only had three weeks of winter break due to Hurricane Irma. This didn't stop them from enjoying their much needed time off with their friends and family By Samatha Budd

PROUD SISTERS While on a visit to Stone Mountain, Georgia, junior Andrea Candelaria and sophomore Amanda Candelaria proudly wear orange and green as they go tubing. Photo by Andrea Candelaria

CRIKEY During his visit to Shark Valley at Everglades National Park, sophomore Daniel Palma gets a close encounter with an alligator. Photo by David Palma

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THROW UP THE "U" On the Moss Terrace of the Shalala Student Center, Drake interacted with the crowd of students congregating below. Photo

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courtesy UM Communications

TO MY CITY

Known as Champagne Papi, Drake pays a visit to the Coral Gables campus to award a lucky student with a scholarship and shoot footage for his music video, 'God's Plan'

By Jorge Chabo

Rumors of Drake’s visit to campus began

junior Destiny James and a $10,000 donation to

the Shalala Student Center in small groups.

a Frost School of Music outreach program.

Whispers were heard, and students shared the

After his giveaways, Drake stood atop the

news as it quickly became clear that something

Moss Terrace of the Shalala Student Center and

was up. As part of "God’s Plan," Hip-Hop artist

danced along to "God’s Plan." Behind him were

Drake made a series of visits in Miami during

hundreds of students who’d been gathered

the filming of his music video. The places

there for at least two hours for a chance to see

visited included parts of downtown and Little

the artist. Once the music started to play and

Haiti, as well Miami Senior High School and The

Drake began to rap along, the crowd cheered

University of Miami.

as they sang along and chanted different Miami

"I didn't believe the rumors until I saw someone post a video of him walking with

chants like they were at a football game. “I’ve been to a lot of places in the world,"

his security team on their snapchat," said

said Drake before he left. "I don’t think I’ve ever

soophomore Nicholas Tosoni.

been to a more turnt school than this.”

Part of his commitment to give back to the

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community included a $50,000 scholarship to

around 2 p.m. as students began to lurk around

LIFESTYLES | drake's visit

"I've been to a lot of places in the world. I don't think I've ever been to a more turnt school than this."


SURPRISE SCHOLARSHIP TURNT 'CANES During Drake's impromtu visit from the balcony of the Shalala Student Center, students gathered in a crowd and sang along with him as he filmed his "God's Plan" music video. Photo courtesy UM Communications

Junior Destiny James received a scholarship in big check fashion, hand delivered by Drake himself during his visit to the U. James is a public health major that always dreamed of coming to the U. On the day of Drake’s visit, James was asked to help out with an alumni video for donors to watch. Although she’d heard the rumors of his arrival on campus, she had no idea part of the visit was for the check. He said he’d read a lot about her and her story and that he wanted to pay for her tuition. Grateful, she thanked him over and over stunned by the experience.

BLESS UP After accepting her $50,000 scholarship, junior Destiny James poses for photos with the rapper for the university. Photo courtesy UM Communications

UNDERCOVER In order to get past security, sophomore Audrey Jongens borrowed a Starbuck's employee's apron for her photo with Drake. Photo

THANK U The Frost School of Music thanked Drake for his donation to the school's outreach program which serves local children. Photo courtesy Frost

courtesy Ashley Jongens

School of Music

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D-I-V-A For the second year in a row, local SoBe drag queen Tiffany Fantasia hosts Drag Out and peforms an opening number for the crowd. Photo by Jackie Abreu.

Welcome to the

QUEENDOM Local queens and one king perform at Drag Out, SpectrUM’s charity event, to raise money for The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth. By Alize Ramirez-Canas

Sass, big hair, bold makeup, high heels and a lot of glitter. Not your average Thursday night at the Rat. This was no average Thursday night, however. This was Drag Out, a charity event made possible by SpectrUM, the LGBTQ+ student organization. SpectrUM partnered with The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth for the event, and all donations and tips went to the Miami-based non-profit organization. The actual show consists of some of Miami’s best professional queens lip-syncing and dancing on stage. This year, renowned drag king, Spikey Van Dykey, also joined the stage making him the show’s first king to perform. Along with the professional queens, student performers were also encouraged to participate. “The adrenaline rush I felt stepping on stage, coupled with the roar of the audience [was] enough to make me consider partaking in drag more frequently,” said sophomore Paul Schulz. This was his second time performing, but his first time with backup dancers. “Choreographing the entire performance was the most time-consuming facet of pre-production, but definitely the most worthwhile,” said Paul. “There was not a single moment on stage where myself nor my dancers felt idle.” By the end of the show, $3,614 was raised for the organization, who will use the money to provide resources to the local LGBTQ community and help combat homelessness among LGBTQ youth.

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LIFESTYLES | drag out

“There was not a single moment on stage where myself nor my dancers felt idle.”


TIME TO WERK For his second performance ever, sophomore Paul Schulz and his close friend Torrey Crosby choreographed a dance that included back-up dancers. Photo by Jackie Abreu.

WELCOME TO FLAVORTOWN Senior Cathryn Lovett performs a skit, which included ranch dressing, under the stage name Guy Fieri. Photo by Jackie Abreu.

I'M THE KING As the first drag king to take the Drag Out stage, renowned king Spikey Van Dykey makes a special appearance and performs. Photo by Jackie Abreu.

I'M SHOOK With a major component to Drag Out being audience engagement, the crowd reacts to the extravagant performances on stage. Tipping the performers is encouraged and the money is donated to The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth, a non-profit organization based in Miami. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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MILESTONE COISO displays their I-Week logo on the side of the Shalala Student Center to celebrate their 50th anniversary. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

years of

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LIFESTYLES | international week

Celebrating their 50th anniversary, the Council of International Students and Organizations hosts an International Week like no other with the theme 'Remembering Our Roots,' encouraging students from around the world to remember where they came from By Jorge Chabo


PATIENTLY WAITING The line for food wraps around the Lakeside Patio before dinner time starts. Each night, dinner selections are free to students and based off of popular dishes from the region celebrated.

CUBAN TRADITION Senior Thalia Garcia challenges her fellow FEC club members to a game of dominos, which is popular in Cuba. Photo by Alize RamirezCanas

Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

For the 50th anniversary of International Week, COISO wanted to highlight the importance of not only understanding the different backgrounds of the UM community, but also the importance of listening and learning about our differences and similarities. “Since it was our 50th Anniversary, one of our goals was to do our best in bringing together individuals from all parts of the UM and greater Miami community, especially those who don't regularly attend these types of events,” said President Chelsea-

ACTIVITIES ABOUND On Middle East and Europe Night, students engage in activities such as learning about the clothes in the culture or Stroopwafels, a popular, sweet waffle cookie from the Netherlands. Photo by Casey Lue

Jane Arcalas. “We especially wanted to take our awareness and educational components to the next level and showcase to our community that I-Week is not just about having fun, watching performances, and having great food, but it's about taking the time to meet and learn about people with different backgrounds, have conversations about our roots and our struggles, and to truly discover the beauty of our similarities as well as our differences.” To plan this major event, Arcalas decided to try a different approach and reach out to different departments and local groups outside of UM in efforts to identify new partnerships and increase collaboration. “An extremely special moment occurred near the end of the planning process seeing all of our planning come to fruition.”

HIPS DON'T LIE A local professional belly dancer performs a traditional Middle Eastern dance. Photo by Alize RamirezCanas

As for how it turned out, Vice President Maheshi Pathirana believes it was one of their best. “I think the week was the most successful International Week I've seen in my three years at UM, we had so much involvement from student organizations as well as other cultural organizations in Miami, and we had a great turnout of students every night.” A GREAT START I-Week's Opening Night Chair, junior Manvi Rajan Seth welcomes guests to the International Week celebrations on opening night during the intermission between activities and food and performances. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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YEARS OF COISO

remembering our

ROOTS From Europe to Latin America and everywhere in between, students immerse themselves in different cultures during I-Week

THIRSTY? Sophomore Jheanelle Miller and junior Mirza Tanis man the table on Latin America and Caribbean night and offer sodas and juices from the regions to students. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

By Alize Ramirez-Canas

MONDAY OPENING NIGHT International Week festivities kicked off with a preview of each region. Students were able to participate in a variety of activities and sample food to learn about each region.

TUESDAY MIDDLE EAST & EUROPE In order to learn about Middle Eastern and European culture, students were able to look at authentic clothing, learn about Passover and receive a Henna tattoo. After, students enjoyed performances by Irish step dancers and Middle Eastern belly dancers while eating falafel and bratwurst.

WEDNESDAY ASIA Students immersed themselves in Asian culture by practicing Chinese calligraphy and Japenese shateki, which is a target practice game. Dishes from different Asian countries were served, like dumplings and lo mein.

THURSDAY LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN From trying the spiciest hot sauce in Mexico to sipping Cuban coffee, students learned the difference within Latin American and Caribbean cultures. A local Afro-Brazilian group performed a traditional capoeira, which is a martial art style of dance, and UM's Salsa Craze performed as well.

FUTBOL GAME The Brazilian Student Association hosts a game of Subbueto, a table top game that simulates a soccer game. Photo by

CELEBRATING CULTURE On the last night of the week, students enjoyed traditional dances by Out Loud Artistry, an off-campus group.

Casey Lue

Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

FRIDAY AFRICA To wrap up International Week, students were able to learn about African culture through authentic brightly colored clothing and traditional dances from West Africa and Guinea. African entrees like peri-peri wings and madombi were offered while students watched the performances

CAREFULLY NOW The first day of I-Week is off to a great start as freshman Hope Cherian carefully copies a design on her wrist with henna die, which drys on the skin and stains it over time. Many other traditions celebrating Asian and Middle Eastern culture were highlighted in the stalls that dotted the UC Patio. Photo by Casey Lue

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SWEET TREAT On one of the most popular nights of I-Week, Asian night, warm taiyaki filled with red bean paste is served with a choice of vanilla or green tea ice cream to create a trendy, popular treat. Photo by Casey Lue

SMILES ALL AROUND Members of COISO, Ali Sheikh, Shruti Karnani, Andrea Trespalacios and Anoop Desai enjoy the photo booth set out on opening night. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

HOT FOOD FAST After waiting in a long dinner line, seniors James Hsiao and Jake Rosewater try the food offered on opening night. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

'CANES, CAFECITO Y CROQUETAS When rain forces the festivities inside, junior Kristine Reynardus serves freshly-brewed cafecito, usually served strong and sweetened with sugar or condensed milk, at the FEC table on Latin America and Caribbean night. Photo by Casey Lue RED HOT Participants could explore Mexican culture and step up to sophomore Prachi Patel, senior Hector Ibarzabal and junior Elena Inderbitzin's challenge to try hot sauces ranging from mild to extremely hot. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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movers &

SHAKERS With time comes change, with change comes movers and shakers who break boundaries and use their voice to inspire others. With movements like March For Our Lives and #MeToo being shown all over the media, it was only a matter of time until it was seen on campus

By Alize Ramirez-Canas

IT'S ON US & WALK A MILE IN HER SHOES In the midst of sexual harassment claims and the #MeToo movement, it was important for the university to show solidarity to the victims. Walk A Mile In Her Shoes is an event where men walk in red heels to raise awareness about sexual violence. "It’s On Us" is a rally against sexual assault and aims to create awareness and a safe environment without sexual or gender-based violence. At the rally, Joe Biden, who was this year’s keynote speaker, called on students to change the culture when it comes to sexual assault. “If you can’t consent, if you’re drunk and can’t consent, it’s rape,” Biden said. “If you’re in bed already and you change your mind, you’re allowed to say no. If he continues, it’s rape… Flat, knowledgeable consent … Otherwise it’s a crime.”

MARCH FOR OUR LIVES After the 17 were taken during a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, students and community members voiced their outrage on the lack of gun control. The hashtag #NeverAgain trended on social media as survivors used the high-profile case to activate change. On March 24, a month after the student protests were held around the nation, including Miami, in support of tighter gun control laws. “This time it was not close to home, it was home – Parkland, Florida,” said freshman Makayla Manning, who graduated from MSD. “Now there is no longer a flame in my heart but a full-fledged fire developing alongside the pain.”

GREATER THAN GUNS With signs to express their thoughts regarding school shootings and gun violence at the March For Our Lives rally in South Florida, seniors Megan Lipsky and Danielle Askowitz make their voices heard. Photo by Megan Lipsky

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LIFESTYLES | activism on campus

BOOKS NOT BULLETS During the March for Our Lives rally in Miami, senior Patricia Colon takes to the streets to protest school shootings and gun violence. Photo courtesy Patricia Colon


IT'S ON US Former Vice President Joe Biden took to the stage to during a rally to discuss sexual assault and preventative measures. Photo by Jorge Chabo

STOPPING FOR A SELFIE After the “It’s On Us” rally, students had the chance to have an Instagram worthy photo-op with former Vice President Joe Biden. Photo by Joe Biden

SHALALA FOR CONGRESS

PUMPIN' UP THE AWARENESS Bold red pumps make a statement as junior Thomas Franchi and senior Rogelio Gonzalez participate in “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes," an event where men walk in red heels to raise awareness about the sexual violence faced by women. Photo by Jenny

Her name is on the biggest building on campus and now her name is going to be in the polls. Former UM president and current professor, Donna Shalala, announced that she will be running for Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen’s Congressional seat. She joins the race among seven Democrats running for the same seat representing Florida’s 27th District. Although running for Congress has been on her mind for a while, it was her students who inspired her to finally go for it. “I’ve been getting angrier and angrier at what’s going on in Washington,” said Shalala. “And frankly, I’ve been talking to students–students in my class. I’m worried about your future, and it’s time for me to step up again and do public service again.” By Alize Ramirez-Canas

'CANES FOR CONGRESS Former president Donna Shalala announces her run for Congress and prepares to take her talents back to Capitol Hill. Photo courtesy UM Media

Abreu

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FRESH&

Here's what happened outside the library - Eagles flew, people protested and icons passed

SUNNY By Alize Ramirez-Canas

FEB. 4 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES WIN SUPERBOWL 52 In an intense game against the New England Patriots, the Philadelpha Eagles defeat them with a final score of 41-33, giving the team their first Super Bowl victory. The last time the Eagles qualified for the Super Bowl was in 2005, and previously 1981. The city of Philadelpha erupted in cheers at the end of the game and fans took to the streets to celebrate the victorious moment.

FEB. 14

OWL 52

ERB FEB.4 PHIA EAGLES WIN SUP PHILADEL

PARKLAND SHOOTING

On the afternoon of Feb. 14, 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz opened fire inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas Highschool in Parkland, FL. The gunman set off the fire alarm, causing students and teachers to crowd the hallways as he began shooting with an AR15 rifle. The shooting resulted in 17 fatalities - 15 were on school grounds while the other two passed from injuries after being admitted into a local hospital. The gunman was previously a student at the school, but was expelled in 2017 for behavorial issues.

FEB. 9 - 25 WINTER OLYMPICS The 23rd Winter Olympics - themed "Peace in Motion" - kicked off on Feb. 9 in South Korea. The Games featured 102 events with 2,914 athletes participating. After a statesponsored doping was exposed, Russia was suspended from competeting. Select athletes, however, were allowed to compete neutrally. North Korea and South Korea entered the opening ceremony as a unified Korea, despite tense relations. Norway was awared the most medals with 39 total, followed by Germany with 31 and Canada with 29. Sean White won his third gold medal in the men's snowboarding halfpipe event, making him the first American to win gold at three separate Winter Olympics.

MARCH 14 STEPHEN HAWKING PASSES Renowned theoretical physicist, Stephen Hawking, passed at 76 in his Cambridge home from natural causes. Dr. Hawking is known for his work in cosmology, astronomy and mathematics. His book "A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes" has sold more than 10 million copies since being published in 1988.

APRIL 17 KENDRICK LAMAR WINS PULITZER Rapper Kendrick Lamar received the Pulitizer Prize for his album "DAMN," making him the first rapper to win the award since the Pulitzer expanded to include music in 1943. According to the administrator of prizes, Dana Canedy, the vote was unanimous among board members, who were considering more than 100 candidates for the prize.

APRIL 20 AVICII PASSES Swedish DJ Tim Bergling, known as Avicii, committed suicide in Muscat, Omen. In 2016, Bergling had retired from the music scene due to health problems, including severe stress and poor mental health.

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LIFESTYLES | spring events

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anatomy

OF A

CORGI

TREAT DETECTOR (Snoot, Yum Sniffer, Booper)

ANTENNAE (Party Hats, Satellites, Radars, Spook Detectors, Locators)

STUMPERS (Feeties, Beans, Meaty Paws, Pitter Patters)

FLUFFY RUMP (Butt Floof, Corgi Booty)

SABRINA CHEIKHALI

Business Law and Marketing Major

CHARLIE

Corgi and Cuddler

pooch

PERFECT From “man’s best friend” to ‘Cane9’s, these furry friends can be found walking along the Foote Green with their owners and posing on the 'U' Statue, all while sporting orange and green bandanas and a wagging tail

By Sabrina Cheikhali

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LIFESTYLES | puppies of um


BEST DOGGY DATE SPOTS 1. FOOTE GREENE

LAKESIDE PATIO 3. IM FIELDS 4. PATH AROUND

1.

3. 4.

LAKE OSCEOLA

HUGS WITH SNUGS Wearing a Miami Hurricanes jersey, Snugs, a goldendoodle, poses with his owner junior Nicole Thornton at the U Statue. Photo courtesy Nicole Thornton

THE GANG IS ALL HERE Senior Malik Bibby poses with his dogs, Kuma, Gina, and Blizzard during one of his walks. As a recent grad and medical campus teaching assistant, Malik can be found running with one or all of his dogs. Photo courtesy Malik Bibby

SMOOCH A POOCH During a fundraising event, senior Jamie Tryba poses with a trainee of UPup, a student organization centered on service dog training and awareness. Photo courtesy UPup

DOG SITTING While sophomore Kaici Aloupis is in class, sophomore Jilly Scott and freshman Myra Singh take 11 year-old labrodoodle Lucy out for a walk. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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MIA

From Caribbean cruises to domestic plane rides, students take a break from the books and other responsibilites for a week-long adventure. Even though Miami is the place to be yearround, most opt for a change of scenery during Spring Break to experience new places and things

to anywhere

By Alize Ramirez-Canas

JUST KEEP SWIMMING In the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, sophomore Isabella Di Giglio enjoys scallop diving. Photo by Isabella Di Giglio

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LIFESTYLES | spring break


UP HIGH A popular tourist destination in Chicago, junior Jackie Abreu and senior Isabella Claure visit the Sky Deck at the Sears Tower. Photo by Jackie Abreu

READ TO ME During her visit to the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., sophomore Vee Masangu gets a taste of colder weather. Photo by Vee Masangu

BOYS TRIP During their cruise around the Bahamas, seniors James Frick, Chris Granito and Kyle Bourke stop at Seùor Frogs. Photo by Kyle Bourke VEGAS BABY During a visit to the other city that never sleeps – Las Vegas, seniors Emily Aguila and Tricia Elfering don't miss the opportunity to pose with the iconic welcome sign.

LOTS OF LAUGHS After a long day at Casa en el Aqua in the Caribbean Sea, senior Felicitas Amon enjoys a drink. Photo by Felicitas Amon

Photo by Destiny Mantz

WE CAVED Seniors Yessica Maltez and Kenny Diaz go across the border to Mexicao at Xcaret Park. Photo by Kenny Diaz

DOWN SOUTH A short drive from Miami, seniors Michelle Williams and Maddie Zehnle visit the southernmost point of Florida in Key West. Photo by Michelle Williams

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a new kind of

PIRATE

GRAND FINALE The show ends with a happily ever after - Mood Beard, played by sophomore Nicole Delsack, frees Fred and he is free to marry Mabellene. Photo by Jenny Abreu

'The Pirates of Penzance,' a classic musical comedy, gets a makeover by the Jerry Herman Ring Theatre By Alize Ramirez-Canas

ORIGINAL PIRATES

• The characters are actual pirates • The Modern Major General’s children are called the Stanley Daughters • The protagonist’s name is Frederic and his love interest’s name is Mabel • There’s a Pirate King who’s in charge of the Pirates • There’s a police force • Fred has a contract where he can’t leave the pirates until he turns 21, but finds out he was born on a leap year meaning his real birthday only comes around every four years

RING PIRATES • The pirates are identity thieves - they pirate identities • The Modern Major General’s children are called the Stanley Children • The protagonist is Frederick S. of Hollywood Fashion Designers and he makes the costumes for the pirates’ identities. His love interest’s name is Maybelline • The Pirate King is Mood Beard whose beard changes color depending on her mood • The police force is a Seal Team and they are real seals • Fred is about to turn 21, which means he can be leave the pirates, but they change is identity to Fred Astaire making him 118 years old.

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LIFESTYLES | spring ring theater


Q&A

KELLY ZAHNEN

Stage Magagement Major

Q: As stage manager, what were

the show?

A: During the rehearsal process, I'm in

aboard the ship – their first number added a new level of fun energy to the show..

some of your duties before and during the show?

charge of the rehearsal room and I'm the communication liaison between the director, designers, box office staff, etc. During the show, I oversee the actors and the execution of all technical elements, including lights, sound, and scene changes – in a phrase: I run the show.

Q: How many Ring shows have you stage managed?

A: This was my 6th time stage managing in the Ring specifically, and my 11th UM show overall.

Q: What was your favorite scene from

A: When the Stanley children climb

OOPS, I DID IT AGAIN Ruth, portrayed by sophomore Dayana Corton, explains how she mistakenly apprenticed Frederick to the Pirates. Photo by Jenny Abreu

Q: What was the biggest challenge stage managing Pirates?

A: We had some major, showthreatening set-backs during the rehearsal process that would have been very easy to become stressed over, but knowing that the PSM sets the example and tone for her assistants and the actors, I had to consciously handle the situations with grace and a sense of humor rather than allowing my worries to show, which was difficult but proved do-able.

MY NAME IS - WHAT? The identity thieving Pirates vogue to show off their newly stolen characters. Stolen identities include Smokey the Bear and Guy Fieri. Photo by Jenny Abreu

LUCY IN THE SKY As the Modern Major General, senior Daniel Barrett disguises himself as Lucy with Diamonds in order to hide from the Pirates who want him to walk the plank. Photo by Jenny Abreu

SEAL TEAM 4 The SEAL Team, played by sophomore Carter Nash and seniors Adam Sticca, Andrew Gryniewicz and Matthew Paris, explain to the Stanley children how they will expose the pirates true identities. Photo by Jenny Abreu MAYBE IT'S MABELLENE After receiving the news that Frederick is now Fred Astaire and can't be freed because he's now 118 years old, Mabellene, played by senior Shannon Booth, is devastated. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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I'M A PERSON, NOT A DRESS After the viral #MeToo movement took over social media, the Tunnel of Oppression featured a room about sexual assault for the first year. Among other elements, clothing was tacked on one wall to display the various type of attire that victims were wearing when they were attacked, fighting the belief that victims were wearing "revealing" clothing. Photo by Jenny Abreu

EXPOSED As sophomore Priscilla Ruiz and junior Rafael Cariello moved through each room, they were shown the struggles of oppressed groups. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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LIFESTYLES | butler center

LOSING YOUR IDENTITY Students watched a video about how Asian students who come to America are forced to change their name in order to assimilate to American college culture. Photo by Jenny Abreu


#STAYWOKE Butler Center’s Tunnel of Oppression aims to challenge people’s ideas of issues dealing with oppression

By Alize Ramirez-Canas

As part of their Social Justice Week, the Butler Center for Service and Leadership puts on a multimedia exhibit designed to bring awareness to and provoke thought-changing ideas on issues of oppression. This year’s issues encompassed racism, sexual assault, religion, human trafficking, the environment, LGBTQ issues and poverty. Participants explore the topics with a guided tour through a set of rooms (i.e. the "tunnel") with each room focused on a different topic, designed by a different student organization, and tackling a different issue. “Through a lens that allows one to examine topics either up close or from a distance, we try incorporating different levels of issues, whether they exist on campus, in the Miami area or on a national/international front,” said senior Ryan Kesselring. Some references in the exhibit included the #MeToo movement that took over social media last fall and racist remarks made by President Trump. Planning for the tunnel begins in the fall with student volunteers working with student organizations that decide the topic and concept for each room. “I’ve always been passionate about the environment, but now I’m even more so after taking the tour,” said Amanda Chamberlain, a senior public relations major, just after she experienced the exhibit on Tuesday. “It’s inspired me to become a nicer, more understanding person.”

TAKEN Lights highlighted the movement of victims of human trafficking in order to show that human trafficking is not stationary. Photo by Jenny Abreu

THE

BUTLER CENTER

12,000 volunteers

student orgs 31 service days

6

4

conferences

& retreats

3

awareness

weeks

WITNESSING PERSECUTION In the religion room, hate crimes were plastered on the wall to reveal the extent of hate crimes based on religion that many students may not see everyday. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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MI Jordan Lewis

Kaley Fedko

Morgan Oliver

WERK IT Last year's Miss UM, Jess Bayuk gives an opening performance with contestants Jordan Lewis, Chelsea Lovell, Paola Diaz, Kaley Fedko and Morgan Oliver. Photo by Kristian DelRosario

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LIFESTYLES | miss um


SS Paola Diaz

Jess Bayuk

Chelsea Lovell

MISS UM 2017

MISS UM 2018

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI The annual pagant showcases the talents and voices of young women competeing for the crown

By Jorge Chabo

Miss University of Miami 2018, the preliminary round to Miss

pageant has been a long running on-campus tradition full of rich

Florida and Miss America, was held on March 27 to showcase

history and an outstanding legacy of former titleholders. This

the talents of the participating contestants. Developed by the

years’ contestants were Chelsea Lovell, Paola Diaz, Jordan Lewis,

Miss America Organization, the Miss America Program exists

Kaley Fedko and Morgan Oliver. The winner, crowned Miss UM

to provide personal and professional opportunities for women

2018, was Chelsea Lovell.

to promote their voices. These extend from culture, to politics,

“Chelsea Lovell was very poised throughout the entire

and the community. The pageant allows for competition of

process and I’m looking forward to see what Chelsea does as

scholarship and beyond while also providing a forum for

the next Miss UM,” Sophomore Elizabeth Pozzuoli said. Pozzuoli

participating women to express their viewpoints, talents and

worked on the pageant as their Logistics Chair and got to

accomplishments. Sophomore Chelsea Lovell took home the

witness the former Miss UM, Jess Bayuk, train and prepare this

crown for Miss UM 2018.

year’s contestants.

Since its inception in 1949, the Miss University of Miami

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Two Friends

COIN

Despite the harsh weather, the carnival and concert enjoyed crowds who celebrated the last campus party of the year By Jorge Chabo

The annual ‘Canes Carnival marks the end of the spring semester and the beginning of the dreaded final exams period. However, before students can lock themselves in the library to study far into the night, they get a chance to breath a sign of relief as the university puts up rides and games as well as a spring concert. This year it featured DJ Duo Two Friends and indie rock legends, COIN. First up was COIN as they opened the show. Although there was much rain that night, students still came out for the show – loyal fans and newcomers alike. The Nashville-based group are known for being one of the first bands to foster the growing genre of indie pop, a modern sound that blends together old school rock with new age synths and pop. They played songs from their new album as well as a few oldies. Students cheered, danced, and even cried as they performed one of their sadder songs near the end. Already pumped from COIN, next up was Two Friends. Known for their ongoing list of Big Bootie Mixes, Two Friends have built a brand for themselves as more than your average DJ’s, specializing in a time of the night known as the “Pregame” – crafting their music and remixes to hype up the crowd before the party. And since they were ending the night, it was a perfect wrap up as students got to hear a range of songs they already knew, remixed to the tune of a good time.

RAIN OR SHINE Despite the bad weather, COIN lead singer Chase Lawrence continues on with the concert. He performed their top hit "Talk Too Much," which was a crowd favorite. Photo by Abigail Adeleke

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LIFESTYLES | 'canes carnival


RAIN CHECK Due to unexpected rain, many rides were stopped until the weather cleared up. Photo by Jackie Abreu

ROUND AND ROUND After the carnival was delayed for several hours due to rainy weather, students began showing up to enjoy the rides and the concert. Photo by Jackie Abreu DIZZY While many go for the concert, ‘Cane Carnival has several rides every year that students can enjoy. Photo by Jackie Abreu

CAN'T STOP ME Even though it stopped storming, there was still a light drizzle throughout the concert. However, this didn’t stop fans of COIN from enjoying the show. Photo by Jackie Abreu

TURN UP THE MUSIC Matt Halper and Eli Sones of Two Friends get the crowd pumped after a two hour delay due to the weather. Photo by Abigail Adeleke STRUM AND HUM COIN guitar player Joe Memmel sings backup vocal for the band while he strums along. Photo by Abigail Adeleke

DRUM ROLL PLEASE Drummer Ryan Winnen of COIN keeps the band on beat during their song "Talk Too Much." Photo by Abigail Adeleke

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ONE OF EACH Senior Kan Huang orders a Cuban sandwich at one of the food stations. There were three, with each serving a different cusine. Photo by Jenny Abreu

GUEST OF HONOR Juniors Neha Raja, Akina Nena, Divya Chopra and seniors Mausam Patel and Ramya Radhakrishan take a photo with Sebastian the Ibis who made a surprise appearance. Photo by Jenny Abreu

VOY A BAILAR With Marc Anthony's "Vivir Mi Vida" playing, students start a conga line around the dance floor. Photo by Jenny Abreu

ALUMNI STATUS As they exit the dance seniors, Catherine Coleman and Sydney Sherman show off their alumni license plate frames, gifted to attendees by the Alumni Association. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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LIFESTYLES | commencement ball

LET'S SANCE Seniors Coleman Reardon and Lena Mobin take the dance floor after enjoying food and drinks which were included with the ticket. Photo by Jenny Abreu


CHA CHA REAL SMOOTH Everyone joins the dance floor as the crowd favorite "Cha Cha Slide" is played. Photo by Jenny Abreu

one last

PARTY

Seniors celebrate the end of undergrad with their closest friends at Commencement Ball

By Alize Ramirez-Canas

Miami night life was brought to the WATSCO Center for the third annual Commencement Ball where graduating seniors celebrated their final weeks of their college career with music, food and dancing. The Fieldhouse was transformed to reflect South Beach’s iconic art deco culture and students were encouraged to where “tropical cocktail” inspired clothing. “Commencement Ball was one of the events I was looking forward to when I started my senior year,” said senior Sage Hewitt. “I ran into people I haven’t seen since freshman year and it felt like came full circle. Tickets sold out and over 700 students attended the event. Tickets were $20.18 and included an all-you-can-eat buffet and four drinks for those over 21. There were three food stations that served different cuisines like Asian, Italian and Cuban food. The DJ played dance classics like the “Cupid Shuffle,” which got everyone to the dance floor, and current anthems like Drake’s “God’s Plan,” which has been dubbed the university’s unofficial anthem ever since he filmed part of his music video here. At the end of the event, the Alumni Association gave attendees a gift bag that included an alumni license plate and information on alumni benefits. BUST A MOVE As students start making their way to the dance floor, senior Shane Wright shows off his moves. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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92 82

STUDENT BODY BREAKDOWN demographics

ACADEMICS

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IS THIS REAL LIFE?

school of nursing & health studies


Renowned professors, dedicated students and award-winning programs - it's no wonder why this school is consistently in the top 50

CAPTURE THIS Students film Tony award winning composer Jeff Marx has he speaks to the Theatre Arts Department. Musical theatre majors were able to hold his Tony while he spoke about his experience in broadway. Photo by Mitchell Zachs

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SO LONG, FAREWELL senior send off

126

HATS OFF

commencement

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115 BACHELORS 114 MASTERS 163 DOCTORAL 159 RESEARCH/SCHOLAR SHIP 114 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

ENROLLED

47,040

UNDERGRAD TUITION 92%

R

PROGRAMS & DEGREES

FRESHMEN RETENTION

RATE

38% OF STUDENTS

ANKINGS UNDOWN

Between the high-accomplishing student body, the dedicated faculty and the supportive staff, the University of Miami has ranked high among other universities, landing in the top 50, and has earned several bragging rights to its name Source: UM Factbook 2018, UM's Social Media Platforms, Wall Street Journal and US News Rankings

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ACADEMICS | facts and figures

HAVE CARS

SOCIAL MEDIA

252.7k LIKES

82.9k

FOLLOWERS

46.8k

FOLLOWERS

Numbers from the summer of 2018.


board of

TRUSTEES Richard D. Fain—Chair Hilarie Bass—Vice Chair H.T. Smith—Vice Chair Senior Members Michael I. Abrams Betty G. Amos Jose P. Bared Fred Berens M. Anthony Burns Charles E. Cobb Edward A. Dauer George Feldenkreis Phillip Frost Phillip T. George Thelma V.A. Gibson Rose Ellen Greene Arthur H. Hertz Arva Moore Parks Ronald G. Stone Patricia W. Toppel David R. Weaver G. Ed Williamson II Thomas D. Wood, Sr.

WALL STREET JOURNAL

202,800 IN UM'S HISTORY

4,199

36%

ACCEPTANCE RATE

STUDENTS LIVE ON CAMPUS

239 ACRES

National Members Nicholas A. Buoniconti Steven J. Green Lois Pope Alex E. Rodríguez Regular Members Leonard Abess Hilarie Bass Jon Batchelor Doyle N. Beneby Tracey P. Berkowitz Marc A. Buoniconti Alfred R. Camner Wayne E. Chaplin Paul J. DiMare Joseph J. Echevarria, Jr. David L. Epstein Richard D. Fain Barbara Hecht Havenick Allan M. Herbert Marilyn J. Holifield Noor Joudi Manuel Kadre Bernard J. Kosar

Susan Lytle Lipton Jayne Sylvester Malfitano Robert A. Mann Stuart A. Miller William L. Morrison Judi Prokop Newman Jorge M. Perez Michael J. Piechoski Aaron S. Podhurst Steven J. Saiontz Laurie S. Silvers H.T. Smith, Jr. Steven Sonberg E. Roe Stamps, IV Ex-Officio Members Brenda Yester Baty John E. Calles Julio Frenk Angel Vicente Gallinal Frank R. Jimenez Thomas E. Pfeiffer Emeriti Members Bernyce Adler Adrienne Arsht Paul L. Cejas Laura G. Coulter-Jones Carlos M. de la Cruz, Sr. Edward W. Easton Gloria M. Estefan Enrique C. Falla, Sr. Alfonso Fanjul Peter T. Fay David I. Fuente M. Lee Pearce Fredric G. Reynolds Eduardo M. Sardiña Frank P. Scruggs Robert C. Strauss Gonzalo F. Valdes-Fauli Marta S. Weeks-Wulf Barbara A. Weintraub Frances L. Wolfson Charles J. Zwick Secretary of the University of Miami Aileen M. Ugalde

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BECKMAN YOUNG

INVESTIGATORS

awarded to DR. JEAN-HUBERT OLIVIER He is the assistant professor in the Chemistry Department and is the first faculty member to receive recognition

$100 MILLION gift by Dr. Phillip and Patricia Frost to the

SCIENCE FROST INSTITUTES FOR & ENGINEERING

THE MUSICREACH PROGRAM, LOWE ART MUSEUM, AND FLAMING CLASSICS FILM SERIES ARE ALL BENEFICIARIES OF

THE JOHN S. AND JAMES L.

KNIGHT FOUNDATION’S

MILLER SCHOOL OF

MEDICINE Department of Otolaryngology

training programs is is 1 of 8 recipients to be awarded

2017 challenge grants and arts champions thanks to Shelly Berg, Sebastian Spreng, and Trae DeLellis

RUTH L. KIRSCHSTEIN NATIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE AWARD INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH TRAINING GRANT

$30.2 MILLION

$10,000

FOR ALZHEIMER’S RESEARCH

DONATION FROM DRAKE TO THE FROST SCHOOL FOR

THE DONNA E. SHALALA MUSICREACH PROGRAM

GRANT-FUL

Every year, the University of Miami gratefully receives grants from numerous sources that help fund research and other endeavors throughout the school year

Compiled by Kaitlin Castillo

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ACADEMICS | grant money & research


THE UNIVERSITY’S GROUNDS AND CUSTODIAL CONTRACTOR

AMERICAN BUILDING MAINTENANCE GIVES

$100,000

TO SUPPORT PRESIDENT JULIO FRENK’S INITIATIVES

Florida Sea

Grant $967,000 worth

awarded to PROFESSOR DANIEL BENETTI

from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administratio (NOAA)

ULAW

PROF. CAROLINE BETTINGER-LÓPEZ

FINKER-FRENKEL LEGACY

IS 1 OF 20 RODDENBERRY FELLOWSHIP WINNERS

receiving a $50,000 grant and tailored support to build and scale her initiatives over 12 months

SYLVESTER Comprehensive Cancer Center

provides 100 patients possibly life-saving treatments in its phase 1 trial program

gift will establish the Business Plan Competition Endowed Fund to help finance the competition.

NEARLY $50,000 IS AWARDED TO WINNERS

$6.5 MILLION

from the Unites States Department of Education to

PROFESSORS

in the Department of Teaching and Learning

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suited up for a

BETTER U

Newly appointed and returning deans and administrators pride themselves in the skill, cooperation and patience to ensure the smooth operation of the university

JOSHUA FRIEDMAN

Senior VP for Development and Alumni Relations

RODOLPHE EL-KHOURY

Dean of School of Architecture

By Sabrina Cheikhali

LEONIDAS G. BACHAS

JULIO FRENK

President for the University of Miami

JEFFREY L. DEURK

Executive VP & Provost

EDWARD ABRAHAM, M.D. Executive VP for Health Affairs & CEO of UHealth

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JACQUELINE TRAVISANO Executive VP for Business and Finance & COO

RUDY FERNANDEZ

Senior VP for Public Affairs and Communications & Chief of Staff

ACADEMICS | deans and administrators

SHELTON G. BERG

Dean of College of Arts and Sciences

Dean of Frost School of Music

JOHN QUELCH

PATRICIA D. WHITE

Dean of Miami Business School

GREGORY J. SHEPHERD Dean of School of Communication

ISAAC PRILLELTENSKY

Dean of School of Education and Human Development & Vice Provost for Institutional Culture

Dean of School of Law

CINDY MUNRO

Dean of School of Nursing and Health Studies

RONI AVISSAR

Dean of Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science


JEAN-PIERRE BARDET

Dean of College of Engineering

GUILLERMO PRADO

Dean of Graduate School

REBECCA FOX

CHARLES D. ECKMAN Dean of Libraries

NERISSA E. MORRIS

VP for Human Resources

CHARMEL MAYNARD

JACQUELINE MENENDEZ

JOHN HALLER

VP for University Communications

VP of Enrollment Management

LOURDES DIECK-ASSAD

AILEEN M. UGALDE

VP for Hemispheric and Global Affairs

STEVE CAWLEY

VP of Information Technology & CIO

VP & General Counsel

JOHN L. BIXBY

Vice Provost for Research

Dean of Division of Continuing & International Education

Assistant VP of Treasury & Assistant Treasurer

WILLIAM SCOTT GREEN

PATRICIA A. WHITELY VP for Student Affairs

VP of Facilities Operations and Planning

Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs

MICHELLE MALDONADO

HENRI R. FORD, M.D.

BRANDON GILLILAND

NORMA KENYON, Ph.D.

Senior Vice Provost & Dean of Undergraduate Education

Assistant Provost of Undergraduate Education

Dean of Miller School of Medicine

JESSICA BRUMLEY

VP & CFO

DAVID J. BIRNBACH

Vice Provost for Innovation

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MODELS of EXCELLENCE Students who have exceeded expectations academically have a chance to continue in their success and form bright futures through the Foote Fellows program and the Hammond Scholarship Program

Interviews by Oliva Baker & Alize Ramirez-Canas. Photos by Alize Ramirez-Canas

JEN BLACK

Environmental Engineering Major

Q: How has the program

helped you throughout your time at UM?

A: Being a Foote Fellow

allowed me to focus more of my time on my major and on getting minors such as Mathematics and Marine Policy that I might not have had the opportunity to get if I took cognates.

Q&A

Q: What is your favorite part about participating in this program?

A: My favorite part of being a Foote Fellow was getting to meet other students early on.

Q: Has this program helped prepare you better for the future?

A: Yes, it allowed me to get a jump start on campus involvement. I started the

SHREE PATEL

position as a Foote Fellow mentor my sophomore year, which was my first time having a leadership position in college.

Q: Any advice you would give a freshman coming into the program?

A: I suggest that new Foote

Fellows apply to positions shared with and specifically for Foote Fellows to get the most out of the program.

Q: How has your experience changed throughout the duration of your time at UM being involved in this program?

A: Over the past four years, this program has given me opportunities to meet other students and to be more involved in the UM community.

Freshman Biology Major

Q: What were the

qualifications to be accepted into this program?

A: There are no set

qualifications to become a Foote Fellow, but I believe that a student looking to get this recognition should strive to be a part of the top 2% of the applicant pool for that year. The University of Miami is looking for well-rounded individuals to be a part of this program

Q: What is your favorite part

program have?

new courses and events the program has to offer, and to see all the new knowledge I will gain from multiple areas of education.

Q: What benefits does this

A: The Foote Fellow Program allows me to explore multiple areas of education rather than just focusing on one area. Foote fellows are also

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not required to fulfill general education requirements which gives the student more academic freedom.

about being a Foote Fellow?

A: My favorite part about

being a Foote Fellow is getting the opportunity to take special courses and attend private events that help expand my knowledge.

Q: Are you excited for your future as a Foote Fellow?

A: I am excited to see what

ACADEMICS | hammond scholars & foote fellows

HAMMONDNUMBERS BY THE

Candidates for the Ronald A. Hammond Scholarship attend a two-day event where they participate in scholarship interviews, interact with current Hammond Scholars, and learn about the academic opportunities available at UM. Hammond Scholars receive academic support from the Office of Academic Enhancement, where a deliberate effort is made to connect students to academic and professional resources, both on and off campus.

43% are both

Foote Fellows

39%

& HAMMOND SCHOLARS first generation


MILES PENDLETON

Africana Studies, Political Science, Sociology & Criminology Major

program have?

A: It offers us financial support, academic advising, and a family-like atmosphere to help us in our social lives. The goal of the OAE is to help students achieve their highest potential academically and to help us grow to be the best people we can be socially. We get opportunities to go to events together, interact with the staff, and more. I would say the greatest benefit the program gives us is a sense of unity, and a support system of other students and faculty of color who help make us successful.

Q: What is your favorite part

about being in this program?

A: So far, the family I have

created here. The opportunity to interact with other students of color who share a determination to be the best they can be is nothing but an inspiration. Many of my fellow Hammonds have become some of my greatest friends and together we work to make each other better.

Q: What are you excited for in the future in this program?

A: To continue to grow and create memories with this group, but even more to see all the new faces who will join us over the next few years. I love meeting the incoming Hammonds; it brings me back to the excitement I first felt coming on campus to interview and then being informed of my receiving the scholarship.

School of Architecture College of Arts & Sciences Miami Business School School of Communication School of Education & Human Development College of Engineering RSMAS Frost School of Music School of Nursing & Health Studies

2 67 19 13 5 22 2 1 12

144 TOTAL

Q: What benefits does this

PHALLON TULLIS-JOYCE

Marine Science & Biology Major

Q: What is your favorite part about being a Hammond Scholar?

A: My favorite part is the

people you are surrounded by from committed scholars to compassionate advisors. My Hammond advisor has been with me through my highs and my lows, yet has always had me leaving every meeting with a smile on my face. The Hammond program is a family.

Q: How has this program

helped you prepare for the future?

A: I have gained massive

steps toward my desired future of being a professional soccer athlete and marine biologist through the amazing support of my Hammond advisors and fellow Hammond scholars. Being amongst a group of determined individuals for four years, has made me compete to be the best

version of myself both in the classroom and on the soccer field. As a Hammond, you quickly learn that there will always be someone in your corner, even when you go astray. I am very grateful for community and the family I have with Hammond scholars and advisors.

Q: What advice would you

give a freshman entering this program?

A: One of my first goalkeeper

coaches once told me to “be comfortable being uncomfortable.” To me, college is about expanding your perspective and branching out into new friendships and opportunities. Join all the clubs you can, have fun, and don’t forget to relax and enjoy that you are studying at UM…it’s always nice to lay by the lake on Patio Jam Thursdays.

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student body

BREAKDOWN

With 12 different schools and colleges and over 100 majors, students have a plethora of options when choosing their focus of study Source: UM Factbook 2018

*

*GRADUATES INCLUDES LAW AND MEDICAL STUDENTS

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ACADEMICS | demographics

GENDER OF STUDENTS


BREAKDOWN OF STUDENTS BY LEVEL AND SCHOOL Architecture

377

Arts and Sciences

4,518

Business

3,325

Communication

1,136

Education & Human Development

924

Engineering

1,298

Frost School of Music

744

Law

1,196

Miller School of Medicine

1,381

Nursing & Health Studies

Graduates

1,081

Rosential School

660

Cont Std/Grad Sch/Joint Pgms

Undergraduates

403 0

1000

2000

3000

4000

5000

RACIAL AND ETHNIC DISTRIBUTION OF ENTERING FRESHMEN Five-Year Trends, Fall Semesters

PERCENT OF NEW FRESHMEN

60% 50%

White

40%

Hispanic/Latino Asian/Pacific Islander

30%

Black

20%

2 or More Races

10%

American Indian

0%

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

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Q&A

AMANDA ARRIZABALAGA

Third Year Architecture

Q: How have the different projects helped you prepare for the real world? Do you have a project that has been most memorable? A: From the very first semester, all architecture students take a six-credit studio design course. The class functions similar to that of an architecture office in that we each have our own desks and individually work on our projects while our professors come around, monitoring and helping us in the projects progress. Each semester has had a different theme and program and I think the semester that has been most memorable thus far and given me the most real-world experience has been my current studio, which is called Comprehensive Studio. In this course, in addition to our usual design process, we produce all the necessary drawings a project in the real world would entail, like structural, electrical, and plumbing, just to name a few.

A NEW PERSPECTIVE The team wanted the design to create a perspective that focuses the attention of the audience on the performers. Photo courtesy UM SoA

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Miami IN THE

HEART

OF

Architecture students at from all levels design a vibrant performance stage below the Miami transit station in Brickell

By Olivia Baker

The Miami Foundation Public Space Challenge invests $350,000 in ideas to improve Greater Miami's parks, plazas and local gathering places. The University of Miami School of Architecture has recently been named one of the winners of the Miami Foundation Public Space challenge by building a vibrant and intricate performance below Brickell’s transit station. The students created this artistically designed space using a bright orange color to both show off their design skills while showing school spirit. The performance stage is designed with a series of poles that come in an array of sizes and are strategically arranged to stimulate the eyes. The stage is meant to hold various performance arts events, such as poetry readings, ethnic dances, comedy, poetry and more. The stage was strategically designed

Brickell

to allow space for both performers on the stage, using a series of orange stools, and a green grass area to accommodate people looking onto the scene. It is also equipped with lights placed on the T-shaped poles located at the front and back of the square base in order to illuminate the stage for night performances. The stage was installed to coincide with the Art Basel fair and wider Miami art week.

MODEL IT The model for one of Josh Kleinberg's projects allows him to display his plans beyond the confines of a drawing. Photo courtesy Josh Kleinberg

University

Q&A

JOSH KLEINBERG

Third Year Architecture

Q: How have the different projects helped you prepare for the real world? Do you have a project that has been most memorable? A: My freshman and sophomore year classes really emphasized the theory and history of architecture. We learned basic vocabulary and designed our projects through looking at the past. In the process, each student has begun to develop their own style. Now we are learning the technical aspects such as, structure and MEP (mechanical, electrical and plumbing) and all the necessary elements to put a building together within our own creative mindset. In terms of preparing for the real world, I have learned several programs and more than anything how to conceptualize a project and use my knowledge to make it a reality. My most memorable project was a student and faculty housing assignment located in downtown Miami. It was my first large scale design, and the process helped me develop leadership, technical, graphical, and stylistic skills.

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STEVEN LANG

Neuroscience Major

LAUREN AHERN

ISABELLE GELLER

Biochemistry Major

Q&A Q: What is your major(s)?

GELLER: My major is computer science with a minor in mathematics.

AHERN: My major is biochemistry with minors in psychology and English.

LANG: My major is neuroscience with a minor in Chinese language

Q: Why did you choose this/these major/s? GELLER: I chose to major in comp sci because I took AP comp sci as a senior in high school and fell in love with how different it was from everything I’d ever learned. I really like that it is a constantly changing field and there is so much room for innovation and creativity.

AHERN: I chose biochemistry and psychology because these classes will best prepare me for the MCATs and medical school. I have always been interested in science and amazed at the complexity of life. Being aware of how the angle at which just one atom is bound to a molecule changes the behavior of the entire molecule, or how changing one amino acid in a chain of hundreds if not thousands of them can cause a life threatening disease reminds me how delicate and remarkable life is. Psychology reminds me how our actions and instincts are the result of a much deeper cause shaped by the functions of society, biology, and nature.

are made. We must always be searching for complete understanding, something that has not been achieved in the world of science, and may never be fully attained. We have been able to learn so much about the processes of life, yet there is so much more to learn. Students must understand the importance of asking why, as a society we must crave information and understanding, a difficult task that sometimes seems unfathomable to the human brain.

LANG: Going into the major I used to think that our sensory processing worked like a pyramid, meaning that the retina sends light information up to the brain where it get processed and combined with other sensory information by progressively “higher” brain regions until forming our image of the world. However, scientists have yet to find this “highest” brain region. This has become known as the “binding problem,” and it represents an ongoing challenge for scientists, although many agree that it may be the simultaneous activity of various specialized brain regions that form the neural representation of a complex scene.

Q: What are your plans for the future with this major as a foundation?

GELLER: I’d love to be doing some front end development for a startup company.

AHERN: My goal is to attend medical school and become a

joining this major?

physician, I’m not sure what field of medicine exactly I want to go into yet. I’m planning on interning and shadowing doctors during college. Once I get my degree I have always wanted to volunteer with Doctors Without Borders, this is one of the major reasons I decided to take this path. I see these doctors doing so much to help the less fortunate and their work really changes lives. They are so needed. I want to be able to help the people that can’t get help. Providing a simple medicine or surgery can improve a person’s life immensely, but they just don’t have the resources. I want to be able to provide this service for as many people as I can.

GELLER: I learned how Google used to collect webpages and

LANG: I’d like to pursue a career as a neurologist - pediatric

LANG: I’ve always been interested in the brain and human behavior. While psychology is appealing, I think the neuroscience major provides a unique opportunity to study how our emotions and behavior is shaped by brain physiology, genetics, and learning.

Q: Tell me something interesting you have learned since

store them for quick access by users.

AHERN: One of the most important parts of learning is figuring out what we don’t understand. That is how great discoveries

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Computer Science Major

ACADEMICS | college of arts & sciences

neurology is especially appealing. I think the neuroscience major has done an excellent job of introducing me to the biology of the brain, the history of neuroscience, as well the current state of neuroscience research.


BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR

NEUROSCIENCE COMPUTER

SCIENCE MEDICAL Anthropology

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

PHYSICS GEOLOGICAL MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY

CHEMISTRY

left

BRAIN

It's connected to linear thinking, logic and mathematics. From biology to computer sciences, these are the majors and minors in Arts & Sciences that utilize the left side of the brain

By Olivia Baker & Alize Ramirez-Canas

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right

BRAIN It's connected to creative thinking, imagination and art. From international studies to studio arts, these are the majors and minors in Arts & Sciences that utilize the right side of the brain. By Olivia Baker

Latin AMERICAN STUDIES WOMEN AND GENDER

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

Art THEATRE Arts HISTORY AFRICAN ANTHROPOLOGY RELIGIOUS

STUDIES

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ACADEMICS | college of arts & sciences

JUDAIC STUDIES

RELIGION


VERONIKA SEIDER

International Studies Major

KATIE DAVIS

JENN BERKO

Stage Management Major

Q&A Q: What is your major(s)?

SEIDER: I am a double major and triple minor. I am majoring in

Religious Studies Major

Q: Tell me something interesting you have learned since joining this major?

International Studies and French!

SEIDER: China is taking over the world!

DAVIS: My major is Stage Management.

DAVIS: There's no such thing as a perfect show, but there's

BERKO: My major is Religious Studies.

always a way to move past a problem. Something I never learned is the difference between theatre spelled "re" and "er."

Q: Why did you choose your major(s)? SEIDER: I chose to double major in International Studies and French because I want to become more aware about what's going on in the world. I also want to travel and interact with different cultures.

DAVIS: I did this kind of thing in high school and when it came time to apply for colleges, I realized it was what I enjoyed doing most.

BERKO: For my whole life, I have been interested in how religion has had the power to influence our world. Religion has caused wars, created cultures, and more. In understanding religion, I feel like I will be able to understand the world and people better.

BERKO: In Buddhism, Nirvana isn't a place reached through death but is instead a state achieved through enlightenment, which can sometimes take multiple reincarnations.

Q: What are your plans for the future with this major as a foundation?

SEIDER: My hope is to try out different non profits and internships. I also want to travel a lot and do some hands-on work in international development.

DAVIS: I'm hoping to move back to LA and hopefully get into regional theatre there.

BERKO: I definitely want to join the Peace Corps and possibly work for a government think tank.

CLASS WITH A PUPPET Musical theater students spent time learning from Tony-Award winning Broadway composer and writer Jeff Marx. Marx spoke about his experience in the industry and how being fired lead to bigger opportunities. Along with his wisdom, Marx brought along his 2004 Tony-Award, which students were excited to hold, and his puppet “Nicky” from his musical "Avenue Q." “I admire Jeff so much,” said senior Bobby Eddy majoring in musical theater. “Actually, it was "Avenue Q." that inspired me to pursue a career in musical theatre. This is really a lifechanging moment for me. I will never forget it.” MEET MY FRIEND Broadway composer and writer shows musical theater By Alize Ramirez-Canas

students his puppet "Nicky" from his musical "Avenue Q." Photo by Mitchell Zachs

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miami business

MEANS BUSINESS The Miami Business School allows students to learn outside of the classroom with opportunities like the Distinguished Lecture Series and various trips to equip them with the tools they need to succeed in the business world By Sabrina Cheikhali

The Miami Business School strives to bring together

earlier because I probably would’ve attended a few of

of Miami community together with top business leaders

them earlier on.” The Miami Business School hosted nine

throughout the school year. Held over the span of the

different speakers and will continue the lecture series

fall and spring semesters, the Distinguished Leaders

next year, with a few already slated to speak.

Lecture Series aimed to inspire and teach members of

The most unique aspect of the Miami Business

the University of Miami community about the different

School is the opportunity it provides students to learn in

qualities of a leader and the different industries that

and out of the classroom. The Bermont/Carlin Scholars

exist throughout the nation and even abroad. From

allows selected students in the investment industry to

lawyers to CEOs, the Distinguished Lecture Series wasn’t

attend a trip to New York City to meet with industry

only open to Miami Business School students but was

giants and learn more about finance, investing, and

open to students from any major or school as well as

banking. Similarly, the Marketing Scholars program

external community members.

equips selected marketing students to visit New York

Zach Silberberg, a senior in the School of Nursing

City to meet with leaders in the marketing field. Taking

and Health Studies, attended the lecture featuring the

the experiences they've learned in lectures and applying

CEO of the American Red Cross, Gail McGovern and

it an external, real-world environment, students at the

found it to be “incredibly insightful to see what it was

Miami Business School are provided different methods

like to run a non-profit and have it do a complete 180. I

of learning outside of the classroom.

went to this event because it was required for a class but

BIG APPLE Posing in front of UBS, Bermont-Carlin Scholars traveled to New York City to visit different financial institutions. Photo courtesy Miami Business School

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I am glad I did. I wish I knew about these lecture series

students, alumni, and other members of the University

ACADEMICS | miami business school

MARKETING DEPARTMENT

5

TH in the world for

ACADEMIC PRODUCTIVITY by the University of Texas at Dallas

THE

BUSINESS

SCHOOL accounts for

20% of the student population

STRATEGIES FOR STRESSFUL SITUATIONS Mauricio Ortiz, Juan Felipe Ramirez and Maria Johnson shared their insights and experiences in their talk “Crisis Management: Puerto Rico” to business leaders, students, and faculty at the Storer Auditorium. Photo courtesy Miami Business School


BUSINESS

QUESTIONING EXPERTS Senior Cody Edelenbos, a fnance major, is offered the opportunity to question F. William McNabb, chairman of Vanguard. Photo courtesy Miami

STATS

Business School

UNDERGRADUATES

2,330 GRADUATES

900 &OVER 40,000 alumni

TOP

5

majors

1. FINANCE

2. MARKETING 3. UNDECLARED 4. MANAGEMENT 5. ACCOUNTING Source: UM Factbook

MIAMI BUSINESS The University of Miami’s Business School has recently changed its name to more accurately represent the city UM students call home. For a long time, Miami has been known as an international city, a hotspot and a gateway to Latin American countries and the Caribbean. When John Quelch journeyed from his institution of Harvard to the city of Miami, he immediately knew that a more fitting name was needed: “In the age of social media, we can’t afford to waste words telling people who we are, we needed to shorten and simplify the name. Very few schools any longer use ‘business administration’ in their title. These days, people don’t aspire to a career in administration. They aspire to a career in leadership or management.” Upon consulting with faculty, staff, and alumni, Quelch successfully convinced his peers to change the name from the “School of Business Administration” to “University of Miami Business School” or “Miami Business School” for short.

SOME ADVICE F. William McNabb speaks to an audience of students, faculty and alumni about Vanguard's core values and strategic positions. Photo courtesy Miami Business School

By Sabrina Cheikhali

TWO EXPERTS Dean Quelch and Sir Martin Sorrell, founder and CEO of WPP interact during one of the lectures hosted by the school as apart of the lecture series. Photo courtesy Miami Business School

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KAITLIN CASTILLO

Q&A

Account Manager

Q: What’s your favorite part of Orange Umbrella and what do you hope for every student to get out of it?

A: Orange Umbrella breaks down departmental and educational barriers. It's awesome to gain real-world experience that is impossible to get in any traditional classroom environment. In class, we learn the theory, but here we learn how it really works. It makes us better prepared for internships and eventual employment out in the real world. Unlike traditional classroom projects, we actually get to see our work come to fruition and get hands-on experience of what it is like to work with clients. In my year being here, I feel like I know more about the industry, my work and my skill sets than I was able to grasp in my three years at UM.

MEET THE TEAM After their 'Cane Talk, junior Gregory Mintz, seniors Christian Felipe, Alexander Gallin, Mack Bateman and junior Haley Buchholz give each other feedback on their presentation. Photo by Mugang Chen

TRAINING TIME Recently hired onto the team, sophomore Daniela Calderon undergoes training from Account Director, Madison Foruna. Photo by Max Miller

Melissa Barnes

CONCEPT TO CREATION Senior Ariella St. Rose shows the team how she revamped Orange Umbrella's website to better suit their needs. Photo by Max Evans

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FEARLESS LEADER Managing Director Professor Barnes welcomes guests to learn about the Orange Umbrella headquarters in the Interactive Media Suite. Photo by Max Evans


your daily dose of

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Skilled and creative students gain hands-on agency experience with a multitude of local businesses through the School of Communication-housed Orange Umbrella Consultancy By Olivia Baker

It is hard to look around campus and not take notice of the

when they successfully raised $13,000 for a client on Kickstarter.

array of bright orange umbrellas. These umbrellas that countless

Though there were hiccups along the way, the campaign overall

students study under everyday were the inspiration for the name

was both a learning experience and a motivation to create

of a new student group called Orange Umbrella.

a brand. Ever since, Orange Umbrella has been growing and

“We landed on Orange Umbrella because we see ourselves as an umbrella of unique students of all kinds that fit under,” said Christian Felipe, one of the team's original members. This “uniqueness” and creativity define the group as a whole

expanding rapidly. Today it is more than a learning experience. It is also a close-knit group. “The family that I have gained at OU gives me hope for the advertising industry and the people I will end up working with. I

and have added to their success. At Orange Umbrella, students

have more confidence in my abilities and appropriate evidence

share their creative expertise with businesses all over. They

to back up my skills,” said Madison Fortna, a team member who

offer services in fields such as design, branding, public relations,

works in the organization's advertising sector.

interactive media, strategy, content development and more. Orange Umbrella started as a simple idea pursued by five determined individuals. The group reached a defining moment

Orange Umbrella is a perfect way for students to gain more experience in the workforce while also giving companies a chance to work with creative students who can enhance their company.

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PARTY

EDUCATIONAL and

PHYSICAL STUDIES ACADEMIC AREAS

The School of Education and Human Development fosters students under three departments: Educational and Psychological Studies, Kinesiology and Sports Sciences, and Teaching and Learning

Community and Social Change

Community Well-Being

Counseling and Therapy

Counseling Psychology

By Alize Ramirez-Canas

Higher Education Administration

Higher Education Leadership

Human and Social Development

Research, Measurement and Evaluation

Divided into three departments, the school of Education and Human development focuses on well-being. Educational and Psychological Studies focuses on emotional health, Kinesiology focuses on physical health, and Teaching and Learning focuses on intellectual development. The school’s mission is “to be a center of excellence in the study, promotion and integration of educational, psychological, and physical well-being in multicultural communities.” Each department has several programs and programs to give students the opportunity to dive into their area of study and serve the community. “‘Mens Sana In Corpore Sano,’ is a Latin phrase that means ‘a sound mind in a healthy body,’” said Dr. Isaac Prilleltensky, “which effectively captures everything that we do, which is to promote well-being.”

FEATURED PROJECTS

Miami Engagement

Supported by funds from the Teagle Foundation, this project was created to explore the Miami Community through the lens of public history, media and social change.

Miami Breakthrough

Throughout the academic year, Miami Breakthrough brings young students to campus, which provides curriculum development for UM students and faculty.

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UNDERGRADUATES IN THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT MONEY MOVES Sports Administration graduate students Renee Burke and Keelin Hollowood accept the Dr. Harry Mallios Award Scholarship presented by the Marlins Foundation. Photo by UM School of Education & Human Development

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KINESIOLOGY and

SPORTS SCIENCES

TEACHING and LEARNING

ACADEMIC AREAS

ACADEMIC AREAS

• Athletic

• Early Childhood Special Education

Training

• Exercise

Physiology

• Education & Social Change

• Nutrition

• Elementary Education

• Sports

Administration

• Language & Literacy Learning in

• Sports

Medicine

• Strength

Multilingual Settings

and Conditioning

TOP 3 minors

• Mathematics/Science Education

SPORTS ADMINISTRATION

• Professional Training Option

EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY

• Secondary Education

SPORTS MEDICINE

• Special Education

FEATURED PROJECTS

T REES

Standing for Transformative Robotics Experience for Elementary students, the program aims to build elementary students’ knowledge in robotics and computer science. Students from a collaborating school participates in a semester long course with a final project.

Concussion in Sports

In partnership with the Athletic Training Program, the project aims to increase concussion awareness and improve sport safety. The project has observed the impact of concussions in high school athletes and the measures taken by high schools to prevent it.

most popular

MAJOR & MINOR IN THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

sports administration

FEATURED PROJECTS

Inspire 'U' Academy

In partnership with Booker T. Washington Senior High School, the Inspire U Academy is a developmental peer mentoring program for high school students with college aspirations. With on-campus events, college preparation activities and student led workshops, the program provides high school students with access to to dedicated mentors.

IF Club - Imagine the Future This project aims to help middle school students develop digital skills, learn STEM practices and form creative habits by engaging in multimedia science fictions.

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IN THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

GRADUATES AND

UNDERGRADUATES

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DOES IT WORK? Sophomore Nathan Furman presents the working guitar he made with the 3D printer to university President Julio Frenk and College of Engineering Dean Dr. Jean-Pierre Bardet. Photo by Jenny Abreu

E IS FOR ENGINEERING The College of Engineering hosts E-Week, a week of different events designed by engineering-focused student organizations for engineering students to get more involved. “I think engineering week is a great way for engineers to expose other people to all that engineers do in and outside the classroom,” said sophomore Michael Warrel. “It’s also a great time to show how diverse engineering is here at UM.” By Madison George

U GOT SERVED CoE's student body president, Junior Divya Bhansali, serves sandwiches at the volunteer appreciation picnic to close off E-Week. Photo by CoE

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SATURDAY, FEB. 17

• Coastal Clean Up at Biscyane National Park • Inaugural University of Miami Science Olympiad

MONDAY, FEB. 19

• Graduate Student Thesis Pitch Competition • Engineering Diversity Picnic

TUESDAY, FEB. 20

• Engineering Involvement Fair

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21

• Diversity Forum-Career Paths for Underrepresented Students in STEM

THURSDAY, FEB. 22

• Introduce a Girl to Engineering • Screen on the Green Movie Night

FRIDAY, FEB. 22

• 2018 Pi Tau Sigma National Conference Opening Day • Volunteer Appreciation Picnic


creating advanced

SPACES The new 3D printing lab, allows the School of Engineering to compete in innovation

By Alize Ramirez-Canas

In a venture to being ahead of innovation, the University of Miami teamed up with Johnson & Johnson to bring a game changing lab: the UM College of Engineering-Johnson & Johnson 3D Printing Center of Excellence Collaborative Laboratory. Emphasizing the collaborative aspect, the lab will support joint research, materials

PAY ATTENTION Senior Geman Acosta demonstrates how to cut metal material made by the industrial 3D printer. Photo by Jenny Abreu

development and testing 3D printing technologies. “This lab gives us an opportunity to pair our capability with a contribution to the community, while at the same time giving us the opportunity to develop the science itself,” said Joseph Sendra, the worldwide vice president, manufacturing engineering and technology at Johnson & Johnson. “The commitment of the faculty and the dean is a big source of power for the lab.” The new lab houses ten 3D MakerBots that uses polymers to create objects, and two 3D metal printers - one that uses titanium and one that uses stainless steel. The metal printers will allow students and faculty to think outside of the lines. One phrase used to describe the lab was “If you can imagine the shape, we can print it,” and sophomore Nathan Furman took this to heart. Using the lab, he created a full working electric guitar.

WELCOME Grad students Daniel Bolis and Mitchell Hamann and senior Moritz Lueker greet guests at the Pi Tau Sigma National convention during E-Week. Photo by

“The idea of 3D printing my own guitar came to me as I was wandering through the internet,” said Furman. “I came across a picture of a guitar and I thought, ‘Why not 3D-print my own guitar?’”

College of Engineering

Working alongside J&J engineers and scientists, students can gain first hand experience in 3D printing before they graduate. “[The lab] gives students the opportunity to have a real-world experience to work in conjunction with our team,” said Sendra. “It makes it real and it better prepares them for life in general.” STATE OF THE ART Student assistant at the lab, Senior Jorge Martinez, explains how the printer makes medical-grade material. Photo by Alize RamirezCanas

LOOK AT THIS In order to demonstrate how advanced the new printer is, sample gadgets are printed for visitors to see. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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SHARK WEEK AT RSMAS

OFF YOU GO After they've collected the data they need, junior Alexandra Annstett and senior Jessica Daly release a shark back into the ocean. Photo by Matthew Bernanke & Shark Research and Conservation

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Engaging and teaching through a hands-on research program By Olivia Baker

At the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science, a new and improved way of inspiring students interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) to study marine life, specifically sharks. The Shark Research & Conservation Program (SRC) focuses on a few key aspects to help change the traditional classroom scene experienced by most STEM students. SRC’s focuses include ecology, movement and conservation of sharks. To complete such research, the SRC team works to tag sharks and track their movements. For example, in 2014, the team the SRC team successfully tagged a total of 331 sharks and brought over 1,200 citizen scientists, 1,000 of who were students, out on research vessels to learn about local conservation issues. A core component of their work is to foster scientific literacy and environmental ethic in youth and the public by providing exciting hands-on field research experiences in marine conservation biology. The

Q&A

MATTHEW BERNANKE

Marine Science & Biology Major

Q: How did you become a photographer for SRC? A: I studied abroad in the Galapagos fall of 2016 and brought my dad’s old DSLR. I was fortunate to have some experienced photographers on the trip and they helped me to learn how to shoot manual and develop an eye for photography. Later, I was working for the Summer Scholars Program and chaperoned a trip for the students to go shark tagging with SRC. After the trip, the lab manager told me that he was very impressed both with how I handled myself on the boat and how I helped the Masters student work with the sharks and their blood. He had also taken a look at my Instagram and he had a need for media interns. I was fortunate enough that he found me a spot for this academic year and I've been tagging ever since!

Q: Do you ever shark tag yourself? A: Yes! All of our media interns are shark tagging interns as well. I mostly

split my time between being a photographer and acting as the physiology position on the boat. The physiology position draws blood from the sharks and works with the blood in our on-boat laboratory.

Q: How many trips have you been on? A: I’ve been on roughly 20 trips or so and by the end of the semester, it will be closer to 30!

research performed by students and faculty members focuses on four overlapping focal areas: science, education, conservation, and technology. Together, this new way of thinking broadens student’s educational perspectives and gets them more excited about going into a STEM field. The program was originally developed and is currently directed by a professor at the University of Miami, Dr. Neil Hammerschlag. Hammerschlag’s goal in developing the handson research program was to change the classroom experience for STEM students both

AND THE WINNER IS RSMAS hosted the Annual Underwater Photography Contest where a panel of marine biologists and professional photographers judge submissions from students and photographers all over the world. Submissions came from 20 countries and 15 states in the US. Awards are given in four categories: macro, fish or marine animal portrait, wide angle and best overall. To be eligible for the contest, participants must be an amateur photographer earning no more than 20 percent of their income from photography. The contest also recognizes the best UM student photo, which was awarded to marine mammal science graduate student Drew Martin who photographed a school of eagle rays near Virginia Key, Florida. By Alize Ramirez-Canas

in the United States and abroad. In the typical classroom experience, there is often a lack of engaging science education opportunities that inspire youth to learn STEM skills and adopt conservation attitudes and behaviors, and a lack of knowledge and awareness about marine ecology and conservation, particularly in relation to shark species. To address these various challenges, Hammerschlag and the SRC team engage in numerous activities including community outreach, marine-based field, lab, and virtual research experiences and online educational activities. Due to their efforts, the learning experience in SRC and the Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science has been changed for the better.

SPOTTED A school of spotted eagle rays were captured by RSMAS graduate student Drew Martin near Bear Cut Bridge, Virgina Key, Florida. The photo won first place in the student category. Photo by Drew Martin

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BRINGIN SAXY BACK Andy Snitzer performs at Live Proberaum Zülpich with his fellow Jeff Lorber Fusion bandmates, Jeff Lorber and Jimmy Haslip. Photo by Helmut Tollmann

music TO MY

EARS

At the 2018 Grammys, numerous members

By Olivia Baker

through the Frost Music School was highlighted

of the Frost School of Music were recognized

by Andy Snitzer’s Grammy win. Snitzer,

for their outstanding musical achievements. The

who is a saxophonist, won the award for

rewards included one win and six nominations

Best Contemporary Instrumental Album for

in multiple categories. The various nominations

Prototype with the Jeff Lorber Fusion. Snitzer

included drummer, Paul Deakin, who was

is an acclaimed contemporary solo performer,

nominated in the Best Americana Album

composer, and producer who worked and

category; jazz saxophonist Troy Roberts, was

learned from singer-songwriter, Paul Simon:

nominated for Best Jazz Instrumental Album;

“My career has been a fascinating journey in so

jazz guitarist, Raul Midón, was nominated

many ways,” he says, “and it’s been a privilege

for Best Jazz Vocal Album; trumpeter, Alex

working with and learning from some of the

Norris, was nominated for Best Large Jazz

world’s most legendary artists and innovators.

Ensemble Album; composer, Joel McNeely

I can't overestimate the benefit of being able

was nominated for the song “I Like Myself”;

to watch Paul Simon work, up close. It took

and, lastly, Frost School of Music Dean, Shelly

a while, but on my recent releases I'm finally

Berg, was nominated in the Best Arrangement,

operating at a level that reflects everything I've

Instrumental and Vocals category for his

been able to learn from masters like Paul.” He

arrangement in his album Rendezvous.

was rewarded for his vast accomplishments this

The outstanding talent brought about

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Members of the Recording Academy recognize Frost School of Music musicians at the 60th Grammy Awards with a total of six nominations and one win in multiple categories

ACADEMICS | frost school of music

year.

"I can't overestimate the benefit of being able to watch Paul Simon work, up close."


ENSEMBLE ANALYSIS The Frost School of Music has more than 70 ensembles for students to explore. Regardless of major, students can perform with many cross-genre ensembles and broaden their musical horizons.

DIVIDED INTO

DROP THE BASS Graduate student Martin Quinn, studying Jazz Pedagogy, plays the upright bass for Frost's Studio Jazz Band for a concert held at Gusman Hall. Photo by Mackenzie Karbon

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CATEGORIES •Classical •Jazz •Contemporary

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CLASSCAL ENSEMBLES

CONTEMPORARY ENSEMBLES

TOTAL SING IT OUT With the American Music Ensemble, junior Isabella Englert performs in the Miami Design District as part of a concert series sponsored by the Estefan Kitchen, a Cuban restaurant. Photo by Colin McKinley

HEAR US OUT At their end of the semester showcase, junior Madeline Doris and graduate students Ben Beal and Yuri Yu perform with Extensions, a student vocal jazz group. Photo by Mackenzie Karbon

FOUR IS A PARTY For their end of the year concert, juniors Seth Crail, Greg Chaimson, Brian Bibb, and Carter Key play the saxaphone, trumpet, saxaphone and trombone respectively for the UM Frost Jazz Hour. Photo by Mackeznie Karbon

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THIS NEXT CHORD During Frost Jazz Hour's performance, junior Jordan Rattner plays guitar as a part of their ensemble. Photo by Mackenzie Karbon

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is this

REAL LIFE?

The university's medical programs have always been renowned; however, the School of Nursing and Health Studies took this reputation to the next level with the new Simulation Hospital By Olivia Baker & Alize Ramirez-Canas with photos courtesy of SONHS

In the fall, the School of Nursing and Health Studies made

enter the workforce. These new learning opportunities make

their mark on the world of education by opening one of the

the SONHS an attractive place for future students to grow

nation's largest and most advanced simulation hospitals.

professionally.

The fully equipped facility has technology that will

“The Simulation Hospital [replicates] a hospital as well

help nurses and other health professionals test and

as a fully functioning health care system, which makes it a

master skills that will be put to use when they

powerful concept, unique among simulation-based health care education programs worldwide,” said SONHS Dean Cindy Munro. The Simulation Hospital includes four new and improved facilities to help in this

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training. With a total of five floors, each one has a different section. It includes an auditorium, which serves as a venue to hold conferences, seminars and courses; a series of operating rooms to allow students to practice life-or-death situations;

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a medical surgical unit that allows students to encounter “patients” with a wide range of conditions; and the Helene Fuld Skills Resource Center that allows students to

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practice and master both basic and advanced clinical skills and procedures.

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ADVANCING EDUCATION After months of construction, the School of Nursing and Health Studies can offer a hands-on learning experience right on campus. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas


BY THE FLOOR 5

4

HOME HEALTHCARE SUITE

3

NICU/PICU

3

OPERATING ROOM SUITE

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COMMAND CENTER

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EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

FIFTH FLOOR

THE HELENE FULD SKILLS RESOURCE CENTER With three labs – wet, dry and bedside – students can practice basic and advanced clinical skills.

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FOURTH FLOOR

HOME HEALTH CARE SUITE The apartment serves as a practice area for students who are interested in home healthcare and hospice care. MEDICAL/SURGICAL AND INTENSIVE SUITE In this suite students interact with "patients" with an array of medical and surgical conditions.

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THIRD FLOOR

LABOR AND DELIVERY SUITE Here students can experience the birthing process by helping as a labor coach, assisting with delivery or providing postnatal care. NICU/PICU The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/Pediatric Intensive Care Unit gives students the opportunity to practice on pre-mature baby scenarios since they are not usually allowed to care for them during clinicals. OPERATING ROOM SUITE The operating rooms allow students to gain experience in lifethreatening scenarios that rarely come by in their clinical practices.

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SECOND FLOOR

AUDITORIUM With 280 seats, the auditorium serves as space for conferences and lectures.

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FIRST FLOOR

EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT An ambulance entrance and six patient bays, allows students to practice in different scenarios like cardiac arrest and multi-casualty simulations. COMMAND CENTER Here administrative and clinical management teams practice internal and external emergency situations. OUTPATIENT CLINIC Students can practice good quality care in a clinic situation by interacting with patients who have a range of complaints.

JESSICA MORALES Senior

"The ICU would be my favorite section in the hospital. It looks exactly how the unit would at an actual hospital, which is a great way to learn about the unit and the machines that are being used, especially since I want to work in the ICU setting."

FIRST ROW: Adeline Lange, Jessica Morales, Sheila Lopez, Michael Sealey, Haiyi Lin, Mitchell Corbet, Ashley Forbes, Baylee Kennedy, Nayara Barros, Amanda Torres, Heather Sanchez, Melissa Zafra pose. Photo courtesy SONHS

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HARDER

Graduate students participate in events during GSA Appreciation Week to help unwind and get more involved on campus By Alize Ramirez-Canas & Morgan Thomson

With countless clubs and organizations

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MASTER'S & DOCTORATE PROGRAMS APPROXIMATELY

4,000 STUDENTS

well with events such as guided meditation

geared toward undergraduate students, the

and mindfulness and massages. The final event

Graduate Student Association (GSA) caters

was a Saturday at Crandon Park for graduate

to UM’s population of 6,171 graduate students.

students and their families to enjoy the beach

One of their highly anticipated events, Graduate

and barbeque. such as GradFest in the beginning of the fall

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graduates to take a pause from their rigorous

semester, bar crawls, tailgates and game nights.

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coursework.

These events allow graduates to socialize with

Monday morning kicked off with a breakfast

Other events are held throughout the year

each other and give them the opportunity to be

event for all of the three campuses, and

carefree like undergraduates. “GSAW is a week

activities throughout the week were happening

of giving back to the graduate students," said

on the RSMAS campus, Medical campus and

Christian Elledge. "As fellow grad students, we

Coral Gables campus. Events offering free food

know how difficult and stressful it can get. So

or casual socials at the Lowe Art Museum or the

we, as the GSA, wanted to have a week where

Rathskeller were featured throughout the week.

we show our appreciation for all of the hard

There was a focus on health and relaxation as

work and effort graduate students accomplish.”

DON'T BURN IT In order to teach graduate students skills outside of the classroom, the Graduate Student Association hosts a healthy cooking class in the Wellness Center kitchen. Photo by Christian Elledge

GSA WEEK SCHEDULE

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with fun and relaxing activities. This allows

Student Appreciation Week (GSAW), is filled

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GRAD STATS OVER

work hard

SCHOOLS •Business School •School of Medicine •School of Law

MAJORS BY SCHOOL School of Communication Film Master of Fine Arts School of Education Online Sports Administration Frost School of Music Instrumental Performance

ON KEY BISCAYNE With there being so many different graduate students in different programs, a social at the Wetlab on the RSMAS campus is held to bring everyone together. Photo by Christian Elledge

MONDAY, FEB. 26

TUESDAY, FEB. 27

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28

Breakfast Event | 10:30 AM Balroom Dance Night | 7:00 PM

Chair Massage | 11:00 AM Paint Night | 7:00 PM

How To: Healthy Dinner Cooking | 7:00 PM

ACADEMICS | graduate program


PAINT IT BLACK A popular event amongst graduate students, The Lowe Art Museum hosts Lowe After Hours, a 21+ event where students can drink and socialize while observing current exhibits like The "Antillean Visions: Maps and the Making of the Caribbean." Exhibit curator and anthropology professor William Pestle demonstrates the interactive 'Make a Map' activity created by alumni Jose Guzman. Photo by Christian Elledge

MISS A SPOT With a heavier course load and hectic scheduled compared to undergrad students, masseuses from the Wellness Center give free chair massages to grad students. Photo by Christian Elledge

BEACH DAY In an effort to get away from campus life, grad students Christian Elledge and Jacqueline Galante enjoy a beach day hosted by GSA. Photo by Christian Elledge

THURSDAY, MARCH 1

FRIDAY, MARCH 2

SATURDAY, MARCH 3

Chair Massage | 11:00 AM Lowe After Hours | 7:00 PM

Chair Massage | 11:00 AM Guide Meditation and Mindfulness| 3:00 PM Rat Social | 6:00 PM

Beach Day BBQ | 10:00 PM

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it's a

Match

After three and a half years of medical school, students in the Miller School of Medicine find out where they're heading for their residency By Alize Ramirez-Canas

Underneath a tent in the Schoninger Research Quadrangle stood anxious medical students

where

DO THEY GO?

26% Florida

and their families, crowding around a long table clad in orange and green. On the table was their future in a small envelope. With a 10-second countdown and large amount of confetti, the students ripped open the envelopes and celebrated their residency acceptances. Match Day isn’t unique to the University of Miami, it takes places across the nation. It’s the

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day fourth year medical students find out where they will be spending the next several years of their life to complete their residency. Prior to the event, students complete a rigorous application process and they don’t find out where they have been accepted to until they open up the envelope on Match Day. Among the students celebrating was Ahmed Al Bayati, who was accepted at Vanderbilt for a residency in general surgery. His goal is to become a surgical oncologist, which stems from cancer in his family and his mentors at the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. “I don’t think I could be any happier than I am right now,” he said. “This is one of the best days

New York

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California

of my life.” While students were accepted at universities across the country, 24 percent of graduating class at Miller will be completing their residency at either University of Miami Hospital or Jackson Memorial Hospital, which are both apart of the UM health system. One of those students is Erica Graff, a South Florida native who will be attending Jackson for her residency in internal medicine. “I’m so happy to be staying home with my family,” she said. “I didn’t expect to be so excited, but now I can’t wait to start. I’m just so grateful for my experience, and I think I’ll be at Jackson in some capacity for the rest of my life."

BRIMMING WITH ANTICIPATION The crowd of students and their family members mill around as they eagerly await the matches to be revealed. The envelopes on the table will determine where they spend their residency. Photo by Jorge Perez

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and 25 other states and the District of Columbia


Emergency Medicine Pediatrics

8%

8%

9%

7%

AREAS OF STUDY

OB/GYN

General Surgery

7%

5%

More than 190 graduates entered 19 different focuses in medical programs across the country

Internal Medicine

19%

11%

4% 4% 4% 3% 3% 3% 2%

Anesthesiology

Otolaryngology

Psychiatry

Radiology Oncology

Ophthalmology

Neurology

Dermatology

Orthopedic Surgery

Family Medicine

Other

FOUR YEARS IN THE MAKING Grace Pryor and Nawara Alawa embrace when they receive their Match Day results. Both students are going to medical schools in Texas to complete their residencies in pediatrics. Photo by Gustavo Freundt

Plastic Surgery Pathology Medicine - Pediatrics Medicine - Preliminary Neurological Surgery

Radiation Oncology Transitional Urology Interventional Radiology Phys Medicine & Rehab

PRIDE AND JOY With her family surrounding her, Pooja Utamsingh celebrates her future pediatrics residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Photo by Gustavo Freundt

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ROOM TO COURT

Law students take their knowledge from the classroom to the courtroom through different outlets offered by the UM School of Law By Alize Ramirez-Canas

BRINGING HOME THE

WINS NEW YORK, NY

DUBERSTEIN BANKRUPTCY MOOT COURT COMPETITION

2ND PLACE

OUT OF 46 TEAMS MADISON, WI

MOOT COURT BOARD The Charles C. Papy, Jr. Moot Court Board is a student run organization that recruits and trains oral and written advocates. Founded in 1953, it’s the oldest and most prestigious advocacy program in the School of Law. The board is selected from the top 25 students in their second year. The board competes in 15 competitions throughout the year where students have to advocate for or against a topic. Two students from the board goes to the competition while the rest of the team prepares for the next one. “Being a member of moot court has taught me how to think quickly on my feet, how to be an effective writer and advocate, and how to work as a team to better an organization's future,” said 3L J.D. MacKenzie Sacs, president of Moot Court Board. The organization won first place at the regional 11th Circuit Bankruptcy competition for the 2018 Cristol, Kahn, and Paskay Cup. One of the members, 3L J.D./M.B.A. Dan Halperin, also won Best Oralist.

INTERNATIONAL MOOT COURT PROGRAM

THE EVAN A. EVANS CONSTITUTIONAL LAW MOOT COURT COMPETITION

2ND BEST

PETITIONER BRIEF NEWARK, NJ

JOHN J. GIBBONS CRIMINAL PROCEDURE MOOT COURT COMPETITION

BEST ORALIST BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA

FDI MOOT COMPETITION In this program, law students participate in simulated international proceedings, like human rights and international criminal law cases. Students in the program travel around the world to represent UM in various competitions while obtaining course credit. In a typical competition, students analyze the problem, identify the legal issues, research, write briefs and orally present it to the moot course, giving them the opportunity to to learn how to litigate a case. Students make a year-long commitment to the team and the class. During their class time, they are taught concepts in international law, research skills, oral advocacy skills and strategies in mooting. “As a mootie, the biggest thing I have learned is that you have to prepare as a team,” said 2L J.D./LL.M. Kira Kuhnert. “Beyond that, I have certainly grown as an advocate. The skills I’ve learned have transcended the moot court world and helped me in my other classes as well.”

7TH PLACE

OUT OF 67 TEAMS

MADRID, SPAIN

MOOTMADRID COMPETITION

3RD PLACE THE HAGUE, NETHERLLANDS

ICC MOOT COMPETITION

7TH PLACE

OUT OF 65 TEAMS

GETTING READY First year law student, Rafi Castillo prepares for his last round in the UBARosario Moot Competition in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Photo by Kira Kunhert

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LENDING A HAND During her summer in New York, third year law student Brittany Thomas worked with the Legal Aid Society in the Bronx, where she prepared motions and worked on misdemeanor cases. The organization works to provide justice to those who lack access to legal services due to poverty. Photo by Brittany Thomas

A VOICE FOR THE PEOPLE

WISDOM Professor Michael Connolly lectures on international finance. Photo by Kira Kunhert

THIS IS IT In the last round of the KU Leuven University International Tax Moot Competition, Stephanie Marmol and Paige Coles conclude their case. Photo by Kira Kunhert

Miami Law’s clinics give students the opportunity to work with clients and serve the public while gaining necessary legal skills. When 3L Brittany Thomas came to Miami, she dove right in and took advantage of what the school had to offer and started serving the Environmental Justice Clinic, which provides advocacy and transactional assistance to low-income communities. This past year, she split her time between social justice work in Miami and legal aid in New York. Her main focus was the Community Justice Project in Miami, which aims to give low-income communities of color more power. “It showed me how to advocate without the legal system; how to make a huge impact on a whole community— experience things in people’s lives that I could not in my legal life,” said Thomas. “You find someone a home, and that is a real impact. It is really the best thing.” By Alize Ramirez-Canas

FIGHT FOR RIGHTS Members of the International Moot Court Program sit in on an InterAmerican Commision on Human Rights meeting, a system that promotes and protects human rights, before competing in the Human Rights Moot Court Competition. Photo by Kira Kunhert

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INSIDE THE internship

AYE AYE CAPTAIN At a unique internship with the Navy's Marine Mammal Program, senior Mackenzie D'Andrea assisted in training sessions for the Navy's dolphins and sea lions. Photo by Mackenzie D'Andrea

To bolster their resumes and discover career possibilities, 'Canes interned all over the country

By Margarita Castillo

HERE TO HELP For the sociology department's internship program, Anthony Callan mentors at-risk students who attend Ponce Middle School. The program also caters to students from Coral Gables High in an effort to enhance the local education system. Photo by Anthony Callan

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WEST COAST LIVIN' After her internship as a stage manager was over, senior Kelly Zahnen poses in front of the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego. Photo by Kelly Zahnen


ALI BANAS

Marine Science & Biology

Q&A

HERE'S THE 411 At her broadcast internship with WSAV Channel 3 in Savannah, Georgia, senior Jolie Starr gives a report on the local golf tournament. Photo by Jolie Starr

Q: Where did you intern? A: The Pittsburgh zoo and PPG Aquarium. Q: What was your position and what did you do?

A: Aquarist intern. I did Tropical saltwater, Cold marine, and Tropical freshwater tank maintenance and daily tasks like feeding and water quality. I also worked with our Penguin colony, doing husbandry, feedings, and enclosure cleanings.

Q: Do the penguins have names? A: All of the penguins have names, yes;

they're identified by their bands on their arms but they are also assigned names.

Q: Did you have a favorite penguin? A: I My favorite penguin was a 32 year old

GOOD WITH NUMBERS Senior Luis Gonzalez interned at the Miami branch of Cherry Bekaert, one of the largest accounting firms in the country. Photo by Luis Gonzalez

macaroni penguin named Mickey. HEAR ME OUT At an event during his internship at Berkowitz Pollack Brant, senior Mitchell Fuccile talks about tax reform. Photo by Mitchell Fuccile

HAPPIEST PLACE In between directing the crowd before the start of a parade, senior Marion Vilberg takes a photo on front of the castle in Magic Kingdom. Marion participated in Walt Disney World's College Program. Photo by Marion Vilberg

FUTURE JUDGE To mark the end of her internship, senior Stephanie Ruffolo poses with Honorable Judge Sebastian Lucido. Photo by Stephanie Ruffolo

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from 305 to

WORLDWIDE

From South America to Europe, students of all majors said “yes� to life changing experiences as they flew thousands of miles away from home and their comfort zones By Olivia Baker & Alize Ramirez-Canas

A WHOLE NEW WORLD While abroad in the UPrague program, senior Lauren Ayars takes a day trip to Bosnia. "It was interesting to see where some of the worst parts of the Bosnian war occurred," said Lauren. Photo courtesy Lauren Ayars

LEAN WITH IT Studying in Rome allowed senior Michelle Inglis to experience many popular tourist sights like the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Photo courtesy Michelle Inglis

Pamela Onorato

SUN KISSED During their time in Rome, senior Joseph Reda and junior Emily Greaves spend a day at Positano, Italy. Photo courtesy Emily Greaves

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#TWINNING Juniors Pamela and Kristen Onorato visit one of China's most historic landmarks, the Great Wall of China, while abroad in Hong Kong. Photo courtesy Kristen Onorato


number of students abroad

CHECKOUT MY RIDE Junior Ashley Brooks experiences a new way to travel during her abroad progam in Morocco. Photo courtesy Ashley Brooks

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THE BOYS ARE BACK #ATTHERAT As the Rat fills with excited graduating students, seniors Joachim Lopez, Andres Reid, Sam Siegler, Kyle Lombard, Zach Silberberg and Ben Caplan gather on a glider at the Rat to enjoy a pitcher during Senior Day. Students who purchased a Class of 2018 glass were able to enjoy a free beer. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

PACKING UP THE PATIO Seniors line up and wait during a special edition of Patio Jams, which featured a lunch catered by Vicky Bakery. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

MAKING CONNCECTIONS Senior Adrea Avalos mingles with other seniors by playing giant Connect Four at the President's Senior Picnic. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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HAPPY HOUR Under the name Kilo, junior Perry Nicholas DJs at Senior Day at the Rat. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas


so long,

FAREWELL

As part of an annual tradition, graduating seniors were sent off by the university as the spring semester wrapped up. Featuring different events, food, and activities, seniors had the chance to enjoy their last hoorah before walking across the graduation stage

MARCH 21 SENIOR DAY AT THE ROCK

Seniors were able to claim their class shirt, enjoy Whip’n Dip, get commencement questions answered, and explore different tables. The vendors present helped seniors figure out post-grad plans, select a class ring and apply to graduate school.

APRIL 8 PRESIDENT’S SENIOR PICNIC

This picnic brought seniors together with catered food, “Create your Own Street Signs,” Hip Hops, and a Photo Booth with Sebastian the Ibis.

By Sabrina Cheikhali

APRIL 11 MIAMI HEAT VS. TORONTO RAPTORS

ONE LAST SELFIE Seniors Isabella Claure, Lauren Diaz and Thalia Garcia pose with Sebastian for a photo at Senior Day at the Rat. Photo by Jenny Abreu

Held over in the American Airlines Arena, seniors had the chance to watch the Miami Heat take on the Toronto Raptors for a special price of $18 for the Class of 2018.

APRIL 12 SENIOR LUNCH AT PATIO JAMS

This event featured a musical set during HP’s weekly Patio Jams but was combined with Vicky Bakery, who provided Cuban pastries and food.

APRIL 8 SENIOR DAY AT THE RAT

Combined with the Rat’s Happy Hour, Senior Day at the Rat was a senior favorite. With a Photo Booth, Happy Hour food and drinks, and a visit from Sebastian the Ibis, Seniors could enjoy one last happy hour before the Rat closed for the semester.

APRIL 8 COMMENCEMENT BALL

Held in the Watsco Center, Commencement Ball featured different Miami-inspired food, a dance floor and DJ, and selfie opportunities with Sebastian the Ibis.

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NOW THEY SAY congratulations Commencement is the end of a journey for many, but a time of new beginnings from graduate school to full-time work

By Morgan Thomson

Over 4,000 'Canes graduated in the Watsco Center for the fall and spring graduations. In the fall, commencement ceremonies were held in a single day and took place before the end of the semester due to disruptions in the academic calendar by Hurricane Irma. "Graduating before classes were over made the ceremony feel less important," said senior Marion Vilberg. "It also made the rest of classes feel surreal." The spring graduation spanned over three days and featured three undergraduate ceremonies divided by the school or college the graduates belonged to. The largest undergraduate ceremony boasted 763 students from the College of Arts and Sciences as well as Continuing Studies. There were separate ceremonies for graduates of the School of Law, Miller School of Medicine, and Masters or PhD recipients. Six honorary degrees were granted. Including, three Doctor of Humane Letters to Desmon Mpilo Tutu, Marshall S. Sharpo and Mario Vargas Llosa. LaSalle D. Leffal Jr. and H. Robert Harvits received Doctor of Science honorary degrees, and Sir James Galway a Doctor of Music Arts.

THANK 'U' Addressing the crowd of the first undergraduate commencement ceremony, race and gender justice activist Nontombi Naomi Tutu accepted her father, Desmond Mpilo Tutu's honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters on his behalf. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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Bachlors

FALL 576

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HATS OFF for the graduates

The end of the fall and spring semesters is a time to celebrate the graduates from 11 schools and colleges with distinctions ranging from Bachelors to PhDs

By Morgan Thomson

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PERFECTSPOTS FOR

graduation photos

1. The 'U' Statue

Be ready to wait in line for this one!

2. All the fountains OUR LAST SPELLOUT Senior Rogelio Gonzalez reveals himself to be Sebastian the Ibis and engages in the tradition of performing a spell out in front of the graduating class. Photo by Jenny Abreu

A NEW CHAPTER BEGINS A tradition at each commencement ceremony, beach balls are released over the new graduates marking the end of their undergraduate career and the beginning of life as a graduate. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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Merrick Fountain and the Bunty Cesarano Fountain are popular choices. Don't forget to pop champagne!

3. Lake Osceola One of the most picturesque spots on campus.

4. The University of Miami Sign Again, be ready to wait in line for this one.

5. With Sebastian If you can't swing this one, the Sebastian statue outside of the Newman Alumni Center is a great stand-in.

6. On the Moss Terrace Drake was once there.


A MOMENT TO REMEMBER Graduates are lined up and begin to enter the Watsco Center, preparing for their commencement ceremony. Led by faculty members, the graduates are led to their seats and await the beginning of the ceremony. Photo by Jenny Abreu

ALL SMILES FROM HERE ON OUT Daniel Jordan, decorated in many stoles commemorating his different accolades as a student, walks through the commencement ceremony. Photo by Jenny Abreu

Sebastian the Ibis

#TWINNING At the end of the ceremony, Sebastian, who is decked out in graduation regalia, takes photos with seniors. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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This is what put Miami on the map, this is why fans yell 'Go 'Canes!' Year after year, no matter the sport, it will always be about the 'U'

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CUBAN LINKS turnover chain

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CUE SEBASTIAN A fan-favorite tradition, Sebastian runs onto the field with the football team on his heels during the Georgia Tech v. Miami game where Miami won 25-24. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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KEEPERS OF THE COURT men's basketball

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SUCH GREAT HEIGHTS women's tennis

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VOLLEYBALL

The volleyball team made it to the second round of the NCAA tournament.

ACC Player of the Year Olga Strantzali, Senior All-ACC Team First Team Olga Strantzali, Senior Haley Templeton, Senior

ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year Olga Strantzali, Senior

WOMEN’S TENNIS

MEN’S BASKETBALL

ROWING

All-ACC First Estela Perez-Somarriba, sophomore

All-ACC Team, Honorable Mention Lonnie Walker, Freshman Guard

All-ACC Second Team Sinead Lohan, senior

All-Freshman Team Lonnie Walker, Freshman Guard

Academic All-ACC Alexa Aguilar Taegan Lynch Halle Alitz

Academic All-ACC Ana Madcur, junior Sinead Lohan, senior Estela Perez-Somarriba, sophomore

Academic All-ACC Chris Lykes, Freshman guard Dejan Vasiljevic, Sophomore guard Lonnie Walker IV, Freshman guard

The team made it to the Sweet 16 and finished ranked 17th in the nation.

The men’s basketball team reached the NCAA tournament for the third straight season.

FOOTBALL

All-ACC 1st Team Michael Badgely, Senior PK All-ACC 2nd team Travis Homer, Sophomore HB Christopher Herndon IV, Senior TE RJ McIntosh, Junior DT Shaquille Quarterman, Sophomore LB Michael Jackson, Junior CB Jaquan Johnson, Junior S. All-ACC 3rd Team Braxton Berrios, Senior WR KC McDermott, Senior OT Trent Harris, Senior DE.

Academic All-ACC Braxton Berrios, Senior WR Dee Delaney, Graduate CB Joe Jackson, Sophomore DL

WOMEN’S GOLF

BASEBALL

All-ACC Team Dewi Weber, Junior

ACC All-Freshman Team Freddy Zamora

Academic All-ACC Kristyna Frydlova, Freshman Renate Grimstad, Sophomore Dewi Weber, Junior

Academic All-ACC Jeb Bargfeldt Michael Burns Cooper Hammond Evan McKendry

They went to NCAA Regionals and finished 15th.

SPORTS | ACC/NCAA

All-ACC Team, 3rd Team Evan McKendry

Academic All-American Alexa Aguilar, Halle Alitz, Bridget Boland, Taegan Lynch, Jane More and Lily Wittle

Indoor Academic All-Americans Gian Piero Ragonesi

All-ACC Honorable Mention Navaughn Donaldson, Freshman OG Trevor Darling, Senior OG Tyler Gauthier, Junior C Braxton Berrios, Senior Special Teams Kendrick Norton, Junior DT Michael Pinckney, Sophomore LB Malek Young, Sophomore CB

Academic All American Braxton Berrios

All-ACC Team Kathleen Hanson

MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD

The football team won the ACC Coastal Division and played in the ACC Championship game. The team also played in the Orange Bowl.

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Academic All-ACC Olga Strantzali , Haley Templeton and Hannah Sorensen

Indoor First-Team All-ACC Gian Piero Ragonesi and Kevin Arreaga Indoor Second-Team All-ACC and Outdoor Second Team All-ACC Myles Valentine Outdoor All-Americans Gian Piero Ragonesi Outdoor First Team All-ACC Andreas Christodoulou, Gian Piero Ragonesi, Kevin Arreaga, and McKinly Brown Outdoor Academic All-American Gian Piero Ragonesi

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

They made the NCAA tournament for the fourth straight season. All-ACC Team, 2nd Team Erykah Davenport, Senior F/C ACC All-Freshman Team Mykea Gray, Freshman Guard Kelsey Marshall, Freshman Guard Academic All-ACC Emese Hof, Endia Banks and Kelsey Marshall


MEN’S TENNIS

The team reached the second round of the NCAA tournament.

All-ACC Second Team Adrian Soriano, freshman

All-ACC Third Team Bojan Jankulovski, freshman Christian Langmo, senior

WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD

They won the ACC Outdoor Championship and had 27 All-ACC Honors. ACC Outdoor Coach of the Year Amy Deem

Academic All-ACC Wally Layland Alicia Blagg

Outdoor Second Team All-American Anna Runia, Symone Mason, Tiara McMinn, Samantha Gonzalez and Debbie Ajagbe

ACC Female Diving Coach of the Year Randy Ableman

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Academic All-ACC Ronnie Johnson, Senior Forward Phallon Tullis-Joyce, Redshirt Junior Goalkeeper

All-Americans David Dinsmore Zach Cooper

Academic All-ACC Nathan Kuck

All-American Honorable Mention, Diving Wally Layland

CSCAA Academic All-Americans Wally Layland Annie Kyriakidis Roxanne Yu

MEN’S DIVING

Outdoor Honorable Mention All-American Symone Mason, Michelle Atherle, Anna Runia and Samantha Gonzalez Outdoor All-ACC Second Team Debbie Ajagbe, Celine Thompson and Zakiya Rashid

Indoor All-ACC First Team Amy Taintor, Michelle Atherley, Tiara McMinn and Niara Hill Indoor All-ACC Second Team Anna Runia, Celine Thompson, Erika Voyzey, Kayla Johnson, Symone Mason and Alfreda Steele Indoor Academic All-Americans Debbie Ajagbe, Symone Mason, Tiara McMinn, Anna Runia, Afreda Steele, Amy Taintor and Erika Voyzey Indoor All-American Michele Atherley

Outdoor Academic All-American Debbie Ajagbe, Samantha Gonzalez, Kristina Knott and Anna Runia

Academic All-District Jamie Brunworth, Junior Midfielder

IT'S A

'CANE thing

Miami Athletics and standout student athletes stayed winning on and off the court Information provided by Hurricane Athletics

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A chain reaction of turnovers led the team to a 10-game winning streak and some new bling By Madison George

Drake once said, “I wear every single chain even when I’m in the house” and to say the least Miami was wearing their very own kind of chain in the house during the season. Thanks to Anthony John Machado, also known as the "King of Bling" the Turnover Chain was born. A 2.5-kilogram, 10 karat gold chain accompanied by a 6.5-kilogram “U” encrusted with 900 orange and green sapphire stones in all its glory. The chain even had a personal security escort on its way from the jewelry store to the Coral Gables campus. Some of Machado’s clientele includes athletes such as LeBron James, Dee Gordon, and hundreds of NFL players. Defensive coordinator Manny Diaz wanted something to entice and reward players during the game which was how the idea of the turnover chain was born. The chain was used as an incentive for players and made its debut during the first game of the season when Miami took on Bethune-Cookman which ended in a 41-13 Hurricane win. The turnover chain was a new Miami football tradition and a sign of school spirit with a hint of swag. Senior Michael Yunis said the turnover chain “is a great addition to the hurricane sideline” and provided “a feel-good moment” for players. By the end of the season, the Turnover Chain was only worn 29 times, and cornerback Malek Young was the first player to be honored with the chain after intercepting a pass early on in the fourth quarter against Bethune-Cookman. Minutes after the chain made an appearance, a picture of Young sitting on the bench with the chain was plastered all over social media with comments such as, “when you’re going straight from the game to LIV,” tweeted by ESPN contributor Jemele Hill In all its glory, the 36-inch chain was featured on several t-shirts and several other versions of the chain were also made for Miami fans. Players and fans weren't the only ones rocking the turnover chain, Sebastian the Ibis had his own chain that he would wear during games as well. The chain brought a new sense of swagger and energy to the team and reinvigorated the fanbase.

ONLY A SELECT FEW WERE LUCKY ENOUGH TO DON THE TURNOVER CHAIN. ABOVE IS HOW MANY TIMES IT WAS WORN BY PLAYERS.

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ANOTHER ONE FOR THE 'CANES Defensive back Trajan Bandy (2) celebrates a turnover during the Notre Dame game which the 'Canes finished thirty-three points in the lead. Photo by JC Ridley

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DEFEATING THE

Devils

'Canes take charge in their first ACC match up against the Duke Devils on their home turf, with a final score of 31-6 By Madison George

Miami took charge and made big plays early on that led them to winning the ACC opener against Duke, 31-6. Playing on the road, the Hurricanes were able to score 14 points in the first quarter and took control on both sides of the ball. Quarterback Malik Rosier hit running back Mark Walton for a 39-yard gain that set up a 27-yard connection to wide receiver Braxton Berrios for the game's first points. Berrios became the first Hurricane to catch a touchdown pass in all of the first three games of a season since Andre Johnson. Rosier finished the game with 270 passing yards, two passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown. “There is a lot of stuff I’ve got to improve on,” Rosier said, knowing rival Florida State was their next opponent. After collecting an interception, linebacker Michael Pinckney was honored with the turnover chain, a new piece of Miami swagger. The Blue Devils struggled to find a rhythm all game; Pinckney had a solid performance with 10 tackles, an interception, and a sack in the first quarter that stopped a potential scoring drive. With less than five minutes left on the clock, defensive lineman Pat Bethel forced a fumble that was recovered at the Duke 40-yard line and helped seal the victory. Miami ended the game by going “back to the basics…playing the standard,” linebacker Shaquille Quarterman said. “I’m very excited about the victory,” Miami head coach Mark Richt said. After a dominating performance against Duke, the team prepared to take on their in-state rival, FSU.

NOT TODAY Making his way to the end zone, quarterback Malik Rosier (12) pushes away a Duke defensive linebacker who tries to take him down. Photo courtesy Hurricane Athletics

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HURDLE OR HUMAN Defensive lineman DJ Johnson (1) jumps over Duke defensive line back Ben Humphreys (34) to avoid being tackled. Photo courtesy Hurricane Athletics


DEVOTED FANS These two Miami natives show off their 'Canes spirit with extravagant costumes. Photo courtesy Hurricane Athletics

HE'S GOT OUR BACK After beating out red shirt sophomore Evan Shirreffs and true freshman N'Kosi Perry, red shirt junior Malik Rosier took over as the starting quarterback following Brad Kaaya's departure to the NFL. The Mobile, Alabama native led the No. 11/10 Hurricanes to a 5-0 record and threw for 1,074 yards, 11 touchdowns and three interceptions while completing 58.2 percent of his passes. Rosier ranked fifth in the ACC in passing efficiency, and was added to the watch list for the 2017 Manning Award, honoring the nation's top quarterback. Rosier became the first Hurricane quarterback since Brock Berlin in 2003 to begin his career with a perfect 5-0 record as starting quarterback. By Izabella Felpeto

I GOT YOU Linebacker Jamie Gordinie (52) picks up wide receiver Ahmmon Richards (82) after throwing a touchdown. Photo courtesy Hurricane Athletics

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CONQUERING the Curse

THE CURSE IS LIFTED Braxton Berrios (8) is lifted into the air after making a touchdown. Photo courtesy Hurricane Athletics

'Canes defeated the Seminoles on their home turf after a 7-year losing-streak that left 78,169 fans in awe By Izabella Felpeto

Victory on tribe territory was all the rage, as Miami prevailed 24-20 against longtime rival, Florida State. Things began to heat up late in the fourth-quarter, following a quiet first three quarters of the game. The Seminoles took the lead 20-17, when Florida State quarterback James Blackman connected with Auden Tate for a touchdown with 1:24 left in the fourth-quarter. With six seconds left, a 23-yard completion from quarterback Malik Rosier to Darrell Langham brought home the win. Langham’s gamewinning catch brought on cheering teammates and fans to their feet. After a careful review of the touchdown, officials decided he broke the plane of the goal line before his knee touched the ground a half-yard short. “I was just happy I caught the ball...and happy I ended the streak,’’ Langham said. Rosier led the team to victory and completed 19 of 44 passes for 254 yards, three touchdowns and an interception. The defense held tough, as well, for much of the game, with four sacks, nine tackles for loss and interceptions by cornerbacks Michael Jackson and Dee Delaney. “I knew it would come down to this in the fourth quarter, and we executed,” senior receiver Braxton Berrios said. Berrios scored two touchdowns, secured two first downs on the final drive and returned a punt of for 44 yards. After seven straight losses and a postponement due to Hurricane Irma, the 'Canes were finally able to knock off the Seminoles in their own stadium. The win was a sight for sore eyes for the university and fans who were tired of being called "baby brother" by Florida State. After defeating the Seminoles, the ‘Canes continued their victorious winning streak for the next six games taking on Georgia Tech (25-24), Syracuse (27-19), North Carolina (29-19), Virginia Tech (28-10), and Notre Dame (41-8).

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SWEET VICTORY Tight end Christopher Hernoon (23) celebrates the winning touchdown as Seminole defensive back Tarvarus McFadden (4) kneels in defeat. Photo courtesy Hurricane Athletics


NEW KICKS Kicker Micheal Badgely (15) kicks for the extra point after a touchdown. His highlight of this game was making a 31yard field goal. Image courtesy of Hurricane Athletics

BB-8 Wide receiver Braxton Berrios (8) celebrates his first touchdown of the game. This was one of two receiving touchdowns.

HALFWAY THERE The team is greeted by fans as they enter the locker room for half time. Photo courtesy Hurricane Athletics

Photo courtesy Hurricane Athletics

FRONT ROW: DJ Jonson, Mark Walton, Trajan Bandy, Dee Delaney, Mike Harley, Jaquan Johnson, Jeff Thomas, Amari Carter, N'Kosi Perry, Jhavonte Dean, Kendrick Norton, Braxton Berrios, Chad Thomas, De'Andre Wilder, Malik Rosier, Malek Young, Deejay Dallas, Michael Badgley, Evan Shirreffs, Waynmon Steed, Cade Weldon; SECOND ROW: Lawrence Cager, Zach Feagles, Augie DeBiase, Scott Patchan, Robert Knowles, Malik Mayweather, Robert Burns, Sheldrick Redwine, Christopher Herndon, Terry McCray, Travis Homer, Derrick Smith, Marshall Few, Crispian Atkins, Michael Jackson, Chad Allen, Romeo Finley, Demetrius Jackson, Trayone Gray, Tyler Murphy, Trent Harris, Elias Lugo-Fagundo, Charles Perry; THIRD ROW: Mike Smith, Teddy Stavetski, Colvin Alford, Cesar Castillo, Danny Dominguez, Jordan Butler, Michael Parrott, Jack Spicer, Bradley Jennings Jr., Jack Pope, Nicholas Ducheine, Daniel Ferguson-McAllister, Turner Davidson, Dewayne Washington II, Thomas Burns, Calvin Carrie, James Murphy, Shawn Walker, Sam York, Jamie Gordinier, Kc McDermott, Zach McCloud; FOURTH ROW: Navaughn Donaldson, Shaquille Quarterman, Michael Pinckney, Kai-Leon Herbert, Darrion Owens, Justin Goldberg, Jacob Munoz, Hayden Mahoney, Corey Gaynor, Zach Dykstra, Zachary Lerman, George Brown Jr., Trevor Darling, Tyler Gauthier, Zalon'tae Hillery, Tre Johnson, Jahair Jones, Tyree St. Loius, Bar Milo, Dayall Harris; FIFTH ROW: RJ McIntosh, Darrell Langham, Ahmmon Richards, Evidence Njoku, Marco Baeza, Malik Curry, Michael Irvin II, Brian Polendey, Tyreic Martin, Gerald Willis III, Pat Bethel, Ryan Fines, Anthony Moten, Jonathan Ford, Jonathan Garvin, Dego Marquez, Joe Jackson; BACK ROW: John Thomas, Vinny Scavo, Danny Kalter, Mike Zuckerman, Karl Rennalls, Stacy Searls, Justin Wells, Matty Doherty, Jon Richt, Ron Dugans, Brooke Wilson, Mark Richt, Don Corzine, Kyle Bellamy, Craig Kuligowski, Mike Rumph, Victor Ishmael, Gus Felder, Joel Rodriguez, Jonthan Patke, Brandon Lumis. Photo courtesy of UM Athletics

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SWAG OVER luck Notre Dame learns that you can't spell undefeated without the U

DOWN YOU GO Deejay Dallas (13) tackles a Duke wide receiver. Deejay totaled 12 carries for 53 yards. Photo by JC Ridley

By Zach Silberberg

"I could have woken up Monday morning and lost my dad,"

junior quarterback Malik Rosier said. November 6, just two days after defeating Virginia Tech and a mere five before playing then-No. 3 Notre Dame, the biggest game of his college career, Rosier found out his father had a stroke. That Monday morning Rosier’s father, Eli, was admitted to a Tallahassee hospital after he lost all feeling on the left side of his body. Malik had just seen his father after the Virginia Tech game and said he felt fine. "It's one of those things that really changes how you look at life," Malik said. "My life was 8-0 as a quarterback, everything was going fine, and then you get that news and you realize [all that] means so much, but it's not everything. You have to take account of the people that are in your life and don't take them for granted.” Malik, not wanting to add any worries to his coaching staff, didn’t “burden them” with his problems as well. It wasn’t until his mother, Dana Hudson, got in contact with them and told them that they knew of the situation. Eli Rosier continued to tell his son throughout the week that he was alright and to focus on football, but Malik admitted to being “out of sorts” and not being able to concentrate in preparation for Notre Dame. At 8 p.m. on Nov. 11, facing the No. 3 team in the nation in front of a nationally-televised audience and a sold-out crowd and knowing his father was in the hospital, Malik Rosier led his team not only to a victory, but a rout versus Notre Dame, 41-8. Malik completed 15 of 24 passes for 134 yards with one touchdown and ran for 44 more yards, including a 16-yard rushing touchdown to put the ‘Canes up 14-0 in the first quarter. “As much as I was playing for my dad, I was also playing for the guys who strapped up and put the pads on with me," Rosier said. "Those are the guys that I grind with every day, and my dad knew that I was going to do the best that I could.” A victory over Notre Dame vaulted the ‘Canes to No. 3 in the College Football Playoff rankings and quieted many who doubted their legitimacy. None of which were more important than Malik knowing his father was going to be ok. After calling his father after the victory Malik said, "it was just nice to hear his voice.”

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TOUCHDOWN HERO KC McDermott (52) lifts Deejay Dallas (13) after rushing for one of the first touchdowns in his career. Photo by JC Ridley


IT'S GO TIME The 'Canes run out in smoke at the beginning of the game, a tradition enjoyed by many fans. Photo by JC Ridley

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last chance FOR THE

CHAMPIONS

In their first shot at the title since joining the conference, the 'Canes fall to the Clemson Tigers 38-3 in the ACC championship By Alize Ramirez-Canas

Going into the ACC Championship, the Hurricanes were 10-1 with their first lost of the season coming from the away game against the Pittsburgh Panthers with a final score of 14-24. Even though spirits were low after the loss, the ‘Canes focused on one thing: beating the No. 1 Clemson Tigers. This was a big game for Miami. Not only would the results of the game decide College Football Playoff eligibility between the two teams, but it was Miami’s first appearance in the ACC Championship since joining the conference. However, the Tigers showed they had something to prove by entering the game with a 10-play, 68-yard scoring drive that ended in a four-yard touchdown run by Travis Etienne. Only five minutes into the game and the Tigers were up 7-0. Miami had a moment of hope when Trent Harris recovered a fumble by Clemson’s Ray-Ray McCloud, giving him the turnover

LIKE THE WIND With the ball tucked to his chest, running back Travis Homer (24) races towards the end zone. Photo courtesy Hurricanes Athletics

chain for the first time this season. However, the ‘Canes could not enter the red zone and senior kicker Michael Badgley’s 46-yard field goal attempt missed. By the third quarter the Tigers were in the lead 24-0. Unfortunately, it was not in the cards for the ‘Canes. Going into the game, they were without their best running back, receiver and tight end. Despite totaling 104 yards, it was not enough to pull ahead of Clemson. With a final score of 38-3, the loss showed there is still work to do. However, looking at the regular season as whole, it is arguably the best season Miami has had in a while.

LAST GAME Between plays, running back Travis Homer (24) prepares for the start of the next down. Photo courtesy Hurricanes Athletics

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SPORTS | football

CAN'T CATCH ME After a pass from quarterback Malik Rosier, freshman Deejay Dallas (13) rushes for a team-high of 44 yards. Photo courtesy Hurricanes Athletics


HUNGRY TO SCORE Clemson's quarterback Kelly Bryant is caught admidst a group of Hurricane players as they struggle for posession of the ball. Photo courtesy Hurricanes Athletics

BIRD'S-EYE VIEW The stadium in Charlotte was home to the ACC Championship and filled with orange clad fans from both sides. The stadium holds 75,412 seats, and UM sold all of their tickets. Photo courtesy Hurricanes Athletics

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10-3-0

7-1-0 ACC

RANKED NO. 2 OF 14 ACC DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

9/2

VS. BETHUNE-COOKMAN

W, 41-13

9/9

AT ARKANSAS STATE

CANCELED

9/23

VS. TOLEDO

W, 52-30

9/29

AT DUKE*

W, 31-6

10/7

AT FLORIDA STATE*

W, 24-20

10/14

VS. GEORGIA TECH*

W, 25-24

10/21

VS. SYRACUSE*

W, 27-19

10/28

AT NORTH CAROLINA*

W, 24-19

11/4

VS. VIRGINIA TECH*

W, 28-10

11/11

VS. NOTRE DAME

W, 41-8

11/18

VS. VIRGINIA*

W, 44-28

11/24

AT PITTSBURGH*

L, 14-24

12/2

VS. CLEMSON**

L, 3-38

12/30

VS. WISCONSIN***

L, 24-34

*denotes conference game **denotes NCAA or ACC tournament ***denotes bowl game

STAY FOCUSED Posed to throw, starting quarterback Malik Rosier (12) has his eyes on the prize as the Hurricanes battle for the bowl win. Photo courtesy Hurricanes Athletics

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SPORTS | football


SURROUNDED BY THE ENEMY Running back Travis Homer (24) protects the ball as Wisconsin players begin to surround him. Homer made the first touchdown of the game with a five-yard run. Photo courtesy Hurricanes Athletics

REACHING FOR THE WIN Defensive lineman Trent Harris (33) stretches toward the Wisconsin quarterback for possession of the ball. Photo courtesy Hurricanes Athletics

THE 'CANES are

RENOWNED PATCH The black jerseys were adorned with a special Orange Bowl patch for the game. Photo

BACK in town

courtesy Hurricanes Athletics

The 'Canes return to their home turf against Wisconsin for the Capital One Orange Bowl in their first appearance in the bowl since 2004

for the first time in

14 YEARS

Hurricanes

the

had a perfect regular season at home 7-0

By Alize Ramirez-Canas

going back and forth throughout the

"You know, I take as much responsibility

better than a home football game, so

It can be argued that there is nothing

game. The Hurricanes totaled 377 yards of

as anybody. Actually more because I'm

when it was announced that the ‘Canes

offense, including 174 rushing yards. This

in charge of everything. I didn't coach

would be back at home for the Capital

was impressive against the Badgers, who

good enough, and we will get better, I can

One Orange Bowl, old time fans were

had allowed 150 rushing yards or fewer

promise you now."

brought back to the glory days. This was

in 12 of their 14 games this season. Miami

Miami’s first big bowl game in years and

also held Wisconsin to just 142 rushing

the Orange Bowl, but their first one since

it would be in front of a sold out crowd in

yards after the Badgers averaged 229

2004. Although the end of the season

Hard Rock Stadium.

rushing yards per game this season.

was filled with loss, their 10-game winning

It was the battle of two great

However, it wasn’t enough to get pat

This was Miami’s 10th appearance in

steak cannot be ignored. The perfect

defenses, No. 10 Miami against No. 6

Wisconsin quarterback Alex Hornibrook

regular season at home was their first

Wisconsin. Both teams played their best,

and the game ended with a final score of

since 2003. Going into next season, every

but it was the Wisconsin Badgers that

34-24.

fan will say the same thing: the ‘Canes are

would take the win at the end. It wasn’t without a fight, however, with the ball

"Obviously very disappointing loss,"

back.

said Mark Richt, Miami’s head coach.

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try

TAGGING this TRIO The cross country team ended their season at the NCAA South Regional competition By Izabella Felpeto

After a steady season, seniors Nathan Kuck, Sean Grossman, and freshman Maryam Jawid were among the three that finished in the top 50 at the NCAA South Regional at Pritchett Running Park in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. "For the men to close out the season 16th overall, it shows how much of an impact that these seniors have made," said distance coach Damon Griffiths. Kuck ranked seventh in UM history and finished in 29th place in the men’s 10K, with a time of 31:54. He also set multiple personal bests, broke the school record for the men’s 8K and earned two victories in the FAU invitational and USF invitational. Grossman finished in 43rd place with a time of 32:13.9. This was his third NCAA South Regional meet as a Hurricane; he finished his career on UM’S all-time list in the 8K and sixth in the 10K race. Maryam Jawid, who currently ranks sixth in UM history for the women’s 5K, ened the season in 50th place for the women’s 6K in her first NCAA South Regional meet.

ALL OR NOTHING Junior Carla Rodriguez gives it her all to help the women's team finish 15th in the ACC Championship. Photo by JC Ridley

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SPORTS | cross country


Men's XC

RUN 'CANES RUN Freshman Jacob Triarsi and senior Nathan Kuck run their best in the ACC XC Championships. Kuck finished in the top 30 with a personal recordbreaking time of 24:09.2 Photo by JC Ridley

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY

13th

in the ACC Championship

DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

9/1

FAU INVITATIONAL

1st

9/23

MOUNTAIN DEW INVITATIONAL

6th

9/30

GREATER LOUISVILLE CLASSIC

134th

10/13

USF INVITATIONAL

2nd

10/27

ACC CROSS COUNTRY

15th

CHAMPIONSHIPS 11/10

NCAA SOUTH REGIONAL

23rd

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

9/1

FAU INVITATIONAL

2nd

9/23

MOUNTAIN DEW INVITATIONAL

11th

9/30

GREATER LOUISVILLE CLASSIC

72nd

10/13

USF INVITATIONAL

1st

10/27

ACC CROSS COUNTRY

13th

CHAMPIONSHIPS 11/10

NCAA SOUTH REGIONAL

16th

CAN'T STOP At the ACC Champions, sophomore Matthew Wiefels keeps a steady pace and helps his team finish in 13th, a program record. Photo by JC Ridley

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SERVE

UP

After a streak of wins, the women's volleyball team ends their season in Gainesville with 22 wins in their pocket By Izabella Felpeto

On high from their seven game winning streak defeating Boston College (3-2), Syracuse (3-1), University of Virginia (32), Virginia Tech (3-0), Georgia Tech (3-2), Clemson (3-1), and College of Charleston (3-1), the ‘Canes fell to the chomp of the Gators in Gainesville. The 'Canes closed out the campaign with a .786 winning percentage, their highest since 2012. Although the loss ended Miami’s second streak of seven or more wins, head coach Jose Gandara was proud of the girls for a great season. "It is always tough to end the year on a loss, but this group has been unbelievable," Gandara said. "I am so proud of them, not just for tonight. The last three weeks of this season were the best for us as a team. These kids just always want to improve and learn with weeks and days left in the season. The team (22-6) rebounded from a tough first-set loss to go into the intermission on level terms. They were a point away from forcing extra points in the fourth set, but the second-seeded Gators (27-1) closed out the match at 25-14, 19-25, 25-11, 25-23. Senior outside hitter Olga Strantzali and senior libero Sylvia Hernandez capped off their Miami careers with team-high 20 kills and 15 digs, respectively. Strantzali earned 499 kills in the last season, leading the ACC with 4.56 kills per set and was named ACC player of the year. "I'm happy for this honor because I worked really hard to get here and it's great to see that people recognize it," Strantzali said. "My team was supporting me throughout the entire year and they made my job easier without me having to worry about a lot of things. They were just great." Looking back on their run this season, Miami gave it their all, winning 22 games and only losing six.

SERVE IT UP At the start of the match, outside hitter Kolby Bird (14) serves the ball at the NCAA Championship game against Charleston. Bird had a total of two assists and the 'Canes won 3-1. Photo courtesy UM Athletics

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SPORTS | volleyball


FOR THE WIN Outside hitter Olga Strantzali (12), defensive specialists Sara Duque (1) and Sylvia Hernandez (2), outside hitter Kolby Bird (14) and setter Haley Templeton (5) celebrate their first postseason win against Charleston in the NCAA Championship. Photo courtesy UM Athletics

22-5-0

MIAMI GETS RECOGNIZED As volleyball season came to a close, news from the ACC reached Coral Gables recognizing two of its players. Senior outside hitter Olga Strantzali was named 2017 ACC Women’s Volleyball Player of the Year. The senior was named to the All-ACC First Team along with redshirt junior Haley Templeton. This was Templeton's first year recognized. With 4.56 points per set and 42 blocks, Strantzali earned ACC recognition for the third time after being named Women’s Volleyball Player of the Year. Strantzali also broke the school record for most points scored in a match with 33 against Louisville early in the season. Head coach Jose Gandara said the “two girls have a good understanding of our strengths and weaknesses and they value their teammates, and what their teammates do for the team. They know their load and their responsibilities.” By Madison George

CRUISIN' IN During the game against FSU, outside hitter and middle blocker Lucia Pampana (11) blocks the ball to keep the Seminoles from scoring. She made two blocks and seven kills throughout the game. Photo by JC Ridley

15-5-0 ACC

RANKED NO. 3 OF 15 ACC DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

8/25

VS. LITTLE ROCK

W, 1-3

8/25

AT SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI (USM)

W, 3-2

8/26

VS. NICHOLLS STATE UNIVERSITY

W, 3-0

9/1

VS. FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY

W, 3-2

9/2

VS. UCF

W, 3-0

9/2

AT FGCU

W, 3-0

9/8

VS. UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE

CANCELED

9/9

AT TEMPLE UNIVERSITY

CANCELED

9/15

VS. JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY

CANCELED

9/16

VS. AUBURN

CANCELED

9/16

VS. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA

CANCELED

9/22

VS. VIRGINIA TECH*

W, 3-1

9/24

VS. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA*

W, 3-2

9/29

AT NOTRE DAME*

W, 3-1

10/1

AT UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE*

L, 0-3

10/4

AT FSU*

L, 0-3

10/8

VS. UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH*

L, 1-3

10/13

AT DUKE*

W, 3-2

10/15

AT WAKE FOREST*

W, 3-0

10/20

VS. UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE*

W, 3-1

10/22

VS. NOTRE DAME*

L, 2-3

10/27

VS. NORTH CAROLINA STATE*

W, 3-0

10/29

VS. NORTH CAROLINA*

W, 3-0

11/1

VS. FSU*

W, 3-0

11/3

AT PITTSBURGH *

L, 1-3

11/9

VS. BOSTON COLLEGE*

W, 3-2

11/12

VS. SYRACUSE*

W, 3-1

11/17

AT UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA*

W, 3-2

11/19

AT VIRGINIA TECH*

W, 3-0

11/22

AT GEORGIA TECH*

W, 3-2

11/24

AT CLEMSON*

W, 3-2

11/30

VS. COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON**

W, 3-1

12/1

AT UF**

L, 1-3

*denotes conference game **denotes NCAA or ACC tournament

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'Canes

KICKBACK After a tough season, the women's soccer team end the season at No. 21 and look to the future By Izabella Felpeto

RANKED NO. 13 OF 14 ACC

5-11-0 1-9-0 ACC

DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

8/9

AT UCF

L, 0-3

8/14

VS. FLORIDA TECH

W, 7-0

8/18

VS. ST. FRANCIS

W, 6-0

8/20

AT FIU

W, 2-0

coach Mary-Frances Monroe said. "So, it's a sad day for them, but

8/25

AT MIAMI (OHIO)

W, 4-0

we're excited and happy about the four years that they put into

8/27

AT CINCINNATI

L, 0-1

the program."

9/1

AT YALE

L, 4-0

9/3

AT QUINNIPIAC

W, 0-1

sophomore forward Bayleigh Chaviers made a run and played

9/8

VS. COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

CANCELED

an excellent cross to Johnson, whose quality header was

9/10

VS. STETSON

CANCELED

impressively saved by senior goalkeeper Lindsay Preston.

9/21

AT VIRGINIA*

L, 0-1

9/24

AT LOUISVILLE*

L, 0-1

9/29

VS. CLEMSON*

L, 0-1

10/5

VS. NORTH CAROLINA*

L, 0-3

10/8

VS. BOSTON COLLEGE*

L, 1-3

10/11

AT SYRACUSE*

L, 0-1

10/15

AT DUKE*

L, 0-3

10/19

VS. PITTSBURGH*

W, 3-0

10/22

VS. NOTRE DAME*

L, 1-2

10/26

AT WAKE FOREST*

L, 0-3

The nationally ranked Demon Deacons dominated the second half of the final game, scoring goals, and putting the women's soccer team further from the “W.” "It's sad when it comes down to the game where you seniors know this is the last game of their college careers," Miami head

Miami nearly got on the board in the 62nd minute when

"I am very excited about our future," Monroe said. "We have some younger players who stepped up big-time, playing different roles, playing different positions, that I know that we can build on and work on for the next few years. I believe next year that we're going to be in a place where we're going to be really successful." Needless to say, these 'Canes always bring their best foot forward on the field. Despite the loss, the team continues to bounce back and fight harder for the coming seasons.

*denotes conference game

KICK BACK In an effort to keep the ball in bounds, forward Tia Dupont (23) dribbles it back into the field. Photo by JC Ridley

HUDDLE UP The team gathers together for parting words before they head out on the field to play Notre Dame. Photo by JC Ridley

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SPORTS | soccer


PERSONAL SPACE Against Notre Dame's midfielder, forward Ronnie Johnson (4) concentrates on keeping the ball in play for the Hurricanes. Photo by JC Ridley

FRONT ROW: Hanna Droh, Madison Louk, Morgan Asmussen, Ainsly Woflinbarger, Kristina Fisher, Dejah Cason; SECOND ROW: Danielle Savage, Natalie White, Dalanda Ouendeno, Rachel Sorkenn, Camie Kelton, Lexi Castellano, Bayleigh Chaviers, Niccola Venezia, Tati Pardo; BACK ROW: Lauren Markwith, Tia Dupont, Jamie Brunworth, Hannah Marwede, Charlsey Zyne, Phallon Tullis-Joyce, Molly Lynch, Maisie Baker, Ronnie Johnson, Michelle Giamportone, Grace Rapp. Photo courtesy of

DETERMINED TO DEFEND Defender Danielle Savage (14) chases the ball down the field during the Notre Dame game. Savage saw a total of 198 minutes of action throughout the season. Photo by JC Ridley

UM Athletics

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TORPEDO Hosting their First Chance Meet at the Coral Gables campus, the team competed against Florida Gulf Coast University and took first place standings in all the races. Photo by JC Ridley

ARCHING FOR FORM Senior diver Briadam Herrera has sharpened his diving form over the years since he started diving before college. Photo courtesty UM Athletics

TESTING

NEW WATERS

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SPORTS | swim & dive

New faces on the team made a mark and helped lead the swimming and diving team to NCAA titles By Madison George

The Hurricanes made a splash by taking home NCAA titles and finishing off the last day of the ACC Swimming & Diving Championships with a bang. Taking their talents to Greensboro, North Carolina, freshman Zach Cooper and redshirt sophomore David Dinsmore took charge of the platform, having the top two finishes. NCAA national champion, Dinsmore finished with 500.10 points and Cooper with 429.50 points. “It’s always an amazing experience representing the University of Miami,” said Dinsmore. Freshman Annie Kyriakidis set a school record finishing the 200-yard breaststroke in 2:12.01, taking seventh in the “A” final of a signature event. Kyriakidis became the first freshman since 2013 to qualify for the “A” final of an event in a conference championship. Redshirt freshman Alicia Blagg took home a gold medal after winning the 3-meter spring broad and senior Wally Layland took home a silver medal coming in second. “There was a lot that we accomplished and I think a lot that we will accomplish in the future. I think this really set us up for that,” said head coach Andy Kershaw.


NEW SPRING ADDITION This Spring, head swimming coach Andy Kershaw announced the addition of Karolina Hajkova to the team. Hajkova is from Bratislavia, Slovakia and was a part of the Slovakia National Team. The team also competed at the 2017 World Championships. Since 2013, Hajkova has been a part of Slovakia’s Short Course European Championship, finishing in 15th place in the 50-meter backstroke in 2016 at the European Long Course Championships. "We have talked a lot about what it means to be a Hurricane and to practice and compete with a teamfirst, person-second attitude. I think she will make those around her better just as they will make her better,” said Kershaw. Hajkova even holds the Slovakian national record for the 200-meter backstroke. "With backstroke already being one of our deeper events, I can't wait to see what all of that means for her future," said Andy Kershaw. By Madison George

RECORD BREAKING Spring transfer, freshman Karolina Hajkova broke her own UM school record in the 100-yard backstroke. Photo courtesty UM Athletics

LET'S GET IT STARTED At the start of the race, participants leap ahead as they compete against others at a meet. Photo by JC Ridley

LIKE A BUTTERFLY Competing in the most challenging of strokes, senior Jessica Hurley competes for the win with the butterfly stroke. Photo by JC Ridley

RANKED NO. 11 OF 12 ACC DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

9/22

ALL-FLORIDA INVITE

3rd place

9/30

AT FIU

L, 115.5-164.5

10/14

SMU CLASSIC

5th place

10/27

AT PITTSBURGH

---*

11/3

VS. PRINCETON & NOVA SOUTHEASTERN

---*

11/16

TEXAS DIVING INVITE

---*

12/1

BIG AL OPEN

---*

1/12

AT FSU

---*

1/18

VS. ALABAMA

---*

1/20

VS. FGCU

L, 120-180

2/10

UM FIRST CHANCE MEET

---*

2/14

ACC SWIM/DIVE CHAMPIONSHIPS

---*

*full results available at hurricanesports.com

ACC CELEBRATION With their ACC awards freshly won, freshman Zach Cooper and sophomore David Dinsmore pose with head coach Randy Ableman. Photo courtesty UM Athletics

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SHOWING OFF Redshirt freshman Sam Waardenburg (21) leaves Pitt in awe as he dunks over the entire defense. The final score was 67-53, Miami for the win. Photo by JC Ridley

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SPORTS | men's basketball

TRADING SNEAKERS FOR SUITS Senior Chris Stowell may be enjoying his last semester at the "U," but with graduation on the horizon Stowell may have something else on his mind: getting a full-time job. UM introduced a new program called Citi 'Canes, a program designed to prepare student athletes for post-grad life. Participants are paired with a mentor as they are introduced to the corporate world. Trying to keep up with the demand of being a full-time student can make it challenging when it comes time to start looking for a job. As Stowell continues to be a 'Cane on the court, he has accepted a position as an analyst in the Treasury and Trade department at Citi. Stowell describes it as “a huge weight lifted off of my shoulders.� He can now focus on finishing the semester off and helping his team have a successful season. By Madison George


NEW KID ON THE BLOCK

OTW The first freshman to receive an honorable mention from the ACC, guard Lonnie Walker IV (4) comes through full force towards the defense. Photo by JC Ridley

Before he came to Miami to join the Hurricanes, freshman Lonnie Walker IV had already racked up a lengthy list of accomplishments. Walker was named McDonald’s All-American of 2017, Jordan Brand Classic AllAmerican of 2017, and was ranked number 12 in ESPN’s Top 100. Walker led his high school team to its first state championship and was an all-time leading scorer. Averaging 18 points per game, Walker ended his high school career with a total of 1,828 points. The 6-foot-5-inch guard with a 6-foot-10-inch wingspan, chose to attend UM over Arizona, Kentucky, Villanova and Syracuse. Walker was one of the most sought out players Miami acquired in quite some time. Walker made his college debut as a Miami Hurricane during their season opener against Gardner-Webb University where he scored 10 points. By Madison George

KEEPERS COURT OF THE

The Men's Basketball team catches fire during the second half of their season opener and prepares to take on the NCAA championships

By Madison George

Ten points. Eleven rebounds. Ten assists. That was the stat line of sophomore guard Bruce Brown Jr. in the season opener against Gardner-Webb, a 77-45 victory, acquiring his second triple-double in his college career. Gardner-Webb scored the first seven points of the game until Miami made it onto the board four minutes into the game. Head Coach Jim Larrañaga said, “it was a little bit of a struggle in the first half getting any kind of rhythm offensively,” as the team only scored 27 points. During the second half, the team had a much better

HUDDLE UP The team huddles up after the game to celebrate their win. Miami went on to make the NCAA Tournament only to exit in the first round. Photo by JC Ridley

performance with an attentive defense, per coach Larrañaga. The team shot 63.6 percent during the last half of the game. Within the first minute and a half, Miami scored six points Miami and continued to dominate the court as their lead over GardnerWebb grew to 37 points. After a rocky start, the 'Canes did not allow Gardner-Webb to take the lead again. With the first game of the season in the books, junior Ebuka Izundu had the first double-double of his career while freshman Lonnie Walker IV made his college debut and scored 10 points. As the ‘Canes move forward in the season defeating FAMU, UNF, Princeton, and FSU, leading up to their loss against Duke, 83-75. The loss to the Blue Devils was the first of this season. Just a couple weeks later, Miami took another fall to rival FSU, ending in 109-94. The ‘Canes sent the game in to overtime allowing the Seminoles to score the first seven points. Continuing the season with three wins followed by three losses, Miami prepared for the madness that would be upon them in March in Brooklyn, New

ALMOST MADE IT Coming in close, freshman Chris Lykes shoots for the shot but is ultimately blocked. He went on to play in all 32 games, 10 of which as starter. Photo by JC Ridley

York.

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METHOD TO THE MADNESS From the sunny beaches of Miami to the snowy boroughs of New York, the Hurricanes started their ACC journey at Barclays Center in early March as they prepared to dive into the madness of the month courtesy of college basketball. With a No. 3 seed, Miami opened a play in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament taking on North Carolina, who holds the No. 6 seed. Falling to the defeat of the Tarheels, 82-65, the ‘Canes were then selected to play LoyolaChicago in Dallas, Texas. In the battle against the Ramblers, the ‘Canes took charge by out rebounding Loyola, shot 51%, and led for majority of the second half. It “was one big play after another, and it was a close contest throughout, and they made the last big play” said head coach Jim Larrañaga. With a minute left in the game, the ‘Canes were ahead by three until a game winning shot was made by Loyola with just .3

High hopes in Miami's tenth NCAA tournament appearance, but the game turns in Loyola's favor in the last .3 seconds By Madison George

seconds left on the clock. Commenting on losing one of Miami’s key players during the tournament “made it even more challenging to finish as high as we did in the ACC and make the Big Dance,” said Larrañaga. While the season may have ended earlier than expected, Miami completed the season with 22 wins and made its tenth NCAA Tournament appearance. This season also brought freshman Lonnie Walker, who scored the most points (12) scored during an NCAA Tournament game by a freshman. Senior Ja’Quan Newton finished his career with a whopping 1,145 points in 127 career games, coming in at 28th in program history. “I thought these guys did a great job this year… just to make it to the Big Dance I thought was a tremendous accomplishment,” said Larrañaga as he comments on the wrap of the 2017 season.

'CANES GOING PRO As one of nine schools with multiple selections in the 2018 NBA Draft, Miami had two 'Canes go pro. Freshman Lonnie Walker IV was selected with the 18th pick in the first round by the San Antonio Spurs, and sophomore Bruce Brown, Jr. was picked in the second round with the 42nd pick by the Detroit Pistons. This marks the third time that Miami has had two players selected in the same draft. Walker is the fifth player in program history to be selected in the first round. During his one season with Miami, he averaged 11.5 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game. Brown is the 22nd Miami player to be chosen in the NBA draft. In his two seasons here, he averaged 11.7 points, 6.2 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.4 steals per game. By Alize Ramirez-Canas

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SPORTS | men's basketball


JUMPMAN Senior guard Ja'Quan Newton (0) takes a jump shot, leaving the crowd and opposing team Virginia Tech in awe. With 308 career assists, Newton ranks 10th in Miami history. The Hurricanes took home the win with a final score of 69-68. Photo by JC Ridley

22-8-0

11-7-0 ACC

RANKED NO. 3 OF 15 ACC DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

11/10

VS. GARDNER-WEBB

W, 77-45

11/12

VS. NAVY

W, 89-55

11/16

VS. FLORIDA A&M

W, 90-59

11/22

VS. LA SALLE

W, 57-46

11/25

VS. NORTH FLORIDA

W, 86-65

11/29

AT MINNESOTA

W, 86-81

12/2

VS. PRINCETON

W, 80-52

12/5

VS. BOSTON UNIVERSITY

W, 69-54

12/16

AT GEORGE WASHINGTON

W, 59-50

12/22

AT HAWAII

W, 75-57

12/21

VS. NEW MEXICO STATE

L, 54-63

12/24

VS. MIDDLE TENNESSEE

W, 84-81

12/30

AT PITTSBURGH*

W, 67-53

1/3

AT GEORGIA TECH*

L, 54-64

1/7

VS. FLORIDA STATE*

W, 80-74

1/13

AT CLEMSON*

L, 63-72

1/15

VS. DUKE*

L, 75-83

1/21

AT NC STATE*

W, 86-81

1/24

VS. LOUISVILLE*

W, 78-75

1/27

AT FLORIDA STATE*

L, 94-103

1/31

VS. PITTSBURGH*

W, 69-57

2/3

AT VIRGINIA TECH*

W, 84-75

2/7

VS. WAKE FOREST*

W, 87-81

2/10

AT BOSTON COLLEGE*

L, 70-72

2/13

VS. VIRGINIA*

L, 50-59

2/17

VS. SYRACUSE*

L, 55-62

2/19

AT NOTRE DAME*

W, 77-74

2/24

VS. BOSTON COLLEGE*

W, 79-78

2/27

AT NORTH CAROLINA*

W, 91-88

3/3

VS. VIRGINIA TECH*

W, 69-68

3/8

VS. NORTH CAROLINA**

L, 65-82

3/15

VS. LOYOLA-CHICAGO**

L, 62-64

*denotes conference game **denotes NCAA or ACC tournament

FRONT ROW: Chris Lykes, Bruce Brown Jr., Chaisson Allen, Chris Caputo, Jim Larrañaga, Adam Fisher, Lamont Franklin, Ja'quan Newton, Dejan Vasiljevic, Mike Robinson; BACK ROW: Miles Wilson, Chris Stowell, Deng Gak, Dewan Huell, Rodney Miller Jr., Sam Waardenburg, Anthony Lawrence II, Ebuka Izundu, Lonnie Walker IV. Photo courtesy of UM Athletics

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UP MOVING

SLAMMING

After a strong season, the women’s basketball team makes their way to the ACC Tournament with high hopes By Alize Ramirez-Canas

The team ended their season on a high note, with a big win against Virginia Tech at the Watsco Center. The final score was 76-46 marking their 20th win of the season. At the beginning of the season, the Hurricanes started off with a bang, beating Nova with a score of 102-47. Two more wins followed with the ‘Canes beating FIU 77-69 and Vermont 73-49. Their first game with a fellow conference team was against No. 14 Duke at home. The sixth career double-double by Erykah Davenport helped the team lock in its second ranked win of the year and defeat Duke for third time in six seasons. The final score was 51-48. "A lot of the deal is who you play, where you play them and when you play them. We got a break in this one," said head coach Katie Meier. "We had Duke at home, they played Friday night and they traveled here. Both teams looked fatigued, but we just had a little bit extra, I think." At the end of the season, the ‘Canes were the No. 6 seed in the ACC Tournament and opened against No. 11 Wake Forest. They made their first four shots and held a 12-0 lead through the first four and a half minutes. Wake Forest outscored Miami for a moment, but they bounced back at entered intermission in the lead 37-29. Miami finished with a victorious 68-60. The high ended in the second round with a loss against No. 11 Florida State. The final score was 69-73, despite a season-hightrying and game-best 21 points by Emese Hof. "You're never happy after a loss, but I thought I saw another level to my team tonight and I've been kind of waiting on that," said Meier. “Everybody has their role and everybody does whatever's needed, but this is the first game—in that last five minutes—where I saw us play like we won't be denied.”

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SPORTS | women's basketball

GOING FOR THE DUNK Senior Erykah Davenport (30) jumps for the shot nearing dunk over the other team. Davenport played all but one game this semester as co-captain of the team. Photo by JC Ridley


MAKING MOVES Senior, Erykah Davenport along with 19 other power forwards in women’s NCAA Division were chosen to be on the Katrina McClain Award Watch List. The award was named after the 1987 National Player of the Year and two-time All-American, Katrina McClain. Hailing from Decatur, Georgia, Davenport led the Hurricanes with a 56.5 percent field goal percentage last season along with placing second in blocks and averaging 1.4 steals per game. The 6-foot, 2-inch forward also led her fellow Hurricanes to earn a road win streak and set new career highs during the game against Virginia Tech. Both free throws that she attempted were made, and she also had the second most points during her career with the Hurricanes. By Izabella Felpeto

PASS UP In the game against Virginia Tech, senior Erykah Davenport (30) scans the court to pass the ball quickly as her opponents approach. She was ranked second in steals for Miami this season. Photo by JC Ridley FRONT ROW: Mykea Gray, Khaila Prather, Laura Cornelius, Erykah Davenport, Shaneese Bailey, Keyanna Harris, Emese Hof, Neydja Petithomme; BACK ROW: Kelsey Marshall, Endia Banks, Taylor Mason, Serena-Lynn Geldof, Tia Jackson, Katie Meier, Octavia Blue, Fitzroy Anthony, Beatrice Mompremier, Sarah Mortensen, Rebecca Ripley. Photo courtesy UM Athletics

OUT OF MY WAY Shooting over the opposing player from North Carolina State, senior Keyanna Harris (0) forces them to fall back. Harris logged double-digit points in nine different games. Photo by JC Ridley

STARTING OUT Starting the season with determination to come out on top , freshman Endia Banks (3) finished as one of the four Hurricanes to play every game of the season. Photo by JC Ridley

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CAN'T STOP ME Senior Erykah Davenport (30) shoots over Florida State as they attempt to block her jump shot. Final score was 67-105, Florida State. Photo by JC Ridley

DOUBLE OR NOTHING Senior forward Keyanna Harris proves that hard work always pays off when she earned her first career double-double, totaling 13 points and 10 rebounds in a 80-70 victory against Maine. It was her 11th-career outing with double-digit points and shot 4-of-5 at the free throw line, making it a career best. As a junior, Harris played in all 33 games and started 27, including each of the final 12. She also averaged 4.8 points, 3.5 rebounds, 1.0 assist and 1.8 steals in 20.1 minutes per game. She is currently majoring in criminology, loves to dance, and admires former Miami All-American and current WNBA player Shenise Johnson as her favorite player. By Izabella Felpeto

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SPORTS | women's basketball

COMING THROUGH Senior Keyanna Harris (0) pushes her way through the other team making her way for the shot. Harris had a total of 18 starts this season, seven of which in the final seven games. Photo by JC Ridley


ENDING

SWISH

After a strong finish to the season, the women's basketball team makes an appearance in the first round of the NCAA Tournament

RANKED NO. 6 OF 15 ACC

21-9-0

10-6-0 ACC

DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

10/31

VS. NOVA SOUTHEASTERN

W, 102-47

11/10

VS. FIU

W, 77-69

way to the NCAA tournament after a successful season. This is

11/12

VS. VERMONT

W, 73-49

the first time in Miami history that the team makes the NCAA

11/18

AT COLORADO

L, 61-67

tournament for the fourth time in a row.

11/21

VS. NEW ORLEANS

W, 76-46

11/24

VS. MAINE

W, 80-70

11/26

VS. MARYLAND

L, 71-79

11/30

VS. MICHIGAN STATE

W, 67-57

12/3

VS. ST. JOHN'S

L, 64-74

12/10

VS. KENTUCKY

W, 65-54

12/15

VS. ALABAMA STATE

W, 79-31

postseason for the ninth straight year, tripling the program's top

12/18

VS. SACRAMENTO STATE

W, 82-56

prior mark set from 2002-2004.

12/20

VS. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

W, 75-65

The season also brought senior Senior Erykah Davenport,

12/28

VS. BETHUNE-COOKMAN

W, 85-39

freshmen Mykea Gray and Kelsey Marshall their own personal

12/31

VS. DUKE*

W, 51-48

victories as they were recognized by the ACC as the first Miami

1/4

AT NOTRE DAME*

L, 76-83

players to make the ACC All-American Freshmen team since the

1/7

VS. WAKE FOREST*

L, 50-61

2013-14 season.

1/11

AT FLORIDA STATE*

L, 67-105

1/14

AT CLEMSON*

W, 72-60

1/18

VS. SYRACUSE*

W, 72-67

1/21

AT BOSTON COLLEGE*

W, 65-43

1/25

VS. LOUISVILLE*

L, 74-84

1/28

AT VIRGINIA TECH*

W, 82-78

2/4

AT NORTH CAROLINA*

W, 92-72

2/8

VS. NC STATE*

W, 52-48

Bobcats, but fell short and lost 72-86. Despite the loss, the

2/11

VS. FLORIDA STATE*

L, 71-91

'Canes are looking ahead to the next seaon.

2/15

VS. PITTSBURGH*

W, 82-58

2/18

AT VIRGINIA*

W, 77-62

2/22

AT GEORGIA TECH*

L, 51-70

2/25

VS. VIRGINIA TECH*

W, 76-46

3/1

VS. WAKE FOREST**

W, 68-60

3/2

VS. FLORIDA STATE**

L, 69-73

3/17

VS. QUINNIPIAC**

L, 72-86

By Izabella Felpeto & Jorge Chabo

The Hurricanes set the tone once again by making their

The team had many victorious moments including defeating NC state for the 10th time in 11 meetings and taking the lead in the all-time series for the first time. The ‘Canes also won all but one of the ACC games for the first time since 2012 when they won 13 straight games. This season even brought head coach Katie Meier her 250th win of her 13-year career when Miami took on Virginia, final score 77- 62. Meier has now led Miami to the

“I'm so proud of Erykah. It's a testament to her work ethic and humility," said Meier. Gray received the All-Freshmen distinction from both as well. Marshall was recognized by the Blue Ribbon Panel. “They are so dangerous and talented. Their roster has so many scorers on it. I think my team is special in the fact that nobody is aware of their own stats,” said Meier. Miami opened the NCAA tournament against the Quinnipac

*denotes conference game **denotes NCAA or ACC tournament

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FINISHING BLOW To cut off his opponent, freshman Adria Soriano Barrera makes an overhead shot. In the NCAA Doubles Championship, Barrera and senior Christian Langmo took home the program's first victory since 2008. Photo by JC Ridley

dynamic

DUO A freshman and senior doubles pair achieves impressive placements in tournaments that the team has not seen in years

By Jorge Chabo

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SPORTS | men's tennis

Finishing at No. 42 in the nation, the men’s tennis team completed their most wins since 2011 and achieved their first NCAA Team Championship victory in eight years. This memorable season had the ‘Canes peak at No. 39 after their win against then No. 22 Duke. After the team finished off their season, the games did not end as senior Christian Langmo and freshman Adrian Soriano Barrera continued to compete at the NCAA Doubles Championship in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The dynamic duo did not disappoint as they brought in the first placement in the top-four final of the ITA Southeast Region rankings, coming in fourth. The ‘Canes hadn’t reached a spot this high since 2013, with the duo reaching the highest mark ever since a pair had placed fifth in 2010. Bringing a stellar end to the season, Langmo concluded his final collegiate campaign with 16-8 record in dual match play, tallying an impressive 11-6 ledger at the top position.


Tatsuki Shimamoto, Bojan Jankulovski, Nile Clark, Christian Langmo, Niclas Genovese, Adria Soriano Barrera, Dane Dunlap, Pablo Aycart Joya. Photo by JC Ridley

14-12-0 4-8-0 ACC

RANKED NO. 10 OF 13 ACC

CAN'T GET PAST ME In a match against North Carolina, freshman Tatsuki Shimamoto blocks the ball with a backhand shot. His first singles victory in the spring was against Georgia Southern's Carlos Garcia. He finished 4-6, 7-5 and 10-6, positioned No. 6. Photo by JC Ridley

QUICK COMEBACK A forehand shot comes to the rescue for redshirt sophomore Dane Dunlap. Dunlap and his doubles partner, Bojan Jankulovski finished the season with a victory over North Florida in the first round of the NCAA Team Championship. Photo by JC Ridley

DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

1/19

AT TULANE

L, 1-6

1/19

VS. NEW ORLEANS

W, 4-0

1/21

AT MISSISSIPPI STATE

L, 2-5

2/2

VS. GEORGIA SOUTHERN

W, 7-0

2/4

AT OWA

W, 5-2

2/11

VS. FAU

W, 4-2

2/11

VS. BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY

W, 7-0

2/23

VS. COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

W, 7-0

3/2

AT GEORGIA TECH*

L, 3-4

3/4

AT CLEMSON*

L, 3-4

3/9

VS. FSU*

L, 0-4

3/11

VS. THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY

W, 5-0

3/11

AT CLEVELAND STATE

W, 7-0

3/18

AT UCF

L, 3-4

3/23

AT WAKE FOREST*

L, 3-4

3/25

VS. NORTH CAROLINA STATE*

W, 4-3

3/30

VS. SOUTHERN ALABAMA

W, 4-1

4/1

AT LOUISVILLE*

W, 4-1

4/6

AT VIRGINIA

W, 4-3

4/8

AT VIRGINIA TECH

L, 0-7

4/13

AT NOTRE DAME

L, 2-5

4/15

AT BOSTON COLLEGE

L, 3-4

4/20

VS. DUKE

W, 4-3

4/22

VS. NORTH CAROLINA

L, 0-4

4/22

VS. DAYTON

W, 4-0

4/26

VS. NORTH CAROLINA STATE**

L, 1-2

5/12

VS. NORTH FLORIDA**

W, 4-0

5/13

AT UF**

L, 0-4

5/24

VS. NCAA DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP**

W, 7-5, 6-3

5/25

VS. NCAA DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP**

L, 6-7, 6-7

*denotes ACC Championships **denotes NCAA Championship

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such great

HEIGHTS The bar is set high as women’s tennis proves their game by rounding up a fleet of awards after an impressive run

By Jorge Chabo

Miami asserted its reputation to the top as the women’s tennis team finished their impressive season with three of its members being named to the All-ACC Academic Team. Senior Sinead Lohan, sophomore Estela Perez-Somarriba and junior Ana Madcur made Miami one of the six teams with at least three honorees. These accolades logged Miami with a total of 42 All-ACC Academic Team recognitions over the past 13 years, with multiple players on each list in each year. This is the third distinction for Lohan, who is one of just four players on the list to make the cut at least two prior times. PerezSomarriba is on the team for the second time, making the Hurricanes one of four schools with two-plus multiple-time selections. If that isn’t enough, PerezSomarriba also finished first in the ITA Southeast Region, making her the first in all of UM women’s tennis nine years to conclude a season at the top spot in singles ranking.

Coach Paige Yaroshuk-Tews, Sinead Lohan, Maci Epstein, Ana Madcur, Estela Perez-Somarriba, Sebastian the Ibis, Pamela Richter, Sofia Sewing, Sharon Danquah, Ulyana Shirokova, Silvia Fuentes, Dominika Paterova, Daniella Roldan. Photo by JC Ridley

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SPORTS | women's tennis


DOUBLE TROUBLE Sophomore Sara Culbertson and freshman Pamela Richter exchange a high five as they continue to dominate on the court, ultimately ranking at no. 4 in the ACC. Photo by JC Ridley

15-6-0

10-3-0 ACC

RANKED NO. 4 OF 15 ACC DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

1/27

VS. UC SANTA BARBARA

W, 4-0

1/28

AT AUBURN

L, 2-4

2/10

VS. FLORIDA GULF COAST UNIVERSITY

W, 6-1

2/17

AT OKLAHOMA STATE

L, 2-4

2/18

AT BAYLOR

L, 3-4

2/24

VS. GEORGIA STATE

W, 4-0

3/2

VS. PITTSBURGH*

W, 4-0

3/2

VS. FLORIDA ATLANTIC

---

3/4

AT CLEMSON*

W, 4-3

3/9

VS. LONGWOOD

W, 4-0

3/9

VS. FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY*

W, 5-2

3/14

AT GEORGIA TECH*

W, 4-3

3/16

VS. NORTH CAROLINA*

L, 3-4

3/18

VS. NC STATE*

W, 5-2

3/23

AT VIRGINIA*

L, 2-5

3/25

AT DUKE*

L, 1-6

3/31

AT WAKE FOREST*

W, 4-3

4/6

VS. BOSTON COLLEGE*

W, 6-1

4/8

VS. SYRACUSE*

W, 7-0

4/15

VS. VIRGINIA TECH*

W, 4-0

4/20

AT LOUISVILLE*

W, 5-2

4/22

AT NOTRE DAME*

W, 6-1

4/27

VS. VIRGINIA TECH**

W, 5-1

4/28

VS. DUKE**

L, 1-4

5/11

VS. LIU BROOKLYN***

W, 4-0

5/12

VS. UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA***

W, 4-3

5/17

AT VANDERBILT***

L, 0-4

*denotes conference match **denotes ACC Championship ***denotes NCAA Team Championship

FITTING RIGHT IN Junior Sharon Danquah readies for her next swing, surveying the competition. A transfer, she had her first victory as a 'Cane versus Ohio State. Photo by JC Ridley

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an

ALL-STAR crew With a slew of accolades, the rowing team completes their season at 8th in the ACC By Jorge Chabo

The ‘Canes came out on top as six members of the rowing team were named to the 2018 All-ACC Academic Team. Alexa Aguilar, Rebecca Camplin, Kathleen Hanson, Emily Kean, Taegan Lynch and Jane Moore were selected based off their athletic and academic achievements. Among the group, freshman Rebecca Camplin picked up the first All-ACC Academic award of her career; she had a stellar freshman campaign that ended with an ACC Championship as she helped the Varsity Eight win the Petite Final. Kathleen Hanson, another freshman receiving her first All-ACC award adds to a list of awards that just keeps on growing. All the way from Australia, she too helped Miami’s Varsity Eight win the Petite Final. As if that wasn’t enough, seven Miami rowers also earned awards from the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA). Kathleen Hanson was selected to the 2018 Division I All-Conference Teams, while Alexa Aguilar, Halle Alitz, Bridget Boland, Taegan Lynch, Jane Moore and Lily Wittle were named 2018 National Scholar-Athlete award recipients. The Miami Crew outperformed for their 2018 season and proved that the ‘Canes always come out ahead.

166

SPORTS | rowing

SHELLS AHEAD The team pushes onward as the coxswain steers them towards the finish line. Photo by JC Ridley


FINISHED 8th IN THE ACC DATE

INVITATIONAL

RESULT

10/15

HEAD OF THE INDIAN CREEK

V4+ 1st Place A Boat

11/12

RIVANA ROMP

Novice 8 3rd Place 1V 10th Place 1V 12th Place

3/17

CARDINAL INVITATIONAL

1V8+ 4th Place 1V4+ 4th Place 3V8+ 4th Place 2V4+ 4th Place

4/6

SUNSHINE STATE INVITATIONAL

1V8+ 3rd Place 2V8+ 5th Place 1V4+ 5th Place 2V4+ 2nd Place

4/14

KNECHT CUP

2V8+ 3rd Place 1V8+ 1st Place 1V4+ 4th Place

4/28

LONGHORN INVITATIONAL

FRONT ROW: Kayonne Markes, Alexa Aguilar, Kristen Klein, Lily Wittle, Nicole Rotkovitz, Colleen Gillis, Shelly Sclater , Sophia Constantino, Ariannie Peña-Aleman, Victoria Stewart, Glorianna Perrotte; SECOND ROW: Cristina Salinas, Madeline Parente, Morgan Sherman, Tatiana Esparza, Alex Ware, Sadie Shireman, Katie Hahn, Kiara Davis, Dorothy Chan, Jordan Lewis, Taegan Lynch, Jane Moore; THIRD ROW: Tessa Rogari, Halle Alitz, Virginia Sideleva, Savannah Alario, Demetra Vlahos, Mackenzie Holmgren, Isabella Pesaresi, Sarah Gally, Chloe Tempest, Rebecca Camplin, Kathleen Hanson, Loretta Brueckner, Julia Giannotta; BACK ROW: Alexandra Novo, Emily Kean, Madison O'Reilly, Marilou Chardin, Elise Wiley, Bridget Boland, Tessa White-Parsons, Laura Alcorn, Julia Saltonstall, Katarzyna Pasternak, Katie Robinson. Photo courtesy of UM Athletics

1V8+ 4th Place 2V8+ 4th Place 3V8+ 4th Place 1V4+ 4th Place 2V4+ 3rd Place

5/13

ACC CHAMPIONSHIPS

1V8+ 1st Place 2V8+ 3rd Place 3V8+ 2nd Place 1V4+ 3rd Place 2V4+ 1st Place

READY UP Cleaning their equipment after each meet is one of the duties of the team members. Photo by JC Ridley

COMING THROUGH Freshmen rowers Julia Giannotta and Savannah Alario take the lead at the Cardinal Invitational as the crew carries their shell to the race. Giannotta went on to place second in the 3V8+ Petite final at the ACC championships with her crew. Photo by JC Ridley

POWER 10 The "B" boat pulls their power 10 as rowers Katie Robinson, Mackenzie Holmgren, Jane Moore and Fiona Aronson visualize the finish at the Head of the Indian Creek invitational. Photo by JC Ridley

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AHEAD WITH CLASS Only a few blocks away from campus at the iconic Biltmore Hotel, freshman Serena Hou drives the ball across the green during the Hurricane Invitational where the team finished in first place. Photo by JC Ridley

168

SPORTS | golf

6TH PLACE ACC CHAMPIONSHIPS DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

9/25

SCHOONER FALL CLASSIC

10th, 863

10/3

ANNIKA INTERCOLLEGIATE

8th, 889

10/10

BETSY RAWLS INVITATIONAL

8th, 903

1/29

FLORIDA CHALLENGE

1st, 582

2/6

UCF CHALLENGE

1st, 868

2/20

ALLSTATE SUGAR BOWL

9th, 899

3/7

HURRICANE INVITATIONAL

1st, 866

4/7

BRYAN NATIONAL COLLEGIATE

10th, 917

4/23

ACC CHAMPIONSHIPS

6th, 893

5/9

NCAA AUSTIN REGIONAL

15th, 910


ACING SEASON The all-star cast of the golf team leads in the rankings both on and off the field as they drive toward success By Jorge Chabo

With a range of awards across the board, the golf team ended their season. Three individuals, junior Dewi Weber, sophomore Renate Grimstad and freshman Kristyna Frydlova, were chosen to the 2018 Atlantic Coast Conference All-Academic Team. Furthermore, Weber, one of Miami’s best, was selected as an All-American by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association for the third year in a row. Weber finished with a 72.03 stroke average this season, which was the second-lowest single-season stroke average in program history – second only to her program-record mark of 71.94 from her sophomore season. In addition to their achievements on the field, the team proved to be successful in the classroom as well, giving honor to the title of student-athlete. Women’s Golf was among the three teams chosen out of Miami to be honored by the NCAA with Public Recognition Award for outstanding academic performance. Although the 2018 season as a whole was tough one for women’s golf, head coach Patti Rizzo is hopeful for the upcoming season. “It was a long year and a decent season, not as good as I would have hoped for, but I'm looking forward to next fall. The next couple of years look very promising. We have some talented recruits coming in, and we are very excited about our future," Rizzo

DRIVING TALENT Freshman Serena Hou looks ahead of her swing as she sets the tone for her athletic career. She finished her year tied for 59th in the ACC Championships, and the team finished 6th. Photo by JC Ridley

said in an interview with hurricane sports.

MARK THE SHOT Freshman Kristyna Frydlova focuses on the wining shot. At the UCF Challenge, she tied for 12th place. Photo by JC Ridley

John Koskinen, Serena Hou, Renate Grimstad, Roos Haarman, Kristyna Frydlova, Macarena Aguilera, Dewi Weber, Patti Rizzo. Photo by JC Ridley

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PERFECT FORM Junior Andreas Christodoulou secures the high jump by perfecting their arch over the top, bring them up the ranks. Photo by JC Ridley

ACC OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP MEN'S TOP MARKS

FINISHED 9th IN THE ACC

EVENT

LEADER

MARK

100m

MYLES VALENTINE

10.39

200m

MYLES VALENTINE

21.29

1500m

MATTHEW WIEFELS

4:06.03

5000m

ADAM GEORGE

15:30.67

10000m

SEAN GROSSMAN

30:21.53

110m Hurdles

LORENZO LINGARD

14.99

400m Hurdles

MCKINLY BROWN

50.78

4x400m Relay

MCKINLY BROWN, MYLES

40.07

VALENTINE, ISAIAH TAYLOR AND LORENZO LINGARD High Jump

TRISTAN SCHULTHEIS

2.02m

Triple Jump

HASANI KNIGHT

14.87m

Shot Put

GIAN RAGONESI

18.50m

Discus

GIAN RAGONESI

57.62m

WOMEN'S TOP MARKS

FINISHED 1st IN THE ACC

EVENT

LEADER

MARK

100m

KRISTINA KNOTT

11.65

200m

SYMONE MASON

23.01

400m

SYMONE MASON

51.53

1500m

ANNE DEN OTTER

4:40.62

5000m

ABIGAIL KETTLE

18:27.79

100m Hurdles

TIARA MCMINN

13.26

400m Hurdles

SAMANTHA GONZALEZ

56.77

4x100m Relay

KRISTINA KNOTT, ALFREDA

43.48

GONE WITH THE WIND In the 60m final, junior Isaiah Tyler speeds passed the competition leading the 'Canes with a fifth-place finish. Photo by JC Ridley

STEELE, SYMONE MASON AND TIARA MCMINN

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High Jump

MICHELLE ATHERLEY

1.74m

Triple Jump

NIARA HILL

12.81m

Long Jump

DARLENE CHARLES

5.42m

Shot Put

DEBBIE AJAGBE

16.22m

Discus

ZAKIYA RASHID

53.60m

SPORTS | track & field

STAIGHT SHOT Christodoulou pushes the high jump to the next level with stunning form over the top. Photo by JC Ridley


TOP PERFORMER Junior Michelle Atherley dominates the javelin throw, posting a season-best mark of 5.70m, finishing second at the Power 5 invitational Photo by JC Ridley

race

TO THE

FINISH LINE

After a marvelous season, the track team leads by example as their athletes are recognized By Jorge Chabo

It was a great season for the Hurricanes in outdoor track and field as their top athletes had impressive inaugural runs as newcomers to the squad. Closing out the season, the team had two athletes in action at Historic Hayward Field in the NCAA championship with junior Michelle Atherley in the women's heptathlon and freshman Debbie Ajagbe in the women's discus field. Ajabe ended Flight 1 in sixth place and finished 16th overall, wrapping up an impressive first season. She was also a second team All-ACC honoree in women’s hammer and qualified for the NCAA East preliminary in the shot put, discus and hammer. Artherly on the other hand won ACC titles in the heptathlon, high jump and women’s 4x400m relay while helping the team achieve the 2018 ACC Women’s Championship. Atherly went on to get First Team All-CC honors in all three events. With the team keeping their reputation for success, five members of the team were selected to the All-ACC Academic team for the 2018 outdoor track & field season. Debbie Ajagbe, Samantha Gonzalez, Kristina Knott and Anna Runia were named to the 2018 All-ACC Academic Women's Outdoor Track & Field Team, while Gian Piero Ragonesi was selected to the 2018 All-ACC Academic Men's Outdoor Track & Field Team. These exceptional student athletes declared their dominance and pride for the ‘Canes.

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BRIGHT future

AHEAD

While the ACC Championship came to a somber end, the future is bright with personal records broken and young talent stepping up

BIG JUMP NOW Junior Michelle Atherley leaps over the hurdle at the ACC Indoor Championship, nearly neck to neck with the other participants in the competition. Photo by JC Ridley

By Alize Ramirez-Canas

The end of the indoor season saw stand-out track stars and an invitation to

the ACC Championship. Seniors Michelle Atherley and Amy Taintor ended the season with the top two pentathlon scores in the ACC. Redshirt freshman Alfreda Steele wrapped up the regular season ranked second in the ACC in the 200m and sixth in the 60m, while true freshman Kayla Johnson finished seventh in the 400m and third in the 800m. The men’s team finished strong as well with Myles Valentine in fourth, Isaiah Taylor ranked eighth and Brandon Taylor in 13th in the 60m. At the ACC Championship, Atherley and Taintor finished in second and third respectively in the women’s pentathlon. The women’s team overall finished in sixth and the men’s finished in 12th. "I knew that this wasn't my meet after I didn't do what I wanted in the high jump," said Atherley, "but I didn't quit. It was about doing my best in my other events to get points for my team and that is what pushed me until the end.” While the ‘Canes didn’t take the win, many set personal records. Freshman Tiara McMinn finished third in the 60m hurdles with a time of 8.17 seconds. On the men’s side, senior Sean Grossman finished in 14th in the 3000m with a personal record breaking 8:20:35.

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HOLIDAY CHEER Anna Runia, Anne den Otter and Peyton Rusell spend the afternoon at the Boys and Girls Club in Miami to pass out early Christmas gifts to local children in need. Photo by JC Ridley


FRONT ROW: Michelle Atherley, Anna Runia, Erika Voyzey, Anne den Otter, Maryam Jawid, Alfreda Steele, Sherry Lubin, Kristina Knott; SECOND ROW: Carolyn Brown, Samantha Gonzalez, Tiara McMinn, Erin Ford, Brittny Ellis, Symone Mason, Isabella Gentil, Amuru Patterson, Kayla Johnson, Stefani Kerrison; THIRD ROW: Zakiya Rashid, Debbie Ajagbe, Peyton Russell, Niara Hill, Kyra Maryland, Celine Thompson, Darlene Charles, Trishelle Leacock, Amy Taintor; FOURTH ROW: Brandon Taylor, Hasani Knight, Tristan Schultheis, Myles Valentine, Isaiah Taylor, McKinly Brown, Ibrahim Dodo, Christopher Moore, Adam George, Andreas Christodoulou; BACK ROW: Matthew Wiefels, Breon Mullings, Jaalen Jones, Gian Piero Ragonesi, Michael Holdship, Kevin Arreaga, Nathan Kuck, Sean Grossman, Sean Hagert, Adam George. Photo by JC Ridley

ACC INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS MEN'S TOP MARKS

FINISHED 12th IN THE ACC

EVENT

LEADER

MARK

60m

MYLES VALENTINE

6.72

200m

IBRAHIM DODO

22.17

400m

MCKINLY BROWN

54.44

800m

KAYLA JOHNSON

48.20

3000m

SEAN GROSSMAN

8:20.35

1 Mile

SEAN HAGERT

4:26.38

5000m

NATHAN KUCK

14:23.45

4x400m Relay

MCKINLY BROWN, HENRI

3:11.35

DELAUZE, JAALEN JONES AND IBRAHIM DODO AWARDS GALORE Junior Michelle Atherley and Senior Amy Taintor celebrate their medals from the ACC Indoor Championship. Photo by JC Ridley

Triple Jump

HASANI KNIGHT

14.69m

Long Jump

HASANI KNIGHT

6.97m

Shot Put

GIAN RAGONESI

18.28m

Weight Throw

KEVIN ARREAGA

20.75m

WOMEN'S TOP MARKS

FINISHED 6th IN THE ACC

EVENT

LEADER

MARK

60m

ALFREDA STEELE

7.43

200m

ALFREDA STEELE

23.49

400m

ANNA RUNIA

54.44

800m

KAYLA JOHNSON

2:07.11

3000m

ANNE DEN OTTER

10:18.96

1 Mile

ANNE DEN OTTER

4:59.37

60m Hurdles

TIARA MCMINN

8.17

4x400m Relay

SYMONE MASON, MICHELLE

3:35.23

ATHERLEY, ANNA RUNIA AND KAYLA JOHNSON

HUDDLE UP Senior Amy Taintor competes at the women's heptathlon in Alumni invitational showcasing a 25.10m javelin throw. Photo by JC Ridley

High Jump

CELINE THOMPSON

1.72m

Triple Jump

NIARA HILL

12.54m

Long Jump

AMY TAINTOR

5.87m

Shot Put

DEBBIE AJAGBE

15.10m

Weight Throw

ZAKIYA RASHID

19.27m

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on the

HOT

With a record win streak to propel them to the end of the season, the baseball team finishes on a high note

By Jorge Chabo

Miami had a tough but exciting season as they rode an 11-win streak to the end, with the streak ending loss being the deciding factor. Their loss to the Clemson Tigers placed them just short of earning a bid for the 2018 NCAA tournament, ending the season at 28 wins – 26 losses. Although disappointing, it was a stellar season for young talent, giving hope for next year along with incoming players. Junior players were the highlight this season as Andrew Cabezas (35) took the mound for the ACC Baseball Championship opener, and Danny Reyes (2) serving as one of Miami’s top hitters despite missing half the season due to a thumb injury. Another top junior was Frankie Bartow (52), serving as one of Miami’s top arms for his third straight season. Serving as top players for the team as well as part of the older roster, they were essential to the ‘Canes securing the 11-game streak. As for the younger talent, Sophomore Evan McKendry (32) and Freshman Freddy Zamora (16) were among those recognized by the ACC for their outstanding seasons. These two are among the roster of great talent coming back in the next season with new head coach Gino DiMare. "I've been here a long time," DiMare said. "This is my 20th year as a coach here and now to be the head coach here, after playing for Coach Fraser and working with Coach Morris for so many years, it's a little strange. But, to tell you the truth, I'm very excited." DiMare will have a lot of work to do in the upcoming season but has the grounds to make it happen.

FRONT ROW: Tony Jenkins, Willy Escala, Michael Burns, Jeb Bargfeldt, Jeremy Cook, Isaac Quiñones, Tyler Paige, Andrew Cabezas, Gabe Rivera; SECOND ROW: Michael Perez, Chris McMahon, Michael Amditis, J.D. Arteaga, Jim Morris, Gino DiMare, Norberto Lopez, Robert McDaniel, Brian Gabriel; THIRD ROW: H.R. Powell, Kam Lane, Daniel Federman, Alex Ruiz, Daniel Epstein, Gregory Veliz, Romy Gonzalez, Danny Reyes, Joe Sparber, Raymond Gil, Freddy Zamora; BACK ROW: Alex Toral, Albert Maury Jr., Cooper Hammond, Frankie Bartow, Michael Mediavilla, Connor Allen, Daniel Rivero, Dylan Cloonan, Evan McKendry, Hunter Tackett. Photo courtesy Hurricanes Athletics

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CURVE BALL Left Handed Pitcher Jeb Bargfeldt (19) performs his pitch, setting the tone as Friday night starter. Photos by JC Ridley and photo illustration by Casey Lue

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28-26-0

16-13-0 ACC

RANKED NO. 6 OF 14 ACC

HUDDLE UP The 'Canes come together as they prepare to face off against the 2017 College World Series champions, the Florida Gators. Photo by JC Ridley

AND IT'S OUT OF HERE Freddy Zamora (16) hits a dinger agianst Florida in their third game of the series, securing their first win. Photo by JC Ridley

IT'S SAFE Cutting it close, Romy Gonzalez (10) secures the base to hold onto the lead. Final score was 7-6 with a Miami victory against Maine. Photo by JC Ridley

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DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

2/16

VS. RUTGERS

W, 7-1

2/17

VS. RUTGERS

W, 8-5

2/18

VS. RUTGERS

L, 5-7

2/21

VS. MISSOURI

L, 0-9

2/23

VS. FLORIDA

L, 3-7

2/24

VS. FLORIDA

L, 2-8

2/25

VS. FLORIDA

W, 2-0

2/28

AT FAU

L, 4-5

3/2

VS. MAINE

L, 1-6

3/3

VS. MAINE

W, 7-6 F/15

3/4

VS. MAINE

W, 7-1

3/7

AT FIU

L, 3-5

3/9

VS NOTRE DAME*

W, 3-0

3/10

VS NOTRE DAME (GAME 1)*

W, 9-0

3/10

VS NOTRE DAME (GAME 2)*

L, 5-9

3/14

AT UCF

W, 4-3

3/16

AT DUKE*

L, 3-4

3/17

AT DUKE*

L, 1-4

3/18

AT DUKE*

W, 8-2

3/21

VS. FAU

L, 9-11

3/23

VS. VIRGINIA*

W, 3-2 F/11

3/24

VS. VIRGINIA*

W, 1-0

3/25

VS. VIRGINIA*

W, 8-1

3/28

AT FGCU

L, 0-1

3/30

AT GEORGIA TECH*

L, 1-6

3/31

AT GEORGIA TECH*

L, 4-13

4/1

AT GEORGIA TECH*

L, 1-4

4/4

VS FAU

L, 4-7

4/6

VS NORTH CAROLINA*

L, 4-8 F/12

4/7

VS NORTH CAROLINA*

L, 6-9

4/8

VS NORTH CAROLINA*

W, 7-5 F/5

4/11

VS. UCF

L, 0-4

4/13

AT CLEMSON*

W, 12-11 F/12

4/14

AT CLEMSON (GAME 1)*

W, 6-1

4/14

AT CLEMSON (GAME 2)*

L, 3-8

4/18

VS. FGCU

W, 8-1

4/20

VS. PITTSBURGH*

L, 1-2

4/21

VS. PITTSBURGH (GAME 1)*

L, 0-3

4/21

VS. PITTSBURGH (GAME 2)*

W, 3-0

4/25

VS FIU

L, 6-14

4/27

AT FLORIDA STATE*

L, 0-2

4/28

AT FLORIDA STATE*

L, 1-10

4/29

AT FLORIDA STATE*

W, 11-5

5/4

VS. BETHUNE-COOKMAN

W, 4-2

5/5

VS. BETHUNE-COOKMAN

W, 8-7

5/6

VS. BETHUNE-COOKMAN

W, 12-11

5/9

VS. FGCU

W, 7-1

5/11

AT VIRGINIA TECH*

W, 5-4

5/12

AT VIRGINIA TECH*

W, 16-4

5/13

AT VIRGINIA TECH*

W, 12-8 F/10

5/15

VS. STETSON

CANCELED

5/17

VS. BOSTON COLLEGE*

W, 3-0

5/18

VS. BOSTON COLLEGE*

W, 4-3

5/19

VS. BOSTON COLLEGE*

CANCELED

5/22

VS. NOTRE DAME**

W, 6-2

5/24

VS. CLEMSON**

L, 1-7

*denotes conference game *denotes NCAA or ACC tournament


PITCH PERFECT Another curveball from left handed picter Jeb Bargfeldt (19) as the team dominates over Notre Dame, securing a win for the first game of the series. Photo by JC Ridley

LOOKING TOWARD THE

FUTURE

Another season of honorable send offs as six players head to the major leagues, leaving behind a path with potential for sucess in the future players

By Jorge Chabo

Although the season did not end as expected – a winning streak to a striking end – the ‘Canes still came out on top. Six players were drafted into the Major Leagues while three of our freshman were recognized with Freshman AllAmerica honors from Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. Righthander Frankie Bartow (11th round, Washington), outfielder Romy Gonzalez (18th round, Chicago White Sox), righthander Andrew Cabezas (18th round, Minnesota), outfielder Danny Reyes (28th round, Detroit),

BATTER UP! First Baseman, Connor Allen (38), readies his swing determined to hit it out of the park. Final score was 3-0 as Miami took down Noter Dame. Photo by JC Ridley

pitcher Jeb Bargfeldt (29th round, Detroit) and pitcher Michael Mediavilla (34th round, Milwaukee) were all selected. Each of them had a stellar season and will be representing the ‘Canes all across the country. As for the freshman roster, relief pitcher Daniel Federman, catcher Isaac Quinoñes and shortstop Freddy Zamora were all honored by Collegiate Baseball for outstanding first seasons. The three of them became the first to be recognized with Freshman All-America honors since Frankie Bartow was named a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America in 2016. With six players off to the major leagues, the team is still in the clear with a potential for success in the upcoming season as they rack in new players.

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LEAVING BEHIND A LEGACY After 25 seasons, Coach Morris marks his stamp in college baseball history with his record breaking seasons. Photo illustration by Casey Lue

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1994

1999

2001

2008

Morris is named Coach of the Year by Baseball America at the end of his first year with Miami.

Beating FSU 6-5, Morris leads the ‘Canes to their third National Championship title. He’s named Coach of the Year by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper and American Baseball Coaches’ Association.

Ending the season with a 17-game winning streak and sweeping nine games in the postseason, Morris leads to another National Championship. This season marked the most winds under Morris with a record of 53-12. Again, Morris is named Coach of the Year.

For the first time, three ‘Canes were drafted in the first round of the Major League Baseball Draft. Morris is awarded Conference Coach of the Year by the ACC.

SPORTS | coach morris


After a long and memorable 25 season career, Jim Morris retires as the head baseball coach By Izabella Felpeto

It’s no secret that Jim Morris is UM baseball royalty. He earned his title back in 1994, after leaving his position as head coach in Georgia Tech. His 41 seasons as head coach include 12 previous at Georgia Tech and four before that at DeKalb Community College in Georgia. Morris led the Hurricanes to two national titles after replacing Ron Fraser as head coach. Following Fraser’s national titles and 30-year dedication to the 'Canes was no easy task. However, shortly after, Morris led the Hurricanes to five consecutive trips to Omaha for the College World Series. The Hurricanes’ sixth in a row resulted in UM’s third title in 1999, and then another in 2001. “It’s going to be very tough for me, but it’s the right time to retire,” Morris said to the Miami Herald. His victories are known as the fifth-most in college baseball history and second-most over any current college baseball coach. “I’ve had a uniform on since I was eight years old. I know next year will be even more emotional when I’m sitting out there watching, but it’s a great time,” said Morris. “It’s the best move I’ve ever made as a college coach or as a coach, period.” UM Athletic Director James Blake spoke fondly of Morris and admires his success as head coach. He considers him “a legend.” “I don’t know how many they’re putting on the Mount Rushmore of college baseball,” said James, “but I would argue we’d have two of them in Ron Fraser and Jim Morris.” Back in June 2014, Morris decided that 2018 would be his last season. He chose to pass the baton on to assistant and former 'Canes outfielder, Gino DiMare. “Obviously, for me it’s exciting because I’ve worked very hard for this opportunity. I’m

2013

2016

Morris wins his 1,500th game against No. 1 North Carolina.

The Hurricanes set the program record for fielding percentage with a .983 mark. Seven players are selected in the first round of the MLB draft. Morris leads the program to its 25th College World Series Appearance and its third straight ACC Coastal Division title.

always going to be indebted to Coach,” said DiMare. Morris says there has been talk of multiple job offers, including for pro-teams, after retirement. However, he wishes to remain in Miami and not work full-time in order to spend more with his family.

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ALL CAMPUS FLAG FOOTBALL: BETA THETA PI Kyle Zonghetti, Jordan Austin, Peter Caride, Tim riley, Roddy Robertson, Neal Guaglianone, Dakota Stone, Kevin Togami, Will Silberg.

CO-REC SOCCER: CLASS ON GRASS FRONT ROW: Sebastian Coello, Keenan Rodriguez, Edward Dier, Wesley Wynn; BACK ROW: Emily Auld, Kelly Boyle, Isabella Stahl, Fabiola Velikopoljski.

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ALL CAMPUS WOMEN'S SOCCER: FC DPT GIRLS FRONT ROW: Marie Stagg, Kelly Soeder, Darian Ohling; BACK ROW: Natalí Clark, Emika Severson, Trish Luksich, Danielle Abel.

CO-REC VOLLEYBALL: TWO BUMP CHUMPS Jessica Day, Alejandro Costas, Chris DaSilva, Greg Lark, Gabe Pardo, Peter Modera, Juan Guzman, Marissa Lisenbee, Kayla Weber.

CO-REC FLAG FOOTBALL: THE PLUMBERS

HOUSING BRACKET FLAG FOOTBALL: MT8

FRONT ROW: Yesha Patel, Darian Ohling, Forrest Stieg, Kayla Weber, Emika Severson, Kelly Soeder, Maria Mena; BACK ROW: Lei Zhang, Michael Tragas, Doug Timme, Baabak Mostoufi, Kyle Burnett, Miles Slay.

Jake Leonardi, Graham Heavenrich, Kyle Schleifer, Justin Talarczyk, Kyler Prasad, Karl Van de Berg, Samuel Hecht, Robert Devito, Carter Krouse, Sagar Desai.

DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT: KAPPA SIGMA

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: ALPHA DELTA PI

Ari Padda, Brad Sheehan, Jordan Chabot, Alexander Ozburn, Cole Kugler.

Delaney Jacoway, Jenna Ferreira, Hope Shuman, Emma Michiels, Julia Jones.

SPORTS | fall intramurals


Legends of the SOROTIY FLAG FOOTBALL: CHI OMEGA Micelle Hornilla, Katie McGriff, Emily Farrell, Mackenzie McDougal, Amanda Cermele.

GREEK MEN'S SOCCER: BETA THETA PI Will Silberg, Nathaniel Burn, Kevin Togami, Tim Riley, Matt Wilson, Jacob Johnson, Nate Wallace, Chris Schenker, Ryan Samuels, Jake Nardo.

MEN'S SOCCER: FC LAW Erik Tarrash, Thomas Raine, John Sallah, Gerard Williams, Zach Doniger, Stefan John, Miguel Fonseca, Colin Shaffer, Mark Lindemann, Brandon Peck, Pedro Quintana.

FALL College athletes aren't the only 'Canes who get to have all the fun. Intramural sports are a popular way to get involved and stay active with multiple brackets devoted to any sport the student body is interested in

Photo courtesy UM Intramurals

ALL CAMPUS MEN'S: FC LAW FRONT ROW: Mark Lindemann, Zach Doniger, Erik Tarrash; BACK ROW: John Sallah, Gerard Williams, Miguel Fonseca, Colin Shaffer, Brandon Peck, Stefan John, Thomas Raine, Pedro Quintana.

ESPORTS

ALL CAMPUS MEN'S VOLLEYBALL: FEC FRONT ROW: Rodrigo Curiel, Adiel Hernandez, Abdiel Caballero; BACK ROW: Kevin Pavon, Bill Chan, Cristian Fajardo, Andrew Schwee, Manuel Pendola, Christian Peacock.

With the craze of esports making waves in popular culture, the Intramural League adopted a special video game category for the first time in the fall. Though the bracket was modest with only four teams signed up to compete live over a video game console, the category will be offered in the year to come. A team of six members was all that was required to participate in the limited event. The popular game "Overwatch" was the star of the tournament. Games lined up for the next round of video game competitions are "FIFA 19" and "NBA 2K19," both based off of the traditional sports of soccer and basketball respectively. By Morgan Thomson

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BASKETBALL PRESEASON: I LIKE YOU Miraj Dudhat, Nicolas German, Matthew Maron, Ryan Mill.

CO-REC SAND VOLLEYBALL: RHO TRIDENTS Emily Storrs, Caitlin DeTorres, Benjamin Hall, Adam Roberti, Delaney Farrell, Nicholas Shoupp.

ALL-CAMPUS WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: THE TIGERS Jamie Brunworth, Rachel Sorkenn, Dejah Cason, Phallon Tullis-Joyce, Kristina Fisher, Bayleigh Chaviers.

CO-REC INDOOR SOCCER: FC LAW FRONT ROW: Alejandra Chinea, Stefan John, Andrea De Ona; BACK ROW: Dominique Brown, Joshua Dillon, Gerard Williams, Thomas Raine, Colin Shaffer, Brandon Peck, Maddy Kleinberg.

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INDOOR SOCCER: BETA THETA PI John Aitken, Jacob Johnson, Nathaniel Burn, Matt Wilson, Sebastian Coello, Will Silberg, Jake Vinci.

FLAG FOOTBALL FRATERNITY: PI KAPPA PHI FRONT ROW: Mike Dziedzic, Nick Coviello; BACK ROW: Kyle Shea, Tommy Rappa, Cole Masterson, Kevin Shepard , Nick Ferreira.

SAND VOLLEYBALL: KAPPA SIGMA Michael Lennon, Patrick Shipman, Carson Coudriet, Pedro Sainz de Baranda, Jordan Chabot.

ALL-CAMPUS MEN'S FLAG FOOTBALL: MIKE VICK IN A BOX FRONT ROW: Ronald Wabomnor, Derik Madorma, Amar Arunachalam, Sharod Hinton; BACK ROW: Eric Gibbs, Ryan Nolan, Kyle Johnson, Anthony Saxton, Evan Bryant, Nico Waler, James Keegan, Michael Randolph, Jose Perez, Alain Artiles.


Make way FOR THE

SPRING CHAMPS

The end of the season intramural season reveals which teams came out on top By Alize Ramirez-Canas and photo courtesy UM Intramurals

The Intramural Point System is a competition that runs throughout the year between different groups on campus. By participating in different Intramural events, teams earn points and at the end of the academic year, a winner is declared. A new cup was introduced called the Ibis Cup, which will be given to the champion team under the residence hall circuit. A special honor for students who show excellence in intramural leadership and academics is the Perri Award. Students awarded hold active leadership positions in the Intramural or Club Sports program and must meet GPA standards. Junior Rafael Cariello recived the honor as well as a $1,000 scholarship attached to the award.

IBIS CUP

IBIS CUP

TEAM

COLLEGE

POINTS

MT 8

MAHONEY

300

ACS

UV

277

PT 3

PEARSON

150

MT 12

MAHONEY

145

RT 7

HECHT

129

MT 4

MAHONEY

129

RAFAEL CARIELLO Perri Award Winner

*teams with less than zero points are unlisted

IM CUPS EXPLAINED P-CUP

PANHELLENIC CUP

CANE CUP

Teams participating under the Intrafraternity Council are ranked in the P-Cup. Intramural sports such as flag football, volleyball and soccer are popular teams to compete in. Winner: Beta Theta Pi Panhellenic cup participants are affiliated with sororities in the Panhellenic Council. Winner: Chi Omega This Cup is awarded to an independent team. Winner: DPT Co-Rec

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It's more than four years, it's for life. Your big becomes your best friend and your bridesmaid. These are the bonds that will last forever

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GREEKS

NEW BIDS ON THE BLOCK bid day

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WELCOME TO GREEK LIFE new members


WISHES COME TRUE As apart of their philanthropy, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the sisters of Chi Omega were able to raise money to grant a wish and send a cancer patient and his family to Hawaii. Photo courtesy Chi Omega

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PARTY LIKE IT'S 1999 greek week

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GROWING TOGETHER philanthropy

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WELCOME HOME Devin Gilio, Gabrielle French and Izzy Geller reveal their new homes in front of Storer Auditorium at the Miami Business School on bid day. Photo courtesy Chi Omega

HEY BROTHER Brothers from Alpha Epsilon Pi wait for the new members to come on stage at the Lakeside Patio. Photo by Kristian DelRosario

MY NAME IS New members wait in line at the Lakeside Patio with their bid card. When it’s their turn, the announcer calls out their name and what fraternity they will be joining. Photo by Kristian DelRosario SISTERLY LOVE Chi Omega sisters Joey Haas, Jess Daly and Carolyn Niosi tackle senior Kemble Mountcastle who was a Rho Gamma during recruitment. Rho Gammas disaffiliate from their chapter to help new members through recruitment and are welcomed back on Bid Day. Photo courtesy Chi Omega

PANHELL LOVE Katie Berger, Serena Libertad and senior Patricia Colon pose for a photo before their respective sororities welcome their new members. Photo by Patricia Colon

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GREEKS | bid day


NEW

on the

BIDS

BLOCK After a week of mingling and meeting each chapter, potential new members find their home in PanHellenic or IFC Greek life

By Kendall Eisenberg

In early spring, the Panhellenic Association and the Interfraternity Council (IFC) welcomed new members to their chapters on Bid Day. Due to a scheduling conflict, Panhellenic Bid Day happened outside of the Storer Auditorium while the IFC remained at the Lakeside Patio. In total, Panhellenic welcomed 479 new members to their seven recruiting chapters while IFC welcomed 380 new members to their 12 recruiting chapters. Sorority recruitment sees both chapter members and potential new members returning to school a week early. Throughout recruitment, potential new members get to meet sisters from every chapter. As the week progresses, both the chapters and the potential new members narrow down the list of who they are interested in. Both sides find the week to be long and exhausting, but also exciting and promising. Through the mutual selection process, many girls have found a new home with all the week's excitement culminating on Bid Day. Unlike sorority recruitment, fraternity recruitment occurs once classes have started and takes place over the course of two weeks. Those rushing are able to select which fraternities

A NEW CLASS Crowds gather on the Lakeside Patio to see new members get their bid card on fraternity Bid Day. Photo by Kristian DelRosario

they would like to meet and what events they would like to attend for the first week. Once the second week begins, the events become invite-only and the chapters are able to select which gentlemen they would like to invite for future events. Bid Day is the most anticipated day in the Greek community because it allows chapters to grow and new members to find a place on campus to call home. While some chapters participate in informal recruitment, for the Greek

PanHellenic

Association

479 NEW

members

7chapters recruiting

Interfraternity

Council

380 NEW

members

12

recruiting

chapters

community, spring Bid Day cannot be topped.

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welcome to the

GREEK LIFE New members are welcomed to Greek life where they will make lasting friends and memories

Panhellenic

ALPHA DELTA PI

Ali Walker Amelia Hoffman Ani Rodriguez Anjali Ravichandran Anna Hiller Belle Tereshko-Rechani Caitlin McNulty Caroline Pease Catie Remsen Devin Gilio Elisa Baena Elizabeth Bond Elizabeth Spiro Emily Abreu Emily Race Emily Sackett Emily Silvershein Erin Grayhack Gabi Rodriguez Genevieve Collado Gillian Parkinson Izzy Geller Jamie Busch Jenna Weiss Jobi Benjamin Joscelyn Paglia Julia Khomenko Kaitlyn Bowe Kate Marquez Katharine Hornish Kelsey McGowan Lauren Ahern Lauren Bosin Lea Tordjman Leala Solomon Lexi Butler Liv Augustini Liv Castellone Madalyn Foley Maddie Darish Maddie Henkin Megan Padgett Melina Asnani Molly Robin-Caplan

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GREEKS | new members

Morgan Brodie Morgan Cartularo Niccola Venezia Nicole Beckemeyer Nina Tinsley Perry Ciriello Rachel Hilt Rayna Burgett Sammy Roberts Selena Berry Shree Patel Sofie Rasmussen Sophie Vos Sri Ravipati Stephanie Bigger Sydney Herrick Talia Faranda Tiffanie Gonzalez-Quevedo Tori Hoff Torrey Mahall Val Londono

CHI OMEGA Alanna Adler Alexandra Nassean-Do Allison Messenger Alora Scofield Anika Bhavnani Anja Zhou Caroline Nicholson Carson Pinker Casey Cohen Corey Johnson Cristina Padron Elizabeth Dancsecs Elizabeth Khayat Emily Morales Emma Skowron Erica Zakotyansky Falilat Abdulai Gabby Shapiro Gabrielle French Giselle Spicer Haley Missan Haley Nepple Indigo Childs

Isabella Tenenbaum Isabelle Klayman Jacqueline Verge Julia Dykema Julia Saltzman Kailey Pickhardt Kaitlyn Sforza Kate Plogstedt Katherine Darrow Kira Rapp Laura Soto Lindsey Ritter Lisset Chavez Liz Irving Maggie Lujan Makayla Manning Mariana Cordoba Mattie Marano Melani Zimmerman Miranda Cao Xiaomei Neerali Vyas Noura Fahmy Olivia Cox Rachel Benowitz Rakhi Patel Saige Saunders Samantha Goldman Samantha Taylor Sara Soto Sarena Kalap Shreya Patel Sierra Jensen Stephanie Mosberg Summer Singh Tiffany Vlasenko Unico (Zeyu) Li Viktoria Grossman

DELTA DELTA DELTA Alexis Russell Allegra Turner Alyssa Moxon Angela Gallucci Anneke Schole Ashley Paetow Ashley Rock Bianca Noguera Caitie Boshers Caitlin Garner Cameron Schoeb Charlotte Willauer Christina Markopoulos Danie Hoffstadt Dylan Kossar Emily Adrid Emily Sorge Emma Langlois Francesca Beldner Gabby Butman

Gabby Santoli Grace Bolandian Hallie Purcell Jane Rakow Jodi Caplan Julia Berg Julia Ross Kaiah Walstatter Kara Dougherty Karen Shedlock Kat McCarthy Katie Goldstein Kayla Moore Kelsey Blackstone Kelsy Lehne Kinnon McGrath Kristen Ragusa Kristen Wright Lauren Aloia Liana Brown Lindsey Falack Maddie Helm Maeve McKeeby Margaux d'Arbeloff Marianna Spentzos Marlee Abbott Merritt Ryan Mikayla Berk Monica Miranda Naomi Feinstein Nati Hofmann Nicki Pellicone Nicoletta Korongy Nikki Habina Olivia Medeiros Sam Hummel Samantha Linden Sara Latimer Sara Wilcox Savannah Walters Shirley Gelman Sidney London Sophia Kotik Sydney Pincus Taylor Amore Valentina Munoz Torres Victoria Stewart

DELTA PHI EPSILON Abby Podolsky Alex Budka Alex Connelly Alex Nyborg Alexa Shabinsky Alexia Lucas Alina Zhitnik Alison Blumstein Allie Oetinger Andi Simon

Angela Ruggiero Anna Davis Becca Klafter Bri Nixon Brianna Edge Brianna Ferrarie Caitlyn Tolchin Carly Battipaglia Carly Hatfield Christen Degel Claire Padron Claire Wagner Cristina Kontogiannis Diana Garcia Eliza Kielty Emily Ocon Emma Chozick Emma Heise Emme Watkins Eva Lostumbo Gianna Balli Haley Grey Hannah Segota Jackie Bajric Jess Celentano Juliana Mazzotta Kaki Cox Kate Elisha Katherine Ostrovskiy Katie Bente Katie Hurdman Katrina Skibicki Kayla Granahan Kit Smith Krista Manzabella Lauren Bruno Lauren Haverlin Lexi Donnellan Lexie Phipps Lindsay Goeler Lindy Burke Liz Clagett Liz Geiger Luli Magolnick Mackenzie Schwertl Maggie Defrancesco Marisa Rao Micayla Reynolds Olivia Lawton Ritika Abraham Samantha Monte Sammi Fiori Sandra Feld Sara Hughes Sara Nissen Sarah Carraher Sarah Decossard Sarah Hightower Shreeya Mishra Sydney Schneider


Tati Pardo Taylor Dotterweich

SIGMA DELTA TAU Alessia Cusumano Alex Manolis Ali Beyda Ally Pomper Andrea Illan Arielle Shoikhet Ashley Levine Bella Sandstead Brinkley Erb Candace Krauss Carly Chaskin Caroline Lanfrank Cassidy Zawatson Christie Faglione Christine Cooper Dylan Amsalam Dylan Levkoff Eliana Litos Emily Druzbik Emily Palladinetti Emily Winston Fiona Aronson Gabbi Sami Gabi Sacks Hannah Klegka Isabella Abdullah Jackie Yastrow Jacky Vayner Jade Clark Jenna Ferolie Jenna Trainor Jess Ebert Jess Rubanich Julia Nunnery Julia Torres-Viladegut Juliet Toma Kait Eknoian Karla Flores Kristen Sisco Leah Goldstein Leah Klempner Lexi DeBartolo Loren Volpe Maddie Leeds Madison Uzwy Mae Corrigan Marina Pataro McKenzie Benz Mia Szpolski Miranda Barriero Molly Ledden Monique Fiscella Nadia Noroozi Nikki Montlick Nikki Vlahos

Olivia Dubi Paloma Alvarez-Garrandes Perri Pepperman Peyton Vaughn Rhea Dhingra Sally Salkini Sarah Fell Savanah Wilshire Serena Singh Shanna Lewinsky Shiley Grinbaum Skylar Seitz Stephanie Prieto Stephanie Revah Sydnei Rubin Sydney Krulik Taylor Schwartz Victoria Hatzopoulos

ZETA TAU ALPHA Adeline Shelby Adele DeVito Alex Perez Ally Bush Alyssa Greaney Alyssa Lepone Amy Muslin Angelica DeFalco Arianna Soresi Bayley Macnamara Baylie Grogan Bree Auray Bri Yaryan Callie Jardine Cameron Bracey Carly Davey Carly Sellers Caroline Christopher Charlotte McCabe Chloe Ruppert Chloe Tempest Corinne Nicolas Corinne Zrada Dana Webb Daniela Snyder Daniela Usuga Delaney Huffman Emily McLaughlin Erin Blotcky Grace Chepenik Hannah Culver-Zawislak Hannah Janczur Jade Asiu Jamie Norton Jenna Yesenosky Jessica Maristany Julia Rose Julia Stack

Justyna Piszczor Karly Grogan Kat Barron Kayla Watts Lauren Allen Lauren Kendall Lauren Stolz Lexi Pinnata Lilly Johnsen Lindsey Gordon Mackenzie Roberts Maria Fagerstal Mary Helen Burt Megan Bente Megan O'Leary Mikayla Quigley Natalia Noyen Olivia Burke Olivia Campbell Olivia Coto Olivia Frejka Olivia Howson Paige Barwick Paige Flannery Rita Al Bekhash Saige Schuster Sam Higgins Sarah Navid Senith Berhane Sophia Gomez Stephanie Almeida Sydney Fallen Talia Kinross Tanja Moissl Taylor Gill Uche Onyiuke Vanessa Sacks Vienna Morgan

IFC ALPHA EPSILON PI Aaron Ben-shalom Aaron Fils Alec Milbauer Alex May Austin Fink Brandon Dinner Derek Orr Eli Sporn Ethan Sager Ethan Terp Gregory Burgess Hunter Snyder Jack Feinberg Jack Gelb Jack Mirsky Jackson Liszewski Jacob Berger

Jacob Brown Jacob Gubin Jacob Segal Joshua Cantor Joshua Gold Juanfelipe Cabrera Justin Jung Mateus Fairbairn Matthew Sexton Max Valenci Max Wiviott Maxim Fisher Michael Balmann Noah Gordon Noureddine Rabi Puneet Desai Robert Campbell Ryan Gorham Sebastian Molter Teddy Cole Tyler Malaussen Will Perlman William Felix

ALPHA SIGMA PHI Ahmed Al Hajari Alecsander Falk Alexander Ronco Bryan Dohi Dietrich Kuhlmann Dilan Sunil Samtani Jason Perez Benavides Mark Rosenzweig Nicholas Briel Nicholas Tosoni Thomas Guyton Tristan Kaminski Will Bates

BETA THETA PI Aaron Janfaza Alexander Cohorsky Anthony Youssef Brendan Schneier Brian Baker Cameron Vasfailo Charles Esposito Chester Bancroft Donald Harty Eric Winn Gabriel Leitner Grant Fee Ian Thomas Jackson Gillespie Jake Vinci Jake Weiss John Aitken John Enlow Kyle Schleifer

Marco Pierce Mark Gross Michael Bernstein Nathan Smith Patrick Moriarty Peter Schmidt Robert Devito Ryan Rebholz Samuel Pidgeon

KAPPA SIGMA Aaron Hsu Adam Nelles Alexzander Rodriguez Barry Spaan Ben Halee Brendan Riggs Cesar Tejeda Charles Lilienstein Colin Vielliard Daniel Han Evan Rofe Frederic Doub Hector Valdivia Hunter Vrabely James Cosmai James Wilson Johnathan Zach Johnny Navarro Kevin Hargadon Kobe Peery Kyle Maisel Liam Moran Mahmoud Fahmy Matthew Aranow Michael French Michael Rehmann Nicholas Fasciana Nicholas Gounaris Patrick Ruvo Paul Sigars Puneet Desai Robert Chabloz Samuel Smith Vasilis Alexelis

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA William Paik Ryan Steinberg Constantine Waltz Joshua Dinetz Kevin Xu Michael Abbu-Ezzy Nicholas Harris Sam Hemmingstad

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welcome to the

GREEK LIFE PHI DELTA THETA

Benjamin Amsterdam Christopher Frydenborg Damien Stahl David Davila Dylan Burke Edward Hall Elias Eskind Emmett Steven Emmett Sullivan Gregory Scott Harry Bonnaire James Britton John Baumstark John Roberts Jonathan Liguori Joseph Christensen Kirk Baird Matthew Dunne Nicholas Kathrein Patric Vogdes Ralph Berardi Stephen Auslander William Smaha

PI KAPPA PHI Andrew Golding Bryan Early Chad Serrate Christian Durando Harrison Mount Jack Prochner Jack Strome James Clancy Jeremy Egosi Joshua Yakubovich Kevin Crist Kyle Monaco Kyle Ribeiro Kyle Shea Lyle Zullo Markar Krikorian Michael Dziedzic Michael Sagatelian Michael Steier Mitchel Roberts Noah Klar Nolan Holbrook Peter Cleveland Ryan Pope Sam Rosselli Tanner Wall Thomas Gallagher

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William Lacovara Zachary Ruggiero

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Adam Eljamal Alec Deane Alfonso Diaz Benjamin Vinarski Brian Hyde Can Taylan Dominick Pandolfo Enrique De Leonardis Eric Nicholas Evan Locke Liam Higgins Louis Shaw Matthew Maron Michael Mariconda Miraj Dudhat Nicholas Pellecchia Nicolas German Panagiotis Nikas Patrick Norris Robert Dipasquale Rober Knudsen Ross Rubin Ryan Mill Thomas Sullivan Will Rosenberg

SIGMA ALPHA MU Alexander Leiva Arman Singh Arthur Dussias Augusto Useche Austin Carmody Benjamin Kling Brendan Cummins Brian Grunst Brian Zittlau Chad Azeroual Dray Jacob Creiger-Combs Kelvin Mo Loren Marx Matthew Sanger Max Goodman Michael Salusti Nicholas Donohue Nicholas Lennon Noah Smith Noah Tucker

SIGMA CHI Alexandre Berland Ali Tanriyar Alp Karaoglu Brandon Rancap Bryan O'Donnell Calvin Hoban Cem Tugal Clayton Pine Coby Antinoro Curtis Kestenbaum Daniel Callanan Daniel Pistolesi Ethan Kohan Frank Castiglione Garrett Koroghlian Graham Chaikin Henry Winchester Ho Lui Jack Jordan Tortora Jacob Singer Jared Beneducci John Faus John Nizich Jonathan Butler Jonathan Zarka Jonathan Zeiri Julian Bangash Kevin Lumpe Kyle Przypek Liam Pierce Matthew Jackson Michael Gannon Michael Nahas Michael Ragno Nicholas Preza Patrick Caskin Patrick Hughes Quinn Rogers Robert Herbst Robert Morrison Ryan Sutton Samuel Stemerman Vincenzo Iannucci

SIGMA PHI EPSILON Anthony Alexandrou Austin Erben Blake Miller Brendan Roach Brett Nordmeyer Bryceton Raley Caesar Crasemann Cameron Marchel Christian Russell Christopher Hernandez Christopher Montoya Daniel Adams Dillon Yu

Eric Godfrey Facundo Cuevas Esculies Gabriel Nord Gerald Gladstone Gian Boria Harrison Mizraji Hunter Johnson Ian Mauck Isaac Farrell Istvan Von Fedak Jack Gorelick Jack Westwood Jacky Klainbaum John Fumero John Hovenden Joshua Gilligan Joshua Weisberg Keanu Stammel Malcolm Ingalsbe Mark Trudeau Matthew Schellaci Maxwell Feldman Michael Taylor Mitch Shapiro Nick Skerritt Nicolas Hojas Ryan Latorre Ryan Perle Scott Brown Scott Kellow Spencer Schneider Tristian Wanatick Tyler Grant Valandis Lemoniotis William Berestka Wolf Kalb Yufan Chen Yuseph Ali

ZETA BETA TAU Aaron Antonson Alex Cohan Andrew Palacios Andrew Taggart Asa Agnoli Barry Gibbons Benjamin Mashaal Christian Stanborough Cole Becker Cooper Kaplan Daniel Zamora Dylan Silverstein Elijah King George Politis Giuseppe Bivona Harrison Malek Ilan Galitsky Jacob Jacknin James Pritchard Jonathan Aumann

Joseph Guenoun Joseph Scarpelli Josh Taylor Joshua Mezhibovsky Kane Petkovski Karthik Sriganeshan Kian Zar Luc Freilicher Mekahel Burney Michael Miskimmon Mohammad Siddiqui Nicholas Wuagneux Noah Gabor Pierre Craig Ryan Moon Simon Heaster Simon Lehrer

MGC SIGMA LAMBDA GAMMA Leah Dodds

NPHC OMEGA PSI PHI Chazz Guerra-Orgiste Terrence Burdge


Panhellenic

ASSOCIATION SIGMA

Panhellenic Association Executive Board Mia Klasner, Caitlin Costa, Hope Rovner, Megan Nguyen, Grace Fisher. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Kappa Kappa Gamma

Alpha Delta Pi

Chi Omega PAGE 192

Delta Phi Epsilon PAGE 194

Sigma Delta Tau PAGE 196

Delta Delta Delta

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Zeta Tau Alpha PAGE 195

Delta Gamma

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Chi Omega 'SISTERS ON PURPOSE'

Chartered Members Symbol Colors Philanthropy 2013

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Owl & Skull

Cardinal & Straw

Make-A-Wish Foundation

FRONT ROW: Lauren Flaum, Rachel Siegel, Cristina Sofia Padron, Christina Katherine Rodriguez, Laura Soto, Samantha Steel, Carolyn Niosi, Emma Skowron, Patricia Maria Colon, Emilie Trudeau , SerÊ Politano, Bella Cendan, Jessica Aberman, Jenn Gammara, Patricia Albano; SECOND ROW: Mackenzie McDougal, Shelby Allen, Vivian Heerans, Ana D’Angelo, Lauren Lipskey, Elizabeth Davoli, Haley Nepple, Sara Soto, Eve Jaffe, Maddy Bogumil, Sydney Steel, Julia Saltzman, Samantha Janssens , Rachel Prostko, Jess Daly, Samantha Taylor, Alora Scofield, Laura Weiner, Kira Rapp, Kristina Altman, Sarah Franceski, Kat Hollingsworth, Ellie Hermanson, Catarina Bloomfield, Rachael Regan; BACK ROW: Molly Sullivan, Jillian Richmond, Jocelyn Kane, Jenny Davis, Rolanda Wang, Alexa Binday, Natalia Pluta, Danielle Glassman, Ellen Hinshaw, Madeline Martin, Sophie Pressman, Mila Mikalacki, Terri Coffey, Stacy Robustelli, Sam Waddell, Maya Lubarsky, Vanessa Baillie, Alex Brandenburg, Tallia Popowitz, Katie McGriff, Alison Kadempeli, Rachel DiMarco, Sam Brindley, Debbie Noh, Lena Mobin. Photo courtesy and caption provided by Chi Omega

Lauren Flaumenhaft, Olivia Ostermann, Talia Povowycz, Christina Rodriguez, Sebastian the Ibis, Kendall Eisenberg, Rachael Ragen, Eve Jaffe, and Jasmine Abram. Photo courtesy Chi Omega

XO, CHI O Junior Allison Cawthon and sophomore Samantha Janssens throw up the Chi O hand sign during a beach day with sisters. Photo courtesy Chi Omega

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SISTER, SISTER While celebrating bid day at American Social, junior Nicole Newton and sophomore Samantha Waddell take a photo in front of the Miami River. Photo by Jess Daly

Chapter

Upsilon Delta

Work Hard Through the MakeA-Wish Foundation, Chi Omega was able to send a Make-AWish kid to Hawaii. They had the third highest soroity GPA, and were above the all-sorority and allwomen average.

GAME BAES Rolanda Wang, Sam Steel, Shelby Thomas, Sydney Steel, Jenny Davis, Jillian Poles and Sam Janssens stop to take a photo before heading to Hard Rock Stadium. Photo by Sam Janssens


Delta Delta Delta 'LET US STEADFASTLY LOVE ONE ANOTHER'

Chartered Members 1948

210

Symbol

Pine, Pansy, Pearl & Dolphin

Colors

Silver, Gold & Blue

Philanthropy Chapter

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

FRONT ROW: Julia Kaplan, Fiona Verdon, Jessica Courtney, Ali Klute, Mary Beth Murphy, Arielle Gurien, Nikki Ruta, Becca Kaplan, Erin Gallogly, Annalisa Lombardo, Alexa Garcia, Emily Aguila, Nicolle Mazzei, Claudia Schoeb, Albani Suph, Gabrielle Tilton, Alana Carolan, Kristina Bye, Laura Thornton, Shani Weiss, Maddison Stokes, Morgan Smith, Emme Rempel, Rachael Liberman, Lauren Crotty, Peyton Farmer, Kara Dougherty, Isabella Ramjeet, Nicolle Denyer, Caitlin Fryer, Mallory Johnson, Faith Bellas, Emily Deutsch, Melissa Murphy, Gracie Gigliotti, Grace Williams, Gabrielle Ferrara, Cassie Caruso, Jess Carro, Sydney Giordano; SECOND ROW: Abby Griffith, Rachel Medeiros, Sophia Caride, Remi Petit, Katie Maitland, Raina Coleman, Karina Cepeda, Kelsey Lehne, Jackie Coleman Hannah Herr, Heather MacKay, Karlie Lobitz, Tiffany Rigole , Lindsey Bornstein, Jordan Hurwitz, Serena Libertad, Brooke Emily, Marisa Bohamed, Cate Chase, Lauren Berta, Rachel Farmer, Grace Migliozzi, Allie Works, Amanda Beyrer, Karli Danielson, Ashley Zambrano, Caterina Haddad, Krista Santos, Sasha Sutcliffe, Anya Balsamides, Laura Blockman, Caitlin Calvo, Samantha Holl, Blaise Garfall, Dayana Hano, Dalia Husainy, Brianne Bujnowski, Megan Howson, Helen Kattoura, Caro Rvera, Rebecca Rudner, Shayna Goldstein, Rosie NElan, Destiny Mantz, Kaitlyn Jacklin; BACK ROW: Giana Scarpiniti, Dylan Kossar, Shirley Gelman, Charlotte Willauer, Emily Sorge, Natalia Hofmann, Kaiah Walstatter, Christina Markopoulos, Anneke Schole, Meg Kelley, Alyssa Cermele, Nicoletta Korongy, Samantha Hummel, Margaux d'Arbeloff, Allegra Turner, Emma Langlois, Nicole Habina, Gabby Butman, Kristen Ragusa, Cameron Schoeb, Victoria Stewart, Hallie Purcell, Kelsey Blackstone, Jodi Caplan, Marianna Spentzos, Marlee Abbott, Valentina Munoz, Maelle Arboite.

Alpha Chi

GOT UR BACK On a nice day on campus, Lindsey Bornstein and Gabby Butman take advantage of the blue skies for a photo opportunity. Photo courtesy Delta Delta Delta

Photo courtesy and caption provided by Delta Delta Delta

BETTER THAN IHOP In an effort to raise money for St. Jude's Research Hospital, Anya Balsamides and Grace Williams sell pancakes to students. Photo courtesy Delta Delta Delta

BID DAY BEST DAY Brianna Bujnowski, Allie Works, Claudia Schoeb, Rachel Farmer and Karli Danielson celebrate Bid Day. Photo by Alexa Garcia GO 'CANES Traveling to Charlotte, Annalissa Lombardo, Emme Rempel and Cameron Dodd support the 'Canes at the ACC Championship. Photo by Alex Garcia

#FTK During their Frats at Bat event, Ali Klute, Hailey Fons and Mary Beth Murphy pose for a photo. Photo

Philanthropic

courtesy Delta Delta Delta

Delta Delta Delta raised

$11,000

at their Frats at Bat Tournament;

$30,000

at their Sincerely Yours Letter Campaign.

TRIPLETS After a long day of raising money, Giana Scarpiniti, Sophia Janotha and Remi Petit end their day with a celebratory photo. Photo courtesy Delta Delta Delta

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Delta Phi Epsilon

'ESSE QUAM VIDERI-TO BE RATHER THAN TO SEEM TO BE'

Chartered Members Symbol 1917

231

Equilateral Triangle

Colors

Royal Purple & Pure Gold

Philanthropy

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders & Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation

Chapter Omega

FRONT ROW: Eva Lostumbo, Kit Smith, Katrina Skibicki; SECOND ROW: Olivia Drummond, Bella Horstmann, Karin Avivia; BACK ROW: Kate Montavano. Photo courtesy Delta

FRONT ROW: Ellie Zimering, Liat Cohen, Olivia Neuman, Olivia Stauber, Lauren Gimpel, Arionna Loreti, Maddie Smith, Izzy Martelli-Rabin, Harley Dante; SECOND ROW: Megan Nyugen, Jude Tabba, Callie DePhillips, Claire Clarkin, Sophie Kokoska, Claudia Annoil, Lauren Lathrop, Colbey Plutzer, Leila Motamedia, Leila Ebrahimi, Tiff Lusic, Jennie Bertot, Phi Epsilon Libby Majede, Isabella Lugo, Melissa Idrovo; THIRD ROW: Sophia Coll, Emma Erickson Kery, Jacy Ericson, Molly Booth Balk, Cameron Freeman, Camila Torres, Ashley Roerigh, Victoria Franklin, Jordan Kaplan, Melissa Montero, Morgan Mill,s Chelsea Sanzone, Jess Kuhn, Julia Sachs, Alex Veletis, Skye Kogan; FOURTH ROW: Emily Powell, Leanne Alshefski, Grace Bernard, Dayna Morelli, Mia DiCaprio, Ceara Manship, Brianna Commerford, Tara Lewandoski, Lindsey Spring, Molly Habach, Kate Hovan, Marley Breslin; BACK ROW: Lindsay Saltzberg, Tori Keefe, Courtney Adelman, Mia Annuziato, Amy Kaplan, Karin Avivi, Heidi Steinneger, Delta Phi Epsilon Sydney Beinfield, Melissa Marion, Sabrina Pastore, Agostina Waisfield, Kendra Weiser, Lindsey Jacobs, Kelly Ajello, Lindsey Spring. Photo courtesy and caption provided by Delta Phi Epsilon

Making Gains raised

$56,000

for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation;

$15,500

for Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders.

COOL FOR THE SUMMER Sisters Amanda Wasserman and Agostina Waisfield spend their summer break together in San Diego, CA. Photo courtesy Delta Phi Epsilon

FRONT ROW: Amy Kaplan, Tori Keefe, Bridget Scanlon, Arionna Loreti, Morgan Smith; SECOND ROW: Jacqueline Marino, Amy Dodaj, Mikayala Allen, Emily Collins, Haley Labo, Kaylie Atwood, Julia Cuite; BACK ROW: Kelly Ajello, Lauren Merganthaler, Kendra Weiser. Photo courtesy Delta Phi Epsilon

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DUDE IT'S FOR PHILANTHROPY Naomi Sterling, Sarah Miranda and Elise Sharkey help raise money at their Deepher Dudes event. Photo courtesy Delta Phi Epsilon


Zeta Tau Alpha 'SEEK THE NOBLEST'

Chartered Members 1992

225

Symbol

Five-pointed Crown

Colors Philanthropy

Turquoise & Gray

Breast Cancer Education & Awareness

Front row: Stephanie Almeida, Jade Asiu, Bree Auray, Katherine Barron, Rita Bekhash, Megan Bente, Senith Berhane, Erin Blotcky, Olivia Burke, Mary Helen Burt, Olivia Campbell, Grace Chepenik, Caroline Christopher, Olivia Coto, Hannah Culver-Zawislak, Carly Davey, Angelica DeFalco, Maria Fagerstal, Paige Flannery, Olivia Frejka, Taylor Gill, Sophia Gomez, Lindsey Gordon, Alyssa Greaney, Baylie Grogan, Karly Grogan, Samantha Higgins, Olivia Howson, Hannah Janczur, Callie Jardine, Lilly Johnsen, Lauren Kendall, Talia Kinross, Alyssa Lepone, Bayley Macnamarav; BACK ROW: Kyra McCabe, Emily McLaughlin, Tanja Moissl, Vienna Morgan, Amy Muslin, Sarah Navid, Corinne Nicolas, Natalia Noyen, Uche Onyiuke, Alexandra Perez, Alexandra Pinnata, Justyna Piszczor, Mikayla Quigley, Mackenzie Roberts, Chloe Ruppert, Vanessa Sacks, Carly Sellers, Adeline Shelby, Arianna Soresi, Julia Stack, Lauren Stolz, Chloe Tempest, Kayla Watts, Dana Webb, Brianne Yaryan, Corinne Zrada. Photo courtesy and caption provided by Zeta Tau Alpha

For Good

Chapter

Gamma Alpha

THROW WHAT YOU KNOW During a dive in Key Biscayne with the UM Scuba Club, freshman Maria Fagerstal throws up the Zeta hand sign which is meant to resemble a crown. Photo courtesy Zeta Tau Alpha IF THE CROWN FITS Sophomore Kennedy Wall welcomes frehsman Jade Asiu on Bid Day by showing her how to make the Zeta crown sign.

Zeta Tau Alpha raised tens of thousands of dollars for Breast Cancer Education & Awareness through their annual fashion show in the spring semester and Think Pink fundraisers in October.

Photo courtesy of Zeta Tau Alpha

THINK PINK During Breast Cancer Awareness month, Maxine Seif and Alli Villane table in the breezeway to raise awareness. Photo courtesy Zeta Tau Alpha

LIKE A GIRL In support of their philanthropy, Sofia Estevez, Alli Villane, Cat Coleman and Sabrina Pizziol raise awareness about Breast Cancer. Photo courtesy Zeta Tau Alpha

YOUR HOSTS Juniors Kristina Hudak and Jessica Soens go behind the scenes at ESPN's CollegeDay. Photo by courtesy Zeta Tau Alpha

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Sigma Delta Tau 'ONE HOPE OF MANY PEOPLE'

Chartered Members Symbol 1957

230

FRONT ROW: Leah Elefante, Ana Zausner, Nicole Gany, Carolyn Tannura, Devon Temme, Emily Mosgowsky, Kk Ratffensperger, Emily Brady, Madeline Valverde, Maddy Rayos, Danielle Brothers, Stefani Nicastri; BACK ROW: Sophie Dippolito, Aly Parpadolo, Rachel Westhoff, Emma Cameron, Tiffany Chalhoub, Alison Stumpff, Addie Climo, Piper Conway, Alaina Cohen. Photo courtesy and caption provided by Sigma Delta Tau

THANK U, BIG Until the reveal, Bigs coordinate a way to gift their Little without them finding our who their Big is. Photo by Dylan Amsalam

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Yellow Tea Rose

Colors

Cafe au Lait & Old Blue

Philanthropy Chapter Prevent Child Abuse America

Good Cause

Alpha Mu

REVEAL During Big/Little Week, Bigs give their Littles t-shirts and other sorority memorabilia in order to welcome them into the chapter. Photo by Ines Kan

Sigma Delta Tau raised

$17,606

for Prevent Child Abuse America, an organization that raises awareness on child abuse and provides services to children and family affected by abuse.

WELCOME HOME Dylan Levkoff, Ali Bedya, Ashley Levine and Taylor Schwartz pose in Merrick Fountain after the new class reveal. Photo courtesy Sigma Delta Tau

PRETTY IN WHITE Eliana Litos and Nora Pakravan attend a fundraising event for Prevent Child Abuse America, which is SDT's philanthropy. Photo courtesy Sigma Delta Tau


GAME DAY Sisters Danielle Villa, Jordan Mandell, Casey Sciandra and Nikki Slap get ready for the Georgia Tech v. Miami game.

SDT PRIDE Before the new members are reavealed, Tiffany Chalhoub and Danielle Brothers pose for a photo to commemorate the day. Photo

Photo courtesy Sigma Delta Tau

courtesy Sigma Delta Tau

Jackie Sanchez, Stefani Nicastri, Natalie De Vink, Ana Zausner, Rachel Westhoff, Paige Cillufo, Nat Morales, Veronica Rive. Photo by Tiffany Chalhoub MATCHING Steph Longmuir and Danielle Brothers wear their Wendy Walk caps, a foundation focused on finding a cure for Sarcoma cancers. Photo courtesy Sigma Delta Tau

WELCOME TO THE FAMILY On Big/Little reveal day Jenna Trainor, Alyssa Debiasse, Abbie Codospoti and Karla Flores take their first family photo at the fountain by the Miami Business School. Photo courtesy Sigma Delta Tau ON WEDNESDAY WE... At a philantrhopy event Jordan Mandell, Kait Eknoian, Jules Sisco and Emily Leinweber pose in their matching outfits. Photo courtesy Sigma Delta Tau

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INTERFRATERNITY Council Interfraternity Council Executive Board

Justin Moon, Michael Nickolas, Ryan Hibbard, Jacob Haaker, Jeremy Paparozzi, Brandon Jackson, Douglas Corsi, Dean Priepke. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Alpha Sigma Phi

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Beta Theta Pi PAGE 200

Sigma Alpha Mu Pi Kappa Phi

Lambda Chi Alpha Zeta Beta Tau Sigma Chi

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Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon


Alpha Sigma Phi 'THE CAUSE IS HIDDEN, THE RESULTS WELL KNOWN'

Chartered Members Symbol 1952

62

FRONT ROW: Nick Briel, Guarang Patel, Dilan Santani, Taylon Dillon, John Brooks; SECOND ROW: Alvaro Torrejon, William LaFrance, Ben Bacal, Ethan Broder, Brandon Fay; THIRD ROW: Dan Altman, Mark Rosenzweig, Nicholas Tosoni, Hunter Hampton, Ryan Bullen, Jacob Haaker, Ant Ferreira; FOURTH ROW: Akla Gunasakera, Tristan Kaminski, Ryan Yde, Steven Tribuno, Ahmed Hajari, Mustafa Zaidi, Henry Capants, Tommy Calvy, Mauricio Alvarez, Bryan Dohi, Daniel Nemi, Jacob Wise; BACK ROW: Will Bates, Tomas Perez, Renato Alvarado, Dietrich Kuhlmann, Andrew Scotti, Ethan Broder, Kyle Bourke. Photo courtesy and caption provided by Alpha Sigma Phi

Phoenix

Colors

Cardinal & Stone

Philanthropy Canine Companions for Independence

Chapter

Gamma Theta

Outstanding

They recieved four awards from the Intrafraternity Council including "Outstanding Unity/Community," "Outstanding Chapter of the Year," "Outstanding Community Service" and the Mark Spiegel Memorial Award for Generosity of Spirit which was given to Jacob Haaker.

PUPPY LOVE Alvaro Torrejon participates in Alpha Sigma Phi's philanthropic event featuring a puppy that is up for adoption. Canine Companions for Independence trains service dogs and provides them to people in need. Photo by Jackie Abreu

FRONT ROW: Ben Bacal, Alvaro Torrejon, Taylor Dillon, Mark Rosenzweig, Dilan Samtani, Nick Tosoni. BACK ROW: Ryan Bullen, Jacob Haaker, Josh Biggins, Adam Warsoff, Brian Barnett, Ronaldo Alvarado, Ethan Broder. Will LaFrance. Photo courtesy Alpha Sigma Phi

POSING WITH PUPS Ethan Broder and Jacob Wise pose with dogs who are up for adoption during an event to raise money for their philanthropy. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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Beta Theta Pi 'COOPERATION MAKES STRENGTH'

Chartered Members Symbol Colors Philanthropy 2009

74

Dragon

Pink & Blue

Jimmy V. Foundation

Chapter Eta Beta

FRONT ROW: Pujan Patel, Henry Bagglietto, Nate Burn, Alex Carbonel, Alec Bizieff, Eric Winn, Ryan Samuels, Michael Bernstein, Stone Harty, Tim Riley, Gabe Leitner, Kyle Zonghetti, Alec Ephraimson; SECOND ROW: Peter Winans, Akhil Parlapalli, Seth Altman, Matt Vollaro, Chris Saunders, Jake Nardo, Alex Cohorsky, Liam Hanrahan; BACK ROW: Ryan Rebholz, Jake Vinci, Justin Martin, Peter Caride, Matt Roesch, Jordan Austin, JJ Johnson, Anthony Youssef, Larry Skipper, Aaron Janfaza, Nate Wallace, Chris Green, Rushabh Kamdar, Jacob Johnson. Photo courtesy and caption provided by Beta Theta Pi RELAY FOR GOOD At the Relay for Life event on campus, brothers of Beta Theta Pi organized a tent and fundraised for the event. Photo courtesy Beta Theta Phi

SPRING CLEANING Brothers volunteered to participate in a Beautification at Jesse McCrary Elementary in South Miami, Florida. The event was organized by HandsOn Miami. Photo courtesy Beta Theta Pi

Breakthrough Beta Theta Pi raised over

$11,000

for the Jimmy V Foundation, their second highest total ever. They also contiued their philanthropic efforts by participating in the Movember Foundation and Relay for Life.

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ON THE TOP OF THE WORLD In Vail, Colorado, brothers Neal Guaglianone, Matt Roesch, Nathaniel Burn, Jared Welsch and Ben Wright enjoy the snow and slopes. Photo courtesy Beta Theta Pi


Phi Delta Theta

'BECOME THE GREATEST VERSION OF YOURSELF'

Chartered Members 1954

56

Symbol

Great Seal of Phi Delta Theta

Colors Philanthropy Argent & Azure

ALS Association

Chapter

Florida Delta

AWARD WINNING Brothers Ty Archer and Adam Eibel accept awards on behalf of Phi Delta Theta at the AGLO awards. Photo courtesy Phi Delta Theta.

Jack Baumstark, Matt Dunne, Nedd Hall, Chris Frydenborg, Joey Bonnaire, Stephen Nobile, Damien Stahl, Emmett Sullivan, RJ Berardi, Nick Kathrein, James Britton, Emmett Steven, Josh Duperly, Stephen Auslander, David Davila, John Roberts, Jon Liguori, Blake Emsden, and Jake Fernandez. Photo courtesy and caption provided by Phi Delta Theta

Distinguished

The IFC junior of the year, brother Jake Mansfield, was awarded for his outstanding campus involvement. Brother Adam Eibel was named the William W. Sandler Jr. Fraternity man of the year.

BROTHERS Brothers Noah McGrath and Liam McGrath met at the ACC football championship game, rooting for their respective schools. Photo courtesy Phi Delta Theta.

FRONT ROW: Tim Fabio, Stephen Auslander, James Britton; BACK ROW: Emmett Steven, Mike Derham, Patric Vogdes, Kyle Mulroy, Chase Caruso, Greg Scott, Joey Christensen, Ty Archer, Elias Eskind. Photo FOR CHANGE On the Foote Green, brothers raised money for the ALS Association through events such as Coin Wars, Pie a Phi and a raffle. Photo courtesy Phi Delta Theta

courtesy Phi Delta Theta

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National

PAN-HELLENIC Council National Panhellenic Council Executive Board

Dean Kinney, Kyla Cook, Jasia Dickerson, Lorna Appiah, Innge Osirus, Roderick Dunla. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Alpha Kappa Alpha

Alpha Phi Alpha Kappa Alpha Psi

Delta Sigma Theta

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Omega Psi Phi

Zeta Phi Beta

Sigma Gamma Rho

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Delta Sigma Theta 'TOO REAL TAU RHO'

Chartered Members Symbol 2004

9

Fortitude

Colors

Crimson & Cream

Philanthropy Hurricane Relief

Chapter Tau Rho

Kyla Cook, Jasia Dickerson, Lorna Appiah, Niara Hill, Imani Taylor, Christina Largie, Lauren Copeland, Kyra Freeman, Morgan Oliver. Photo courtesy and caption provided by Delta Sigma Theta

Kyla Cook, Lauren Copeland, Niara Hill, Victoria Graham, Jasia Dickerson, Morgan Oliver. Photo

ROLE MODEL In St. Louis, junior Jasia Dickerson poses next to a bronze statue of Frankie Muse Freeman, a civil rights attorney who was the first woman to be appointed to the United States Commision on Civil Rights. Photo

courtesy Delta Sigma Theta

courtesy Jasia Dickerson

Accomplishments

Delta Sigma Theta volunteered with Breakthrough Miami throughout the year to enhance the academic lives of under-served local students. They also won the 2018 Greek Extrav Step Show competition.

"We worked very hard and put in a lot of hours, and we are proud to see it all payed off. "

FRONT ROW: Kyra Freeman, Morgan Oliver, Jasia Dickerson, Niara Hil; BACK ROW: Imani Taylor, Monique Faggans, Lauren Copeland, Lorna Appiah, Kyla Cook, Alana Smith, Mariah Forde. Photo courtesy Delta Sigma Theta

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MULTICULTURAL Greek Council Multicultural Greek Council Executive Board Pravnav Chugh, Sandeep Singh Dhingera, Camila Rodriguez-Rojas, Rajiv Tummala, Sean Walson. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Delta Epsilon Psi

Delta Phi Omega Sigma Lambda Gamma

Lambda Theta Phi

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Lambda Theta Alpha


AGLO awards

The hard work of the Greek Community is recognized at the annual AGLO Awards

Results provided by AGLO

Outstanding Faculty Member Award Dr. Jafari Allen Brenda Smith Tucker Memorial Award for Outstanding Campus Involvement Delta Phi Epsilon Outstanding Philanthropy Award IFC: Pi Kappa Phi Panhellenic: Delta Phi Epsilon NPHC: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. MGC: Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. Outstanding Campus Relations Award NPHC: Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. IFC: Sigma Phi Epsilon Panhellenic: Zeta Tau Alpha MGC: Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. Order of Omega Leadership Award Roderick Dunlap,.Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc Outstanding New Member Award MGC: CaJohn Voltaire, Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. IFC: Nicholas Tosoni, Alpha Sigma Phi Outstanding Sophomore Award MGC: Francis Walson, Delta Epsilon Psi Fraternity, Inc. Panhellenic: Natalie De Vinck, Sigma Delta Tau Alpha Epsilon Phi Marilyn Gernstein Coller Outstanding Junior Award Tori DiCeglio, Alpha Delta Pi Marilyn Coller Memorial Award tp the Outstanding Senior Ruby Kleinbard, Alpha Delta Pi Louise P. Mills Outstanding Service Award Emily Bajalia, Zeta Tau Alpha Delta Phi Epsilon Miriam Zolden Award for Outstanding Chapter President Vivian Heerens, Chi Omega Sorority Woman of the Year Award Kyla Cook, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Dean’s Award for Service Inngide Osirus, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Sandeep Dhringa, Delta Epsilon Psi Fraternity, Inc. Ellie Hermanson, Chi Omega Maxwell Detweiler, Sigma Chi

Outstanding Chapter Advisor Award Panhellenic: Samantha Kobrin, Kappa Kappa Gamma Panhellenic: Meredith Kunzke, Delta Delta Delta IFC: Shane Hinton, Beta Theta Pi Outstanding Chapter of the Year Award IFC: Alpha Sigma Phi NPHC: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. Panhellenic: Alpha Delta Pi MGC: Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. William W. Sandler Jr. IFC Fraternity Man of the Year Adam Eibel, Phi Delta Theta Outstanding Administrator Award Anthony Jackson Most Improved Chapter Scholarship Award Panhellenic: Kappa Kappa Gamma National Panhellenic Council: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. IFC: Sigma Phi Epsilon Highest Chapter Scholarship Award Panhellenic: Zeta Tau Alpha IFC: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Highest Fraternity Chapter Scholarship Award MGC: Delta Epsilon Psi Fraternity, Inc. NPHC: Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Highest Sorority Chapter Scholarship Award MGC: Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. NPHC: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Most Improved Chapter Award Panhellenic: Chi Omega Outstanding Campus Involvement Award NPHC: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. MGC: Delta Epsilon Psi Fraternity, Inc. IFC: Phi Delta Theta Outstanding Community Service Award Panhellenic: Alpha Delta Pi IFC: Alpha Sigma Phi NPHC: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. MGC: Delta Epsilon Psi Fraternity, Inc. Outstanding Unity/Community Award Panhellenic: Alpha Delta Pi IFC: Alpha Sigma Phi MGC: Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. NPHC: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Rho Lambda Spirit Award Jess Fine, Sigma Delta Tau Phi Sigma Sigma, May. A Brunson New Member Award Shree Patel, Alpha Delta Pi Outstanding Junior Award MGC: Camila Rodriquez-Rojas, Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. NPHC: Kyra Freeman, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. IFC: Jake Mansfield, Phi Delta Theta Outstanding Senior Award IFC: Owen Berry, Pi Kappa Phi MGC: Sandeep Dhringa, Delta Epsilon Psi Fraternity, Inc. NPHC: Inngide Osirus, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Mary B. Merritt Panhellenic Award Noor Bittar, Delta Phi Epsilon Outstanding Chapter President Award IFC: Christopher Daniels, Pi kappa Phi NPHC: Jasia Dickerson, Deta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

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AND THE WINNING TEAM IS... 1. Fresh Prince of Bel Air 2. 90210 3. Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

THROWBACK TEAMS

INNER PEACE Points were given to teams who participated in yoga on the Foote Green lead by a Wellness Center yoga instructor. Photo by Jackie Abreu

Fresh Prince of Bel Air Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Sigma, NPHC

Amanda Show Kappa Kappa Gamma, Alpha Sigma Phi, Lambda Chi Alpha

90210 Zeta Tau Alpha, Zeta Beta Tau, Delta Epsilon Psi

Saved by the Bell Sigma Delta Tau, Sigma Epsilon Phi, Sigma Alpha Mu

Friends Chi Omega, Alpha Epsilon Pi

Full House Delta Gamma, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Boy Meets World Delta Delta Delta, Beta Theta Pi

Sabrina, The Teenage Witch Delta Phi Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Theta

ARTIST AT WORK Two Delta Phi Epsilon sisters admire the work by Miami-based street artist Registered Artist at the Last to Leave First to Arrive art show. Proceeds from any artwork purchased went toward hurricane relief for Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. Photo by Jackie Abreu

WE GOT MOVES Team “Saved By The Bell” finishes off their O-Cheer performance on the Lakeside Patio. Photo by Kristian DelRosario

BROS BEFORE O-CHEER Zeta Beta Tau brothers get excited for their O-Cheer performance with Zeta Tau Alpha and Delta Epsilon Psi. Photo by Kristian DelRosario

CALM BEFORE THE STORM Members of the greek community make their way toward the Lakeside Patio for Greek God and Goddess. Photo by Kristian DelRosario

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party like

1999

it's

GREEK WEEK ROYALTY Team 90210 ends their performance with sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha throwing up their hand sign which resembles a crown. Photo by Kristian DelRosario

Greek chapters from all councils come together for a '90s themed week of events to raise money for Direct Relief By Kendall Eisenberg & Alize Ramirez-Canas

For a week during the month of March, Greek chapters competed in different events to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Irma. The theme for the week was “Throwback to the 90’s” and there were eight teams with each one being named after a popular 90s show. Most of the teams had three chapters while Team Friends and Team Boy Meets World both had two chapters each. The week included seven events like a workout with Pure Barre, yoga on the green, Greek Row, Greek God and Goddess and an art show. Besides participating in events, teams could get points by donating blood and going to a fundraiser at Chipotle. Teams also earned points for maintaining high levels of spirit and enthusiasm throughout the week. One of the most popular events, O-Cheer, took place at the end of the week. During O-Cheer, each team performs a skit complete with choreography. Team Boy Meets World won overall spirit, team Fresh Prince won Greek God, OCheer, the Blood Drive and was the overall winner of the week. Together all of the Greek chapters raised around $45,000 for direct relief.

TRI DELT MEETS BETA Tri Delt sister Remi Petit smiles at her Beta Theta Pi dance partner during their O-Cheer performance. Photo by Kristian DelRosario

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ZETA TAU ALPHA

DELTA DELTA DELTA

DELTA PHI EPSILON

SIGMA PHI EPSILON

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON

DELTA GAMMA

GREEK WEEK

$79,600.00

$72,850.00

$51,697.00

$51,000.00

$48,825.50

$45,027.69

CHAPTER

$82,936.22

DONATION

Numbers provided by Dean Priepke

The philanthropy efforts of sororities and fraternities brought in over $500,000 to benefit military, medical and educational causes while also strengthening the bonds between those involved in the Greek community

TOGETHER

growing

$45,000

GREEK WEEK

$50,000

$55,000

$591,629.81

TOTAL RAISED


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BETA THETA PI

CHI OMEGA

PHI DELTA THETA

ALPHA EPSILON PI

ZETA BETA TAU

SIGMA ALPHA MU

ALPHA SIGMA PHI

OMEGA PSI PHI

$14,500.00

$14,185.00

$12,490.00

$11,805.00

$10,750.00

$6,250.00

$5,400.00

$5,119.53

$1,714.00

DELTA SIGMA THETA

DELTA EPSILON PSI

$101.25

$90.00

SIGMA LAMBDA GAMMA

KAPPA SIGMA

$17,606.00

$486.00

SIGMA DELTA TAU

KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA

ALPHA DELTA PI

$25,097.82

$635.00

PI KAPPA PHI

$33,463.80

$5,000

$10,000

$15,000

$20,000

$25,000

$30,000

$35,000


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As hubs of student activity and involvement, organizations shape social lives at the 'U' and allow people to grow outside of the classroom

Federacion de Estudiantes Cubanos

WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER Organizations decorate floats to be displayed during the Homecoming Parade that match the fairytale theme of Homecoming. FEC decorated their float to depict Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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FRONT ROW: Natalia Diaz, Charolette Ableman, Bianca Noguera, Sarah Schoening, Kaitlin Castillo, Misha Cruz, Nicole Dombey, Maxx Evans Pollack, Alexandra Cabrera, Taylor McLean, Nico de la O, Danielle Romero; BACK ROW: Christian Felipe, Chloe Glenn, Adam Goffstein, Annette Leo, Zachary Stubblefield, Julia Paccone, Jasper Nelissen, Paula Becerra, Mack Bateman, Ben Smith, Merly Blau. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Ad Group

The campaign produced by this group marks the first time the University of Miami has advanced to the semifinal round of the American Advertising Federation's National Student Advertising Competition.

FRONT ROW: Grace Ugwueke, Patricia Emelle, Ariana Gomes, Naomy Lelis, Ruth Rocker, Temitope Abisoye; BACK ROW: Maria Akinyoyenu, Olumayowa Olujohungbe, Kathryn Jones, Obianeze Okolo, Eileen Kumi, D’Andre McIntyre, Lorna Appiah. Photo by Morgan Thomson

African Students Union

For three consecutive years, African Students Union has only had one male member on the executive board.

FRONT ROW: Shivam Patel, Mariah Hamby, Ryan Brooks, Brian Murillo, Gabriela Aklepi, Emily Marshall, Casey Scaindra, Maxwell Martin, Antonia Bartlett, David Playa; SECOND ROW: Jessica Timmer, Tanvi Bafna, Aneesha Balachandar, Taylor Amore, Dilraj Cambow, Chelsea Chico, Monica Miranda; BACK ROW: Alyce Kwo, Noah Kathe, Matthew Wiefels, Emily Aguila, Andrew Samon. Photo by Madison George

Alpha Epsilon Delta

As the largest pre-health organization at the university, Alpha Epsilon Delta enriches the experience of many pre-health majors through meetings with special guests and events.

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Alpha Mu Music Therapy Club

FRONT ROW: Leah Saunders, Erika Lowenthal; SECOND ROW: Clarice Lee, Erica Gard, Madeleine Doris, Calli Scaffidio, Laurie Peebles, Hilary Yip; THIRD ROW: Anna Catena, Priya Sharma, Josephine Pittman, Heidi Moranski, Marissa DiCamillo , Xinyi Yan, Sofia Castaneda, Julian Arias; BACK ROW: Rebecca Tutunick, Micayla Reynolds, David Cote, Camila Hernandez, Deny Dung, William Tipton, Lindsey Daily, Rachel Komroff, Rodolfo Reyes, Aitor Lujan, Carly Poloskey, Madeleine Martin, Kexin Xu. Photo by Jackie Abreu

Alpha Mu focuses its efforts toward advocating what music therapy is in their community. Their network offers internships and job opportunities to the members.

FRONT ROW: Brian Truong, Tamara Popovska, Divina Chandiramani, Mizelle Hornilla, Jasmyne Yeldell, Melba Costas, Maya Lubarksy; BACK ROW: Grace Ugwueke, Nandita Srivatsa, Jarelis Cabrera, Bret Cassaday, Owen Clapp, Caleb Sun, Azaan Wilbon, Allison Kadampelil, Grant Voirol, Robert Goodin, Kerstin Yu, Anika Batta, Annika Socha, Neha Bhaskar, Elijah Horesh. Photo by Kayla

Alpha Phi Omega

Foster

As a co-ed service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega encourages members to engage in service projects that benefit the community.

FRONT ROW: Briana Klein, Aria Colicchio, Dana Franco, Xhorxha Hoxha, Stefany Nicastri, Natalia Vidal, Keith Smith; BACK ROW: Bianca Osinski, Kate Plogstedt, Yiorgos Takoudis, Eric Steigelfest, Jordan Strauss, Ashton Clancy, Max Lamcken, Tyler Degen, Javier Torres, Lucas Settineri. Photo by Alize RamirezCanas

American Marketing Association

The chapter gives members the opportunity to learn through case studies on popular brands. They also interact with brands on social media, and Lululemon tweeted them back once.

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FRONT ROW: Christian Marquina, Nancy Lewis, Samantha Mirante, Dr. Diana Arboleda, Nicholas Karpathy, Matthew Shaw, Maddy Hollowed, Rachel Deridoorian; BACK ROW: Grant De La Vasselais, Joshua Dughman, Alex Plumb, Austin King, David Lipkin, Justin Miller, Michael Croly. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

American Society of Civil Engineers

ASCE is a professional organization focused on civil engineering, but the student chapter is open to all majors. Annually, they participate in Conference, a weekend with camp-type games that are built by the organization throughout the year. Members can meet people with similar interests, network, and build exciting things such as a concrete canoe.

Anime Club

The Anime Club enjoys doing commentary while watching the show or movie they decide on viewing during each meeting. Elijah Hamm, Andres Arenas, Phoebe Suazo, Miranda Roller & Candice Arthur. Photo by Jorge Chabo

CanesThon

CanesThon raises funds for the children and families at Nicklaus Children's Hospital through an eight-hour fundraiser. FRONT ROW: Kiley Mulligan, Farzeen Chunara, Natalie Oourhan, Danielle Wolfs; BACK ROW: Bernie Degnan, Rohan Rana, Vincent Cendan. Photo by Veronika Seider

Vivian Nguyen, Kevin Ramrattan, Jacob Norry, Sydney Harned, Veronica Lucchese, Amanda Meeks, Christian Rodriguez, Demaree Rios. Photo by Isabella Nuccio

Anthropology Club

With their first all-female executive board, the Anthropology Club's goal is to help people realize that we're all in this together and to think universally, which is their slogan.

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FRONT ROW: Shannon Hunt, Emily Broeckaert, Ali Banas; SECOND ROW: Nash Soderberg, Elena Conser, Mackenzie d'Andrea, Jack Urquhart; THIRD ROW: Jacob Buck, Landon Chen, Carl Anderson, Steven Tribuno, Kyle David; BACK ROW: Alex Kalinin, Sean Culm, Josh Ratay, Cameron Macone. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Aquarium Club

The club keeps more than five tanks across campus and educates members on the care and upkeep of their own tanks. They also manage a blog that features topics associated with aquariums. Many of the members are marine biology majors or have an interest in the keeping or viewing of aquariums.

FRONT ROW: Inngide Osirus, Destiny Mantz, Camila Rojas, Christina Radford, Sandeep Dhingra; BACK ROW: Daniel Watt, Jacob Haaker, Vivivan Heeren, Kan Huang, Kathryn Hanshaw, Kellie Scanlon, Harsh Kapadia, Jacklyn Wood. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Association of Greek Letter Organizations

AGLO is the Greek umbrella organization which promotes unity amongst the four Greek councils as well as their respective chapters through various events and programs

FRONT ROW: Tony Cai, Vichayaporn Iohprasert, Yiyu Zhou, Kiko Li; BACK ROW: Kenny Skagerlund, Sy Lam, Andrew Chen, Jinyoung Wu, ShunNan Wu, Tieran Han,Zhang Hong, Xon-hai Pei, Feng Bai, Sebastian Castaneda. Photo by Casey Lue

Badminton

The Badminton Club represents the school at various collegiate badminton tournaments. University faculty and students of all skill levels participate in the club.

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HEROS Upholding 'Cane tradition and pride, the Frost Band of the Hour in an integral part of any game

By Mansi Hukmani

Sporting events wouldn't be the same without an integral part of school spirit: the Frost Band of the Hour. Every member of the band is exceptionally trained in various musical instruments, and they get a chance to show off such skills at FEARLESS LEADER At football games, senior Dennis Lejardi cues the band to play when a call is made. Photo by JC Ridley

the school’s football and basketball games. Members of the band practice for hours on end every week so they can put on a lively and energetic show for the audience each time they perform. When asked what his favorite part about being a part of band was, Hayden Seager listed off various points, “Everyone is so positive and musically talented that it only makes me want to work harder and be more enthusiastic. My favorite event with the band was the FSU trip this past year. After boarding the bus at 4 a.m., to a seven-hour drive there, being heckled by FSU fans at the stadium, only to see their disappointed faces when we won.” It is obvious that band is an integral fragment of UM’s team spirit and it represents the very essence of the school’s highly competitive persona.

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Q&A DENNIS LEJARDI

Music Business Major

Q: What was your role in the band? A: I was a conductor meaning that I guided all members of the band to work together to create a captivating performance. This means indicating dynamics, keeping time, and providing cues. In the stands, I had to make sure that the football fans were always engaged. Within pep rallies and tailgates, my biggest role was to bring each performance to life and interact with the audience. On the field and during the rehearsal, I believed in leading by example: staying positive each day and keeping the morale in the band high.

Q: How did your responsibilities differ from the others?

A: The role of drum major works more as a leader amongst the other student leaders to promote a positive environment and helping in whatever way s/he can.

Q: What's the process to become a drum major? A: One must have marched for at least one I GOT SPIRIT During the halftime performance at the Toledo v. Miami football game, senior Emily Guilmette, a trombone player, performs with the Band of the Hour.

IN TUNE Junior Amanda Davis plays the trombone during the half-time performance at the game against Syracuse. This performance was part of their arrangement of Kayne West songs. The band performs at half-time alongside the color guard and Hurricanettes.

Photo by JC Ridley

Photo by JC Ridley

year in the Band of the Hour. Then you have to participate in a semester long course on leadership training and preparation within a marching band setting. This class culminates in a leadership audition where candidates are tested on their endurance, their ability to be a contributing member, musical ability, and - for drum majors - the ability to conduct different tempos, different styles, and more. At the end of the entire process is an interview with the marching staff.

Q: What's your favorite memory from Band of the Hour?

A: I have two favorite memories: first would

PRE-GAME Before fans go into Hard Rock Stadium, the band performs the fight song outside the gates to get their energy and spirit high for the game. Photo by JC Ridley

have to be the Florida State game this past year. Having a game be neck to neck for it's entirety and pull off a touchdown on the last few seconds of the game was simply unbelievable. Watching the FSU home crowd simply collapse in disbelief and the Hurricane side erupt in joyful tears and shouts of triumph at a moment that was almost historic in nature. Top that off with being in front of the band that was simply playing with raw energy and pure excitement - that night was truly an unforgettable moment. My second one would have to be playing the "Star Spangled Banner" as a tuba player at the Notre Dame game a couple years ago. The night had clear skies. The game was sold out. And the band was one of the best I had ever performed with.

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FRONT ROW: Chloe Santos, Margaux Onaindia, Sarah Hightower, Charlotte McCabe, Brianna Nixon, Thanos Frangogiannis , Talia Mereles, Brett Kvasnicka, Julia Jones; BACK ROW: Elizabeth Thomas, Max del Giglio, Michele Baldoni, Ben Limer, Ben White, Dom Pandolfo, Hope Shuman, Coach EZ Liese. Photo by Christina Rodriguez

Beach Volleyball Club

The coach, EZ Liese, has his own sports company, EZ Sports. He also runs semiannual volunteer programs that take UM students on trips to Cameroon to build sand volleyball courts.

FRONT ROW: Zijan Liu, Monica Bair, Kayleigh Parravicini, Yalin Zhang, Roseli Perez, Krista Elie, Daniela Marchiori, Anthony Wisler; SECOND ROW: Quin Li, Amy Yastron, Hanting Ge, Xinshuang He, Nianyi Guo, Haydee Figueroa, Xiaolas Ren, Wen Yin; BACK ROW: Noah Arons, Benjamin Pfeffer, Kyle Stewart, Tyler Bowman. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

Beta Alpha Psi

The national organization is celebrating its 99th year, and the local chapter is celebrating 57 years on UM’s campus. Beta Alpha Psi is an honor society for students interested in working in accounting, finance, or other internal services professions.

Black Law Students Association

With the most members who hold other leadership positions throughout campus, the Black Law Students Association helps mentor and empower members to succeed. FRONT ROW: Raven King, Brittnay Thomas, Katelin Stephens, Ayana Parke; SECOND ROW: Charles Harrington III, Simone Smith, Kristin Taylor, Toure Strong, Gabrielle Wynn, Tyonna Brent, Sydney Thurman-Baldwin, Rode Carpio, Hawwi Edao, Maddie Seales, Yanill Moquete, Ten Stallings, Anabelle Bivins; BACK ROW: Blake McCroskey, Stephen Caine, Mukiya Post, Templeton Timothy, Andrea Ezell, Edgar Sirenord, Shawn Wilborne, Adam Hill, Daren Hooper, Sheldon Seale. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

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Morgan Thomson

FRONT ROW: Ali Shaikh, Gauray Gupta, Brianna Antonella Valdivia, Anoop Desai, Shruti Karnani; Back Row: Sonali Patel, Neha Raja, Andrea Trespalacios, Daniela Guerra, Matt Lischin. Photo by

COSO manages over 300 student organizations and hosts Canefest where over 200 student organizations are able to attend.

Committee on Student Organizations

Kendall Eisenberg

FRONT ROW: Paul Shultz, Felipe Parodi, Lily Acheampomaa-Piasare; SECOND ROW: Serene Shehadeh , Chiara Shehadeh , Amanda Lorenzo, Abdiel Caballero, Brianna Valdes; THIRD ROW: Collen Morgan, Sarah Purins, Samantha Waddell, Anna Strecker, Amanda Perez, Sofia Sneathen, Tracey Piasare, Giselle De La Rua, Tamara Popovska, Patricia Colon,Jacqueline Rodriquez, Lorena Roman, Genesis Reyes, Claudia Ramirez, Adrianna Uhlar, Chitra Banarjee, Isabella Cendan; FOURTH ROW: Ibrahim Ali, Austin Iglesias , Pedro Diaz, Ryo Mochizuki , Michael Abou-Ezzi , Cody Kline, Sandra Taboada , Mackenzie McDougal, Bonnie Stright, Rachel Genoune, AileenCruz-Lezama , Francesco Sautto , Diana Matei , Alexander Carbonel; FIFTH ROW: Elizabeth Acevedo, Daniela Usuga, Agustin Rodriguez Granda , Carlos Aguila, Mitchell Fuccile, Jason Perez, Kate Elisha; SIXTH ROW: Manuel Pendola, Joshua Puente, Vivian Heerens, Michael Wakim, Herveline Saintil, Bill Chan, Samuel Smith, Sean Griffin, Amanda Castro, Amber Tavakoly; BACK ROW: Adam Eibel, Thomas Franchi, Nathan Seidle , Alexis Musick, Patrick Shipman, Jake Langlie, Elise Sharkey, Kristine Reynardus , Madeleine Smith, Vincent Cendan. Photo by

All of the members of Camp Kesem are given an unique camp name based on their personality, interests and character.

Camp Kesem

Elijah Hamm, Andres Arenas, Phoebe Suazo, Miranda Roller & Candice Arthur. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

During the semester, the Bicycle Club offers free bicycle repairs at the Rock every two weeks.

Bicycle Club


FRONT ROW: Bianca Vuorio, Bruna Souza, Giovanna Souza, Maria Grßndling, Gabriel Mendes; BACK ROW: Natalia Vidal, Ana Beatriz Alves, Gabriel Mendonça, Melissa Azank, Grace Azank, Julia Consoni, Daniela Sant'Ana. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

Brazilian Students Association

There are almost 200 Brazilian students enrolled at the University, and the Brazilian Students Association seeks to spread knowledge and awareness of Brazilian culture.

Michael Warrell, Valeria Velasco, Shelby Thomas, Sabrina Cheikhali, Camila Lopez-Bosch, Rafael Cariello, Rachel Russel, Parth Desai, Anoop Desai, Kyle Mastoloni. Photo by Sabrina Cheikhali

Category 5

Cat5, the Spirit Programming Board is a branch of student government and has a general body that anyone can be a part of. They promote attendance to sporting event and organize trips for students to attend away games together.

Catholic Campus Ministry

Members participate in two weekly service opportunities, alternating between weaving blankets out of plastic bags for the homeless and volunteering at Camillus House which provides services to the poor and homeless people of Miami-Dade County. FRONT ROW: Alejandro Rodriguez, Nina Guererro; SECOND ROW: Fr. Phillip Tran, Nathalie Chang, Anais Vela, Arianna Santamaria, Stephanie Charur, Isa Alvarez, Lais Bloinski, Alexandra Garcia, Sr. Evelyn; THIRD ROW: Angel Carrasco, Marissa Vonesh, Celine White, Aileen Cruz-Lezama, Alex Mills, Becca Swan, Saskia St. Lot, Olivia Osterman, Rocio Arias, Joanna Valencia, Maria Camila Bernal, Alicia Paulino Garcia-Dubus, Lisa Paulino Garcia-Dubus, Bianca Hernandez, Christina Gutierrez, Teresa Nunez, Sr. Karla, Sr. Michelle; BACK ROW: Joseph Bulone, Michael Fernando, Daniel Gizachew, Agustin Tavares, John Owen Clapp, Adam Wahl, Tomas Valdes, Ryan Kervin, Agustin Pedro Rodriguez Granda, John Witkowski, Michael Cruz, Jordan More, Jeronimo Ferriol Alonso, Christian Diaz, Cayetano Ortiz, Rodrigo Safie, Ismael Lopez. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

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FRONT ROW: Chase Morell, Joseph Ramus, Danny Villegas, Kate Johnson, Emily Muir, Dina Thomas; SECOND ROW: Isaac Furtney, Scott Morell; THIRD ROW: Chase Morell, Joseph Ramus, Danny Villegas, Kate Johnson, Emily Muir, Dina Thomas; BACK ROW: Nathalie Janata Pinto. Photo by Kayla Foster

Cru

Cru is a religious organization for students, and meets once a week. They go to Denny's after most of their meetings for breakfast food at 10 p.m.

Council of International Students and Organizations

FRONT ROW: Edugie Osunde, Maheshi Pathirana, Sharnikha Saravanan, Sitara Rambarran, Laura Soto, Sara Soto, Daniela Pereira; SECOND ROW: Priya Sharma, Akki Gunda, Shree Patel, Anastassia Cafatti, Kimmy Lam, Manvi Seth, Qirong Xu, Chelsea-Jane Arcalas, Jerome Wong; BACK ROW: Nicola Paul, Daryl Teo, Sahil Patel, Mart Francisco, Rin Yamanashi, Nimesh Nagururu, Sultan Almesned, Alejandro Sanchez Uribe. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

COISO promotes the interests of all international students and organizations. They organize International Week, five days of activities, food and performance that promotes the many cultures of each world region. They love to joke about how they have free housing all around the world.

FRONT ROW: Ali Sanchez, Karen Sancen, Matthew Rembold, Tami Lake, Amanda Hillegass, Tope Ekunsanmi, Casey Cohen; BACK ROW: Alec Castillo, Anwar Nass, Dilraj Cambow, Ian MacIntyre Byron Duncan. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Cinematic Arts Commission

The Cinematic Arts Commission is a branch of Hurricane Productions which brings movies to the Cosford Cinema, where admission is free for all students. Members have the opportunity to learn about movie programming, promotion and presentations.

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HIGH Win or lose, UCheer’s squads keep the audience cheering on until the very end of the game

By Mansi Hukmani

Made up of two teams, an all-girls squad and a co-ed group, UCheer is an essential part of the school’s athletic program. The teams put on vibrant displays on the sidelines of each game, and pump up the crowd until they’re beaming with energy. Their job is to keep the crowd spirited, whether the ‘Canes are winning or losing, and their shift doesn’t end until they are on the bus back home. “My favorite part of being on the team is getting the opportunity to be sideline and courtside on all games,” said senior Grant Coffman. “My favorite memory was when I went to FSU this year. I’ve gotten so emotionally invested in this team.” UCheer not only participates during school games, but various promotional events throughout the year, including the selection show for March Madness that was held at the Rathskeller.

ALL THE WAY UP Supported by her teammates, freshman Alexis Russell creates the peak of the pyramid in between plays of the Georgia Tech game. Photo by Bert Budde

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LOUD AND PROUD During Hurricane Walk, junior Mark Farag uses a megaphone so his Miami cheers can be heard throughout the crowd. Photo by JC Ridley


C-A-N-E-S 'CANES As Sebastian the Ibis prepares to do the 'Canes spellout, the UCheer men follow behind him with the letter flags. Photo by Jenny Abreu ALL TOGETHER After completing a run-through of their halftime performance prior to kickoff, the UCheer squad pose alongside their trainers for a photo to commemorate the final game. Photo by Bert Budde

ALL ABOUT THE 'U' Senior Cole Stockstill runs out of the corner with the "U" flag as the football team prepares to make their appearance onto the field of the first game of the season. Photo by Jenny Abreu

I SAID ITS GREAT To get the student section excited, junior Ezekiel Rodriguez and sophomore Kayla Watts tell the crowd to make some noise and throw up the "U." Photo by Bert Budde

BLEED ORANGE AND GREEN In Hurricane Walk tradition, freshman Maya Abrams performs various cheers as the spirit squads invite everyone inside Hard Rock Stadium. Photo by Bert Budde

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FRONT ROW: Elisabeth Hofer, Evan Aldo, Kyle Kingma, Daniel Gallego, Artem Sviridov; BACK ROW:Ted Appel, Alfred de St Croix, Zachary Homeijer, Kerra Masso, Julia Lynch, Jiaying Li, Anthony Sola, Claudia Trasmondi, Christian Guevara, Claudia Fernandez, Patrick Waldinger, David L. Steinberg. Photo by Madison George

Debate Team

The debate team competes with Spanish and English teams across the country. They made it to the ACC Debate Tournament where Zach Homeijer and Artem Sviridov were the undefeated champions and Ted Appel and Leandra Lopez were semifinalists. Lopez received the third place speaker award.

FRONT ROW: Gabby Rosenbloom, Kayla Foster, Thalia Garcia, Gianna Sanchez, Kelvine Moyers; SECOND ROW: Marissa Vonesh, Sidney Sherman, Elizabeth Pozzuoli, Teddy Willson, Lizzie Wilcox, Kamila Knaudt, Jorge Chabo, Naomy Lelis, Abigail Adeleke, Elisa Baena; BACK ROW: Sasha Manning, Kristian Kranz, Alexa Aguilar, Lindsey Bornstein, Patrick Ruvo, Allegra Turner, Joey Haas. Photo by Sabrina Cheikhali

Distraction Magazine

Distraction Magazine, an award-winning quarterly publication, is celebrating their 10th anniversary with a special issue.

Empowered Youth

Empowered Youth is an undergraduate club, but run through the law school, and graduates participate as well. All participants are able to tutor in any subject.

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Eta Sigma Phi

Their motto "philosophoumen kai philokaloumen" is a statement from Pericles about the Athenians, which translates to "We love both wisdom and beauty."

Isabella Tenenbaum, Carson Pinker, Caitlin Smith, Heather Miles, Jon Wainblat.

Professor Amy Koenig, Joanna Jara, Leah Stern, Kris Serrat. Photo by Kendall

Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

Eisenberg

ORGANIZATIONS | organizations


FRONT ROW: Janelle Cranston, Divya Bhansali, Alanna Muldowney, Nakiya Clausell, Esther Clode, Sea Amundsen, Isabella Stahl; BACK ROW: Laura Puentes, Ben Halee, Drew Baryhydt, Nicholas Pelisek, Kaitlyn Huaroto, Montale Tuen, Jordan Chabot, Sneha Ramasamy. Photo by Eliana Litos

Engineers Without Borders

The goal of Engineers Without Borders is to aid communities in need by solving problems in a sustainable way. They continued their Ecuador Project with a nine day trip to Las Mercedes. Their focus in Ecuador was to implement a sewage system to improve public health.

Trainer Karen Flynn, Kara Dougherty, Liana Brown, Josephine Rochery, Jessica Brady, Clementine Talmage, Kate Anderson, Founder of IHSA Bob Cacchione. Photo courtesy and caption provided by UM Equestrian

Equestrian Team

Prior horseback riding experience is not required for joining the Equestrian Team. They teach everything one needs to know.

Federaciรณn de Estudiantes Cubanos

FRONT ROW: Genesis Reyes, Amanda Lorenzo, Lorena Romen, Abdiel Caballero, Kristine Reynardus, Giselle de la Rau, Maria Calandrais; SECOND ROW: Alexa Cruz, Daniel Carbonero; THIRD ROW: Jerry Williams, Katherine Williams, Christine Sanchez, Cristian Fajardo, Felipe Parodi, Anthony Caraballo; FOURTH ROW: Agustin Granda, Sandra Taboada, Briana Klein, Andres Solares, Amanda Rodriguez, Kristina Chacon; BACK ROW: Mark Levine, Bill Chan, Nicole Katz, Phillip Chan, Katya Garcia, Thalia Garcia. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

FEC celebrated their 50th anniversary this year and some skills one can pick up in FEC are making cafecito and playing dominos.

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Federation of Club Sports

Acting as an unified representation of all club sports, the Federation of Club Sports works to promote student involvement in the current club sports as well as encourage development of new club sport offerings. FRONT ROW: Mark Whitman, Rhea Monar, Akina Nana, Eli Furman, Joachim Lopez; SECOND ROW: Carlos Juan, Dema Ammar, Madisen Liebel, Katie Brandenburg, Ben Kaminski, Adam Roberti, Laurel Brooke, Alejandra Pineda; BACK ROW: Justin Li, Madeline Hill, Celeste Baboni, Charli Beam, Gabriel Nahas, Evan Grochet, Steven Mascuerli, Ben White, Nicholas Oberndofer, Antonio Fontanella. Photo by Cody Ratcliff

FRONT ROW: Minh Van, Samreen Razuman, Christina Villar, Emilie Villaverde, Ally Chin, Cameron Breau; BACK ROW: Rajiv Tummala, Hunter Carpenter, Justin Lei, Mart Francisco, Agustin Tavares, Jose Lardizabal, Ralph Antonio, Alex Valen. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Filipino Student Association

The Filipino Student Association aims to promote Filipino culture. They have more than 14 bamboo sticks to use at their discretion, and line dancing is their fortĂŠ.

FRONT ROW: Jack Camoratto, Ashley Carvin, Nikki Ruta, Alexa Garcia; BACK ROW: Rachel Farmer, Kayla McGuiness, Antonio Espinoza, Maddie Guillard, Patrick Shipman. Photo by Haley Nepple

Gold Ribbon Club

The Gold Ribbon Club raised over $13,000 for St Jude children’s research hospital. They hosted a Spring Gala.

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Neha Raja, Preeti Gupta, Priya Sankar, Allison Kadampelil, Rhea Manohar, Ellen Kiser, Hailey Mody, Gabi D’Ambrosi. Photo by Isabella Nuccio

Healthy U Healthy Me

Within the organization’s first year, they organized the university's first Health Week. Also, they hosted a volunteer opportunity for students to promote health and wellbeing for two local elementary schools.

Homecoming Executive Committee

FRONT ROW: Keon Farmer, Rachel Mesa, Alexia Hirleman, Laura Thornton; SECOND ROW: JP Becerril, Rafael Carriellero, Luis Moas, Nia Byrd, Nicole Arguelles, Coleman Reardon, Kayla Derby, Adrian Nuñez; THIRD ROW: Peri Ellis, Asvin Sivarasa, Yessica Maltes, Andrea Candelaria, Cachay Byrd, Val Velasco, Obi Okolo; FOURTH ROW: Mary Balise, Faith Bellas, Olivia Dobrin, Patrick Brodeur, Camila Lopez Bosch, Elizabeth Pozziuli; BACK ROW: Henson Destine, Tommy Kelly, Aaron Gluck, Anuj Shash, Shamir Cetoute. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

It is completely student run and they make all decisions regarding events, decor, guest speakers and more. Their goal is to make the entire week of homecoming new, unique and exciting every year with no two years being exactly the same.

FRONT ROW: Madeline Sardinas, Richa Sandeep, Karanvir Dhother, Simar Puri, Saketh Yanamala, Varun Reddy; BACK ROW: Moeed Moosa, Meghana Chapalamadugu, Shruti Karnani, Radhika Gore, Shruti Mishra, Ruhi Kabra. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Hurricane Bhangra

Hurricane Bhangra is a co-ed competitive dance team that performs bhangra, a traditional folk dance from the region of Punjab, India.

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FRONT ROW: Beliz Eryilmaz, Maddi Brown, Natalie Granda, Chelsea Jocelyn, Tami Lake, Michael Baumhardt; BACK ROW: Daniel Watt, Bobby Campbell, Blake Hawthorne, Ali Sanchez, Hunter Carpenter, Carly Damelio. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Hurricane Productions

Hurricane Productions hosted over 225 events in eight months, all free and open to students. One of their biggest events, 'Canes Carnival, featured a performance by COIN and Two Friends and many carnival rides to celebrate the end of the school year.

FRONT ROW: Jackie Abreu, Kaitlin Castillo, Alize Ramirez-Canas, Eliana Litos, Kayla Foster, Izabella Felpeto; SECOND ROW: Mansi Hukmani, Morgan Thomson, Casey Lue, Christina Rodriguez, Veronika Seider, Sabrina Cheikhali; BACK ROW: Eric Kevin Cecil, Madison George, Olivia Baker, Sarah Franceski, Jorge Chabo. Photo by Daniel Palma

Ibis Yearbook

The Ibis Yearbook traveled to Minneapolis, Dallas, New York City and Long Beach, California for student media conventions and workshops. The staff features writers, designers, photographers and business positions that come from a wide array of academic backgrounds.

FRONT ROW: Ana Finol, Francisco Marcos, Narciso MuĂąoz, Julieta Surrentini, Stephanie Almeida, Natalia Campo, Charlotte Bowditch, Abdullah Alhasan; SECOND ROW: Roberto Garzon, Daniela Gonzalez, Marcos Serur, Adriana Gorrin, Karim Ismail; THIRD ROW: Bruna Fernandes, Leonardo Rodriguez, Mizelle Hornilla; BACK ROW: Jailyn Jenkins, Carolina Pereira. Photo by Haley Nepple

Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers Everyone on the IISE board is from a different country: Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, US, Cuba, Kuwait or Italy.

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Patrick Haller, Peter Hamilton, Martina Cardova, Rachel Daniel, Chidera Nwosu, Sumra Wahid. Photo by Jackie Abreu

Miami International Relations Association MIRA in conjunction with the Department of International Studies annually hosts an internship and non-profit networking event for students in disciplines of international studies, political science, and/or economics.

FRONT ROW: Nia Lennan, Sara St. Juste, Hannah Paul, Eli Furman, Aly Arencibia, Natalia Saitcevsky; BACK ROW: Jheanelle Miller, Anthony Preston, Bryce Pickett, Melany Rosario, Sydney Good. Photo courtesy KAOS

KAOS

KAOS, a hip hop dance crew, performed twice during halftime at Miami Heat games. They also perform at events on campus such as the Charity Art Show to benefit hurricane relief and a fall and spring showcase.

Rodrigo Arauz, Anya Boysamides, Zach Grissom, Sarah OrtizMonasterio, Camila Moreno, Beatriz Chinea, Jackie Yang, Neha Rajan, Sissi Chinea. Photo by Cody Ratcliff

Mangrove

Mangrove has been published in various forms since the 1990's and went from being a graduate student-run publication to an independent undergraduate publication.

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ALL THAT GLITTERS In the Miami v. Syracuse halftime show, sophomores Giana Scarpiniti and Chelsea Lovell are all smiles for the crowd. Photo by Jenny Abreu

Shake up

SOME

SPIRIT

An energetic and sensational dance group, the Sunsations drives the crowd wild at every

By Mansi Hukmani & Alize Ramirez-Canas

kids and teach them dance skills. “We often work with kids where we share

UM affiliated game. As the school’s official

our dance skills or just play around with them,”

dance team, they embody school spirit and

said Sydney Good. “It’s such a rewarding

promote Hurricane pride at home games as well

experience.”

as games abroad. “The experience of being on the field for every game is a feeling words can’t even describe,” said Chelsea Lovell. The Sunsations practice and train almost

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The Sunsations work hard to bring excitement and spirit to the field and the court as the official dance team of the university

Despite their varied backgrounds, they come together with one goal: to be one of the best dance teams out there. “The best part about being a Sunsation is the sisterhood and bond the team shares.

every day for hours on end, working to

It’s a small group of close knit girls and we do

represent the school in the best light possible.

practically everything together,” Sydney Good.

Apart from performing at games, they also

“We all share such a passion for dance and for

devote themselves to charitable events. They

the university, so it is always such an amazing

participate in programs where they work with

experience to dance at all the games.”

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"The best part about being a Sunsation is the sisterhood and bond the team shares."


Q&A

EMILY SIERRA

Sophomore

Q: What is your favorite routine?

A: I'd say my favorite routine was called "All the Way Up." Choreographed by UM alum Casey Rosenberg. It was my favorite because the choreography really challenged me as a dancer to try different things. It took us about four hours with the choreographer to get it engraved into our brains. We performed it for the first time during basketball season at the UM v. Virginia game!

WATCH ME Sophomore Emily Sierra shows off the strength and skill that is required to be a Sunsation during their photoshoot in Wynwood. Photo by Bert Budde

NOTHING BUT NET Supporting the Miami Hurricanes basketball team, Sunsations Jessica Bayuk, Jordan Wilde, Sydney Good, Delaney Valdes and Tyler Stewart perform a new set of choreography. Photo by Jenny Abreu

CHECK THIS OUT Dressed in a camouflage ensemble, dancers Karen Slattery, Natalie Abatemarco, Shirley Gelman, Sarah Miranda, Sophia Janotha, Chelsea Lovell, Jessica Bayku, Giana Scaepiniti and Tyler Stewart finish their number with a strong pose. Photo by Bert Budde

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FRONT ROW: Leyi Zhang, Sijia Li; BACK ROW: Isabella Trias, Isabella Askar, Apryl House, Marie Duchene, Liat Cohen, Randy Stano, Dr. Michelle Dupagne, Lizzie Wilcox. Photo by Genesis Cosme

Media Management Association

The Media Management Association's acronym, MMA, is often mistakenly associated with Mixed Martial Arts.

Brent Israel, Keenan Rodriguez, Nathaniel Burn, Sebastian Coello, Edward Dier, Augusto Acosta, Jason Bowman, William Silberg. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Men's Club Soccer

The Men's Club Soccer team is a competitive official club team at the university, and they hold tryouts every semester. There are 10 different nationalities represented on the team.

FRONT ROW: Michael Dvornik, Noah Kraus, Sven Bornemann, Justin Martin, Jacob Haaker, Adiel Hernandez, Bret Gittleson; BACK ROW: Sarthak Chakravarty, Lucas Neal, Jon MacMoyle, Pablo Espat, Evan Gruchot, Ethan Fishman, Andrew Binder, Jason Betz, Alec Musinsky, Coach Dan Marinberg. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Men's Club Volleyball

The team engages in competitive tournaments across Florida to they are made up of 1/5 people from New Jersey and 1/4 people from Florida, much like the rest of the campus.

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FRONT ROW: Alessia Cusumano, Aliyah Butler, Adele Devito, Amy Houser, Vivian Phung; SECOND ROW: Jess Luk, Celeste Balboni, Molly Sondel, Jenny Davis, Savannah McCaskill, Kylie Lavine, Sarah Ercia; BACK ROW: Giselle Spicer, Sammi Mirante, Paige Poulsen, Patricia Victor, Rachael Vukovinsky, Danae Lally, Caroline Wortman. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Miami Motion

Miami Motion is entirely student run and led. Their choreography is done by the members, and this allows members to introduce new choreography styles if they are interested to.

Miami Interfaith Council

Miami Interfaith Council won the SOAR Award for Excellence in Programming for their Religion Awareness Day Event. Their goal is to create a culture of belonging for all students. Megan Lipsky, Rabbi Lyle Rothman, Dr. Ashmeet Oberoi, Sahana Kamisetty, Qismat Niazia. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Orthodox Christian Fellowship

The goal of OCF is to support fellowship on campus, to experience and witness the Orthodox Christian Church through community life, prayer, service to others and study of the Faith (Acts 2:42). Priscilla Rivera, Daniel Gizachew, Eden Mekonnen, Yiorgos Takoudis. Photo by Eric Kevin Cecil

FRONT ROW: Jade Bravo, Adapta Ewulu, Leah Dodds, Monica Ramirez, Gina Whealan, Tamia Medina, Adaora Ewulu; SECOND ROW: Erika Garza, Abdul Khan, Joshua Puentes, Qxotic Minh, Van Minh, Roxanne Alvarez, Emilio Acosta; BACK ROW: Elijah Ham, Varun Mohar. Photo by Isabella Nuccio

Minority Association of Pre-Health Students They work with 100 Black Men, the mentor organization, and have programming useful to prehealth students such as medical student panels and visits from medical student representatives.

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FRONT ROW: Karthik Meiyeppan, Alfonso Cuellar; BACK ROW: Atharv Patwardhan, Daniel Nepomechie, Richard Aurrecochea, Andre Madrid, Cameron Bracey, Pranav Chugh, Sydney Harley, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Ryan Cheng, Rachel Daniel, Karen Sancen, Redmond Willis. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Model United Nations

Each spring they hold a Comedy Central style roast for all the outgoing seniors to commemorate their time on the team.

Adrien Amoaku, Lorna Appiah, Sharod Hinton, Jada Antoine, Dewayne Washington. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

National Association of Black Accountants NABA members have held various positions in many honor societies including Iron Arrow, Mortar Board, and ODK.

FRONT ROW: Nia Lennan, Katya Saunders, Nyota Edjidjimo, Elise Herschlag, Kay Ann Henry, Stefanie Suarez, Junyi Yang, Sofia Mohammad; BACK ROW: Mackenzie Buckley, Kassadi Buliah, Paula Da Silen, Antonia Bartlett, Naomy Lelis, Liz Irving, Neemi Patel, Demaree Rios, Florianne Jacques, Theresa Simon, Kaylie Cohen, Dana McGeehan. Photo by Kayla Foster

National Organization of Women

They are an affiliate of the National NOW that was founded in 1966 by the famous activist Betty Friedan.

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FRONT ROW: Shwetha Mudalegundi, Meghana Shownkeen, Meghana Jami, Areeba Khan, Timothy Mitchell; BACK ROW: Jonathan Lo, Adam Wahl, Kevin Griffin, Ernest Barral, Cody Andreoni. Photo by Veronika Seider

Nu Rho Psi

The University of Miami chapter is the first Nu Rho Psi chapter in the state of Florida. They are the National Honor Society in Neuroscience.

FRONT ROW: Rochelle Toulabi, Jaclyn Lopez, Alexa Aguiar; BACK ROW: Sean Griffin, Alexandra Garcia, Kayle Edwards, Jamie Brunsworth, Adam Wahl. Photo by Alize RamirezCanas

Optom-Eyes Pre-Optometry Club

Annually they volunteer to help run an Easter egg hunt for visually impaired children. The eggs beep so the children can use their hearing rather than sight to find the eggs.

Kayla Hippolyte-Wade, Brandon Hadeed, Bobby Campbell, Josh Dinetz, Paige Petrille, Henry Furst. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

Patio Jams

During the school year, Patio Jams booked 32 concerts. Their lineup includes Miami-based artists, and they have Moonlight Jams events that take place in the evening rather than during the day.

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They are catered towards advocating reproductive justice, sexual health rights and creating a safe environment to talk about reproductive health.

Planned Parenthood Generation Action

Most members aren't photography majors but STEM majors who just love photography as a hobby. They learn new skills from each other in order to improve their photos.

FRONT ROW: Jackie Mirza, Seraphina Choi, Haley Missa; BACK ROW: Summer Singh, Kathryn Henshaw, Sierra Jensen, Charlie Esposito. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Photography Club Li Ziji, Miao Ai, Ye Tao, Alec Druth, Elizabeth Whitson, Chantal Bernard, Crystal Nattoo. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity

Dr. Miami hosted their philanthropy event, the Anatomy Fashion Show and they raised more than $10,000 for Children’s Miracle Network.

FRONT ROW: Elizabeth Acevedo, Lily Acheampomaa-Piasare, Deborah Adeyemi, Tracey Agyeiwaa-Piasare, Dema Ammar, Chitra Banarjee, Amber Guiao, Veronica Betancur; SECOND ROW: Gabrielle Bigham, Olivia Cabanas, Natasha Cammer, Vincent Cendan, Tiffany Crawford, Thomas De Leon, Pedro Diaz, Stephanie Duarte, Adam Eibel, Charles Esposito, Brian Faller; THIRD ROW: Rachel Farmer, Annelise Fernandez, Rogelio Gonzalez, John Graham, Christian Guevara, Hunter Hampton, Emilio Hospedales, Michael Huzior, Bryan Ibarra, Rachel Katz, Hannah Kenny, Ruby Kleinbard-Taylor, Marc Levine, Taylor Lindstrom, Emma Lunking,Carolina Mallar, Christina Markopoulos, Mackenzie McDougal, Erik McKee, Farrah Mohammed, Laura Molina; FOURTH ROW: Soyoung Moon, Kunal Naik, John Neill, Michael Nesheiwat, Michelle Ng-Reyes, Morgan Nicholson, Obianeze Okolo, Maria Orbe, Olivia Ostermann, Abigail Panneton, Shareen Patel, Michael Qureshi, Emily Rabinovich, Claudia Ramirez, Jackie Rodriguez; BACK ROW: Ulises Rodriguez, Carla Rodriguez, Lorena Roman, Francesco Sautto, Valerie Schraer, Serene Shehadeh, Patrick Shipman, Joshua Simpson, Sai Singh, Sam Smith, Kate Smith, Brandon Stahl, Lucas Tozzi, Adrianna Uhlar, Daniela Usuga, Brianna Valdes, Sofia Vignolo, Samantha Waddell, Jonathan Wainblat, Laura Wubker, Chengcheng Zheng, Emily Ahearn, Vasilis Alexelis, Emily Berkowitz, Selena Berry, Olivia Burke, Mateo Cardona Mejia, Millie Chokshi, Jacobo Fux, Alexandria Hawkins, Sierra Jensen, Cristina Kontogiannis, Vignesh Krishnamoorthy, Jasmine Marquez, Olivia Medeiros, Josie Merkett, Damien Stahl, Samantha Tano, Ademide Young, John Zizzo. Photo by Eliana Litos

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FRONT ROW: Jane Huh, Olivia Bobes, Bridget Gidlow, Jessica Triche, Yamilet Soler, Caitlin Calvo, Jaime Harn; BACK ROW: Matthew Murphy, Katie Giacobbe, Shane Anderson, Kaili Ganigan, Katharine Hornish, Claire Feinberg, Alexandra Behre, Kinnon McGrath, Kerry Smallman. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity has over 300,000 initiated members with five sitting Supreme Court Justices.

Phi Mu Alpha

The recycling initiative that Phi Mu Alpha does each March has been around for over three decades, and they were founded the same year as Barq's Root Beer. FRONT ROW: Christopher Vanacore, Masimius Watson, Benjamin Limer, Martin Alexander Arellano, Lovell Rose, Cathryn Lovett, Eitan Snyder, Wycliffe Grafton Jr., Nicholas Katz, CJ Palma, Jeff Diamond, Chase Gasko, Max Rosenfeld, Donald Fielding; BACK ROW: Brian Walters, Leo Kleyman, Charles Haines, Trenton Voytko, Gregory Gray Kafkes, Tanner Schaper, Rafael de la Zerda, PJ Chemont, Edwin Ulloa, Cameron Parrelly, Jordan Craft. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Phi Sigma Pi

FRONT ROW: Rose Thatcher, Danny Urkov, Rachel Prostko, David Barr, Neal Taibel, Chelsea Chico, Sasha Syunkova, Valeria Dimitryuk, Elizabeth Davioli, Jorge Banegas, Sophia Watret, Josh Stoller; SECOND ROW: Jackie Lopez, James Hsiao, Dilraj Cambow, Vanessa Baille, Mollie Cole, Kevin Ramrattan, Gina Panarese, Johnathan Gray, Katie Giacobbe, Mo Raza; BACK ROW: David Tzeel, Rachael Eickmeyer, Tiffany Vlasenko, Akash Villait, Curtis Mitchell, Dylan Kirschenbaum, Nick Oberndorfer, Cindy May. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

Phi Sigma Pi National Co-ed Honor Fraternity was the winner of Relay for Life.

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Q&A

JOZIE SCHRODER

Junior

Q: What is your favorite outfit

Q: What is your favorite event

A: My favorite uniform would

A: My favorite event to

and why?

probably be our white and orange uniform because it is the one where the "U" is the most visible. Wearing that uniform makes me proud to represent the 'Canes while dancing!

to perform at?

perform at is always Homecoming! Seeing the whole school come out while dancing under the fireworks is an amazing feeling.

TIME TO SHINE Waiting for the Frost Band of the Hour to cue them off, junior Kristina Bye and sophomore Danielle Buck get in position for the start of their performance. Photo by Jenny Abreu

WELCOME TO THE 'U' At 'Canes Kickoff, the Hurricannettes welcome the incoming freshman to the U family and teach them cheers they will need to know for the start of football season. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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IT'S GAME DAY, MIAMI Outside of the Student Fan Zone, the Hurricanettes alongside the Frost Band of the Hour perform for the students as they begin making their way inside the stadium during the Hurricane Walk. Photo by JC Ridley

ALL SMILES One with the music, junior Claudia Perez performs her heart out, hoping her energy gets fans just as excited. Photo by JC Ridley


What's

MUSICDANCE? without

As part of the Frost Band of the Hour, the Hurricanettes dance team adds an extra element to the band’s performance and enhances the experience for the fans by boosting team spirit

By Kaitlin Castillo

While music is fun to listen to, it’s even more entertaining to

four times a week for a total of nine hours in order to nail

dance to and no team knows that better than the Hurricanettes.

performances. All of this hard work does not go unnoticed or

In conjunction with the Frost Band of the Hour, the team

unrewarded. As members of the Hurricanettes, dancers receive

supports the athletic teams and puts on a performance for the

a stipend, class credit, front row seats for all Hurricane athletic

audience. Whether it’s singing the alma mater at the end of a

events they perform for, free workouts from Soul Cycle and Pure

football game or performing at halftime on the basketball court.

Barre, free tanning from Sobe Tan by Fabiola, free hair treatment

Sophomore Jillian Scott says, “I love being able to express my school pride through dance. You’re right at the heart of some of the largest events like Homecoming and you can feel the whole energy of the school.” While they make it seem flawless, the team practices

from Blo Blow Dry Bar, free teeth whitening from Fountainbleau Dentistry and free waxing from European Wax Center. Sophomore Sydney Jarrett says, “Ultimately though, performing for our ‘Canes and representing our school is the best benefit of being a Hurricanette.”

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FRONT ROW: Bailey Coleman, Rafael Molina, Perri Pepperman; SECOND ROW: Eliana Litos, Kate Smith, Brendan Murnen, Mukta Vibhute, Rachael Snyder; BACK ROW: Ella Polkrifka, Emma BartleyDier, Lea Tordjman, Sabrina Anand, Evan Isackson, Cat Cutrone, Natalie Hickerson. Photo by Eliana Litos

Plant Based 'Canes

Plant Based 'Canes spreads awareness on living a plant based lifestyle. At every meeting, free vegan meals are offered.

FRONT ROW: Cindy May, Akina Nana, Camila Vizcarrond; BACK ROW: Nikole Rizzo, Ashley Garb, Kelli Herrin, Noah Kim. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Pre-Pharmacy Club

With the first full year that UM had a pre-pharmacy club, the graduated seniors are the first members to go to pharmacy school with having been in such club.

FRONT ROW: Shayna Goldstein, Emily Aguila, Emily Wexler, Monica Ramirez, Natasha Cammer, Vilet Torrez, Stephanie Franco Averbach; MIDDLE ROW: Kyla Leonard, Amy Wagman, Lauren Milgram, Diana Mejia, Alex Botto, Belen Hervera, Beatriz da Rosa; BACK ROW: Carmen Lechin, Caroline Reid, Karina Luftey, Violet Sullivan, Kassadi Bulich, Amanda Lambert, Ava Burstyn, Pharr West, Amanda Crowley. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

Psi Chi

Annually, the organization fundraises for Hilarity for Charity by hosting a Psi Chi Tie Dye. The benefits Alzheimer’s disease awareness and research.

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FRONT ROW: Cameron Macones, Samantha Shedd; SECOND ROW: Benjamin Hall, Stephanie Neal, Delaney Farrell, Matthew Bernanke; THIRD ROW: Lily Wittle, Gabi Greenberg, unsure, Jessica Daly, Emily Storrs, Rachel Prostko; BACK ROW: Anne DenOtter, Phallon TullisJoyce, Rachel McCormick, Megan Howson, Joshua Zahner, Nicholas Shoupp, Sean Culm, Jacob Norry. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Rho Rho Rho

Rho Rho Rho is a marine and atmospheric science honor society, and has a volleyball team called the Tridents that won the IM volleyball championship in the spring.

Racquetball Club

The Racquetball Club is open to everyone regardless of skill level. Members can learn and grow their skill in the sport. Nathaniel Furman, Yifan Zhang. Photo by Morgan Thomson

Taekwondo Club

The club trainings follow the regulations of the World Taekwondo Federation. FRONT ROW: Natalie Castillo, Neda Mokhtari, Carson Pinker; BACK ROW: Ivan Lopez, Colin Speirs, Zuri McFarlane, Shae Krishnaswamy. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

FRONT ROW: Gracie Gigliotti, Maeve McKeeby, Cate Chase, Katie Delisser, Liv Keefe, Liv Gassner, Briana Gomes; BACK ROW: Remi Hutchins, Andrew Thompson, Kyle Magno, Ray Mangiaratti, Ben Ringrose, John MacMoyle, Parker Hughes, Andrew Scotti, Enzo Newhard, Geoffrey Calderone, Frank Lizza, Nash Whitacre. Photo and caption courtesy of Sailing Hurricanes

Sailing Hurricanes

This picture was taken during a practice that was filmed by an ESPN crew and that made up a short segment which aired during the ESPN College GameDay show at UM in November.

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Special Olympics

Sociology and Criminology Club

Kayla Foster

FRONT ROW: Natalie Granda, Lauren Lipsky, Phoebe Suazo, Juliana Dalleva; BACK ROW: Annie Louk, Yifan Zhang, Aurora Borgen, Julian Carter, Samantha Shea, Lauryn Coleman, Dr. Sokol-Katz. Photo by

The Sociology and Criminology Club works to raise awareness of several social issues such as mental health and prisoner disenfranchisement. They have meetings with guest speakers, documentary viewings and always, pizza.

FRONT ROW: Corinne Zrada, Megan Rittenberg, Courtney Adelman, Eliza Schneider, Tyanna Lakeman, Dana Webb; BACK ROW: Annika Socha, Chip Dawe, Colin Flannagan, Will Stickle. Photo by Kendall

Special Olympics at UM is a great way to get involved in the community while providing special Olympics athletes with a fun and welcoming college experience that most are unable to have.

Eisenberg

Scuba Club

The Scuba Club is the largest club on campus and their president won FCS' Most Outstanding Club President of the Year.

FRONT ROW: Drew Martin, Sierra Strattan, Kelly Mcloughlin, Sagar Sharma, Carolyn Hamman, Jordan Strnad, Nicolas Martinez, Sergii Galaganiuk, Miles Truslow, Ryan Walpole, Michaela Harrington, Josh Domingue, Martyna Zdaniukiewicz, Kara Bruckert-frisk, Aliyah Butler; BACK ROW: Ben Wright, Dylan Aron, Cryus Moradi, Michael Deantonio, Samuel Kuo, James Tirado, Mackenzie Wilhelm, Lindsey Gordon, Saige Schuster, Olivia Wiggon, Allison Messenger, Emily Green, Claire Griffin, Yi Chng, Konnor Payne, Miguel Minutti, Mikayla Quigley, Corinne Allen, Madison Darish, Paige Poulsen, Olivia Watts, Julia Gross, Tamara Popovska, Rebecca Hibbard, John Carberry, Cassidy Rice, Benjamin Hall, Jackson Guay, Gabrielle Mea, Henry Lord, Alec Musinsky, Micaela Stoner, Jack McDade, Kristin Butler, Margaux d’Arbeloff, Dana Biddle, Max Braun, Zachary Currier-Martin, Stacy Griffith, Merryl Froney, Carly Sellers, Paige Flannery, Christian Pascual, Alyssa Basdavanos, Stefanie Getz, Marisa Stephens, Parker Kellan, Sean Culm, Gabrielle Greenberg, Joe Tsuji, Sara Anderson, Nevis Fregien, Adam Roberti, Adam Strubeck, Conrad Casente, Alana Carolan, Diana Dowd, Rachel Voetzel, Patrick Kiel, Reid Yenor, Sydney Harned, Maxi Bonito. Photo by Morgan Thomson

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Scientifica Magazine

FRONT ROW: Christina Jayaraj, Olivia Cox, Corinne Allen, Alexis Paul, Shravya Jasti; SECOND ROW: Catherine Huynh, Bhavana Srikakolapu, Collin Connors, Gabriela Lee, Caitlin Dowell-Esquivel, Caitlin Smith, Jarelis Cabrera, Elizabeth Whitson; BACK ROW: Ka Lam Ngyuen, Anuj Shah, Aditya Shah, Sahil Patel, Aaron Chait, Nikhil Rajulapati, Michael Qureshi, Trevor Birenbaum, Phoebe Cohen, Samantha Roberts, Rachna Rahul, Steven Lang, Sandra Taboad. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

UMiami Scientifica Magazine, UM's dedicated undergraduate scientific magazine won a Silver Crown Award for its publication excellence from Columbia Scholastic Press Association in March.

Eric Delgado, Gabrielle Argimon, Alex Arellano, Jose Veliz, Austin Hammonds, Catalina von Wrangell, Benjamin Montgomery, Dana Kaufman, Wesley Thompson, Ben Webster. Photo by Genesis Cosme

Society of Composers, Incorporated SCI collaborated with a prominent Miami music organization, Kaleidoscope MusArt, to create a concert featuring music by UM composers performed by pianists from the arts group.

FRONT ROW: Rose Thatcher, Dani Coogan, Swati Narasimhan, Rachael Snyder, Sarah Machado; SECOND ROW: Jordane Bloomfield, Sea Amundsen, Jenna Shorten, Grace Johnston, Blaise Garfall, Maisy Lam; BACK ROW: Mitchell Hamann, Jacquie Pape, Elizabeth Scheidt, Brianna Bujnowski, Katelyn Menninger. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Society of Women Engineers

All the members of the group are engineers, but some are also talented musicians, artists, bakers, photographers, dancers and more.

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HURRICANE WARNING Overlooking Hard Rock Stadium, Category 5 reminds everyone that it’s always about the "U" by displaying hurricane flags over the student section prior to the start of a football game. Photo courtesy Category 5

THE MOST

SPIRITED In charge with keeping school spirit high, Category 5 organizes events and giveaways for students throughout the year

By Sabrina Cheikhali

Category 5 is the Spirit Programming Board of the University of Miami. A branch of Student Government, the organization strives to serve as a bridge between the student body and the Athletics Department to create unique giveaways and external events to unite the student body with student athletes. One of the most well-known Category 5 initiatives is the fire extinguishers in the student section during each football game. A new project that was worked on during the year was Fan Zone, a designated tailgate alternative created for students who want a safe, comfortable and fun experience. Fan Zone featured free food catered during each tailgate, a photo both, corn hole, a live DJ and other giveaways. Other than Fan Zone, they hosted Student Athlete Week – a week-long event that consisted of a karaoke competition, video game tournaments and a field day to celebrate the student athletes and all that they do in the classroom and in their respective sports. For Basketball, the organization continued the tradition of Camp Out, which allowed students to camp out on the Green and have early access to a basketball game and consisted of different activities, food and giveaways. Besides football and basketball, they also do giveaways for baseball and Olympic sports like track and field, swim and dive, and tennis. Their ultimate goal is simple: to foster spirit amongst the student body and to connect students to athletic events and student athletes.

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SOARING TO NEW HEIGHTS At the annual Soar Awards, Category 5 Members Kyle Mastoloni, Michael Warrell, Valeria Velasco, and Anoop Desai accept the award for the “Most Spirited." Photo by Sabrina Cheikhali

SQUAD GOALS Juniors Rafael Cariello, Kyle Mastoloni, Anoop Desai, sophomore Michael Warrell, and junior Valeria Velasco take a moment after a high-energy football game to pose for the camera. Photo by Sabrina Cheikhali

SMELLS LIKE 'CANES SPIRIT Members of the executive board, Shelby Thomas, Parth Desai, Anoop Desai and Sabrina Cheikhali demonstrate their 'Canes spirit by throwing up the "U" before the Georgia Tech v. Miami game. Photo courtesy Category 5

TURNING OVER FOR THE TURNOVER CHAIN With the popularity of the Turnover Chain, senior and Category 5 Chair Rachel Russel readies for a giveaway featuring t-shirts with the chain on it. Photo by Sabrina Cheikhali

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FRONT ROW: Suzanne Stremler, Alexa Skolnik, Mary Balise, Emma Lam, Katherine Hollingsworth; SECOND ROW: Liv Keefe; BACK ROW: Eleanor Johnson, Roscoe Generato, Caleb Sun, Sebastian Needham, Gabriella QuiĂąones. Photo by Haley Nepple

SpectrUM

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FRONT ROW: Emily Bajalia, Sai Singh, Sahana Kamisetty, Amy Meltzer, Sarena Kalap, Ben Ringrose, Daniel Borges; BACK ROW: Nathaniel Burn, Rishubh Shah, Ali Mirza, Patrick Kiel, Jay Shroff, James Lai, Dhyey Desai. Photo by Hayeon Oh

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FRONT ROW: A'Doriann Bradley, Raisa Ahmed, Melanie Zimmerman, Micaela Stoner; BACK ROW: Jose Mota, Emmi Velez, Kyle Kingma, Blake Kaplan. Photo by Haley Nepple

Student Alumni Ambassadors

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Student Athlete Advisory Committee

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FRONT ROW: Kevin Fish, Jessica Shevlin, Alessandria San Roman; BACK ROW: Stephanie Rosner, Eliana Zambrana, Haley Cove, Rode Carpio, Sara Ptachik, Christopher Lynch. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Student Bar Association

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FRONT ROW: Antonella Valdivia, Kaitlin Castillo; SECOND ROW: Rachel Schueller, Coleman Reardon, Kelli Finnegan, Chelsea Mulkey, Becca Yahr; BACK ROW: Shaan Khosla, Torrey Crosby, Carlos Rohl, Madison Brown. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

Student Center Complex Advisory Council

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TAMID

TAMID hosted its inaugural TAMID Tank startup competition this year where over 30 startups competed and 400 students attended. They've been at the university since 2012 and their mission is to connect business-minded students with Israel's economy. FRONT ROW: David Eides, Brandon Friedman, Anthony Sardella, Andy Smith, Pamela Onorato, Tyler Busby, Sandi Besen, Mollie Cole, Chris Hagen; MIDDLE ROW: Christian DiClemente, Sam Pidgeon, Adrien Ramsamy, Nazir Crump, Nosa James; BACK ROW: Daniel Benayoun, Blake Meyerson, Tim Scafaria, Uday Avula, Max Shevlin, Kristen Onorato, Richard Holmes, Juliet Fern, Tanner Coarse, Isabelle Touma, Justin Grauer, Arielle Halldin, Joelle Fleisher. Photo by Kaitlin Castillo

FRONT ROW: Karen Slattery, Shirley Gelman, Delaney Valdes, Natalie Abatemarco, Sarah Miranda, Ally Citro, Juliana Richards; SECOND ROW: Chelsea Lovell, Sydney Good, Tyler Stewart, Emily Sierra, Sophia Janotha; BACK ROW: Jordan Wilde, Allison Laforce, Kristina Beyer, Jessica Bayuk, Giana Scarpiniti, Sydney Mathis. Photo courtesy and caption provided by Sunsations

Sunsations

The Sunsations are the official dance team of the university and dance on the sidelines and perform routines. Prior to each performance, the group forms a circle and yells "Sun Squad!"

FRONT ROW: Christina Loisel, Rhyann Burt, Halle Fields, Michelle Boursiquot, Elizabeth Fusco, Allison Ruka, Cynthia Vento, and Claudia Perez; BACK ROW: Terrell Key, Caterina Papadopulos, Sondra Pearson, MasimiusWatson, Mick Gibbons, Nathan Furman, Travis Quinn, Donald Fielding, Angel Moratoya. Photo by Kayla Foster

Tau Beta Sigma

The chapter, Gamma Epsilon, was the first chapter in the country to be co-ed before the sorority was officially deemed co-ed. Members are a part of collegiate bands and serve the university and the greater community.

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The Agamedes Chapter of Alpha Rho Chi

APX Agamedes chapter dedicated its philanthropy efforts to help the Humane Society of Greater Miami by fundraising with bake sales and an event where customers were able to pie volunteers. FRONT ROW: Tiffani Banks, Valeria Dimitryuk, Emily Fusilero, Natalie Lipsey, Yasmine Benchekroune, Daniella Huen, Jessica Flores, Erin Hickey, William Barrett, Shannar O'Connor; SECOND ROW: Michael Burke, Elsa Hiraldo, Laura Beltran, Israel Martinez, Frances Gelbart, Fioriana Larche, Daniella Cancel, Hitomi Maeno, Sarah Ercia, Florianne Jacques, Connor Murray, Skyler Lowden, Maaryam Alanzi; BACK ROW: Jheanelle Miller, Josh Kleinberg, Kyle Ferry, Regyne Heurtelou, Amanda Arrizabalaga, Jesse Alvarez, Juan Ochoa, Jose Mozza, Alex Underwood, David Holmes, Emily Kopke, Jaime Toro, Bennett Buetow, Gabriel Soomar. Photo by Kayla Foster

FRONT ROW: Richard Aurrecoechea, Chandran Venkatachalam, Nicholas Hartman, Ryo Mochizuki; BACK ROW: Kathryn Forcone, SerĂŠ Politano, Stephen Angell, Sebastian Escarfuller, Santiago Angaramo, Andrew Higgins. Photo by Jorge Chabo

The Boxing Club

The Boxing Club is both recreational and competitive, depending on what each member's goal is. Two members of the team won National Champion titles; Ryo Mochizuki, and Namir Hakem.

FRONT ROW: Emily Dulohery, Caitlin Costa, Isabella Cueto; BACK ROW: Hunter Crenian, Amanda Herrera, Ann Cappetta, Elizabeth Gelbaugh Tommy Fletcher. Photo by Cody Ratcliff

The Miami Hurricane

They made an "al dente noodle chain" (inspired by the Turnover Chain) and would award it each week to the person who was at the top of his or her game, working hard. They had a pasta necklace pinned to the board that they would use to crown the person.

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WINNING a different way Cartel has an atypical season but still comes out thriving with a stronger, more united team

By Zach Silberberg

One throw and catch and just like that the game and with it, the season, was over with another loss. While Cartel, the club ultimate frisbee team, may not have had the traditional successful season full of wins, they accomplished more than what the record can show. The team was comprised of seven seniors and eight rookies, with only one or two players representing each of the two middle years. With experience at two separate ends, building chemistry proved to be a challenge. “It was difficult at times because the seniors were ready to capitalize on three years of training and the rookies were only finding their footing in the game,” senior co-captain Benjamin Caplan said. Practice after practice, seniors, rookies and the other members had to work on figuring out each other’s play style and evolving a chemistry that was already present within the seniors and rest of the team. “It was great to improve with these guys and find my role in the team. Working with them and finding my own niche within a team that already had its chemistry and building on that for the team this season was special,” freshman Ronen Pink said. With room to improve for everyone, the captains, Caplan and junior Bobby Williams, and coach Jimi Glaze focused on the fundamentals to improve the team. “This helped the team rally around the idea that regardless of age, improving your own skills would help improve the team as a whole,” Caplan said. Cartel played five tournaments and faced several of the top teams in the nation, but possibly no loss was tougher than the last of the season against North Florida. A game where they found themselves down 7-3 and playing frigid. Cartel, seniors, rookies and everyone in-between climbed back into the game, playing perhaps their best frisbee of the season. They would go on to tie it 10-10 but couldn’t pull off the victory and went on to lose 13-12. A loss that ended not only the season, but the careers of half the team; which is exactly what they had become. No longer seniors, rookies, and in-between, they were Cartel.

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SNAKE IN THE GRASS Seniors Peter Khoury, Matthew Walter, Joachim Lopez, Zach Silberberg, Benjamin Caplan, Andres Reid, and William Ahlemeier embrace after the last game of their careers while junior Bobby Williams hides behind them. Photo courtesy Cartel CLAP IT UP Senior Peter Khoury focuses on the disc after beating his defender and prepares to make the catch. Photo courtesy Cartel


SUNS OUT, GUNS OUT Playing in Charleston, South Carolina, senior William Ahlemeier battles the wind while preparing to make the catch. Photo courtesy Cartel

SURVEY SAYS Senior Zach Silberberg, with disc in hand, surveys the field looking for an open receiver as his defender marks him. Photo courtesy Cartel

AIR RADEN Sporting a floppy hat to battle the sun, junior Raden Gustinvil soars above his defender in an attempt to come down with the disc. Photo courtesy Cartel

MAXIMUM EFFORT Suspended in the air, senior Zach Silberberg makes the one-handed grab as two FIT defenders and sophomore Sean Griffin look on. Photo courtesy Cartel

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Jennifer Kiefer, Christopher Brian, Daniel Barrett, Jamilah Muhammad, Brennan Staaf, Narissa Agustin. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Theatre Action Group

Four of the current executive board members were on the original board that created the Canes Care event benefiting Broadway Cares Equity Fights Aids. They raised over $1,500 for the cause.

FRONT ROW: Ben Keminski, Kevin Heymann, Mairin Murphy, Becca Lynch, Jenna Ferolie, Jean Phillip Shami; BACK ROW: Jacqueline Kaleel, Andrew Taggarn, Alexandra Remos, David Ehrens, Jeff Larson, Mitch Rides, Nicole Belize, Cyrus Moradi. Photo by Cody Ratcliff

Tricanes, Triathlon Club Team

The Triathlon Club has been among the top three schools overall for the past four years, and most importantly, they have always beaten FSU. They compete both recreationally and competitively, and they train in the three sports in a triathlon: swimming, cycling and running.

FRONT ROW: Emma Sanders, Katy Alem, Brandi Stevens, Rikki Herrada; SECOND ROW: Sidney Sterling, Nina Kalinin, Amanda Alvarez, Remi Petit, Julia Kaplan; BACK ROW: Alexis Russel, Lexie Fioto, Dani Travis, Jessica Carro. Photo courtesy of UCheer

UCheer

UCheer All-Girls performs at football and basketball games throughout the seasons. They have been featured twice on College GameDay.

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FRONT ROW: Peyton Pullen, Ezekiel Rodriguez, Grant Coffman, Kayla Watts; SECOND ROW: Mark Farag, Torrey Crosby, Cassie Garcia, Cole Stockstill, Carolyn Covington, Bryce Stephenson-Pickett; BACK ROW: Leah Goldstein, Maya Abrams. Photo courtesy of UCheer

Co-ed UCheer

Prior to every football game the UCheer co-ed team, along the band and fans, welcome the players to the stadium during the traditional Hurricane Walk.

UJhoom

FRONT ROW: Divya Chopra, Zahra Markatia, Annika Patel; SECOND ROW: Sherina Idnani, Pooja Patel,Sharnika Saravanan, Kimmy Lam, Jasmin Dhruv, Sitara Ramambran, Priya Sankaran; THIRD ROW: Serena Shah, Samantha Medina, Aloki Patel, Dhara Patel, Rhea Manohar, Mansi Hukmani, Brianna Madrigal, Rhea Reddy; BACK ROW: Asha Ramambran, Grace Ugweke, Natasha Patel, Swetha Davuluri, Hailey Mody, Aneesha Balachander, Tanvi Bafna. Photo by Sabrina Cheikhali

UJhoom is a Bollywood fusion dance team that incorporates a variety of both traditional Indian dance styles to American hip hop and contemporary. The team is nationally ranked on the Bollywood fusion dance circuit, competing around the nation.

FRONT ROW: Ronen Pink, Peter Khoury, Matt Bird, Ben Caplan, Joachim Lopez, Garrett Valentino; BACK ROW: Sean Griffin, Matthew Walter, William O'Neil, Greg Scott, Zach Silberberg, Andres Reid, Fredrick Ahlemeier. Photo by Sabrina Cheikhali

Ultimate Frisbee

UM's mens ultimate frisbee team, Cartel played five tournaments and played against several of the top men's ultimate teams in the nation.

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DJ TURN IT UP At pool party to celebrate WVUM’s 50th anniversary, Francisco Narvaez, aka Dr. Mofongo, DJs while pizza is given away. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

THANK U General manager Emmi Vélez thanks Dean Priepke, who is their financial advisor, during her speech at the ribbon cutting ceremony for their new studio. Photo

BOUGIE For their ribbon cutting ceremony, WVUM went big with catering including chicken sliders, chips, vegetables, cake and an ice sculpture of their logo. Photo

by Alize Ramirez-Canas

by Alize Ramirez-Canas

UPGRADE In celebration of their new studio equipment, WVUM alumni were invited to celebrate the station’s milestone. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

Patricia Whitely and Steven Priepke

COOLING OFF Students enjoy the pool at WVUM’s 50th anniversary party, which was held at the UC Pool with floaties, pizza, music and snow cones. A live DJ from the studio was on site as students celebrated. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

OPEN FOR MUSIC With the station's faculty advisor Dr. Paul Driscoll, Emmi Vélez, Dr. Whitely and Dean Priepke cut the ribbon to officially open WVUM’s upgraded studio. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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keep it

LOCKED

WVUM is an award-winning, entirely

'The Voice of the University of Miami' broadcasts all over South Florida and streams worldwide, bringing high quality content to 60,000 listeners By Alize Ramirez-Canas & Mansi Hukmani

To mark this milestone, the station received

student-run radio station at the University of

$150,000 to renovate their studio with new

Miami. Their mission is to create an united South

furniture and state-of-the-art equipment. They

Florida community by putting out content

also brought in local artist aholsniffsglue to

that resonates with a diverse population. They

come in and paint the studio wall.

are Miami’s longest-running radio station that

“We were in dire need,” said junior Emmi

broadcasts alternative electronic and analog

Vélez, WVUM’s general manager. “Sometimes

music. They celebrated their 50th anniversary

the studio would fail, and we were off the

with a pool party and a renovated studio.

air and we really try to have the station be

“It started in 1967, as a pirate radio station operated out of Mahoney, operating on 10

something very professional.” In late April, the new studio was revealed

watts, not enough power to reach the entire

with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Students,

campus. In 1968, the university finally registered

administrators and WVUM alumi attended the

WVUM and just recently we celebrated the 50th

event in celebration of the station’s 50 years of

anniversary of that day,” said DJ Jack Connolly.

accomplishments.

“Sometimes the studio would fail, and we were off the air and we really try to have the station be something very professional.”

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FRONT ROW: Sydney Lorch; SECOND ROW: Jared Sterling, Perri Pepperman, Sydney Krulik, Lindsey Gordon, Andrew Weinstock, Carson Pinker, Julia Saltzman, Seth Manilove, Montana Hirschowitz; BACK ROW: Rabbi Lyle Rothman, Rachael Cohen, Amanda Wasserman, Karin Avivi, Gabe Nakash, Jake Welton, Evan Miller, Olivia Dubi, Michelle Buchbinder, Carly Greenspan. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

UM Hillel

Hillel offers Birthright, a free trip to Israel for Jewish students on campus, and they have Shabbat dinner every Friday and that everyone is welcome to attend.

FRONT ROW: Kinnon McGrath, Xhorxha Hoxha, Angelica Duque, Jessica Triche, Grace Harrington; BACK ROW: Ally Samet, Maddie Koster, Bonnie Stright, Maxwell Wray, Kay Ann Henry. Photo by Isabella Nuccio

UM Young and College Democrats The Young and College Democrats support liberal causes and aim to spread progressive ideals; they were named chapter of the year by the Florida College Democrats.

FRONT ROW: Jenni Ortega; SECOND ROW: Nina Gueshnia Dorcinvil, Cindy Aragon, Kendrick Roxas, John Ferrer, Chelsea Jane Arcalas, Sarah Stuebe, Valentina Balestrini; BACK ROW: Dominic Marentes, Agustin Tavares, Jay Obas, Julie Kim, Magdiel Castro, Matthew Carswell. Photo courtesy of Unit 305

Unit 305

Unit 305, mainly composed of first-time dancers, was able to place second in their main competition for the first time in the team's history.

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FRONT ROW: Linda Ríos , Sabrina Galarraga, Alvaro Parra, Ana Claudia; BACK ROW: Chacin, Gelys Chacin, Daniela Orlando, Aitor Luján, and Mariangela Cedeño. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

Univen

The members are all from different parts of Venezuela, but anyone who’s not from Caracas gets made fun of!

Maxwell Erickson, Frank Noska, Cecilia McCammon, Natalie Lipsey, Janis Hwang, Jackie Del Arca, William Barrett, Florence Hawkins, Katya Garcia. Photo by Kaitlin Castillo

US Green Building Council Students

They attended the Green Build Conference in Boston, and advocate for sustainable architecture and urbanism. The members are primarily architecture students, but anyone with an interest is welcome.

FRONT ROW: Kaitlyn Short, Katie Wohl, Samantha Goldman; BACK ROW: Daniel Katan, Justin Danto, Evan Airey, Amanda Hequin, Denise Ozturk. Photo by Madison George

USport

USPORT is an organization that is designed to provide members with opportunities to network in and get experience with all areas of the sport industry.

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Jump Walk, Trot,

JUMP JUMP At a meet hosted by the equestrian team at the University of Florida, junior Jessica Brady and her horse, Gio, compete. Photo courtesy UM Equestrian

An unique club sport, the Equestrian team builds bonds between students and horses and are more than just teammates

By Alize Ramirez-Canas and Mansi Hukmani

The Equestrian team is comprised of a group of students who are passionate horse advocates and love the sport of horseriding. The club is very welcoming and ensures that there is a spot for any student who wants to ride. Unexperienced students can begin by being walk and trot riders, and can eventually advance to more complicated forms of riding. While beginners may join, many of the members have been riding since they were young.

BLUE RIBBON CLUB After a competition with the equestrian team at SCAD, the team celebrates their first place achievement. Photo courtesy UM Equestrian

“I’ve been riding since I was six,” said sophomore Kate Anderson. “I competed in Equitation, Hunters, and eventually moved into Jumpers. I even took a gap year after high school to ride and show.” The equestrian team is competitive and participates in various intercollegiate horse shows around the U.S. The team hosted its very own home competition in April, and did exceptionally well in it. They have also traveled to other Florida schools for competitions, including University of Florida and Florida State University. “I love competing with the team,” said Olivia Ginsberg, who has been riding for 13 years. “We are a big family and our friendships don’t end when we leave practices and competitions.”

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ULTIMATE TRIO Freshmen Ashton Clancy and Schuyler Small and junior Jessica Brady practice after class with their respective horses for an upcoming meet. Photo courtesy UM Equestrian


FRONT ROW: Abdullah Alsahli, Yahya Bawaney, Antonio Fontanella, Elyssa Salmeron, Casey O’ Brien, Harry Okoli; SECOND ROW: Camille Henley, Andrew Balise, Stuart Raty, Kat Hollingsworth, Peter Kamenovich; BACK ROW: Garrett Valentino, Daniel Verdear, Darien Pereira, Justin Valentino, Evan Miller. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Video Game Club

The video games club is officially part of club sports. They hold events for good causes, like working with foster children and Planned Parenthood, and they have an arcade machine in their office with 150 games on it.

FRONT ROW: Joey Christenson, Ben Amsterdam, Jordan Buren, Maxx Guan, Yanni Cacho, Briana Gomez; SECOND ROW: John MacGillisray, Federico Nunez, Sean Koram, Nick Marhivez, Noah DeBickero, Daniela Gonzalez, Emily Swafford, Josh Hayes; BACK ROW: Drnyton Bagan, Will Smaha, Pat Vodges, Greg Scott, Matthew Murphy, Tameem Ismail, Steven Masiale. Photo by Cody Ratcliff

Wakeboarding Club

A group for people to wakeboard recreationally or professionally, the Wakeboarding Club hosted their first college wake contest. They had more than thirty riders from five schools attend the contest.

FRONT ROW: Leah Palomo, Peyton Heyes, Lake Lige, Dana Feeney, Dominique Fairley; BACK ROW: Madeleine Snider, Molly Fry, Anna Schaubeck, Sarah Ruttenberg, Leila Thompson, Alicia Zhang, Asst. Coach Rebekah Fay. Photo by Kaitlin Castillo

Women's Rugby

The team competes against other teams in Florida and their coach was a player for the national USA rugby team.

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FRONT ROW: Alexa Garcia, Maeve McKeeby, Gabbi D'Ambrosi, Lily Griffin, Caitlin Esty; BACK ROW: Kelly Boyle, Olivia Burke, Chloe Treaster, Isabel Sutnick, Hannah Pastore; Dominique Brown, Sam Hummel, Fabiola Velikopoljski, Tiffany Lusic, Issi Stahl, Allie Thron, Colleen Cook. Photo by Kendall Eisenberg

Women's Soccer Club The team's favorite warm up song is Miami by Will Smith.

FRONT ROW: Nikhil Delahaye, Mofongo, Joanna Jara, Lucas Martinez, Andy Rivero-Guevara Israel Aragon Bravo, Kylie Wang; BACK ROW: Octavio Rios, Julia Hienz, Osher Abuhav, Ernest Barral, Francesca Gedeon, Cedric Livingston, Ricardo MaldonadoPuebla, Elliott Robinson, Emmanuel Gorrin, Megan Abram, Marshall Arons, Max Levine, Chris Briggs, Peter Melero, Sarah Bennett, Emmi Velez. Photo by Madison George

WVUM

WVUM turned 50 and to commerate their anniversary, they renovated their studios to bring them to the modern age.

Delta Kappa Alpha

Delta Kappa Alpha, a cinematic arts fraternity, produced an eight episode web series called Meme Boy. FRONT ROW: Nicholas Punales, Madalyn Foley, Tim Donohue, Kimberly De Jesus, Luis Afiuni Avila, Sydney Gold, Stephanie Ruffolo, Zaakiyah Rogers, Savannah Geary, Beliz Eryilmaz, Rodrigo Arauz, Leo Pereira; BACK ROW: Manuel Camilion, Aaliyah Weathers, Kara Wise, Joseph Sharon, Jenna Getty, Jada Jameson, Edward Punales, Kristion Matas, Maxi Bonito, Jack Spahn, Madison Brown, Samantha Ferrand, Emily Broeckaert, Rund Shami, Kayla Brown, Mitch Traub, Val Ferrante, Tope Ekunsanmi, Nia Byrd, Christina Cancio, Austin Hammonds, Shane Meagher, Erick Lorinc, Eric Kevin Cecil, Sasha Manning, Ian MacIntyre, Phoebe Cohen, Saketh Yanamala, Josh Jones, Benjamin Edelman, Wycliffe Grafton, Jr., Lincoln Rodon. Photo by Eric Kevin Cecil

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lights,

BEHIND THE SCENES DKA members turn the Merrick Building courtyard into a film set for their web series "Meme Boy."

CAMERA,

ACTION

From hosting their own film screenings to watching the Oscars together, Delta Kappa Alpha fosters friendship between movie-lovers

By Alize Ramirez-Canas & Mansi Hukmani

Delta Kappa Alpha, University of Miami’s very own professional gender-inclusive cinema Fraternity is a creative group of individuals who share an interest in the entertainment industry and wish to foster lifelong character, collaborative and creative storytelling and fraternal bonds within the fraternity. This cinematic fraternity is not exclusive to film studies majors, making it a diverse environment of students with a range of interests. “My favorite part of being a member is just the sense of community and family it gives,” said freshman Tim Donohue. “Everyone shares a passion together and everyone challenges each other to be better.”

Photo by Maxx Pollack

DKA also hosts and participates in many events in which they can get to know all the members on a deeper level. Every year they host “Scares 'n Scores” along with the Society of Composers. The event is a film festival where student-made horror films are screened alongside a live musical performance. However, because of Hurricane Irma, this year’s event was pushed to December and was renamed “Slays n Scores” and the films were holiday themed horror films. Other fraternity events include “A Night at the Oscars,” which is open to the public, where everyone watches the Oscars together complete with a red carpet and formal attire. They also host an annual retreat for members to bond. “My favorite event is our retreat,” said Tim. “It was a lot of fun to spend the weekend with everyone. All in all, this fraternity offers its member more than just a creative outlet; it offers each and every member a lifelong family.”

HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE A professional from the RED Camera Store in Wynwood offers members an exclusive walkthrough with industry-grade film equipment. Photo by Bowen Tan

DEATH BY BRUNCH Samantha Ferrand, Santi Massa, Maddi Brown, Rund Shami and Manny Camilion star in a brunch-themed horror short produced for "Slays n Scores." Photo by Sydney Gold

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A ROOM FULL OF STARS Students from clubs and organizations on campus join to represent and celebrate their achievements at the annual SOAR Awards. Senior Antonella Valdivia, who is the chair for COSO, starts the night off with a speech. Photo by Jenny Abreu

2018 SOAR AWARD WINNERS SUSTAINABLE PROGRAM: COISO (UNITED NATIONS DAY) EXCELLENCE IN PROGRAMMING COMMUNITY OUTREACH: ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERS (THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC AND ECUADOR INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS) MULTICULTURAL & IDENTITY BASED: AFRICAN STUDENTS UNION (TASTE OF AFRICA BANQUET) RELIGION & SPIRITUALITY: MIAMI INTERFAITH COUNCIL (RELIGION AWARENESS DAY) PERFORMING ARTS: CHINESE STUDENTS AND SCHOLARS ASSOCIATION (6TH ANNUAL LUNAR NEW YEAR CELEBRATION) ACADEMIC, HONORARY, & PROFESSIONAL: STUDENT ALUMNI AMBASSADORS (DINNER WITH STRANGERS) AWARENESS/SOCIAL ACTION: UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI ALTERNATIVE BREAKS (ALTERNATIVE SPRING) BEST WEEK EVER: COISO (I-WEEK 2018 REMEMBERING OUR ROOTS) AND HOMECOMING EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (HOMECOMING 2017) AWARENESS/SOCIAL ACTION: UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI ALTERNATIVE BREAKS (ALTERNATIVE SPRING) MEDIA & PUBLICATIONS: UMIAMI SCIENTIFICA MAGAZINE (HEALTHCARE, UNCOVERED, THE GENDER GAP, WAR AND WILDLIFE) COMMUNITIES: COISO (COISO AND THE DEPARTMENT OF MULTICULTURAL STUDENT AFFAIRS CULTURAL ORGANIZATION MIXER) COLLABORATIVE PROGRAM OF THE YEAR: RELAY FOR LIFE PROGRAM OF THE YEAR: RELAY FOR LIFE RISING MEMBER OF THE YEAR: KATHERINE ATTONG-MENDES (TAU BETA SIGMA) FIRST YEAR LEADERSHIP AWARD: GISELLE DE LA RUA (FEDERACION DE ESTUDIANTES CUBANOS) SOCIAL JUSTICE ADVOCATE AWARD: CAMILA RODRIGUEZ ROJAS (MULTICULTURAL GREEK COUNCIL) STUDENT LEADER OF THE YEAR: ADRIAN NUNEZ SENIOR LEGACY AWARD: CHELSEA-JANE (CJ) ARCALAS (COISO) ADVISOR OF THE YEAR: JOY BEVERLY (U PUP) SPIRIT AWARD: CATEGORY 5 RISING ORGANIZATION: AFRICAN STUDENTS UNION NEW ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR: WRITTEN IN MY SOUL FCS ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR: UJHOOM ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR: COISO THE DAVID LIN UNSUNG HERO AWARD: ALLISON KADAMPELIL

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ALL I DO IS WIN The president of COISO, senior Chelsea-Jane Arcalas celebrates after the organization was recognized for their achievements around campus with five awards, including Organization of the Year. Photo by Jenny Abreu


exceeding

EXPECTATIONS The dedication of student organizations across campus is recognized at the annual SOAR Awards hosted by the Council of Student Organizations By Alize Ramirez-Canas

WHERE’S MINE? Runner up and honorable mentions certificates were placed on a table for students to pick up after the ceremony. Sophomore Micaela Stoner looks for her name in the pile. Photo by Jenny Abreu

THE LEGACY CONTINUES Senior Antonella Valdivia is given flowers from her advisor Sendi Brewster and in-coming COSO chair, junior Andrea Trespalacios. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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ALL HONORS Junior Luis Gonzalez celebreates being tapped into the 2018 spring Iron Arrow class. Iron

Arrow is the highest honor one can attain at the university. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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list of active

HONOR SOCIETIES BETA BETA BETA

CHI EPSILON

CHI EPSILON PI

IOTA TAU ALPHA

PHI SIGMA PI

National Co-Ed Honor Fraternity

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA

ALPHA ETA MU BETA

ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA

GOLDEN KEY INTERNATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

IRON ARROW HONOR SOCIETY

NU RHO PSI

MORTAR BOARD

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF COLLEGIATE SCHOLARS

ORDER OF THE OMEGA

OMNICRON DELTA KAPPA

PI TAU SIGMA

PSI CHI

RHO RHO RHO

SIGMA TAU DELTA

SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON

Biological Honor Society

Meteorological Honor Society

The Undergraduate Neuroscience Society

National Civil Engineering Honor Society

Athletic Training Education Honor Society

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Iron Arrow Honor Society THE HIGHEST HONOR ATTAINED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI

WHO THEY ARE

FALL TAPPING

SPRING TAPPING

There are five criteria for selection, which make Iron Arrow

Patricia Abril Lily Acheampomaa-Piasare Noureen Ahmed Chelsea-Jane Arcalas Emily Bajalia Jordan Balke Julia Belkowitz Sheryl Borg Rachel Deitz Emily Guilmette Frankie Hedgepeth Wally Layland Fiorella Magani Edwing Medina Richa Panara John Paul Russo Tomas Salerno Edward R. Shohat Laura Thornton Tsitsi Wakhisi

Alejandro Arboleda Joy Beverly Hunter Carpenter Luis Alexis Gonzalez Brianna Hernandez Sharod Hinton Alina Hudak Stephanie Ioannou Nicholas Katz Miriam Lipsky Sydney Matsumoto Felipe Parodi Carrie Penabad Kristine Reynardus Jill Richardson Kellie Scanlon Detra Shaw-Wilder Daniel R. Smith Humberto Speziani Christopher Stowell Marissa Vonesh Jonathan West

such a distinguished honor. These are leadership, character, humility, scholarship and love of alma mater. In order to qualify for membership, the candidate must be a University of Miami student, faculty, administrator or alumnus. Self-recommendations are not considered but an individual outside the tribe can recommend for the tribe to consider an individual for nomination. Final decisions are made by present members at the selections meeting held every semester. Once tapped, members of Iron Arrow receive the iconic colorful jackets handmade by Miccosukee indians.

HOW TO BE TAPPED Honoring students, faculty, staff and alumni who have contributed significantly to the "glory, fame and growth" of UM throughout its history, the Iron Arrow Honor Society was founded on the fundamental principles of promoting and protecting the history and traditions of the university. Founded in November 1926 by the university's first president, Bowman Foster Ashe, Iron Arrow is the first and oldest student organization at the "U". Iron Arrow is based on the ideals and traditions of the Seminole Indian Nation. President Ashe charged Iron Arrow with upholding the traditions of the university and to be its living history; this is the mission and duty of Iron Arrow. Iron Arrow is “the highest honor attained at the University of Miami� and members not only serve as the trustee of the traditions of the university, but a living tradition as well.

PICK ME Senior Adrian Nunez taps junior Kristi Reynardus into the 2018 spring class. Tapees are tapped with an iron arrow. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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FOLLOW ME As Son of Chief, senior Adrian Nunez leads the current members of Iron Arrow to start the tapping process. Photo by Jenny Abreu


Golden Key

THE WORLD'S LARGEST COLLEGIATE HONOR SOCIETY

WHO THEY ARE

MEMBERS

The University of Miami believes in excellence and strives to

Isabella Addeo Matthew Brotz Yisroel Bryski Sandra Camejo Minns Hunter Carpenter Amanda Castro Christopher Chapin Julia Chong Colin Cole Douglas Corsi Nino Coutelle Alyssa Cruz Gabriela Cruz Rachel Cubilla Victoria Diceglio Leah Dodds Jessica Flores Joshua Forer Alani Fraga Nathaniel Furman Shamira Gonzalez Sydney Good Kevin Gregory Amanda Hequin Lucas Hoffmann Timothy Hogan Zoe Jacoby Eve Jaffe Baylee Kennedy Davin Laskin Rachel Leder Elizabeth Lleonart Cristina Mariani Madeline Martinez Mackenzie Mayhew Kelly McBride Rory McClain Amy Meltzer Samantha Mirante Grant Mizel Marlaine Monroig Laura Morales Naja Murphy Alexis Musick John Neill Amanda Perez Stephanie Perez Rochelle Prokupets Sheng Qian James Roldan Cristina Sanchez Jilian Sansone Kristopher Serrate Elizabeth Tran Samantha Ulin Brianna Valdes Lauren Villanueva Cajohn Voltaire Madison Xilas Peter Agola Narissa Agustin Brian Aji Breanna Aldred Zach Allen Jesse Alvarez Veronica Angulo Benedetti Isabella Antonini Maria Arboleda Natalia Asenjo Molina Ariana Baklajian Celeste Balboni Andrea Barreiro Tania Benasayag

provide the best environment possible for guiding the Golden Key members to achieve in academics, leadership, and service. The 9th Golden Key chapter, UM was chartered February 21, 1979, as part of U.S. Region 3, which includes schools in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands.

WHAT IT TAKES With more than 4,000 members since 1979, the UM Golden Key chapter has been dedicated to serving its members and the local community through a variety of programming including service projects at the local Ronald McDonald House, social events, and professional development workshops. They welcome prospective members who are in the top 15% of their class and interested in service and leadership development. These members are selectively chosen based on their high academic performance throughout the semester.

DOWN TO BUSINESS Members gather at their general body meeting to discuss new programming and service projects. Photo by Victoria Diceglio

HERE TO HELP As one of their service projects, members serve food at a Ronald McDonald House event. Photo by Victoria Diceglio

Michelle Berkovich William Besl Sam Bierman Alexandra Botto Bryce Bottomly Tyler Bowman Kyra Brook Abdiel Caballero Daniela Carreras Dylan Ceder Vincent Cendan Yijing Chen Chi Ho Cheung Mark Cirillo Ally Citro Gabriella Coffield Catherine Coleman Samantha Cordasco Mariana Cordoba Michael Cutro Cedia Dallas Anil Dalling Ana D'Angelo Swetha Davuluri Hailey Delaney Maxwell Detweiler Matthew Diaz Joseph Diiorio Kalvin Dobbs Maria Drevyn Dylan Echevarria Rachael Eickmeyer Alexandra Eisman Shayel Encaoua Bentata Maxwell Erickson Madison Facciola Joshua Fayne Gabriella Feito Sydney Feyerick Jessica Fine Nicole Friedlander Brendon Gallo Sebastian Garcia James Ge Stefanie Getz Maxine Gimbel Monique Girgis Danielle Glassman Gabriella Grau Jesus Grisanti Estevez Rachel Grunert Amber Guiao Kyle Hafkey Carolyn Hamman Dennis Harrington Frankie Hedgepeth Gemma Henderson Lauren Hennelly Erica Herrin Amanda Hillegass Alexia Hirlemann Marlee Hirsch John Horan Maximilian Howson Maeve Hyer Hani Jardack Emily Kalbac Daniel Katz Sofia Kiblisky Kendall Kilberger Gabryelle Konn Paula Landron Diego Lasso Hayley Lechner

Emily Leinweber Adriana Lindenfeld Cecilia Luciano Nicholas Magal Carolina Mallar Francisco Marcos William Massey Savannah McCaskill Rachel Medeiros Lauren Milgram Dayna Morelli Stephanie Nakash Osvaldo Nunez Jesse Ojanen David Olaya Julia Paccone Cristian Padilla-Tozzi Gina Panarese Nicholas Panzo Caterina Papadopulos Morgan Parees Felipe Parodi Katarzyna Pasternak Casey Pearce Paola Perez Nico Pezzella Nicole Phocas Thomas Rappa Madelyn Rayos Stephanie Revah Ann Reynolds Gabriel Rigueiro Megan Rittenberg Shannon Roberts Ronald Rocca Hope Rovner Jacob Rubin Lauren Sackler Herveline Saintil Anna Samuel Matthew Schneiderman Sarah Schoening Steven Schuster Marcos Serur Manvi Seth Sahana Shankar Reed Shankwiler Thomas Smith Caitlin Smith Caroline Smolkin Ruba Sokrab Kyle Stewart Annie Stockel Samuel David Tcherassi Bridget Tighe Emily Todd Jenny Ulber Michael Uribe Frederic Vallejo Benito Varela Samantha Verling Istvan Von Fedak Haley Walker Justin Wang Andrew Weinstock Rachel Wetstone Emily Wexler Audrey Whitaker James Williams Adina Williamson Mark Yoder Michelle Zogby

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Rho Lambda

THE NATIONAL SORORITY LEADERSHIP RECOGNITION SOCIETY

WHO THEY ARE

NEW MEMBERS

The purpose of Rho Lambda is to honor those women within the sorority community who have

Megan Bucol Carolyn Niosi Tiffany Chalhoub Melanie Gershman Katherine Raffensperger Caroline Keith Krizia Mendez Carleigh Romano Baela Savioz Julianna Sisco Violet Sullivan Nichole Tatte Chloe Vizzone Jillian Weiss Shani Weiss

exhibited the highest qualities of leadership and service to their Greek community and their sorority. They are women who have furthered the ideals and principles of the Greek community throughout their years of sorority affiliation. The Greek letters Rho Lambda stand for Panhellenic Leadership. Those who are leaders light a torch in the darkness for others to follow, and the flame is the symbol of Rho Lambda.

WHAT IT TAKES All of their members have a minimum GPA of 3.1 and are extremely involved in Greek life and beyond. They open up application for membership in the fall. The application is open to women who are members of chapters falling under MGC, NPC and NPHC. The form can be completed on orgsync and you do not have to be a member of a sorority to nominate someone for membership.

Sigma Tau Delta

THE INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH HONOR SOCIETY

WHO THEY ARE

EXECUTIVE BOARD

Sigma Tau Delta is an international collegiate honor society for students of English at four-year

Sarah Ortiz-Monasterio Laura Manuela Quesada Chinoia Weir Brice Sewell Ellie Konn Thomas Goodmann John Funchion Joel Nickels

colleges and universities who are within the top 30% of their class and have a 3.5 GPA. It presently has over 850 chapters in the United States and abroad. The organization inducts over 9,000 new members annually, and is the largest honors organization in its field and one of the largest members of the Association of College Honor Societies (ACHS). Sigma Tau Delta's central purpose is to confer distinction for high achievement in English language, literature, and writing, and the organization is dedicated to fostering literacy and all aspects of the discipline of English.

WHAT IT TAKES Candidates for undergraduate membership must have completed a minimum of two college courses in English language or literature beyond the usual requirements in freshman English. The candidate must have a minimum of a B or equivalent average in English and in general scholarship, must rank at least in the highest thirty-five percent of his/her class, and must have completed at least three semesters or five quarters of college course work. Candidates for undergraduate membership need not be majoring or minoring in the discipline of English Candidates for graduate membership who did not hold undergraduate membership must be enrolled in a graduate program in English or one of its specializations, have completed six semester hours of graduate work or the equivalent, and have a minimum grade point average of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale.

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Omicron Delta Kappa THE NATIONAL LEADERSHIP HONOR SOCIETY

WHO THEY ARE

EXECUTIVE BOARD SPRING INITIATES

Omicron Delta Kappa is one of the oldest and most prestigious

Abdiel Caballero Nicole Thornton Victoria DiCeglio Deboarh Adeyemi Daniela Bermudez Andrea Wright

honor societies at the University of Miami. The Omicron Delta Kappa Society is the national leadership honor society for college students, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni that recognizes and encourages superior scholarship, leadership, and exemplary character. Membership in ODK is a mark of the highest distinction and honor. The purpose of Omicron Delta Kappa is threefold: 1) To recognize those who have exhibited a high standard of leadership and effectiveness in collegiate activities; 2) To bring together student leaders from all sectors of collegiate life in order to help mold the sentiment of the university for questions of local and collegiate interest; 3) To bring together members of the faculty and the student body on a basis of mutual interest and understanding.

WHAT IT TAKES To join one must be nominated; nominees may be students, faculty/administration, alumni, or Honoris Causa. All students must be in the top 35% of their class or school within the University. Undergraduate students must have completed 60 credit hours (junior status); faculty/administration members must have been with the University for at least five years; alumni must have been recognized for their leadership on both the local and national level. The nominations are of five phases of campus life: Scholarships, Athletics, Campus or Community Service, Social

FALL INITIATES Maria Acosta Ethan Paul Adre Arshia Arora Joy Beverly Vincent Cendan Sabrina Cheikhali Victoria DiCeglio Abigail Griffith Sean Harnik Erica Herrin Ruby Kleinbard Rachel Leder Yessica Maltes Rafael Paz Lauren Rodriguez Rachel Russel Kathryn Smith Carolina Smolkin Nicole Thornton Emmi Velez Allison Villane

Lily Acheampomaa-Piasare Deborah Adeyemi Daniela Bermudez Kelly Boyle Jamie Brunworth Daniel Carbonero Jorge Chabo Jack Dickman Brittney Ellis Kyra Freeman Silvia Fuentes Akshata Gunda Blake James Ronnie Johnson Wallave Layland Samantha Martin Rachel McCormick Julia Nordhausen Olumayowa Olujohungbe Emily Rabinovich Meher Saleem Emily Swafford Andrea Trespalacios Lily Wittle Vivian Heerans Lauren Copeland Sydney Sherman Swati Narasimhan

and Religious Activities, and Campus Government, Journalism, Speech and Mass Media, and Creative and Performing Arts.

LEADERS FOR LIFE The spring initiates include 28 new members who have excelled academically and in different areas of campus life. While many are in the top 35% of their class, students can be nominated for athletics, service, journalism and more. Photo by Rachel Mesa

NEW INITIATE Senior Sabrina Cheikhali is initiated in to Omicron Delta Kappa's fall class. The ceremony takes place outside of Dooly Memorial. Photo by Rachel Mesa

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From your roommates to your classmates, the people you meet during your college career help shape the memories you'll reminisce about

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BATTLE OF THE BUILDINGS sportsfest


DEFEND THE CROWN As defending champions, residents of Pearson Residential College enter the opening ceremony for Sportsfest with the trophy. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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SPOTLIGHTING OUR SENIORS senior spotlights

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Commuters Often times commuter students do not have the luxury of going back to their apartments or houses between classes. Students spill what kind of 'junk' they pack inside their trunks for a long day on campus

ALL THAT JUNK Junior Kaitlin Castillo keeps essentials in her trunk to be prepared for her commute from Miami Gardens. Photo by Sabrina Cheikhali

JUNK IN THE TRUNK

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One perk of living on campus is having the opportunity to run

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any other last-second task. However, commuter students who do not have the time in their schedules to go back to their apartments

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or houses are forced to bring everything they need for the day with them to campus. Junior Kelly Kudryk said, “with my busy Monday schedule I never have the chance to go back to my apartment so I pack my lunch,

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work uniform, multiple snacks, my books, laptop, art supplies and sometimes a dressy all black outfit for my sorority chapter meeting all inside my backpack.” Students with cars take average of their extra space to load up items that they might need to make it through a busy day. Sophomore Steph Nakash said, “my car is like my second closet, I always keep extra clothes in there in case I decide to go to the gym socks in my trunk for when it rains and my feet get soaked.” Commuter students definitely know how to prepare themselves loading up their trunks, commuters manage to avoid making extra trips from home to campus on a daily basis.

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Accidents happen, including paper cuts or blisters from walking around all day. Keeping a first-aid kit handy can save a trip to the health center. In Miami, when it rains it pours. With no dorm to run back to in case of bad weather, keep an umbrella handy to stay dry.

or need to change for some reason. I also have pairs of shoes and

for a busy day of classes. Whether it's stuffing their backpacks or

Being far from home, a tool box including jumper cables and other nececities can make any emergency easier.

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BABY WIPES Since commuters don’t have a shower in case of a spill, baby wipes can help remove a stain on your skin or clothes.


COMMUTERS 1 Florianna Jacques, Sofia Machado, Richard Quezada, Kelsy Pachero, Abdullah Alhansan, Patricia Santana, Leslie Purvis, Virginia Palazzolo Russo. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

COMMUTERS 2 FRONT ROW: Jacob Dembitzer, Camila Moreno, Soylle Blerveceq, Andres Arenas Grayeb; BACK ROW: Ivan Martinez, Agustin Urtubey, Isabella Antonini, Alexia Marotta, Devea Reyes, Andres Hidalgo, Alexandria Major. Photo by Jackie Abreu

COMMUTERS 3 FRONT ROW: Nichole Lopez, Kerry Masso; BACK ROW: Kristian Ventura, Raul Cruz, Dorothy Chan, JP Becerril, Brianna Rios, Vanessa Rivas, Carmen Tan. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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COMMUTERS 4 Andrea Condelaria, Pablo Quesada, Andrew Gonzalez, Charles Helington, Laura Florez, Amanda da Rodriquez, Veronica Barrerio. Photo by Beliz Eryilmaz

COMMUTERS 5 FRONT ROW: Michael Bowermasta, Maya Fernandez, Laura Doyle, Larissa Meza, Barbarella Castillo, Andrea Velasquez; BACK ROW: Frances Flores, Katya Garcia, Sabrina Molina, Annabelle Menendez, Mark Bertematti, Daniella Sanchez, Maria Lujan, Alex Sidi. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

COMMUTERS 6 FRONT ROW: Dija Thomas, Stephanie Perez, Laura Puentes, Vanessa Rivas; BACK ROW: Alma Campiani, Maria Luiza Vasquez, Leonardo Pererra, Josh Smith III, Sarrthak Chakravarty, Pedro Villar. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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COMMUTERS 7 FRONT ROW: Abigael Laguerre, Reunie Faustin, Sarai Berio, Justine Matwrin Rine, Erika Arvelo; BACK ROW: Michael Qureshi, Hyo Won Lee (Sean), Ivan Varela, Andre Mathis, Maximillan Kanarzeuslei, Michael Boreli, Sarena Kalap. Photo by Beliz Eryilmaz

COMMUTERS 8 FRONT ROW: Dina Thomas, Victoria Max, Lauren Abraham, Jasmyn Diaz, Natalie Aguilar, Melissa Valerio; BACK ROW: Genesis Cosme, Jeniifer Acevedo, Niayah Symone Haye, Brianna Nespral, Brian Rodriguez, Jose Cortez, Cheryl Webster. Photo by Jackie Abreu

COMMUTERS 9 FRONT ROW: Amanda Suarez, Julia Sirven, Kimberly DeJesus, Samantha Fayardo, Lauren Foster; BACK ROW: Alexia Hirlemann, Susan Aghedo, Joel Castillo, Alexia Borges, Delaney Reynolds, Santiago Estrada. Photo by Alize RamirezCanas

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COMMUTERS 10 FRONT ROW: Sami Tano, Isabella Sanz, Kristina Chacon; BACK ROW: Max SaintGermain, Jose Heijn, Katerina Quintairos, Marcos Serur, Sebastian Sabbagh, Bill Chan, Christian Peacock. Photo by Jackie Abreu

MCDONALD 2

FRONT ROW: Chongtian Chen, William Pugh, Jacob Nick, Daniel DiFranco, Jacob Segal, Jessica Valido; SECOND ROW: Jason Bellantyne, Coleman Ayers, Aniediabasi Roberts, David Tran, Michael Savage, Michael Antonietti, Joon Jung, Nikhil Ragvlopati, Evan Aires; THIRD ROW: Shaurya Lal, Akorsh Bhushan, Max Saveri, John Sweeney, Udit Jay, Christian Hickey, Jake Triars; BACK ROW: Conor Gibbons, Dylan Maggio. Photo by Jackie Abreu

MCDONALD 3 Ana Beatriz, Ferreia Alves, Adell Devito, Kylie Bresri, Taylor Tilsen, Nauma Lelis, Sydney JesusAller, Selin Avcilar, Suzahne Stremler. Photo by Beliz Eryilmaz

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STANDING TALL As one of the two freshmen-only dorms on campus, Hecht Residential College has two towers that house over 800 students. Photo by Morgan Thomson

Hecht

Miami is filled with things to do and new people to meet, but many students from out-of-town can't help but feel the sentiment that 'there's no place like home'

By Kayla Foster

Going to college in Miami, students are always busy having fun, going out and, of course, doing school work. However, everyone gets homesick from time to time, especially freshman who are experiencing living on their own for the first time.

WELCOME HOME The Hecht Residential College lobby is a check-in point for new freshmen who will call the building their new home. It is also a popular spot to relax or stop between classes. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

Where are they

from?

“Being from out of the country, it is kind of hard living so far away from home,” said freshman Rainey Beveridge, who’s from London said, “but whenever I have the chance I call my parents and my sister even though there is a big time difference so it can sometimes be hard but we always make it work.” In order to combat homesickness, most freshmen call their family in between

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classes and visit them during breaks. Making friends and building new relationships at school can also help because they take the focus away from missing home. “I love Miami and all the people I have met here and the friends I have made,” said freshman Jaclyn Foster, “but I do miss my family and my friends from back home. I always look forward to visiting them during breaks and talking to them on the phone.” “Miami is like my second, I’m so lucky to be able to feel so at home at school even

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though my family is so far away. My friends here have really helped me to not feel so homesick when I’m missing my family and friends back home”, said freshman Dana Feeney, who’s from Philadelphia. Homesickness is inevitable when going away to college but luckily many students feel as though UM is their second home. Modern conveniences make the tranisition easier as families and friends are just a phone call away.

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FRONT ROW: Max Evde, Xander Boyd, Williams McNeill, Zisha Wu, Ben Steingyer, Zhan Murdock, Max Bienurt, Nick Mediavilla, Nick Cristoten, Alex Tran; SECOND ROW: Tyler McCartney, Johnathan Benitez, Alex O'Neill, Thomas Sullivan, Matt Sarger, Gyeong Geun (Gavin), Angelo Weber, Steven Budman, Varun Reddy; THIRD ROW: Lake Jacobson, Cole Davies, Nick Whitaker, Liam Higgins, James Cosmai, Kyle Arbide, JacksonCeblunt, Christopher Montoya, Mark Bertematti, Chad Serrite, jared kaler, Andrew Mezzi, Cowad Bryan; BACK ROW: Pat Sullivan, Cody Brown, Enrique De Leonardis. Photo by Jackie Abreu

MCDONALD 5 FRONT ROW: Ellery Jones, Noor Khaled, Samantha Linden, Ryan Kandziora; SECOND ROW: Corinne Nicolas, Anais Moyal, Adriana Griffin, Amnah Azeem, Natalie Lipsey, Alyce Lindberg; BACK ROW: Jaime Harn, Manuela Usandieaga, Livi Goldin-Dubas, Annie Boyle. Photo by Beliz Eryilmaz

MCDONALD 6

FRONT ROW: Christian Williams, Xiaonei Cao, Wanhung (Tony) He, William Egan, Matthew Collins, Connor McHenry, Zachary Labkovski, John Barraza, Matt Coppello; SECOND ROW: Jered Byford, Srikant Naidu, Calder Bachmann, Austin McGreen, Jacob Borrowski, John Friehely, Reed Gannon, Steven Buibish; BACK ROW: Kenton Luck, Eric Codfrey, Joey Bonnaire, Carnell Bolden, Austin Fugatch. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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MCDONALD 7

FRONT ROW: Gillian Stapler, Bhargavi Pochi, Taylor Amore, Mikayla Quigley, Kayla Ure, Caitie Boshers, Purbasha Rahman, Christina Jayaraj, Dalya Oprian, Lindsey Daily; BACK ROW: Celine White, Aileen Cruz-Lezama, Madisyn Simpson, Camila Hernandez, Samantha Taylor, Isik Surdum, Evelyn Menkes, Alexandra Mills, Kate Plogstedt, Nina Arslanoric, Esther Ponce de Leo. Photo by Eric Kevin Cecil

MCDONALD 8

FRONT ROW: Saketh Yanamala, Ronen Pink, Andrew Balise, Nihar Mandapat, Brian Hyde, Alex Moreno, Cater Krouse, Goaham Heavenrizh, Sagar Desai; SECOND ROW: Eddie Almeida, Eliza Schneider, Sam Gonzalez, Robert DeVito, Jeremy Erdheim, Sam Hecht, Andrew Glover, John Aitken, Justin Talarczyk, Zuhua Wang; THIRD ROW: Elliott Cleven, Jake Leonardi, Mark Gross, Karl Van De Berg, Jonathan Rasrausras, Brandon Dinner, Jacob Schwartz, Kyle Schleifer, Anenyuan Wang, Jake Glover; BACK ROW: Yifei Liang, Gongen Fan, Hayden Seayer, Nicoloshojos, Finnley Arensa, Alex Klunuris. Photo by Jackie Abreu

MCDONALD 9 FRONT ROW: Sophia Kotik, Amelia Stern, Alison Cohen, Nicole Perez, Kimberly Overton; SECOND ROW: Savannah Walters, Sharon Moy, Karla Flores, Leala Soloman, Mary Christodoulou, Cassidy O'Neill, Genevieve Pearson; BACK ROW: Marisa Rao, Emily Silverstein, Vichayaporn Lohprasert, Emily Large, Madalyn Foley. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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MCDONALD 10 FRONT ROW: Israel Jimenez, Duncar McElma, Colby Baugh, Adil Itaq, Jack Morton, Madeline Sardinas; SECOND ROW: Coleman Reardon, Alec Koveck, Matthew Kaplan, Matthew Hellruger, Alec Musinsky, Daniel Harnes; BACK ROW: Konnor Donald, Payne Meyer, Michael Zenni, San Anderson, John Baumstark, Aaron Fils. Photo by Jackie Abreu

MCDONALD 11 Marissa Vonesh, Natalia Vidal, Emma Runerad, Sarah Hightower, Nitaya Mehva, Simran Gidwani, Jackie Gibson, Emma Pitcairn, Corinne Issa. Photo by Beliz Eryilmaz

MCDONALD 12 FRONT ROW: Mathieu Leblanc, Carina Burroughs, Josh Katz, Joe Marino, Adam Eljamal, Ethan Sager; SECOND ROW: Nathan Furman, Drew Mottraw, Kolin Boorom, Russell Babiarz, Alden Findler, Adam Shaw, Tyler Bowman, Damien Stahl; BACK ROW: Ethan Kobelin, Ye Tao. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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PENTLAND 2 FRONT ROW: Sabine Katsoulos, Mekenzie Braoley, Caroline Case, Anna Pagliarulo, Teresa Toranzo, Sarah Navid, Brittany Weil, Chloe Tempest, Alex Hawkins; BACK ROW: Kayla Etienne. Photo by Jackie Abreu

PENTLAND 3 FRONT ROW: Josh Dominguez, Jared Beneducci, Nick Pellecchia, Lake Jacobson, Jack Prochner, Emma Liam; BACK ROW: Marc Palmisano, Neil Patel, Ryan Brennfleck, Andrew Johnson, Aiseasa Osaghae, Micah Council, Adam miller, Henry Winchester, Kyle Johnson, Jared Libil. Photo by Beliz Eryilmaz

PENTLAND 4 FRONT ROW: Torrey Mahall, Katie Hahn, Daniela Bermudez, Julia Saltzman, Hayley Tesser, Owen Clapp; SECOND ROW: Makayla Manning, Olivia Watts, Marie Giliahe, Palona Baker, Gabrielle Mea, Spencer Schwartz, Sabrina Ginsburg; BACK ROW: Aaliyah Johnson, Allegra Turner, Cassidy Rice, Rayna Burgett, Nenneh Diop. Photo by Eric Kevin Cecil

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PENTLAND 5

FRONT ROW: Griffin Steele, David Barr, Molina Schelman, Michael Leyva, Mercury Sawatanl, Michael Steier, Athauasuis Uou Esoupauis, Kerni Zong, Varun Krishnan; SECOND ROW: Landon Chen, Chrisovalantis Ramoundos, Anthony Alfe, Jacob Brown, Kevin Xu, James Lai, Andrew Almeida, Wesley Thompson, Michael Abou; BACK ROW: Ryan Kesselring, Noah Wescoat, Hong Yu Liu, Shne Chony Chen, Godard Solomon, Mae Naddy, Jonah Krause, Ben Steinberg, Miller Silb, Charles Makhoul, Hamod Aldeye, Awron Ualit. Photo by Jackie Abreu

PENTLAND 6

FRONT ROW: Sirisha Gaddipati, Trisha David, Sabrina Ullma, Vilet Torrez,Jasmine Mompoint, Amanda Lorenzo, Astrid Jacobson; SECOND ROW: Corina Azpurua, Nandi Adams, Samara Jaimice, Ruth Dacius, Stephanie Mosberg, Marina Colon, Felicia Dicario, Lena Yasui, Shirley Dohun; THIRD ROW: Doreen Gustave, Melanie Veerasammy, Jessa Selsor, Christina Paraggio, Delaney Farrell, Barrett Jellie, Elisabeth Dancees, Abby Sundet, Kendall Nelsen, Kaitlyn Bowe; BACK ROW: Lindsey Hoshaw, Sydney Harley, Anuj Shah. Photo by Jackie Abreu

PENTLAND 7

FRONT ROW: Perry Franklin, Ammar Jiuraj, Danielle Weinberg, John Auyes, Antonio Arambula, Angelica Banss; SECOND ROW: Charlie Gibson, John Corde, Artem Timofeer, Eddie Min, Kevin Knowles, Ramer Singer, Matthew Rembold; THIRD ROW: Noah Gardner, Khalid Nadi, Ali Mirza, Randall Fitzgerald, Victor Sintchak, Ari Tickner, Brice Sewell; BACK ROW: Joshua Zahron, Tim Watson, Kyle Ingram, Luis Moas, Daniel Moran, Nicholas Rice, Brandon Chou, Yiorgos Takoudis. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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PENTLAND 8

FRONT ROW: Juliana Reyes, Giselle De LaRua, Jasmine Dakkak, Amy Houser, Shrarya Jash, Chin Wai Li, Roshni Patel, Lilliana de Souz, Catalina Cepero, Lola Whittingham, Hannah Paue; BACK ROW: Lauryn Sparger, Stephany Edwards, Heidi Moranski, Lulu Tou, Adam Ikner, Jenna Getty, Grace Apasse, Morgan Jawid, Daria Pietropaolo, Joyme Schrank, Caroline Koschik, Nidhi Gajakas, Sneh Amin, Melissa Apasse, Rachel Schultz, Genevieve Collado. Photo by Beliz Eryilmaz

PENTLAND 9

FRONT ROW: Rebecca Williams, Natalia Canellas, Sheila McAndrew, Sophia Pete, Tiffani Bellaron, Katherine Mendilut, Devi Nallakumar, Abigail Jordan; BACK ROW: Jaclyn Angelo, Emily Deutsch, Kelly McLoughlin, Sophie Dippolito, Sierra Strattan, Alex Botto, Isabella Campbell, Kendall Kilberge, Shaila Mohinani. Photo by Beliz Eryilmaz

PENTLAND 10 FRONT ROW: Emily Fakhoury, Katherine Fortunato, Kayla Mason, Angelica Hanna, Kelli Finnegan, Brooke Meyers; SECOND ROW: Ernest Barral, Joelle Fleisner, Lindsey Gordon, Samantha Higgins, Sydnei Rubin, Elizabeth Khayat, Brooke Marhsall, Jason Kaplan; BACK ROW: Ally Bush, Sydney Herrick. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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PENTLAND 11

FRONT ROW: Ammar Asad, Karthik Sriganeshan, Bryan Dohi, Emily Gross, Mike Dziedzic, Tommy Gallagher; SECOND ROW: Zhaoyang Yan, Jared Weisberg, Chris Ha, Jiaxiong Xu, Noah Gordon, Noah Drapeau, Jonathan Liyuari, Keith Asplund; THIRD ROW: Justin Stevens, Eric Tolep, Zach Newran, Alex Viola, Nate Smith, Will Greenman, Jashan Ohri, Derek Nun, Will Hurlbrink, Scott Gelb, Ernest Barral; BACK ROW: Joe Enright, Jacob Wilson, Daniel Benayoun, Zach Grissom, Will Felix, Ned Hall, James Bruce, Elijah Hanne. Photo by Jackie Abreu

PENTLAND 12 Sade Prithwie, Megan Lipsky, Katy Renny, Ciana Bello, Melanie Zimmerman, Camila Mosquera-Castro, Emilie Villaverde, Kaian Walstatter, Faith Markey, Early Generato, Priya Sharvna. Photo by Beliz Eryilmaz

ROSBOROUGH 2 FRONT ROW: Ohara Patel, Nausheen Merchant, Marissa Martino, Victoria Grossman, Alejandra Madrid, Morgan Cartellano, Elizabeth Spine, Stepahnie Bigger, Ahetali Mehra; BACK ROW: Ella Meiser, Carlota Chillon, Juliana Mozzotto, Vackee Hauran, Izzy Geller, Sasha Hausmali, Hanah Coulter, Ellie Massaro. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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STANDING TALL The towers of Stanford Residential College look over Lake Osceola. Combined, the towers hold 856 residents. Photo by Morgan Thomson

Stanford

Incoming freshman embark on a move of a lifetime, and during this time, they must decide what they want to bring with them as well as what they are keeping at home. Not sure if you're a good packer? Take this quiz and find out! By Sabrina Cheikhali

1. HOW MANY TRIPS TO AND FROM THE CAR DID YOU TAKE TO UNLOAD?

6. DO YOU FIND YOURSELF BORROWING FROM YOUR ROOMATE?

a. 0-2

a. All the time.

b. 2-3

b. Not really, unless it's an emergency.

c. 6+

c. Nope - they borrow from me.

2. DID YOU LOFT OR RAISE YOUR BED TO STORE THINGS UNDER?

7. HOW MANY WASHERS DO YOU USE FOR LAUNDRY?

a. I didn’t have that option.

a. 0-1

b. No, I didn’t need to.

b. 2-3

c. Yes I did!

c. 4+

3. HOW MANY TRIPS TO THE STORE DID YOU MAKE WHEN YOU MOVED IN?

8. DID YOUR PARENTS SHIP THINGS TO YOU AFTER THE MOVE?

a. 0-2

a. They still ship things to me!

b. 3-5

b. Only a few essentials.

c. 6+

c. I didn't need them to.

4. HOW LONG DID IT TAKE TO UNPACK?

9. HOW MANY SUITCASES DID YOU USE?

a. Just an afternoon.

a. 0-1

b. A few days, nothing crazy.

b. 2-3

c. ...I'm still unpacking.

c. 4+

5. DO YOU HAVE A MEMORY BOX?

10. HOW STUFFED IS YOUR CLOSET?

a. What is that?

a. Not at all - my roomate uses my closet

b. No, I don't.

for their things.

c. Yes, of course.

b. It's just right. c. I have zero space.

mostly A's

You probably didn’t bring enough. It's somewhat difficult to gauge what you actually need during your time in a dorm. You probably rely on your roommates or other free goodies around campus for things that you may have forgotten to bring.

mostly B's

Most likely, you brought just the right number of things with you. You may need to make an occasional Amazon order or Target run, but you have everything pretty down packed. Moving in was a breeze for you!

mostly C's

There's no question, you definitely overpacked. You have things coming out of your closet space and probably use the space underneath your bed for extra storage. Although your roommates can go to you for things they need, you have no idea where to put all the stuff you've brought with you.

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ROSBOROUGH 4 FRONT ROW: Paul Schulz, Toni Lohroff, Corey Fehlberg; BACK ROW: Priya Sankaran, Aloki Patel, Kelvine Moyers, Jada Jameson, Jenn Berko, Shainaya Kukreja, Sophia Barnhart, Olivia Cox, Alessandra Maggioni, Natalie Kaminski, Arielle Halldin, Madeline Ufheil, Isabella Vaccaro, Lucrezia Locchi, Shaoyin Zhang, Zia Kopolovic, Sterling Corum. Photo by Beliz Eryilmaz

ROSBOROUGH 5 FRONT ROW: Pocho Cuellar, Corey Fehlberg, Weldon Marcus, Matan Ofek, Stephen Burkly, Giuseppe Bivona, Jake Fernandez, Dylan Aron, Anthony Rios, Aaron Janfaza; SECOND ROW: Max Valenci, Seb Needham, Ari Feldman, Kobe Peery, Jack Farren, Richard Aurrecoechea, Jorge Jaime-Rivera, Ryan Rebholz, Patrick Harkonen, Liam Graf, Liam Sheji; THIRD ROW: Mike Laumakis, Steven Alexander, Joseph Gyedu, Reese Pitts, Cody Kline, Mahamoud Fahmy, Braxton Crawford; BACK ROW: Timur Orazou, Ian Thomas, Dylan Burke, Marco Pierce, Phil Villhauer, Zach Elkhander, Dave Downey, Karan Thakkar. Photo by Cody Ratcliff

ROSBOROUGH 6 FRONT ROW: Disha Patel, Krishna Louis, Kira Rapp, Ashley Santana, Sam Carter, Sarah Ericia; SECOND ROW: Cherisse Charles, Carson Pinker, Allison Eakman, Jillian Hobaica, Emma Skowron; THIRD ROW: Sarah Decossard, Mackenzie Roberts, Ellie Martin, Alora Scofield, Andriana Gibson, Morgaux De Onaindia; BACK ROW: Anna Kevelson, Corinne Allen. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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ROSBOROUGH 7

FRONT ROW:Caitlin Smith, Alex Berland, Stephen Auslander, Jacob Klee, Alexander Linse, Josh Yakubovich, Michael Garcia, Jack Malare, Ryan Misewicz, Parker Hughes, Sean Prestegord, Ben Kern, Dan Dellaventura, Zack Ruggiero; BACK ROW: Jon Wainblat, Noah DeBickero. Photo by Cody Ratcliff

ROSBOROUGH 8

FRONT ROW: Maleehah Islam, Yalam Jhon, Karen Sancen, Laetitia Valerius, Sierra Mathis, Arishia Arora; SECOND ROW: Tatiana Wawriw, Niva Matcha, Alexia Vignau, Kifan Zhang, Chuyan Wan, Sofia Mohammad, Molly Blumenfeld, Riya Kumar, Yuxin Li, Meng Zhang, Yu Zhang; THIRD ROW: Zoe Stephan, Marissa Maddalon, Melissa Mandez, Nikki Bouldin, Mariana Baquero, Cecilia McCammon, Meghana Dumpa, Victoria Suarez, Debra Williams, Kiki Aderoju, Noami Jenkins; BACK ROW: Andrea Palacio, Katrina Schmidt, Melinda Babaian, Reece Haire, Mahitha Kunamneni, Emilee Dreifus. Photo by Eric Kevin Cecil

ROSBOROUGH 9

FRONT ROW: Greg Zaroogian, Akhil Madurai, Ethan Cheng, Daniel Arciniegas, Emad Munshi, Montale Tuen, Hussein Bitar, Juan Diaz; SECOND ROW: Gil Carter, Justin Braun, Nathaniel Wiley, Quinn Lawless, Hassan Bitar, Robby Hemphill, Anuj Shah, Jan Lin, Samuel Philleo, Danesh Bharucha; BACK ROW: Tyler Kashuv, Dylan Tice. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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ROSBOROUGH 10

FRONT ROW: Zhang Yi, Sitara Rambarra, Isa Ferrera, Melanie Zia, Tayana Dix, Robin Crowder, Arnina Zeng, Rossio Rivero, Taylor Osborne; SECOND ROW: Emma Frank, Samantha Hummel, An Chenrui, Jackeline Del Arca, Anastassia Cafatti, Kathryn Wells, Ashley Beaver, Dynesha Peterson, Jenelle Cranston; THIRD ROW: Hu Fangshue, Xu He, Megan Last, Valentina Martin, Lindsey Ritter, Abigail Adeline; BACK ROW: Derricka Neysmith, Blake Reynolds. Photo by Beliz Eryilmaz

ROSBOROUGH 11

FRONT ROW: Sheldon Mills, Chris Castaneda, David Sneider, Bennett Phan, Ryan Brooks, Gerasimos Tselentis, Caleb Sun, Zachary Wilkes; SECOND ROW: Wonjun Yeo, Johnathon Penso, Nathan Hartson, Roman Mamus, John Zizzo, Ramico Casal Vila, Liang Haixin, Yuxnan Liu; BACK ROW: Guohua Sun, Bobby Shore, Simon Gelbard, Gilad Zilberman, Matt Cochenuur, Jonathan Fisher, Nick Buren, Sam Kemelman, Vince Trombino, Daniel Hopper. Photo by Jackie Abreu

ROSBOROUGH 12 FRONT ROW: Meghana Sankaran, Laura Carrizosa, Elena Quinonez, Cristina Kontogiannis, Skyler Lowden; BACK ROW: Krysta Bennia, Francesca Gedeon, Joscelyn Paglia, Emily McCain, Marlima Cardova, Katharine Hornish, Roshini Murugadass. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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WALSH 2 FRONT ROW: Tim Donohue, Suleman Burrows, Erik Buehanen, Parker Magid; SECOND ROW: Eitan Raitses, John Wolfe, Andrew Bernstein, Dylan Sykes, Jackson Moore, Jack Siegel, Danny Callanan, Saketh Gurram; THIRD ROW: Rafael Ohireira, Cole Stephany, Tan Mulvihill, Ben Brown, Octavio Kpotogbe, Maxwell Beck, Tim O'Malley, Nick Hettwer; BACK ROW: Nick Gilliard, James Rauh. Photo by Beliz Eryilmaz

WALSH 3 FRONT ROW: Amanda Prats, Aleynna Quinones, Simran Pahija, Lexi Pinnata, Bryanna Desimone, Rachel Camilleri, Sam Goldman, Haley Missan; SECOND ROW: Jacqueline Verge, Samantha Schneider, Emilee Tennen, Gabi Lee, Caitlin McNulty, Megan Padgett, Katie DowellEsquivel; BACK ROW: Maddie Foust, Sara Li, Erin Blotuky, Agatha Freedberg, Ashley Paeton, Sammy Abelson, Victoria Zelinkski. Photo by Jackie Abreu

WALSH 4 FRONT ROW: Luis Aguilera, Noah Kraus, Ian Newman, Josh Meehan, Marshall Arons, Greg Man, Frankie Lizza, Matt Schneider; SECOND ROW: Andrew McManus, Kevin Hargadan, Cooper Beckett, Sacha Nzeyimana, Michael Stuart, Nick Duncan, Jonathan Hefley, Michael Renmem; THIRD ROW: Colin Speirs, Ruiwei Liu, Xavier Howard, Luis Armani Rodriguez, Saavan Boghara, Madison Hembrick; FOURTH ROW: Naseem Beyah-Bryant, Christian Reisch, Mike Hreben, Ceo Constatine, Barry Gibbons, Jack Gelb; BACK ROW: Peter Hochman, Brian Santosuosso, Mike Henry, Clinton Jules, Jason Betz, Obi Alozie, Ryan Leslie, Sree Dalta, Keyan Zolfaghari. Photo by Eric Kevin Cecil

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WALSH 5 Keyan Zolfaghani, Skylak Miller, Saori Ishiki, Lara Tomenchok, Nyota Edjidjimo, Rebecca Goddard, Emma Lagno, Alexandra Kelly, Eustan Thomas. Photo by Jackie Abreu

WALSH 6 FRONT ROW: Sean McDuffie, Emmett Steven, Larry Skipper, Alex Ronco, Raymond LAbensperger III, John Z. Roberts; SECOND ROW: Owen Turtue, Lloyd Waller, Sean Merlin, Alex Kull, Renato Alvarado, Steven Calles, Matt Aranow; BACK ROW: Matt Duare, Patrick Keegan, Bryce Neseralla, Dylan Monti, John Urquhart, Liam Dorsey. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

WALSH 7 FRONT ROW: Adrianna Uhlar, Caitlin Garner, Marley Harris-Deans, Ashley Krawczyk, Ebonie Walker, Gabriella Quiñones, Rakhi Mira Patel; BACK ROW: Bianca Osiriski, Sherise Scott, Casey Cohen, Raymond Labensperger III, Casha Rezink, Giselle Spicer, Antonio Montadas. Photo by Cody Ratcliff

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WALSH 8 FRONT ROW: Patrick Glynn, Maximillian Maurach Theo, Andrew Wiedenkeller, Noah Klar, Cameron Marchel, Ben Snyder, Joel Shapiro, Brett O’Lonnell, Michael Taylor, Mark Javornik; SECOND ROW: Andrew Higgins, Abdullah Almousalli, Sebastiano Meregalli, Hunter Vrabely, Valandi Lemoniotis, Matthew Streat, Brian Baker, Andrew Gorzsas, Henry Lord; THIRD ROW: Alexander Veraart, Michael Antkiewicz, Adam Reedy; BACK ROW: Sean O’Brien. Photo by Jackie Abreu

WALSH 9 FRONT ROW: Julia Meguro, Rachel Fracasso, Ellen Ruch, Lonyee Eng, Natalia Walcott, Lea Tordjman, Osarume Ikhimwin, Madison Ram, Emily Race, Rachel Benowtiz; SECOND ROW: Sabina Lewis, Sabrina Ufer, Tiffany Kuolo, Maddie Haymond, Hope Cherian, Emily Adrid, Leslie Benaudis; BACK ROW: Alexandra NaessanDo, Margaret Sills, Margaux d’Arbeloff, Simar Dyal, Lily Moore, Katie Brandenburg, Anya Balsamides. Photo by Beliz Eryilmaz

WALSH 10

FRONT ROW: Alessandro Durso, Steven Ewing, Yuhao Ren, John Langenfeld, Bretto Nordmeyer, Willie Riley, Justice Michael; SECOND ROW: Johnny Casasola, Julien Hill, Shanglin Li, Sam Roselli, Neil Johnson, Charles Gonzalez, Shaojie Chen, Jack Feinberg, Connor McLaughlin; THIRD ROW: Alex Rubinek, Thaddeus McGinn, Anthony Caraballo, Will Costello, Joe Bentham, James Spartin, Drew Skolnick; BACK ROW: Ryan Britt, Kyle Riley, Andrew Gedeon, Ryan Pope, Seamus Degen. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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WALSH 11 FRONT ROW: Zhichao Chen, Karen Ortiz, Alessandra Toscanini, Victoria Nordquist, Kate Smith, Albany Muvia; SECOND ROW: Tiana Torkan, Gianna Sanchez, Alexa DeBartolo, Lindie Bornelus, Jane Rakow, Destiny Burnett; THIRD ROW: Juan Ochoa, Alexa Aguilar, Melanie McGrath, Lydia Franklin, Ana Calicchio, Shana Rosenthal; BACK ROW: Angelica DeFalco, Elizabeth Mompoint. Photo by Eric Kevin Cecil

WALSH 12

FRONT ROW: Robert Zappala, Adam Nelles, Jon Zhou, Daniel Rodriguez, Eric Atratton, Cesare Fazzone; SECOND ROW: Kevin Wheeler, Jacob CreigerCombs, Nick Kathrein, Sean Harnik, Evan Rofe, Mitch Abitz, Jack Simon, Chris Seagraves, Kaici, Aloupis, Sadie Matthews, Joe Ricca, Nicholas Gounaris, Henry Balderson, Jason Perez; BACK ROW: Dan Shorten, Kason Kreis, Connor Murray, Mitchel Roberts, Noah Tucker, William Berestka, Mark Trudeau, Maxwell Trink, Blake Evans, Gregory Zappala, Zachary Homajer, Julian Lindsay. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

home is where... UNDERGRADUATES OFF CAMPUS Freshman

1500

10% 24%

1000

University Village Stanford

Mahoney Hecht

500

Junior

292

UNDERGRADUATES ON CAMPUS

Pearson

38%

Sophomore

Senior

2000

28%

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Eaton

FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE

JUNIOR

SENIOR


CAUTION Students and faculty living in Eaton Residential College must overcome the small annoyances that living next to construction brings. Photo by Morgan Thomson

Eaton

While new additions to campus are a good thing for future students, it can be a nuisance for current students affected by it

By Alize Ramirez-Canas

The university is constantly undergoing face lifts and improving in order to give students the best experience possible. However, recently there have been more than a few minor projects going on. Construction for the new Student Housing Village has begun as well as construction for the School of Architecture's Thomas P. Murphy Design Studio. While they are completely different projects, they both have one thing in common – they are right next to Eaton Residential College. This has caused problems for students living there. Between the dust, the noise and most of the area around their building being blocked off, living there has been a bit of a challenge. Even something as simple as calling an Uber has been difficult because there is no way for the driver to get to the building. "The worst part is that there is always dust in my room. I don't know how it gets there, but after seeing a 'Please Pardon Our Dust' sign, I connected the dots," said freshman Shamar Drumond. Despite the difficulties, however, students have overall been patient with the process and

SAMIR RAHMAN

VYANKA SOTELO

“The worst part with all the construction going on would have to be trying to direct Uber drivers how to pick you up! Their navigation doesn't register the construction... it's a complete disaster."

“The worst part about the construction is that it starts so early. I don’t have class until 10am but I wake up at 8 am everyday to the beeps of pickup trucks, clanks of hammers, and other construction noises.”

Freshman

Freshman

express excitement for the completion of the Student Housing Village.

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EATON 2

FRONT ROW: Daniel Erixon, Madison Mcresson, Jake Teplitzky, Matt Karas, Raj Singh, Alex Martinez, Jordan Walker, Nick Uban, Carl Gillies, Kyle Elgarten, Christopher Vanacore; BACK ROW: Dylan Tice, Channing Washlesky, Seisimo Olali, Trey Inge, Ryan Machuga, Luke Didriksen, Phil Li, Jacob Coubin, Carlos Santos, Ajani Smith, Ethan Brodero, Nick Caltacjirone, Mustafa Zaidi, Noah MacDonald, Jacob Richter, Thomas Glasser, Andy Weidenkeller, Andrew Tao. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

EATON 3

FRONT ROW: Rebecca Williams, Natalia Canellas, Sheila McAndrew, Sophia Pete, Tiffani Bellaron, Katherine Mendilut, Devi Nallakumar, Abigail Jordan; BACK ROW: Jaclyn Angelo, Emily Deutsch, Kelly Mcloughln, Sophia Dippolito, Sierra Strattan, Alex Botto, Isabella Campbell, Kendall Kilberge, Shaila Mohinani. Photo by Jackie Abreu

EATON 4

FRONT ROW: Vyanka Sotelo, Veronika Seider, Sophia Reese, Alanna Adler; SECOND ROW: Teagan Klein, John Enlow, Sam Petroni, Patrick Moriarty, Kathryn Doolittle, Maria Calandranis, Rebecca Gladstone; THIRD ROW: Brittany CsĂ­k, Steven Beldner, Parker Spector, Kaili Ganigan, Cameron Clark, McKenzie Benz, Lakia Rolle, Kelly Churchill, Gabrielle D'Alonzo, Fatma Soliman, Aliyah Butler, Tara Irwin, Ren Ito, Sydney Houston, Jordyn Satterfield; BACK ROW: Hunter Hawkins, Nicole Newton. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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Mahoney Going from Hecht or Stanford to Mahoney can be a big change for incoming sophomores when they realize the two are completely different

By Alize Ramirez-Canas

The transition from freshman to sophomore can be daunting. The first year of college is over and things are getting real - it’s time to be more involved and classes become more challenging. While some take advantage of being able to live off campus, many sophomores decide to move into Mahoney. At first glance, the differences are obvious. The small rooms are now suites, with two rooms connected by a bathroom. Instead of having to share a bathroom with the entire floor, a bathroom is shared among suitemates. The floors also have more students and are co-ed. A big difference that is realized only after being settled in, is the atmosphere. In the freshman towers, it is common for residents to be friends with their entire floor. Doors are left open so they can walk around and mingle. In Mahoney, however, doors are kept shut and residents keep themselves and their friends.

NEW DIGS With gliders to relax in and a dining hall only a few seconds away, Mahoney residents don't feel so far from campus despite the drastic differences in living quarters. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas A PLACE TO CALL HOME Mahoney residents must adjust to the suite style rooms that were absent in the Hecht and Stanford freshman towers. Additionally, they must learn to live in close proximity to three other people. Illustration courtesy of UM Housing and Residential Life

Nonetheless, even though Mahoney is quieter than the freshman dorms, it doesn’t mean it’s any less memorable. There are still events and programming allowing residents to get the on-campus experience.

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MAHONEY 1 Deja Kearney, Sydney Steel, Samuel Hemmingstad, Kamila Pecherek, Alberto Lopez, Matthew Palkimas, Maria Camila Bernal, Olivia Schuitema. Photo by Jackie Abreu

MAHONEY 2

Shai Horowitz, Jasmin Lewis, Bruna Fernándes De Silva, Emily Kalbac, Julian Carter, Samuel Fuller, Paloma Juno, Swati Narasimhan, Anairen Rodríguez, Gabriela Arroyo, Ayshna Desai. Photo by Jackie Abreu

MAHONEY 3 FRONT ROW: Grace Russo, Grace Migliozzi, Ana D’Angelo, Claire Ifrah, Sere Politano; BACK ROW: Briannne Buinowsko, Natalia Kibonoeka, Stephanie McLaughlon, Leila Thompson, Taylor Doanld, Lydra Franklin, Samantha Holl, Rachel Westhoff. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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MAHONEY 5 Deja Kearney, Sydney Steel, Samuel Hemmingstad, Kamila Pecherek, Alberto Lopez, Matthew Palkimas, Maria Camila Bernal, Olivia Schuitema. Photo by Jackie Abreu

MAHONEY 6

Owen White, Shawn Khosla, Dema Ammar, Marc Levine, Sarah Ortiz-Monasterio, Saskia St Lot, Avalon Vincent. Photo by Jackie Abreu

MAHONEY 7 Grace Russo, Grace Migliozzi, Ana D’Angelo, Claire Ifrah, Sere Politano, Briannne Buinowsko, Natalia Kibonoeka, Stephanie McLaughlon, Leila Thompson, Taylor Doanld, Lydra Franklin, Samantha Holl, Rachel Westhoff, Maya Lubarsky, Ana Rodriguez. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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MIKE HERNANDEZ Biology Major

“My English class is all the way in Stanford so I have to leave my dorm 25 minutes before class or else I’ll be late. Especially with the construction happening on campus, my walk is pretty long.”

Pearson

Residents living here have the easiest commute to their classes, but how close are they really to all of the other buildings on campus?

By Nina Garza

One perk of living on campus is being able to sleep in for a few extra minutes due to the close proximity to the classroom buildings. That often might be the case if a class scheduled is scheduled in one's own residential building. However, Pearson resident Mike Hernandez did not get so lucky. The construction of the new Student Housing Village disrupts many students walks to the freshman towers and Eaton residential college where many classes are held. Instead, pedestrians are forced to walk around the University Center in order to get to the south edge of Lake Osceola. On the other hand, the location works in certain students favor. Sophomore Kristian Del Rosario said this about her walk from Pearson, “since I’m a communication studies major most of my classes are either in the School of Communication or at the LC. So my walk is not far at all. I walk past the dining hall and the business school and I’m there within less than ten minutes.” “My longest walk would have to be to the Cox science building, it takes me about 15 minutes to get there. Pearson is so much closer to the classroom buildings on campus compared to Hecht and Stanford. I definitely had to leave my dorm room last year so much earlier than I do now”, said Jordan Gallant, another sophomore resident of Pearson. Walking to class in the humid Miami weather may not be enjoyable, but the beautiful campus makes the trek a little bit better.

HUSTLE & BUSTLE On a busy day during the semester, the entrance to Pearson Residential College is filled with students going to and from class. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

GETTING TO CLASS

LONGEST WALKS FLIPSE BUILDING ~20-25 minutes STANFORD & HECHT CLASSROOMS ~15-20 minutes COX SCIENCE BUILDING ~10-15 minutes

SHORTEST WALKS MAHONEY-PEARSON CLASSROOMS ~1 minute SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION ~7 minutes BUSINESS SCHOOL ~5 minutes

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PEARSON 2 Hannan Vilchis-Zubizarreta, Mizelle Joy Hornilla, Jordane Bloomfield, Christasia Miller, Tia Dupont, Rachel Sorkenn, Galilah Woubshet, Paige Liskiewicz, Rebecca Ripley, Roman Deana, Timothy Higgins Anthony Deana, Shanic Hyler, Stephen Hueniken. Photo by Jackie Abreu

PEARSON 3 FRONT ROW: Rebecca Williams, Natalia Canellas, Sheila McAndrew, Sophia Pete, Tiffani Bellaron, Katherine Mendilut, Devi Nallakumar, Abigail Jordan; BACK ROW: Jaclyn Angelo, Emily Deutsch, Kelly Mcloughln, Sophia Dippolito, Sierra Strattan, Alex Botto, Isabella Campbell, Kendall Kilberge, Shaila Mohinani. Photo by Kayla Foster

PEARSON 4

Morgan Boone, Karina Cepeda, Karina Sloan, Alex Harris, Christina Villar, Bryan Calhoun, Jordan Gallant, Herveline Saintil, Rose Gupta, Rachna Kamath. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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PEARSON 5

Madison Mcresson, Jake Teplitzky, Matt Karas, Raj Singh, Alex Martinez, Jordan Walker, Nick Uban, Carl Gillies, Kyle Elgarten, Christopher Vanacore, Dylan Tice, Channing Washlesky. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

PEARSON 6 Manny Villar, Nasir Mason, Khari Lightsey, Lindsey Green, Avi Botwinick, Michael Davis, Joslie Belanus, Zhiyuan Li, Taylor Haper. Photo by Jackie Abreu

PEARSON 7 FRONT ROW: Kyris Lewis, Aiseosa Osaghee; BACK ROW: Bailey O'Brien, Cole, Amura Patterson, Kayla Johnson, Sherry Lubin, Seraphina Choi, Noa Etedgi, Kaito Nazawa. Photo by Kayla Foster

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QUICK TRIP Juniors Jocelyn Kane and Katie Davis wait for the shuttle to arrive before their classes. The Hurry 'Cane shuttle picks up University Village residents at a central location and drops them off in the center of campus near the food court and library. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

University Village Living at the University Village apartments gives students the feeling of being more independent with the convenience of living on campus

By Nina Garza

When students live at the University Village, more widely known as the UV, they get the best of both worlds: they get to experience what it is like to live at an apartment without actually having to be far from campus. The UV is especially perfect for students without cars because class is just a short shuttle ride or brisk walk away. Claudia Argueta, resident at the UV says, “Since I do not have car, the UV is the perfect place for me, I just hop on the shuttle in the morning and it drops me off right in the center of campus.” Besides the close distance the UV provides, students also love the feeling of being on their own and independent. Rosario Chinchilla says living in the UV is “definitely a really great step into adulthood and living by yourself gives you a sense

STUDY TIME With the University Buildings being far from Richter Library, senior Lev Botea and junior Emily Mahmoud study in the common area of Emily’s UV apartment. Photo by Nina Garza

of independence. Also, it doesn’t feel completely lonely because you still have your suitemates.” Unlike the dorms, the layout of the UV apartments includes a kitchen, living room area, and laundry room with a washer and dryer. Iciar Riaza says she loves having a kitchen and being able to cook for herself because it makes her feel more independent and gives her a more realistic glimpse of what like would be like living on her own. The UV is still a University of Miami facilitated dorm – there are still mandatory meetings, a welcome desk, and the convenience of having a Resident Assistant answer any questions at all times. Getting into the UV is a bit different than other dorms as it requires 60 plus credits to be able to live in the UV unlike other housing at the University of Miami. Despite this, many of the residents in the UV enjoy the amenities it has to offer and see it as an upgrade from living in the other dorms at the University of Miami.

WHAT'S FOR DINNER? Junior Claudia Argueta takes advantage of the kitchen in her UV dorm, which allow residents to take control of their own meals without being limited to restaurants and the dining hall near campus. Photo by Nina Garza

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Adam Wahl, Ben Caplan, Juan Ochoa, Max Howson, Amy Meltzer, Kyra Freeman, Jasia Dickerson, Travis Reneau, Danoli Bryant. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

UV 3 FRONT ROW: Andrew Burkly, Carol Noueihed, Alejandro Sanchez Uribe, Chelsea-Jane Arcalas, Natalie Castillo ; BACK ROW: Jesse Ojanen, Amber Guiao, Raisa Salik, Bryan Ibarra, John Graham, Timba Tapamo Has, Ashley Accorto, Ashley Bahamonde, Isabella Lugo. Photo by Morgan Thomson

UV 4

FRONT ROW: Ellen Hinshaw, Shelby Laws, Alex Underwoo, Monica Miranda, Ozette Ostrow; BACK ROW: Jerry Williams, Tamim Zeineddine, Rio Tang, Annika Socha, Briana Thompson, Chantel Batista, Pablo De Los Santos, Karif Roper, Alex Kamphorst. Photo by Morgan Thomson

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UV 5 FRONT ROW: Madeleine Doris, Jilian Sansone, Jasmin Dhruv, Jimmy Ge, Kyia Herlth, Kaitlin Chen; BACK ROW: Abraham Zimmerman, Alex Voutsinas, David Ehrens, Haley Kross, Shannar O'Connor. Photo by Jackie Abreu

UV 6 FRONT ROW: Sujatha Raman, Roxanne Yu, Sofia Vignolo, Erin Regan; BACK ROW: Nicole Lembo, Kelly Lynch, Samantha Brindley, Marissa Song, Justin Miller, Michael Croly, Ellie Kong. Photo by Morgan Thomson

UV 7

FRONT ROW: Jocelyn Glennon, Shannon Gillespie, Rod Dunlap; SECOND ROW: Kiera Rumbough, Violet Sullivan, Natalie Hickerson, Samantha Mirante, Adriana Baez, Emmi Velez, Christian Brown, Antonio Mercurius, Chazz Guerra Ogiste; BACK ROW: Isabella Espenscheid, Jenna Shorten, Katie Robinson, Connor Whittum, Kyle Kingma, Jacob Baldwin, Andrew Garvey, Michael Miano, Priyanka Singhi. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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Sebastian, the name is

Sebastian the Ibis

A beloved mascot, a friend to everyone, but most importantly, a highly sought-after selfie partner on campus. Three seniors revealed themselves as the man behind the mask at graduation, and they share their favorite things about being everyone's most beloved bird Interviews by Alize Ramirez-Canas and Photos by Kristian DelRosario

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Q&A

Q: When did you audition for Sebastian? How as your reaction

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GONZALEZ: I auditioned in the fall of my freshman year. I was

said, it can be interesting to balance because Sebastian comes at a very close second. It's always a fun adventure running from class to an event across campus and then back again.

beyond ecstatic. Immediately called my parents, but then partied driving home, because I couldn't tell anyone.

Q: What’s your favorite Sebastian outfit?

WRIGHT: My sophomore year. I was in the back of an Uber

GONZALEZ: The classic orange football jersey.

coming home from a pool party with my roommates, when I got the call from Rogelio that I was picked. I was ecstatic and blared absolute bangers the whole way home.

WRIGHT: Blackout football jerseys. I looked so good.

when you got the job?

NUÑEZ: I auditioned my sophomore year. I was shocked when I found out because I saw so many other people auditioning and thought that there was no way I could get the job!

Q: What was your first event and what was it like? Were you

NUÑEZ: The basketball uniform. Mainly because I loved women's basketball. Such a passionate crowd, a great team, and incredible coach always made me excited to work! There's also more flexibility and space to move around the arena and have some crowd interaction.

nervous?

Q: What do you think it takes to be Sebastian?

GONZALEZ: My first event was a pep rally on the Green in honor

GONZALEZ: Great physical condition, a love for the alma mater,

of Jim Kelly.

and a love for the students and fans.

WRIGHT: I attended the Homecoming Tree ceremony and I was

WRIGHT: You have to have the commitment to embody the

very nervous. Any Homecoming event has an extra layer of importance, with it being such an meaningful week.

spirit of the "U." If you don’t bring that sense of swagger to the role, you put the reputation of Sebastian at risk.

NUÑEZ: My first event ever was a luncheon for the Golden

NUÑEZ: I think it takes a special formula of characteristics to

'Canes! I was extremely nervous because it was a tight space with a lot of elderly guests, so I was scared of tripping or injuring someone.

Q: What’s a cool event that you were able to do as Sebastian? GONZALEZ: Every event was a cool event; being Sebastian the Ibis anywhere makes everything amazing.

WRIGHT: I was able to perform on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and that was an experience I will never forget.

NUÑEZ: I think the coolest event I ever did was filming a Buffalo

be Sebastian. Among the others, we all have our different characteristics, but we are all passionate about the U! Sebastian is flexible and energetic, but most importantly Sebastian is selfless.

Q: Being Sebastian is a big commitment, are you in any other clubs?

GONZALEZ: I'm also a part of Miami International Outreach and the Phi Delta Epsilon Premedical Fraternity.

WRIGHT: I was a part of Off the Wire, UMTV’s very own

Wild Wings video in St. Louis, Missouri. We filmed at an actual BWW restaurant, so we had to wait until the restaurant was closed and film overnight. It was with a ton of other mascots, so certainly a hyper night, but we got free wings!

late-night comedy show. Being around so many hilarious people inspired me to be much more creative as Sebastian. I recommend joining to anyone who wants to grow comedically, or if you’re just looking for a funny group of people

Q: How do you balance school and being Sebastian?

NUÑEZ: Yes, I was in Student Government, Homecoming

GONZALEZ: Guidance from great mentors, and being strict with myself. When I set times for studying, to work around the events for Sebastian, I stick to the schedule to not fall behind on my academics. School always comes first.

WRIGHT: From my experience, the job made me much more organized than I was before which helped me in the classroom.

NUÑEZ: For Sebastian, school always comes first! That being

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Executive Committee, and Orientation while I was Sebastian!

Q: What's the biggest pro or a con about being Sebastian? GONZALEZ: There are no cons, you're Sebastian The Ibis! The love you feel from all the students and fans everywhere is the biggest pro.

WRIGHT: One con would be that many dogs are terrified of Sebastian. I love dogs. This was a painful hurdle to get over,


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but the smile on someone’s face when they get a selfie and are just overcome with joy is an unbeatable feeling.

emergency, we always work together to troubleshoot and find (creative) solutions in usually a five minute window.

NUÑEZ: The biggest pro is attending really cool events!

Q: What does it mean to be Sebastian?

Whether it's an ACC tournament, a groundbreaking for a building on campus, or a wedding surprise for a rival school marriage, a Sebastian event always comes with a fun personal story or history attached to UM. One con is the early events. Working a 5K or Marathon at 7 a.m., means I have to wake up by around 5:30 a.m. With my luck too, they're never close by... But hey, look at how much I've done before the sun is up!

GONZALEZ: It's embodying every principle and aspect of the university, to dedicate your time to making others happy and excited everywhere you go. It means loving the students, faculty, and fans; cheering together as a family.

WRIGHT: Sebastian is the combination of the values found

Q: What’s your Sebastian support system? Do you guys attend each other’s events?

in everyone in the "U" family; overwhelming pride, and an undeniable tenacity to give back. Sebastian means nothing without the spirit of the people that make up UM.

WRIGHT: Birds flock together. We always watch each other’s

NUÑEZ: Being Sebastian, means being an ambassador

backs around campus from the shadows. When schedules align, we try to hangout outside of meetings and practices.

for UM. It means being the biggest fan at all times, and understanding the paradox of nothing being about you, but about the audience at the event, even though when Sebastian is around... It's always about him. Being a selfless person is critical to being a Sebastian, and enjoying your time doing it!

NUÑEZ: The Sebastian support system is strong! We chat all day sending UM Athletics updates or photos, but most importantly we're there for each other. When we have an

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9:00 AM

MORNING CAFFEINE

Sebastian waits in line at Starbucks to grab his morning coffee.

extraordinary

just an

BIRD

When it comes to cheering on the team, enjoying campus events or even waiting in line for coffee, there is always a particular Ibis standing out in the crowd

Photos by Kristian DelRosario

12:00 PM FINAL DRAFT Though there may be a line, there are many color or black and white printers available to send a task to. Students pay for printing using their UPrint account.

IBIS AT WORK With 3.75 million books available at the library, it may take some time to comb through the sections for the perfect material. Photo by Kristian DelRosario

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11:00 AM FIRST DRAFT Richter Library has computers available for patrons to use.


9:15 AM

STARBUCKS SELFIE

It's not the beginning of the day until Sebastian snaps a selfie or photo with someone on campus.

BACK TO THE GRIND Sebastian swipes into Richter Library before the after-class rush hits. Photo by Kristian DelRosario

9:45 AM

SWIPE IN

Canecard access is required to enter Richter Library without signing in as a guest.

9:46 AM

SUCCESS

After a successful entry, it's time to hit the books and get to work.

10:00 AM READING UP Sebastian hits the books in the stacks, where five of the nine floors are filled with material.

OH, LIZARDS Sebastian gets up close and personal with a student's lizard they were on campus with. Photo by Kristian DelRosario

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SPORTSFEST FINAL TALLY COLLEGE

POINTS

UV

1,062

STANFORD

747

HECHT

723

PEARSON

629

MAHONEY

574

EATON

489

COMMUTERS

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SPORTSFEST WINNERS: UV FRONT ROW: Phallon Tullis-Joyce, Janeth Campbell, Olivia Gassner, Kira Telford, Kyra Freeman, Rod Dunlap, Natalie Castillo, Lindsay Garcia, Natalie Asenjo, Charli Beam, Peyton Pullem, Emily Risdon; BACK ROW: Mike Lennon, David Ehrens, Neal Taibel, Antonia Bartlett, Alex Kamphorst, CJ Arcalas, Bobby Williams, Jordan Hill, Vanessa Van Dyke, Grant Coffman, Peter Khoury, Jake McCallister, Oscar Qiu, Ibrahim Ali, Pedro Sainz de Baranda, Zuri McFarlane, Harold Tapamo, Roger Charles, Katie Giacobbe, Sophia Vignolo. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

YOU SUNK MY BATTLESHIP Have you ever wished your favorite childhood board game would come to life? Then welcome to Battleship, Sportfest's live action version of the classic board game with a twist. Unlike the actual board game, teams do not use coordinates to sink their opponents. Instead they competed in canoes and poured buckets of water in other teams' canoes, in hopes to sink their opponents' boat. Teams competed against each other in groups of four, each representing their floors. "The game is set up in a single elimination tournament style bracket," said Justin Stevens, Hecht's Pentland 11 resident assistant. There were three teams per game and only one winner per game. Due to the resident crocodile in Lake Osceola, Battleship is a new sportsfest competition as a replacement for the canoe races. Hecht's McDonald floor three won for the women's tournament and Walsh 2 Walmart Greeters took the win for the men's. By Kayla Foster

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WATER THOSE Getting ready to attack their opponent, the Walsh 2 Walmart Greeters fill their buckets with water. Photo by Jackie Abreu


WATCH OUT Sebastian the Ibis leads the men and women Pearson teams, who won last year, in the opening ceremonies. Photo by Jackie Abreu

Battle of the

BUILDINGS University Village came out on top after two days of competing in Sportsfest with a recordbreaking score of 1,062 points

WE GOT THIS The Eaton Falls huddle up to give each other a pep talk before competing in kickball. Photo by

By Nina Garza

Residents of the UV who participated in this year’s Sports Fest not only won special Adidas merchandise, but also earned major

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bragging rights for taking the gold. The UV’s men’s and women’s teams both came out in first place with the overall building making history by gaining 1,062 points throughout the record, the most ever won by a team. In the men’s division, the UV Krusty Krab took first place with 875 points, followed by the commuters men’s team, the Shifters, in second place with 685 points, and Walsh 4 The Culture took third with 635. In the women’s division, the UV Story took first place with 1,060 points breaking the record for most points earned, followed by RT4 Toni’s Homies in second place with 605 points and the Mahoney women’s team, Mahunnies, came in third place with 595 points. “Winning Sportsfest for a second time during my senior year was incredible,” said senior Michael Lennon. “My team won during my freshman year, and those same friends were on my team this year. It really came full circle.” This was the second time in the building’s history that the UV won Sportsfest. Last year, Pearson took the win for the first time, but unfortunately placed fourth this year. Sportsfest is a twoday competition where students in each residential college, and commuters, battle it out in various activities. This year, there were a total of 1,935 participants.

PULL HARDER After a long day of competition, Walsh 4 the Culture men's team attempts to defeat the PRC Doodlebobs in Tug of War. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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GO 'CANES The student section throws up the "U" to the "Imperial March" at the first football game of the season against BethuneCookman. The song is played when the Hurricanes' defense makes a third down stop. Photo by JC Ridley

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RAFAEL CARIELLO Junior

"My favorite memory began with waking up at 5 a.m. for College GameDay and being on TV surrounded by other fans yelling for hours. It was so amazing seeing our beautiful campus on national TV. All the way to game time, Hard Rock was the loudest I’ve ever heard it. I had goosebumps. It was an amazing game to experience and that 41-8 final score was even better."

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Alisha Chugani Chatlani David Chung Perry Ciriello Elisabeth Clagett Alexander Claman John Clapp Jade Clark

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Madison Erman Emma Esch Candice Escobar

ANDREA CANDELARIA Junior

"Being a Great Start Counselor for these past two summers has consistently been the highlight of my experience here at UM. The impacts you make on these first yearcommuter students and the bonds you make with other counselors in the process really influenced me on not only how to be a leader at UM but be a better person at UM. It has definitely been an experience of a lifetime."

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MISHA CRUZ Sophomore

"My favorite UM memory was going to Orlando with the National Student Advertising Competition team. Everyone bonded and got so close. It was by far one of the best weekends!"

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Shaan Khosla Julia Kiffel Kyle Kingma Kaylan Knitowski Julia Kohl Madison Komara Sophia Kotik

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Mohammed Moosa Mavel Morales Camila Moreno Patrick Moriarty Matthew Morse Stephanie Mosberg Donna Moshe

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KAYLA FOSTER Sophomore

"My favorite UM memory has to simply be just sitting around the lake and eating delicious tacos during the Homecoming fireworks with my girls.

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Gabriele Otis Ishan Outram Kimberly Overton

OBI OKOLO Junior

"My favorite UM memory would have to be the Owambe Fashion Show hosted by ASU. So much work had gone into planning it and seeing everyone enjoying themselves made all of the sacrifices worth it."

Nora Pakravan Virginia Palazzolo Russo Carla Palenzuela Daniel Palma Alison Pappalardo Christina Paraggio Katrina Pardo

Ashley Paris Gillian Parkinson Katarzyna Pasternak Hannah Pastore Rakhi Mira Patel Shivam Patel Shree Patel

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Bennett Phan MacKenzie Phillips Daria Pietropaolo Sydney Pincus Emma Pitcairn Melanie Planas Bhargavi Pochi

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Purbasha Rahman Bryceton Raley Kellan Ramrattan Marisa Rao James Rauh Michael Rehmann Matthew Rembold

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Tiffani Roberti Cameron Roberts Samantha Roberts Daniela Rocca Lincoln Rodon Amanda Rodriguez Angelica Rodriguez

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Samantha Shinder Robert Shore Julia Siegel Paul Sigars Emily Silvershein Ramez Singer Julia Sirven

Nicolle Skubic Krystal Socorro Ace Soto Sara Soto Colin Speirs Giselle Spicer Griffin Steele

Michael Steier Benjamin Steinberg Cameryn Steiner

Julia Steiner Kennedi Stephens Carla Stieghorst

MANVI RAGAN SETH Junior

"My favorite memory is watching UM win the game against FSU. My friends and I were praying for the spell to be broken and I was so glad to see the team’s hard work finally pay off."

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Rebecca Swan Shaina Swimmer Sandra Taboada Zhaoxiong Tan Cesar Tejeda Gabriella Tejeda Brian Tessicini

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Silvana Cabral Nathaly M. Gonzalez Liam Henkels Rafael Llamas Claudine Halabi Claudia Lopez Ashley Baez

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Ibis Yearbook and the Office of Student Affairs did a soft launch of allowing students to use their Canecard photo in the yearbook during Spring Orientation


'CANE GRAD Sebastian the Ibis leads the audience in a C-A-N-E-S spellout during the spring commencement ceremony. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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TAYLOR MCLEAN Senior

"My favorite UM memory is driving up to Tallahassee with five of my best friends for the Miami vs. FSU game and accidentally driving to Georgia. We told ourselves in the car that entering another state would all be worth it if we won. And of course we did, and we all cried in the stadium!"

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Breanna Acitelli Alix Acosta Victoria Adinolfi Hannah Africk Emily Aguila

Alexa Aguilar Monica Aguilera Noureen Ahmed Landon Akiyama Kevin Al-Abdala

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Marlou Abril Aviel Abuhav Salman Abuljadayel


Rakan Al-Mansoori Joseph Alagna Rakan Dhari Alaiban Heba Alasfour Bader Wam Alawadhi

Abdulaziz Albabtain Abdulrahman Albader Vincent Albelo Khaled Aldakheil Maryam Aldeaij

Khaled Aldelaigan Ahmed Aldhaheri Michael Alexander Anfal Aljumah Saif Alkuwaiti

Baron Alloway Abdulrahman Alrashdan Talal Alsaqoby Daniel Altman Amanda Alvarez

Livia Alvarez Ali Alyileili Alexander Ambrose Sabrina Anand Theodore Appel

Aidan Appleby Carolina Arango Elisa Araujo Chelsea-Jane Arcalas Katherine Archer

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Makena Bateman Catherine Batista Chantel Batista

Raheem Beauvais John-Patrick Becerril Mary Beggs

ALEXIS DE LA ROSA Senior

"My favorite memory was the football game vs. FSU in 2016. At the time, my sister was a freshman at FSU, so the sibling rivalry was at an all time high. Although we didn't win that year, tailgating with all my friends and all her friends was a blast, and beating her the year after was even better!"

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Nicole Bellizzi Raquel Benatar Leonardo Salomon Benatar Waissmann


Dalia Benchimol Matilde Beraja Ryan Berkun Genevieve Berman Matthew Bernanke

Claire Bernardin Owen Berry Nicole Besen Alexander Besmer Adriana Bevilacqua

Michael Ara Bezjian Ran Bi Samuel Bierman Briana Bigio Mohammad Bin Hajji

Noor Bittar Shawntrell Blackman Jennifer Blanco Olivia Bobes Barbara Bologni

Alyssa Bolt Ashley-Marie Bombino Jerry Bonnell Marion Bonnet Kayla Boris

Sol Botbol Basile Bougenot Kyle Bourke Madison Bowden Michael Boyle

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Lauren Brack Nathaniel Bradley Stefan Brehnan Marilara Brewer David Breyer

John Brittingham Iii Matthew Brotz Kathrine Brown Sean Buchanan MacKenzie Buckley

Kristen Bufkin Kassadi Bulich Jennifer Burdeen Jordan Buren Breeana Burns

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Autumn Burpo Rhyann Burt Asia Cadet Jorge Calix Otavio Luis Camara Da Silva

Vitor Hugo Camara Da Silva Natasha Camarillo Mario Camilo Silva Aldo Canals Henry Capants

Benjamin Caplan Ann Cappetta Nicholas Carbonetto Sophia Caride Hunter Carpenter

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PEOPLE | seniors


Larissa Carreras Johnny Carroll Catherine Carter

Chase Caruso Michael Caryl Kaitlyn Casanas

PATRICIA COLON Senior

Kimberly Casanas Kristen Casanas Austin Cassidy

"My favorite memory is my first homecoming, during Hurricane Howl, seeing the combination of alumni, faculty, and current students gathered around the lake watching the fireworks, made me feel proud to be part of the 'Canes community and know that I’ll always be a ‘Cane."

Manuela Castano Cruz Julia Castellano Cesar Castillo Natalie Castillo Vanessa Castro

Daniella Castro Caballero Raymond Catena Melia Cavedoni Eric Kevin Cecil Dylan Ceder

Vincent Cendan Ana Claudia Chacin Ximei Chai Samuel Chan Roger Charles

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Sabrina Cheikhali Haorui Chen Ida Chen Keying Cheng Anthony Chiccarine

Chelsea Chico Allison Chin Beatriz Chinea Sissi Chinea Julia Chong

Sean Chowdhari Andrea Cicilia Tiari Cisterna Haley Clark Isabella Claure

Sebastian Coello Grant Coffman Don Shaul Cohen Jonathan Cohen Lindsay Cohen

Alexandra Colaizzi Catherine Coleman Reid Collis Kevin Coltrain Patricia Colon

Teela Comeau Danielle Coogan Fawlene Copeland Kaitlyn Cornish Brandon Costa

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PEOPLE | seniors


Maria Cova MacKenzie Cox Alexander Crom Alyssa Cruz Isabella Cueto

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Daniela Cusco Diaz Michele Cutri Erin Dandes Christopher Daniels Nikhil Das

Elizabeth Davoli Nicholas De Angelis Luisa De Sa Martins Fonseca Richard Scott Delgado Julia Denissova

Sandeep Dhingra Sarah Dia Jessica Diaz

Kenny Diaz Kristine Dillon Cameron Dodd

FRANCESCO SAUTTO Senior

Katia Dongo Ajay Doniparthi Stephanie Duarte

"My favorite memory at UM has to be doing the senior walk with all of my fellow seniors and then seeing our football team beat Notre Dame, feeling the roar of the crowd echo throughout the stadium made me feel proud to be a Miami Hurricane."

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Taryn Dwyer Briana Earhart Dylan Echevarria

Cody Edelenbos Kayle Edwards David Ehrens

ISABELLA CUETO Senior

"My favorite UM memory is watching shows from the wings at the Jerry Herman Ring Theatre as I waited for the actors to run backstage for a costume change." Adam Eibel Teagan Emkjer Victor Escalona

Natalia Escobar Sarah Espiedra Adriana Espinoza Paola Espinoza Danielle Estis

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Lilian Pamela Estupinan Madison Facciola Sarwan Fahim Dominique Fairley Olumide Fajolu

Hassan Faour Keion Farmer Elise Farnum Michael Fenuccio Katherine Fernandes

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PEOPLE | seniors


Annelise Fernandez Gabrielle Ferrara Tais Mayara Ferreira Coelho Paul Finazzo Jessica Fine

Matthew Fink Gabriel Fischler Isaac Fishman Ryan Fitzpatrick Emmet Flanigan

Jessica Flores Nelly Flores-Paz Ashley Forbes Jesse Forstot Kevin Forte

Alani Fraga Adianez Fragoso Maria Elisa Franco Michael Fredette Sydney Freedberg

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Tristan Friedman Takeshi Fukui Andrew Gabig Emily Galvez Jasmine Gamiz

Liam Gannon Ge Gao Alexandra Garcia Ryan Garcia Thalia Garcia

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Blaise Garfall Olivia Gassner Earl Generato Benjamin Genereaux Carmen Gilbert

Tyler-Ann Gilzene Maxine Gimbel Sydney Giordano Jaskè Goff Ii Justin Goldberg

Matthew Golden Margaret Goldman Marisa Goldman Shellee Goldstein Ana Gonzalez

Francesca Gonzalez Jose Gonzalez Luis Gonzalez

Natalia Gonzalez Rogelio Gonzalez Adriana Gonzalez Braniff

ANNIE CAPPETTA Senior

"My favorite memory is getting lost and covered in mud on an icy mountain and singing "Bohemian Rhapsody" in Bohemian Paradise, with people who I barely knew but later became my best friends while abroad on the UPrague program."

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PEOPLE | seniors

Enrique Gonzalez Vanessa Gonzalez-Gomez Brandon Gordon


Andrea Gorrin Angelica Gousse Vaidya Govindarajan Rebecca Graffam Victoria Graham

Natalie Granda Christopher Granito Gabriella Grau Emilie Anne Greaves Christopher Green

Courtney Green Peri Green Morgan Greene Gavin Grieb Kayla Griffin

Kevin Griffin Abigail Griffith Carlee Grubbs Rachel Grunert Jiahui Gu

Yajie Gu Daniela Guerra Richard Guerra Nina Guerrero David Guevara

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Amber Guiao Madolyn Guillard Nianyi Guo Emily Hahm Christian Haire

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Yi Han Gabrielle Hand Brandon Hanna Kevin Hannan Matthew Harris

Teren Hart Joanna Hasenauer Blake Hawthorne Jiajie He Leland Hebert

Deanna Henry Amanda Hequin Mark Emmanuel Hequin Ganapolsky Brianna Hernandez Francisco Hernandez

Magaly Hernandez Amanda Herrera Kevin Herrera Natalie Hickerson Robert Highbloom

Amanda Hillegass Ana Hinestrosa Alexia Hirlemann Marlee Hirsch Benjamin Ezra Hoffman

Jonathan Hoffmann Richard Holmes Kaitlyn Hopkins Xavier Hopkins John Horan

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PEOPLE | seniors


Samuel Horowitz Apryl House Katherine Hovan

Max Howson Weiming Hu Hui Huang

EDEN MEKONNEN Senior

Jiajun Huang Kan Huang Zihan Huang

"One of my favorite memories was when my friend hosted an Oscars watch party at our apartment and we made a red carpet out of paper, had sparkletinis and she made cupcakes with the names of the Best Picture nominees. We had an amazing time, we ate a lot and just enjoyed each other’s company. It was so extra but in a great way and I was so grateful to be around such warm people. I’ll miss the community I had at UM the most."

Kaitlyn Huaroto Carly Huffman Kaylee Hughes Steven Hutnik Alexander Hutson

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Catherine Huynh Bryan Ibarra Hector Ibarzabal Sebastian the Ibis Mary Katherine Ibanez

Annalise Iraola Gabriel Iriza Gabriel Isnard Peixoto Garrett Ivanicki Sterling Jackson

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Matthew Jaffee Hera Jamal Natalie Jamal Kacey James Kyle Jeffery

Yuzhou Ji Han Jiang Alec Jimenez Alejandra Jimenez Li Jing

Chelsea Jocelyn Joshua Johnson Mallory Johnson Veronica Johnson Grace Johnston

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Tristan Joya Payton Kaar Jenna Kaminsky Alexander Kamphorst William Kane

Rebecca Kaplan Fajer Karimy Taylor Karp Alex Katz Daniel Katz

Nicholas Katz Brian Anthony Keenan Jr. Thomas Kelly Thomas Kelly Stephanie Kenney

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PEOPLE | seniors


Hannah Kenny Ryan (John) Kerge Peter Khoury Hunter King Luiza Kinzerska-Martinez

Dylan Kirschenbaum Emily Kirstein Kristen Klein Alexa Koch Moritz Koeppenkastrop-Lueker

Adam Kohn Alyce Kuo Alison Kupin Amanda L'Hussier Walleska Lacayo

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Tamsen Lake Mia Lam Robert Lam

Alessandra Lanaro Nina Land Joseph Landing

COLIN MURPHY Senior

Jacobo Landman Natalie Landman Adeline Lange

"My favorite memory is when we played Notre Dame in 2017. UM was already undefeated, riding the national craze of the turnover chain, and coming in as a heavy underdog against the Fighting Irish. The 'Canes started hot and never looked back. I’ve never heard anything louder than when Trajan Bandy intercepted ND's backup QB with time winding down in the first half. The Irish were trying to get back in the game, but the pick six made the game 27-0 and essentially ended Notre Dame's hope. The crowd went nuts as the U family cheered as one."

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Jose Alfredo Lardizabal Jeffrey Larson Davin Laskin

Victoria Lavinio Jamie Lazzaro John Le

BRIANA HERNANDEZ Senior

"Months of work culminated in the event, Election Night. Students with all different beliefs and hopes regarding the election came together in one place to witness the outcome of the political process. And honestly, pretty much any memory with my GOTV Fam is a favorite."

Maggie Lee Kristen Lemes Heidi Lemon Michael Lennon Carl Leveille

Jake Levison Carley Levitz Justin Levy Anqi Li Chenmeng Li

Christine Li Chujun Li Wanyu Li Yixing Li Yesenia Licor

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PEOPLE | seniors

Christina Leander Rachel Leder Clarice Lee


Chase Lim Haiyi Lin Megan Lipsky James Litchhult Allen Liu

Fan Liu Qinyi Liu Noribel Llanes Jonathan Lo Sean Loftus

Jaclyn Lopez Joachim Lopez Erika Lowenthal Jiahui Lu Maya Lubarsky

Joseph Lucci Iv Holtz Ludlam Christian Lugo Isabella Lugo Maria Isabel Lopez-Lay Esteve

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Samuel MacK Hitomi Maeno Luciano Magurno Sara Mahini Madeline Mahoney

Leiana Maiberg David Maldonado Yessica Maltes Lise Celeste Mamto Djemmo Jennifer Mancino

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Jordan Mandell Denise Manfrini Seth Manilove Irene Mulloy Manning Destiny Mantz

Daniela Marchiori Michele Marenus Matthew Michael Marin Diego Marquez Ava Marsh

Eleanor Martin Arianna Martinelli Anthony Martinez Daniela Martinez Daria Martorana

Andrew Masciarella Alec Mason William Massey

Natalie Massiah Blake Maune Cynthia May

GRACE GORDON Senior

"My favorite UM memory was my sophomore year, when I made a giant corn cob sign for Corn Elder, one of our football players at the time. Someone in the press got a picture of it, and it ended up getting posted on the Miami Hurricanes Facebook, Insta, and Twitter. Coincidentally, leaving Miami after I graduated, Corn Elder was in the security line in front of me, and I got to take a picture with him."

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PEOPLE | seniors

Nicolle Mazzei Kelly McBride Jacob McCallister


Michelle McClendon Vanessa McCloskey Rachel McCormick Zuri McFarlane Liam McGrath

Erik McKee Taylor McLean Rachel Medeiros Amanda Meeks Kyle Meerbott

David Mejia Diana Mejia Xiangjie Meng Noel Mengistie Lily Messmore

Alexander Michell Ross Milani Amanda Miller Chase Miller Christopher Miller

Courtney Milley Sinclaire Mills Esmail Miyanji Grant Mizel Michael Montanelli

Eitelberg Montarroyos Oscar Montealegre Chester Montefering Lukas Montejo Rebekah Montoto

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Amanda Montoya Jessica Morales Laura Morales Natalia Morales Daniel Morhaim

Kim Morton Natalie Muniz Mariana Munoz Serna Colin Murphy Julia Chen Myers

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Erika Nannery Jeronimo Naranjo Jack Naron Anwar Nass Layla Nassar

Adriana Nava Maria Navarro Jere Neill Ashley Nettles Joshua Netto-Rosen

Bianca Newton Frank Nicholas Angel Nieves Joanne Niworowski Kristen Noa

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Edward Noguera Wephnirva Nonord Christopher Novak Jessica Noil Eric O'Hara

348

PEOPLE | seniors


Rachel Ohnsman Jesse Ojanen Brandon Okun

Claudia Olszewski Maria Orbe Martin Orkuma

HEIDI LEMON Senior

"My favorite memory is when my ultimate frisbee team won our last game at sectionals and got a bid to regionals."

Aiseosa Osaghae Inngide Osirus Maximillian Oxenbridge

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Julia Paccone Antonella Pallante Olivia Pallo Ilaria Pan Marie Jacqueline Pape

Christian Pappas Matthew Paris Akhil Parlapalli Alvaro Parra Ayala Rafael Paz

Casey Pearce Sondra Pearson Lauren Peaslee Karen Perez Chloe Perlen

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Isabel Perna Neydja Petithomme Patrick Petrillo Miguel Piacquadio Ronchetti Lizbeth Pinto

Chantel Pita Michael Pizziol Esther Ponce De Leon Erika Porrino Annelise Potter

Sarah Potter Sophia Pressman Angelica Previero Megan Pringle Tyler Proctor

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Rachel Prostko Peyton Pullen Ruiyao Qi Kexin Qiu Masai Rains

Monica Ramirez Alize Ramirez-Canas Daniela Ramos-Delgado Kevin Ramrattan Joshua Ratay

Cody Ratcliff Thomas Rauser John Angelo Raymundo Estefania Re Coleman Reardon

350

PEOPLE | seniors


Rohit Reddy Andres Reid Caroline Reid Emerald Rempel Austin Rico

Tiffany Rigole Marcus Riley Emily Risdon Nikole Rizzo Jason Robaina

Stacy Robustelli Alec Rodriguez Alonso Rodriguez Christian Rodriguez Ezekiel Rodriguez

Jacqueline Rodriguez Natasha Rodriguez Olivia Rodriguez

Stefanie Rodriguez Thomas Rodriguez Ryan Rodriguez-Mena

YESSICA MALTES Senior

Alejandro Rojas Carleigh Romano Tal Ron

"My favorite memory here at UM was football season and making our own DIY turnover chains to wear to every game for good luck!."

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Nina Rortvedt Max Rosenfeld Julie Rosenthal

Brooke Rost Grayson Rothchild Alyssa Rothfeld

ALYSSA ROTHFELD Senior

"My favorite memory from UM is grabbing late night dining with all my friends after a night out or late nights in the library!" Hannah Rubino Catalina Rubio Nicolette Ruta

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Alyson Ruttgeizer Jacqueline Ryan Arrix Ryce Hunter Sable Olivia Sacks

Sara Sahrai Rodrigo Sainz De Vicuna Monica Samit Anna Samuel Cristina Sanchez

Reymond Sanchez Alessandra SanchezSenofonte Cesar Sandoval Joseph Santoro

352

PEOPLE | seniors


Leah Saunders Francesco Sautto Kellie Scanlon Gabriella Scaramucci Julia Schlosser

Brooke Schneider Claudia Schoeb Tyler Schoffelen Benjamin Schuman Casey Sciandra

MacKenzie Scully Stephanie Scuotto Jabari Sealy Zubin Sethi Dara Alexander Shahriari

Corey Shapiro Robyn Shapiro Samantha Shea Sijie Shen Sidney Sherman

Yaqian Shi Nicholas Shoupp Gururaj Shriram Jingyuan Shui Alexander Siegel

Zach Silberberg Zachary Silver Nicole Slap Jason Smith John Smith Iii

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MacKenzie Smyth Sammer Softa Claudia Spadaro Jack Spahn Jacob Spandorfer

Benjamin Spangler Brandon Stahl Isabella Stahl Michael Stangis Victor Starr

Julian Stephens Jackson Stewart Elan Stiberman Tyler Storch Emily Storrs

Christopher Stowell Amanda Suarez Esther Sultan Osechas

Anchen Sun Bo Sun Yuemiao Sun

JOHN PATRICK BECERRIL Senior

"My favorite memory here at UM was doing the fire extinguishers for the first time."

354

PEOPLE | seniors

Tyler Sutherland Isabel Sutnick Marc Szasz


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Elisa Sรกnchez Eduardo Tamborrel Celeste Tamers Haolan Tan Nichole Tatte

Sandra Taylor Samuel Teklitz Ashley Temple Rose Thatcher Taylor Thiesen

Laura Thornton Lauren Tierney Bridget Tighe Kevin Togami Stephanie Topal

Amanda Torres Camila Torres Jaramillo Lucas Tozzi Jack Tranchina Phallon Tullis-Joyce

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Carmen Tun Angelique Turner Jenny Ulber Terri Upson Daniel Urkov

Brianna Valdes Brianna Antonella Valdivia Gustav Van Rooyen Aleanna Vargas Alicia Veasy

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Patricia Vega Jason Vessal Patricia Victor Marion Vilberg Danielle Villa

Allison Villane Rachel Wagner Matthew Walter Jiaqi Wang Justin Wang

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Shih Hao (Henry) Wang Shuang Wang Sihan Wang Siyu Wang Xiaoying Wang

Yuchen Wang Ziwen Wang Alexandra Ware Hanna Webb Matthew Weinman

Andrew Weinstock Shani Weiss Michael Welch Rachel Wetstone Emily Wexler

Georgina Whelan Jillian Widensky Brandon Widman Elizabeth Wilcox James Williams

356

PEOPLE | seniors


Kyra Williams Michelle Williams Adina Williamson

Monica Wilson-Reid Andrew Winig Jaclyn Wohn

LUIS GONZALEZ Senior

Nikki Wong Benjamin Wright Shane Wright

"My favorite memories from UM are the football games. I grew up going to the games in the Orange Bowl and saw how packed those games would get, this past season reminded me a lot of the energy and environment that I experienced as a kid at those games."

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Ashley Wrushen Catherine Wu Yanan Wu Zishi Wu Danting Xia

Sabrina Xiao Xiaoshu Xu Jackie Yang Kehan Yang Siyuan Yang

Tingting Yang Yi Yang Yishan Yang Jasmyne Yeldell Jiaran Yu

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Maham Zafar Melissa Zafra Kristina Zahan Kelly Zahnen Abdulrahman Zainal

Brian Zalma Renata Zatarain Madeleine Zehnle Carlos Zerpa Yessenia Zevallos

Congrong Zhang Lanxin Zhang Ruiao Zhang Yalin Zhang Catherine Zhao

Yijin Zhao Junjia Zheng Lingyue Zheng Ke Zhou Lingjun Zhou

Rongye Zhu Tong Zhu Tony Zhu Jacob Ziaja Michelle Zogby

Ashley Zulueta

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PEOPLE | seniors


ON TO THE NEXT BIG ADVENTURE The graduates of the School of Nursing and Health Studies line up to walk across the big stage to recieve their diplomas. Photo by Jenny Abreu

CONGRATULATIONS class of 2018 HEADS UP Small beach balls rain from the ceiling at the end of the commencement ceremony in the Watsco Center. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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senior CHELSEA-JANE ARCALAS

Out of the entire senior class, these 18 seniors were chosen as the cream of the crop, the shining stars, the ultimate 'Canes Interviews by Alize Ramirez-Canas, photos by Kristian Del Rosario, photo illustration by Casey Lue and winners selected by Office of Student Affairs

STUDENTS NOT PICTURED

MEREDITH SLOAN

ARRIX RYCE SABRINA CHEIKHALI RICK LIN

DANIEL GOMEZ

LAURA THORNTON

DENISE OZTURK

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ROD DUNLAP

PEOPLE | senior spotlight


ALEXIS MUSICK

AYA ELTANTAWY AAISHA SANAULLAH

COLEMAN REARDON

KEION FARMER ALIZE RAMIREZ-CAÑAS

BRIANNA HERNANDEZ

EMILY BAJALIA

BRIANNA ANTONELLA VALDIVIA

ADRIAN NUÑEZ

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KEION FARMER From Fort Lauderdale, FL

From Miami, FL

Major in Management with minors in Business Law and Africana Studies

Majors in Business Law and Marketing

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

• Black Student Leadership Caucus (Co-Chair) • Homecoming Executive Committee (Vice Chair) • Miss University of Miami (Executive Chair)

My favorite memory of being a 'Cane is the amazing relationships that I have developed over the past four years. I have met some of my best friends, mentors, colleagues, and peers who will surely do amazing things during my time here. For these relationships and connections I will forever be grateful to my Alma Mater, The U.

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SABRINA CHEIKHALI

PEOPLE | senior spotlight

• TEDxUMiami (Co-Executive Director) • Category 5 (Graphic Design Chair) • Ibis Yearbook (Managing Editor)

My favorite memory as a Hurricane would most definitely be Hurricane Howl. I have had the chance to attend Howl as part of the parade and also as a student by the Lake, both of which are very memorable in their own way. Seeing all of the students, alumni, and community come together during such a festive time is heartwarming and so memorable. I can't wait to come back and experience it as an Alumna!


EMILY BAJALIA

ADRIAN NUÑEZ

From Jacksonville, FL

From Miami, FL

Major in Marketing with minors in Spanish and Communication

Majors in Management and Political Science

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

• Panhellenic Association (President) • Student Government (Treasurer) • Member of U Outreach Committee

My favorite memory of being a Cane...there are way too many to count! My top memories are definitely traveling to FSU to finally see the 'Canes beat the Seminoles, Homecoming Howl (all four years), singing in the homecoming Alma Mater competition, and spending Fridays at the Rat with friends during my last semester at the U.

• Student Government (President) • Orientation (Program Coordinator) • Homecoming Executive Committee (Member)

My favorite memory as a 'Cane, hands-down has to be beating FSU at their stadium in my senior year. Darrell Langham is a true Unsung Hero!

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DENISE OZTURK From Istanbul, Turkey

From Cohoes, NY

Major in Sport Administration with minors in Art History and Communications

Majors in Public Relations and Political Science

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

Sportsfest 2018 is one of my best memories during my time as a 'Cane. As a Resident Assistant (RA) in Mahoney Residential College, we won the Norm Parsons Sportsmanship award for the first time. RAs, residents and supervisors came together for a weekend full of various sporting events, uniting us as community. This sense of community and being a member of a loving and fun family is why I cherish this moment. Oh yeah, Mahoney yeah!

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COLEMAN REARDON

PEOPLE | senior spotlight

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

• Hecht Residential College (Resident Assistant) • Student Government (Vice President) • Homecoming Executive Committee (Member)

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

My first UM v. FSU football game as a freshman in 2014! I had never been in an atmosphere that electric and even though the game didn't end in our favor, it set the stage for more amazing UM-FSU games in my later years at Miami.


ARRIX RYCE

AYA ELTANTAWY

From Birmingham, AL

From Pembroke Pines, FL

Majors in Biochemistry, Nutrition, Religion, Medicine and Society with minors in Chemistry and Biology

Majors in Neuroscience and English with minor in Chemistry

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

• IMPACT Leadership Retreat (Coordinator)

My favorite memory is watching the Homecoming fireworks show around Lake Osceola during my first year.

• Muslim Students of UM (President)

My favorite memory is sitting by the lake with friends and unwinding after a day of classes.

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ALEXIS MUSICK From Palm Beach Gardens, FL

From Lake Mary, FL

Majors in Biology, Microbiology & Immunology, Political Science and Spanish with minor in Chemistry

Majors in Neuroscience and Philosophy with minor in Chemistry

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

• University of Miami Alternative Breaks (Co-Director) • Camp Kesem Miami (Operations Coordinator) • Student Government (FLC, CLC, and Elections Commission)

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

Watching the talent show during my third year of Camp Kesem Miami. During one magical day in August, our 120 kids had the opportunity to showcase their skills, from karate chopping cardboard boxes to performing beautiful slam poems. This is, of course, accompanied by our endless cheers, chants, and unconditional support. The talent show reminds me of how grateful I am to have found a family of other 'Canes who have such passion and genuine love for those around them! Nowhere else have I felt so inspired and lucky to be a part of this silly, joyful, and absolutely magical community.

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AAISHA SANAULLAH

PEOPLE | senior spotlight

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT • The Muslim Students of UM • Mangrove Literary Journal

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

I love the synergy on campus, especially around the Shalala Student Center in the middle of the day. I love running into people and learning about the organizations, events, and initiatives they're working on. There are always so many things happening on campus that my experience throughout my four years has been varied and eye-opening. I love being by the lake on late Friday afternoons when the sun is about to set and people are winding down. It's a beautiful time of day and I just love being in the middle of it, whether I'm finishing up work or hanging out with friends. In my opinion, that's the time of the week that best captures the essence of the U.


RICK LIN

ALIZÉ RAMIREZ-CAÑAS

From Fort Lauderdale, FL

From Miami, FL

Major in Public Health with minor in Chemistry

Majors in Public Relations with a minor in Public Health

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

• COISO (President) • First Year Fellow • Student Government Campus Liaison Council

International Week is my favorite memory from UM that I will always remember. I am studying aboard in Prague this semester, so I am extremely sad that I missed it this year. In the past few years, it has been amazing to see so many people come together and plan such a large event from the beginning of the spring semester and then to see it come into reality in April. The most rewarding part of International Week is being able to share various cultures and bring about awareness for these cultures to the university community. I think the impact that International Week has and the fun that it brings is what makes it my favorite memory of being a 'Cane!

• Ibis Yearbook • Kappa Kappa Gamma • Her Campus UMiami Chapter

My favorite memories range from watching Netflix with my roommates on a Friday night to spending afternoons #AtTheRat. Even though all four years were memorable, I have to say senior was unlike any other. I thought watching the 'Canes finally beat FSU would be the highlight of my year, but then College GameDay came to campus and we beat Notre Dame. When I thought it couldn't get any betterr, Drake came to campus. Everytime I thought "nothing can top this," something did. However what all of these have in common is how the student body came together to enjoy what the U had to offer.

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BRIANNA HERNANDEZ From Fort Lauderdale, FL

From Pembroke Pines, FL

Majors in Political Science and History with minors in Sociology and Philosophy

Majors in Biochemistry, Nutrition and Public Health with minor in LGBTQ Studies

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

• Get Out The Vote (President) • Student Government (Chief of Staff)

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

It's probably the moment I got asked, "Hey, wanna help me register people to vote?"; I just feel like so many of my most memorable UM memories, most impactful relationships with people, and most important lessons learned began with that one question.

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DANIEL GOMEZ

PEOPLE | senior spotlight

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

• LGBTQ Student Center (Lead Program Coordinator)

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

My freshman homecoming, we were late for the fireworks and my friend came rushing into my dorm and we ran to try and make it. We ended up just watching them from the staircases in Hecht but they were still just awe-inspiring and I knew I made the right decision coming to the U


LAURA THORNTON

ROD DUNLAP

From Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

From Decatur, GA

Majors in Marine Science and Biology with minor in Chemistry

Major in Industrial Engineering

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

• Homecoming Executive Committee (Chair) • Tri Delta (Member) • IMPACT Leadership Retreat (Facilitator)

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

My favorite memory of being a Cane is the Hurricane Irma Service Day. It was so inspiring to see our Canes Community uniting to help the South Florida Community. Even though it was prompted by a tragic event, it made me feel really lucky to be a part of such a supportive community.

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

• Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. • National Society of Black Engineers • President’s 100 Ambassadors

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

When I was chilling in the UBS office and my friend casually says “I got this from the food tent next to the camel.” Apparently UM brought a camel to campus on HUMP DAY!!! I have had great memories from homecoming to meeting Drake or Lebron James, but petting a camel was so great because it was NEVER on my list of things I would or had the opportunity to do.

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BRIANNA ANTONELLA VALDIVIA From Miami, Florida

From Pembroke Pines, FL

Majors in Management and Public Relations with minor in Business Law

Major in Public Health with minors in Chemistry and Microbiology & Immunology

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

• Committee on Student Organizations (Chair) • Department of Orientation (Orientation Program Coordinator) • IMPACT Leadership Retreat (Coordinator)

My favorite memory was last August as an Orientation Program Coordinator. I had the opportunity to talk on stage during 'Cane Kickoff to all the new freshmen, welcoming them to the place they would call home and show them the 'Canes spirit. I remember feeling so proud of what we had accomplished within the amazing orientation program that changed my life three years ago. It was the moment my undergrad experience came full circle, and I realized the impact I've been able to make and how much I truly love the 'Canes!

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CHELSEA-JANE (CJ) ARCALAS

PEOPLE | senior spotlight

• COISO (President) • Student Government (Parking and Transportation Liaison) • Housing and Residential Life (UV Resident Assistant)

Hosting the 50th Anniversary of I-Week was an experience I wouldn't change for the world. After months of planning, seeing everyone's hard work unfold was like no other feeling. Making new connections, messing around with my I-Week committee during our late night meetings, and building stronger bonds with all of my COISO members are only a few things I could highlight from this past journey. Nothing I could say can do justice to the experience I've had with this org and it's been an honor to be a part of the 50th anniversary.


SENIOR CLASS

CAREER OUTCOMES & FACTS WHILE AT THE U...

18%

47%

STUDIED ABROAD

COMPLETED AN INTERNSHIP

32%

PARTICIPATED IN RESEARCH

WHERE ARE THEY LIVING NOW? BOSTON CHICAGO

MEREDITH SLOAN

LOS ANGELES MIAMI

From Medfield, MA Major in Broadcast Journalism with minor in Human & Social Development

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT • 'Canes Care for 'Canes • University of Miami Television • Alpha Delta Pi Sorority

86% 8%

FAVORITE 'CANE MEMORY

My favorite 'Cane memory happened my junior year during the fireworks at Homecoming. I was huddled in a group with my closest friends while sitting on the edge of Lake Osceola in front of the Shalala Student Center. It was during the fireworks show that for a fleeting moment, I was overtaken with a feeling of warmth and gratitude for my 'Cane's family.

NEW YORK

OF GRADS SECURED POST-GRAD PLANS WITHIN 6 MONTHS

2% FULL-TIME JOB

34%

POST-GRAD PLAN BREAKDOWN

GRAD SCHOOL

56%

PART-TIME JOB OTHER

Data is collected via the Graduating Student Survey administered by Toppel.

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who wore it

BEST? From memes to inspirational quotes, graduating seniors decorate their caps to reflect on their time at the 'U'

ERIC KEVIN CECIL

Motion Pictures Production

By Alize Ramirez-Canas

CHELSEA-JANE ARCALAS

LAUREN AYARS

JILLIAN VANDERWOUDE

JOANA NIWOROWSKI

Public Health

Marine & Geological Science

Psychology

Probability & Statistics

LEIANA MAIBERG Civil Engineering

AMANDA SUAREZ Psychology

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PEOPLE | graduation caps


CARMEN TUN Biology

RALPH PAZ History

ALEXIS DE LA ROSA Public Relations

YILZ WU

Management

ALEX KAMPHORST MARISA GOLDMAN

Public Relations

Music Business & Entertainment Industries

AUSTIN ENG Psychology

MASAI RAINS Biology

ALYSSA ROTHFELD Marketing

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ALL ABOUT THE 'U' During the graduate student commencement ceremony, students show their school pride by throwing up the "U." Photo by Jenny Abreu

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Shaimerden Akhmetov Basmah Al-Ohaly Abdulaziz Alenezi Adel Alqaoud Mohamed Anis

Jeremy Baum Stephanie Best Diego Briceno Alexander Briel

Adel Bukhari Ellen Caen Alexis Canaves Ricardo Contreras Brenda Corea

Giancarlo Di Zio Carolyn Drazinic Annelise Feliu Walter Friedrichs Jennifer Garcon

Logan Gardipee Melanie Goergmaier Carlos Gomez-Castillo Derrick Hardy Myrthle Henry

Jennifer Huffman Chao Ji Yiwen Ji Kimberly Lonetree Anas Mahmoud

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Kalema Meggs Daniel Alfredo Mejia Victor Jose Montes De Oca Guerra Dayana Morillo Emmanuela Ojukwu

Meliza Perea Danielle Pinder Lorenzo Ponce De Leon Carolina Reyes Hellen Rivas

Cesar Augusto Roa Gomèz Sheronee Robinson Stephanie Rodriguez Andres Ruiz Elliot Safdie

Carla Santamaria Mohammed Shaikhomer Sarah Jean Shemtov Ana Silvera Qiuyi Su

Jessica Sublette Yasukiyo Sugimoto Ruoyu Sun Carolina Tauler Anthony Thomas

Stephanie Thomas Adrian Valdes-Peino Marilyn Vasquez-Aparicio Velia Vieyra De Baldwin Yaru Wang

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Ying Wang Zijun Wang Kyrah Williams Yuting Xie Abdugali Yakhiyayev

FUN FACTS

Yilin Yan Rizelle Zabate Yinzhe Zhang

ABOUT UM 2.

BOTH CELEBRITY TOUGH GUYS

SYLVESTER STALLONE AND DWAYNE JOHNSON

1.

UM’S COLORS ARE

GREEN, WHITE AND ORANGE REPRESENTING FLORIDA’S ORANGE TREE!

WENT TO THE U

GREEN= LEAVES

WHITE= BLOSSOMS

3.

ENRIQUE IGLESIAS STUDIED

BUSINESS AT UM

4.

FSU AND UM

HAVE A LONG LASTING COLLEGE

FOOTBALL RIVALRY

ORANGE= ORANGE FRUIT

6.

7.

THE MASCOT WAS ORIGINALLY NAMED

"ICKY"

BUT WAS RENAMED AFTER

5. THE UNGAR BUILDING USED TO BE THE HOME OF

THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER

SAN SEBASTIAN HALL WHICH BECAME A UNIVERSITY DORMITORY IN

8.

AS A FOOTBALL TRADITION, 'CANES

HOLD UP 4 FINGERS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 4TH QUARTER

AT HOME GAMES TO INDICATE THEY OWN THE LAST QUARTER

RICHTER LIBRARY HAS THE

LARGEST

COLLECTION OF RESOURCES DOCUMENTING THE CUBAN DIASPORA OUTSIDE OF CUBA

1939

9. MIAMI HURRICANES’ OFFICIAL MASCOT WAS ACTUALLY A 65 LB BROWN AND WHITE BOXER DOG 10.

UM’S ON-CAMPUS SPORTS HALL OF FAME HOUSES

AN AUTHENTIC 1955 SEMINOLE WAR CANOE

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OFF DUTY Faculty members mingle at the Faculty Senate Annual Awards Ceremony held in the Newman Alumni Center. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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ACCOUNTING

FRONT ROW: Olga Quintana, Diana Falsetta, Sundaresh Ramnath, Andrew Leone; SECOND ROW: Jacklyn Collins, Kay Tatum, Mario Perez, Miguel Minutti-Meza; THIRD ROW: Maggie Alvarez, Shirley Dennis-Escoffier, Oscar Holzmann; BACK ROW: Dhananjay Nanda, Eric Weisbrod, Peter Wysocki, Mark Friedman, Juan Rodriguez, Seth Levine, Michael Werner. Photo by Jackie Abreu

ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES FRONT ROW: Ben Kirtman, Francisco Beron-Vera, David Nolan, Amy Clement, Roni Avissar; MIDDLE ROW: Sharanya Majumdar, Brian Mapes, Paquita Zuidema, Anthony Hynes; BACK ROW: Brian Soden, Elliot Atlas. Photo by Jackie Abreu

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

FRONT ROW: Alice Tomei, Christine Vignolio, Vivian Figueredo,Angie Del-Llano, Noel Ziebarth, Ozcan Ozdamar; Second Row: Suhrud Rajguru, Nelson Salas, Edward Dauer, Abhishek Prasad, Herman Cheung, Chun-Yuh Huang, Alicia Jackson; BACK ROW: Ramon Montero, Ashutosh Agarwal, Jorge Bohorquez, Fabrice Manns, Fotios Andreopoulos, Weizhao Zhao. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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BUSINESS ADMINSTRATION

FRONT ROW: Mark S. Shapiro, Elisabeth S. Katzen, Anita Cavena, Karen Turner, Vanessa Guzzi, Nicholas Greene, Patricia S. Abril, Martin Segal, Erin Degnan, Shannon J. DeRouselle. Photo by Jackie Abreu

BUSINESS TECH FRONT ROW: Evaline Fornino, Sara Rushinek, Wendy Chun, Gery Perez; BACK ROW: Tarek Sayed, Robert Plant, Zareef Mohammed, Maikel Leon Espinosa, David Chun. Photo by Jackie Abreu

CINEMA AND INTERACTIVE MEDIA

FRONT ROW: Lien Tran, Margaret Cardillo; MIDDLE ROW: Christina Lane, Clay Ewing, Konstantia Kontaxis, Barbara Millet, Michelle Seelig, Ching-Hua Chuan, Anthony Allegro, John Soliday; BACK ROW: Ed Talavera, Kim Grinfeder, Jim Virga, Zevensuy Rodriguez, Ali Habashi, Grace Barnes, William Rothman. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

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CIVIL, ARCHITECTUAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING FRONT ROW: Helena Solo-Gabriele, Wangda Zuo, Francisco De Caso, Antonio Nanni, Sunghee Joo, James Englehardt; BACK ROW: Landolf Rhode-Barbarigos, Matthew Trussoni, Wimal Suaris, Gang Wang, Ali Ghahremaninezhad, James Giancaspro. Photo by Jackie Abreu

COMPUTER SCIENCE

FRONT ROW: Mitsunori Ogihara, Julie Garcia; BACK ROW: Zheng Wang, Victor Milenkovic, Geoff Sutcliffe, Stefan Wuchty, Ubbo Visser. Photo by Jackie Abreu

GEOLOGICAL SCIENCE

FRONT ROW: Terri Hood, Ta-Shana Taylor, Ruth Goodin, Jake Leeche; BACK ROW: Larry Peterson, Don McNeill, Harold R. Wanless, Jim Klaus. Photo by Jackie Abreu

EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES

FRONT ROW: Debbiesiu Lee, Dina Birman, Ashmeet Oberoi, Soyeon Ahn, Anabel Bejarano, Lissette Perez-Lima, Carol-Anne Phekoo, Maite Mena; BACK ROW: Scotney Evans, Cengiz Zopluoglu, Edison Trickett, Todd Warner, Laura Kohn-Wood, Maria Guerda Nicolas. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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ENGLISH FRONT ROW: Chantel Acevedo, John Funchion, Pamela Hammons, M. Evelina Galang, Joel Nichels; BACK ROW: Joseph Alkana, Anthony Barthelemy, Maureen Seaton, Patrick McCarthy, Manette Ansay, Jessica Rosenberg, Frank Stringfellow. Photo by Jackie Abreu

FROST SCHOOL OF MUSIC

FRONT ROW: Raine Murnak, Aaron Tindall, Deborah Schwartz-Kates, Carlos Rivera, Gary Lindsay, Gabriel Beavers, Karol Kaminsky, Gary Keller, Nobleza Pilar, Trudy Kane, Teresa Lesiuk, John Olah, Don Coffman, Sam Pliafian, John Hart, Esther Hardenbergh, Matthew Strauss; BACK ROW: Svetoslav Stoyanov, Scott Stinson, Randall Dollahan, Shelton Berg, Alberto de la Reguera, John Daversa, Raul Murciano, Douglas McCullough, Christopher Bennett, Robynne Reannon, Jay Rees, Dale Underwood, John Redmond, Stephen Rudar, Daniel Strange, Margaret Donahue, Karen Hudson, Thomas Sleeper, Brian Russell, Rafael Padron, Landsing McLoskey, Gary Wood, Scott Flavin. Photo by Jackie Abreu

JOURNALISM AND MEDIA MANAGEMENT FRONT ROW: Randy Stano, Nicky Lewis, Ana Francois, Ed Julbe, Sam Terilli; BACK ROW: Bruce Garrison, Joe Treaster, Trevor Green, Sally Hughes, Sig Splichal, Boriana Treadwell. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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JUDAIC STUDIES FRONT ROW: Haim Shaked, Joseph Alkana, Ira Sheskin, Hermann Beck, Bradford McGuinn, David Graf, Henie Hajdenberg. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FRONT ROW: Ines Basalo, Ram Narasimhan, Qingda Yang, Xiangyang Zhou, Singiresu Rao; BACK ROW: Landon Grace, Imroh Celik, Hongtan Liu, Weiyong Gu, Gecheng Zha, Ruan Karkkainen, Michael Swain. Photo by Jackie Abreu

PHYSICS

FRONT ROW: Joshua Gundersen, Fulin Zuo, Sunxiang Huang, Joshua Cohn Chaoming Song, Sheyum Syed; BACK ROW: Mason Klein, Manuel Huerta, Stewart Barnes, Kenneth Voss, Olga Korotkova, Orlando Alvarez, Thomas Curtright, Neil Johnson, Rafael Nepomechie, He Wang. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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MODERN LANGUAGES Andrew Lynch, Eduardo Negueruela, Viviana Diaz Balsera, Mona El-Sheif, Elena Grau Llaveria, Lillian Manzor. Photo by Jackie Abreu

TEACHING AND LEARNING

FRONT ROW: Ji Shen, Miriam Lipsky, Batya Elbaum, Shawn Post, Mary Avalos, Elizabeth Harry; BACK ROW: Marilyn Neff, Arlene Chlachar, Blaine Smith, Luciana de Oliveira, Jennifer Krawec, Mary Beth. Photo by Jackie Abreu

RELIGOUS STUDIES

FRONT ROW: Michelle Gonzalez Maldonado, Veronica Arce, Derjavine Corvoisier; BACK ROW: David Kling, David Graf, Drew Billings, Daniel Pals, Dexter Callender. Photo by Jackie Abreu

ROSENSTIEL SCHOOL OF MARINE AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE FRONT ROW: Daniel O. Suman, Sarah K. Meltzoff, Fritz Hanselmann, Neil Hammerschlag, Gary L. Thomas, David Letsons; BACK ROW: Jerald S. Ault, Nelson M. Ehrhardt, Daniel D. Benetti, David J. Dien. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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SOCIOLOGY FRONT ROW: Olena Antonaccio, Roger Dunham, George Wilson; BACK ROW: Marvin Dawkins, Jomills Braddock II, John Murphy, Nick Petersen, Yader Lanuza, Kathryn Nowotny. Photo by Alize Ramirez-Canas

STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION

FRONT ROW: Meryl Blau, Alex Heria, Hyunjim Lim, Melissa Barnes; BACK ROW: Maria Lopez, Alysse Lancaster, Heidi Carr, Donn Tilson, Gunny Yoon, Juliana Fernandes, Don Stacks, Tao Weiting, Maria Scott, Cong Li, William Hughes. Photo by Jackie Abreu

STUDIO MUSIC AND JAZZ FRONT ROW: Kate Reid, Dan Strange, Gary Lindsay, Dante Luciani, Don Coffman, Stephen Rucker, Rachel Lebon, Martin Bejerano, Brian Lynch; BACK ROW: John Yarling, John Hart, Charles Bergeron, John Daversa, Stephen Guerra, Gary Keller Dien. Photo by Jackie Abreu

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Once a 'Cane, always a 'Cane. Even as you move on to your next adventure, the 'U' will always be your home away from home. Love you, go 'Canes!

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DEAR 'CANES...

letter from the president


SMILE UP ON YOU Surrounding Lake Osceola, students, faculty and returning alumni unite to watch the Homecoming fireworks show after the boat-burning tradition. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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MEET THE STAFF staff page

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BRANDON GORDON

Wow! Where have the 4 years gone? What a great decision to go to Miami! We are so proud of you and all that you have accomplished. We know you will be successful in life because you always put your all into everything you do. You are an amazing role model for your sisters and brother! Work Hard, Play Hard! We love you and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for you! YOU ARE THE BEST!!! Love always, Mom, Dad, Nicole, Emma, Noah… Rudy & Rocky too!

NICOLETTE RUTA CONGRATULATIONS NICOLETTE!

JASON SMITH Congratulations JASON and the Class of 2018! We are so proud of you and wish you much continued success. Jason Brent Smith Bachelors of Arts, Frost School of Music Music Engineering Singer Scholar, Foote Fellow Ronald and Tammy Smith, Daniel and Adam

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BROOKE SCHNEIDER U should be proud of U! We’re very proud of U! With love, Mom and Dad 389


DAVID R. MEJIA “Go Confidently in the Direction of Your Dreams” To our Dear Son, David, we are so happy for you and extremely proud of your accomplishments. Our hearts are filled with joy to see how you have constantly excelled and achieved your goals while becoming the fine young man you are today. May God continue to guide you and protect you as you begin a new chapter in your life! Son, this is your time, your journey...Enjoy every minute! God Bless. Together Always, Friends Forever! We love you, Mami & Papi To our wonderful nephew, we want to congratulate you for reaching this tremendous milestone in your life. We wish you success and happiness in the new journey beginning in your life. We are extremely proud of you! We will miss not having you in NY this summer! Love you! Tio David and Titi Sonia David, we couldn’t be prouder of you. You’ve accomplished something spectacular and I hope you continue to grow in life and be the star that you are. Love, your favorite cousins Melissa, Jon, Jonathan, Vanessa and David. To my not so little, little brother Couldn't be happier for you, or prouder of you and all you have accomplished at such a young age. Very proud to see the impressive young man you've become. Looking forward to seeing just how far you go. MEJIA FOR PRESIDENT!!!! LOL! Love you bro. Since you were a little mini-Mejia playing with your “niece”, I knew you would grow up to be the fine young man you have become. This milestone you have completed sets the bar for our future Mejia legacy. I couldn’t be prouder to be your big sister. And it’s just begun - the world is yours for the taking! Love you mucho! #unstoppable3 (Becky) To David, A bright future is ahead. Keep God in your Camino. Congratulations. Love, your aunt (Tata) Dear David, May God continue to guide your life as you graduate from UM. Love you always, your Godmother Norma (Nana)

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PATRICIA VICTOR Congratulations Patricia! We are all very proud of you. You have become a beautiful person inside and out. Enjoy your journey onto your new dream. Love, Mom, Dad, Jeffrey and Elizabeth COLIN MURPHY

KYLE BOURKE We’ve watched in amazement as you’ve grown in to the person you are today and we’re watching with great anticipation to see what you accomplish in the future. The sky’s the limit! Congrats Kyle! Love always Mom, Dad, and Caitlin

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ALIZÉ RAMIREZ-CAÑAS May you have the courage to take risks, The strength to be compassionate & the wisdom to be humble. Remember there are no mistakes, only lessons. Love yourself and your choices & everything is possible. I am so proud of you and the young woman you have become. Enjoy every minute of what is ahead and believe in your dreams, because I believe in you. Know that I will always be here for you and will always stand by your side. You will always be my Sunshine. I Love You always, Mom

MATTHEW MARIN A For Life: so 'Cane incredibly proud of U!

We are

Matthew, we witnessed first hand Congratulations on making the how hard you worked to get this most of your college experience. degree today. We are extremely Continue smile, laugh proud of youto and wish you goodand luck on your professional life. enjoy life. The world is yours! Your Parents. Love U mucho mucho,

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SHARON MEGUIRA So proud! Love you up to the sky and a little more.


ALICIA VEASY We are so proud! You did it! Love, Mom and Dad 393


SOPHIA CARIDE We are so incredibly proud of U! Congratulations on making the most of your college experience. Continue to smile, laugh and enjoy life. The world is yours! Love U mucho mucho, Mom & Dad

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For the third time in my life I’ll be seeing you graduate, and for the third time in a row you’ll be leaving me all alone at school. Thank you for being there through the tough times and the good times in school from 1st grade to now, and helping me whenever I needed it. You’re a great sister and friend and for the third and final time I get to say it’s been an unreal experience being at the same school as you. You’re motivated, smart, and have a great sense of humor and I know you’ll do great going forward. Your brother, Peter


Our precious Sophia-mia; You bring great joy and happiness to our family. Never stop dreaming and keep God in your heart. Congratulations on your graduation! Love Abita, Papa and Tia 395


SOPHIA CARIDE Dear Sophia. We are very proud of you and incredibly blessed that you chose UM because not only is it a great school, but it brought you to Miami and we were able to spend so much time with you these last 4 years. You are an amazing granddaughter, cousin and niece/goddaughter. We love you so much and know that your personality and wit will allow you to do well as you go on to the next chapter in your life. Continue to reach for the stars!!!!! XOXO, Tito, Tata, Nancy, Natalia and Marcos

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2016

Vol. 90

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ALUMNI STATUE

A$AP FERG 50 Abaalkhail, Abdulmohssen 328 Abatemarco, Natalie 231, 248 Abbott, Marlee 188, 193 Abbu-Ezzy, Michael 189,219 Abdul-Jalaal, Billah 328 Abdulai, Falilat 188 Abdullah, Isabella 189 Abdullah, Sarah 328 Abel, Danielle 180 Abelson, Sammy 289 Aberman, Jessica 192, 328 Abess, Leonard 85 Abisoye, Temitope 212 Abitz, Mitch 292 Ableman, Charolette 212 Ableman, Randy 133 Abou, Michael 282 Abraham, Joshua 328 Abraham, Lauren 275, 313 Abraham, Ritika 188 Abram, Jasmine 192 Abram, Megan 260 Abrams, Charles 328 Abrams, Maya 223, 253 Abrams, Michael I. 85 Abreu, Emily 188 Abreu, Jackie 71, 228, 426, 427 Abril, Marlou 328 Abril, Patricia S. 380 Abuhav, Aviel 328 Abuhav, Osher 260 Abuljadayel, Salman 328 ACC CHAMPIONSHIP 142 Accetturo, Christopher 328 Accorto, Ashley 302, 328 Acevedo, Chantel 382 Acevedo, Elizabeth 219, 236 Acevedo, Jeniifer 275 Acheampomaa-Piasare, Lily 219, 236, 328 Acherman, Michelle 328 Achille, Sterlie 328 Acitelli, Breanna 328 Acosta, Alix 328 Acosta, Augusto 232 Acosta, Emilio 233 Acosta, Geman 107 AD GROUP 212 Adams, Daniel 190 Adams, Nandi 282

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Adeleke, Abigail 78, 224, 313 Adelman, Courtney 194, 242 Aderoju, Kiki 287 Adeyemi, Deborah 236 Adinolfi, Victoria 328 Adler, Alanna 188, 294, 313 Adler, Bernyce 85 Adrid, Emily 188, 291 AFRICAN STUDENTS UNION 212, 262 Africk, Hannah 328 Agarwal, Ashutosh 379 Aghedo, Susan 275, 313 AGLO AWARDS 201, 205 Agnoli, Asa 190 Aguiar, Alexa 235 Aguila, Carlos 219 Aguila, Emily 33, 36, 71, 193, 212, 240, 328 Aguilar, Alexa 132, 166, 167, 224, 292, 328 Aguilar, Natalie 275 Aguilera, Luis 289 Aguilera, Macarena 169 Aguilera, Monica 328 Agustin, Narissa 252 Agyeiwaa-Piasare, Tracey 236 Ahearn, Emily 236 Ahern, Lauren 96, 188 Ahern, Matthew 313 Ahlemeier, Fredrick 253 Ahlemeier, William 250 Ahmed, Noureen 328 Ahmed, Raisa 246 Ahn, Soyeon 381 Ai, Miao 236 Aires, Evan 257, 276 Aitken, John 182, 189, 279 Ajagbe, Debbie 133, 173, 247 Ajello, Kelly 194 Akhmetov, Shaimerden 375 Akinyoyenu, Maria 212 Akiyama, Landon 328 Aklepi, Gabriela 212 Al-Abdala, Kevin 328 Al-balushi, Hanin 326 Al-Mansoori, Rakan 329 Al-Ohaly, Basmah 375 Alagna, Joseph 329 Alaiban, Rakan Dhari 329 Alanzi, Maaryam 249 Alario, Savannah 167 Alasfour, Heba 329 Alawa, Nawara 117 Alawadhi, Bader Wam 329 Albabtain, Abdulaziz 329 Albader, Abdulrahman 329 Albano, Patricia 192 Albelo, Vincent 329 Albritton, Loren 192

Alcorn, Laura 167 Aldakheil, Khaled 329 Aldeaij, Maryam 329 Aldelaigan, Khaled 329 Aldeye, Hamod 282 Aldhaheri, Ahmed 329 Aldo, Evan 224 Alem, Katy 252 Alenezi, Abdulaziz 375 Alexander, Michael 329 Alexander, Steven 286 Alexandrou, Anthony 190 Alexelis, Vasilis 189, 236 Alfe, Anthony 282 Alford, Colvin 139 Alhasan, Abdullah 228, 273 Ali, Ibrahim 219, 310 Ali, Yuseph 190, 313 Alitz, Halle 132, 167 Aljumah, Anfal 329 Alkana, Joseph 382, 383 Alkuwaiti, Saif 329 ACADEMIC ALL-ACC 132 Allegro, Anthony 380 Allen, Chad 139 Allen, Chaisson 157 Allen, Connor 174, 177 Allen, Corinne 242, 243, 286 Allen, Lauren 189, 313 Allen, Mikayala 194 Allen, Shelby 192 Alloway, Baron 329 Almeida, Andrew 282, 313 Almeida, Eddie 279 Almeida, Stephanie 189, 195, 228 Almesned, Sultan 221 Almousalli, Abdullah 291 Aloia, Lauren 188 Alonso, Jeronimo Ferriol 220 Aloupis, Kaici 69, 292 Alozie, Obi 289 ALPHA DELTA PI 188, 191, 205, 206, 209 ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 212 ALPHA EPSILON PI 186, 189, 198, 206, 209 ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 202 ALPHA MU MUSIC THERAPY CLUB 213 ALPHA PHI ALPHA 202 ALPHA PHI OMEGA 213 ALPHA SIGMA PHI 189, 198, 199, 205, 206 209 Alqa'Vaee, Ali 313 Alqaoud, Adel 375 Alrashdan, Abdulrahman 329 Alsahli, Abdullah 259 Alsallal, Abdulrahman 313 Alsaqoby, Talal 329 Alshawaf, Bader 313

Alshefski, Leanne 194 Altman, Daniel 199, 329 Altman, Kristina 192, 313 Altman, Seth 200 Alvarado, Renato 199, 290 Alvarado, Ronaldo 199 Alvarez, Amanda 252, 329 Alvarez, Isa 220 Alvarez, Jesse 249 Alvarez, Livia 329 Alvarez, Mauricio 199 Alvarez, Miguel Minutti-Meza 379 Alvarez, Orlando 383 Alvarez, Roxanne 233 Alvarez-Garrandes, Paloma 189 Alves, Ana Beatriz 220 Alves, Ferreia 276 Alyileili, Ali 329 Amador, Josue 313 Ambrose, Alexander 329 Amditis, Michael 174 AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION 213 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS 214 Amin, Quratulain 313 Amin, Sneh 283 Ammar, Dema 226, 236, 297 Amoaku, Adrien 234 Amon, Felicitas 71 Amore, Taylor 188, 212, 279 Amos, Betty G. 85 Amsalam, Dylan 189 Amsterdam, Ben 190, 259 Amundsen, Sea 225, 243 Anand, Sabrina 240, 329 Anderson, Carl 215 Anderson, Kate 225, 258, 313 Anderson, San 280 Anderson, Sara 242 Anderson, Shane 237 Andiroglu, Oren 313 Andreoni, Cody 235 Andreopoulos, Fotios 379 Andrioff, Alexa 313 Angaramo, Santiago 249 Angell, Stephen 249 ANIME CLUB 214 Anis, Mohamed 375 Annoil, Claudia 194 Annstett, Alexandra 108 Annuziato, Mia 194 Ansay, Manette 382 Anthony, Fitzroy 159 ANTHROPOLOGY CLUB 214 Antinoro, Coby 190 Antkiewicz, Michael 291 Antoine, Jada 234 Antonaccio, Olena 385 Antonietti, Michael 276


Antonini, Isabella 273 Antonio, Ralph 226 Antonson, Aaron 190 Apasse, Grace 283 Apasse, Melissa 283 Appel, Ted 224 Appel, Theodore 329 Appiah, Lorna 202, 203, 212, 234 Appleby, Aidan 329 AQUARIUM CLUB 215 Aragon, Cindy 256 Arambula, Antonio 282 Arango, Carolina 329 Aranow, Matthew 290, 313 Araujo, Elisa 329 Arauz, Rodrigo 229, 260 Arbide, Kyle 278 Arboite, Maelle 193 Arboleda, Dr. Diana 214 Arca, Jackeline Del 257, 288 Arcalas, Chelsea-Jane 61, 221, 256, 262, 302, 310, 329, 360, 370, 372 Arce, Veronica 384 Archer, Katherine 329 Archer, Ty 201 Arciniegas, Daniel 287 Arellano, Martin Alexander 237, 243 Arenas, Andres 214, 219 Arenas Grayeb, Andres 273, 313 Arencibia, Aly 229 Arensa, Finnley 279 Argento, Josephine 313 Argimon, Gabrielle 243 Arguelles, Nicole 39, 227 Argueta, Claudia 301, 313 Arias, Julian 213 Arias, Rocio 220 Aron, Dylan 242, 286 Arons, Marshall 260, 289 Arons, Noah 218 Aronson, Fiona 189 Arora, Arishia 287 Arrandt, Jacob 330 Arreaga, Kevin 132, 173 Arrizabalaga, Amanda 38, 94, 249 Arroyo, Gabriela 296 Arsht, Adrienne 85 Arslanoric, Nina 279 Arteaga, J.D. 174 Arvelo, Erika 275 Asad, Ammar 284 Asaga, Takuto 151, 330 Asenjo, Natalie 310 Asiu, Jade 189, 195 Askar, Isabella 232 Askowitz, Danielle 64 Asmussen, Morgan 151 Asnani, Melina 188, 313 Asplund, Keith 284

ASSOCIATION OF COMMUTER STUDENTS 53 ASSOCIATION OF GREEK LETTER ORGANIZATIONS 215 Atherley, Michelle 133, 171, 172, 173 Atkins, Crispian 139 Atlas, Elliot 379 Atratton, Eric 292 Attong-Mendes, Katherine 262 Atwood, Kaylie 194 Augustin, Bernute 40 Augustini, Olivia 188, 313 Auld, Emily 180 Ault, Jerald S. 384 Aumann, Jonathan 190 Auray, Bree 189, 195 Aurrecoechea, Richard 234, 249, 286 Auslander, Stephen 190, 201, 287 Auster, Abbie 330 Austin, Jordan 180, 200 Auyes, John 282 Avalos, Adrea 124 Avalos, Mary 384 Avcilar, Selin 276 Averbach, Stephanie Franco 240 Avila, Luis Afiuni 260 Avissar, Roni 379 Avivi, Karin 194, 256 Avula, Uday 248 Ayars, Lauren 114, 115, 122, 330, 372 Aycart, Pablo 247 Ayers, Coleman 276 Azank Apasse, Grace 220, 313 Azank Apasse, Melissa 220, 313 Azeem, Amnah 278, 313 Aziz, Zeshon 313 Azpurua, Corina 282

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BUSINESS SCHOOL

Babaian, Melinda 287 Babiarz, Russell 280, 313 Baboni, Celeste 226 Baboun, Daniela 313 Bacal, Ben 199 Bachmann, Calder 278 Badgely, Michael 132, 139, 142 BADMINTON 215 Baena, Elisa 188, 224 Baez, Adriana 303 Baez, Ashley 326 Baeza, Marco 139

Bafna, Tanvi 212, 253, 313 Bagan, Drnyton 259 Bagglietto, Henry 200 Baglietto, Ivan 330 Bahamonde, Ashley 302, 330 Bai, Feng 215 Bailey, Shaneese 159 Baillie, Vanessa 192, 237 Bair, Monica 218 Baird, Kirk 190 Bajalia, Emily 205, 246, 330, 361, 363 Bajric, Jackie 188 Baker, Brian 189, 291 Baker, Lucas 330 Baker, Maisie 151 Baker, Olivia 427 Baker, Palona 281 Balachandar, Aneesha 212, 253 Balboni, Celeste 233, 330 Balderson, Henry 292, 313 Baldoni, Michele 218 Baldwin, Jacob 303 Balestrini, Valentina 256 Balise, Andrew 259, 279 Balise, Mary 227, 246 Balk, Molly Booth 194 Balli, Gianna 188 Balmann, Michael 189 Balsamides, Anya 193, 291 Balsera, Viviana Diaz 384 Banalewicz, Jessica 34 Banarjee, Chitra 219, 236 Banas, Ali 121, 215 Bancroft, Chester 189 BAND OF THE HOUR 53 Bandy, Trajan 139 Banegas, Jorge 237 Bangash, Julian 190 Banks, Endia 159 Banks, Tiffani 249 Banss, Angelica 282 Baquero, Mariana 287 Baranda, Pedro Sainz de 182, 310 Barban, Diannis 330 Bardet, Jean-Pierre 106 Bared, Jose P. 85 Barrera, Adrian Soriano 162 Bargfeldt, Jeb 132, 174, 177 Barnes, Grace 380 Barnes, Melissa 385 Barnes, Stewart 383 Barnett, Brian 199 Barnhart, Sophia 286 Barr, David 237, 282, 330 Barraza, Jason 313 Barraza, John 278 Barrera, Adria Soriano 163 Barrerio, Veronica 274 Barrett, Daniel 73, 252 Barrett, William 249, 257, 313

Barriero, Miranda 189 Barron, Katherine 189, 195 Barros, Nayara 113 Barry, Amanda 330 Barthelemy, Anthony 382 Bartholomew, Sean 330 Bartlett, Antonia 212, 234, 310 Bartley-Dier, Emma 240 Bartow, Frankie 174, 177 Barwick, Paige 189 Baryhydt, Drew 225 Barylski, Nicole 330 Basalo, Ines 383, 384 Basdavanos, Alyssa Anastacia 242, 330 BASEBALL 132, 174, 176 Bass, Hilarie 85 Bass, Nicole 313 Batchelor, Jon 85 Bateman, Makena 102, 212, 330 Bates, Will 189, 199 Batista, Catherine 330 Batista, Chantel 302, 330 Batta, Anika 213 Battipaglia, Carly 188 Baty, Brenda Yester 85 Baugh, Colby 280 Baum, Jeremy 375 Baumhardt, Michael 228 Baumstark, Jack 201 Baumstark, John 190, 280, 313 Bawaney, Yahya 259 Bayati, Ahmed Al 116 Bayuk, Jessica 77, 231, 248 Bazil, Wilvince 375 BEACH VOLLEYBALL CLUB 218 Beal, Ben 111 Beam, Charli 226, 310 Beatriz, Ana 276 Beauvais, Raheem 330 Beaver, Ashley 288 Beavers, Gabriel 382 Becerra, Paula 212 Becerril, John Patrick 16, 227, 273, 330, 354 Beck, Hermann 383 Beck, Maxwell 289 Beckemeyer, Nicole 188 Becker, Cole 190 Beckett, Cooper 289 Beckett, William 313 Beckman, Rich 383 Bedya, Ali 196 Beggs, Mary 330 Behre, Alexandra 237 Beinfield, Sydney 194 Bejarano, Anabel 381 Bejerano, Martin 385 Bekhash, Rita Al 189, 195

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Belanus, Joslie 300 Beldner, Francesca 188 Beldner, Steven 294 Belenus, Joslie 313 Belize, Nicole 252 Bellamy, Kyle 139 Bellantyne, Jason 276 Bellaron, Tiffani 283 Bellas, Faith 193, 227, 313 Bellizzi, Nicole 330 Bello, Ciana 284 Beltran, Laura 249 Ben-shalom, Aaron 189 Benatar, Raquel 330 Benaudis, Leslie 291 Benavides, Jason Perez 189 Benayoun, Daniel 248, 284 Benchekroune, Yasmine 249 Benchimol, Dalia 331 Bendavid, Danielle 313 Beneby, Doyle N. 85 Beneducci, Jared 190, 281 Benetti, Daniel 87, 384 Benitez, Johnathan 278 Benjamin, Jobi 188 Bennett, Christopher 382 Bennett, Sarah 260 Bennia, Krysta 288 Benowitz, Rachel 188, 291 Bente, Katie 188 Bente, Megan 189, 195 Bentham, Joe 291 Benz, McKenzie 189, 294 Beraja, Matilde 331 Berardi, Ralph 190, 201 Berens, Fred 85 Berestka, William 190, 292 Berg, Julia 188 Berg, Karl Van de 180, 279 Berg, Shelton 382 Berger, Jacob 189 Berger, Katie 186 Berger, Megan 13 Bergeron, Charles 385 Berhane, Senith 189, 195 Berio, Sarai 275, 313 Berk, Mikayla 188 Berko, Jenn 99, 286 Berkowitz, Emily 236 Berkowitz, Tracey P. 85 Berkun, Ryan 151, 331 Berland, Alex 287 Berland, Alexandre 190 Berman, Genevieve 331 BERMONT-CARLIN SCHOLARS 100 Bernal, Maria Camila 220, 296, 297 Bernanke, Matthew 108, 109, 241, 331 Bernard, Chantal 236

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Bernard, Grace 194 Bernardin, Claire 331 Bernstein, Andrew 289 Bernstein, Michael 189, 200 Beron-Vera, Francisco 379 Berrios, Braxton 132, 139 Berry, Owen 205, 331 Berry, Selena 188, 236, 313 Berta, Lauren 193 Bertematti, Mark 274, 278 Bertot, Jennie 194, 313 Besen, Nicole 331 Besen, Sandi 248 Besmer, Alexander 331 Best, Stephanie 375 BETA ALPHA PSI 218 BETA THETA PI 181, 183, 189, 198, 205, 206, 209 Betancourt, Rene 313 Betancur, Veronica 236 Beth, Mary 384 Bethel, Pat 139 Bettinger-LĂłpez 87 Betz, Jason 232, 289 Beveridge, Rainey 277 Beverly, Joy 262 Bevilacqua, Adriana 331 Beyah-Bryant, Naseem 289 Beyda, Ali 189 Beyer, Kristina 248 Beyrer, Amanda 193 Bezjian, Michael Ara 331 Bhansali, Divya 106, 225 Bharucha, Danesh 287 Bhaskar, Neha 213 Bhavnani, Anika 188 Bhushan, Akorsh 276 Bi, Ran 331 Bibb, Brian 111 Bibby, Malik 69 BICYCLE CLUB 219 BID DAY 186 Biddle, Dana 242 Bienurt, Max 278 Bierman, Samuel 23, 331 Bigger, Stepahnie 188, 284 Biggins, Josh 199 Bigham, Gabrielle 236 Bigio, Briana 331 Billings, Drew 384 Bin Hajji, Mohammad 331 Binday, Alexa 192 Binder, Andrew 232 Bird, Kolby 148 Bird, Matt 253 Birenbaum, Trevor 243 Birmaher, Nicole 313 Birman, Dina 381 Bitar, Hassan 287 Bitar, Hussein 287

Bittar, Noor 205, 331 Bivins, Anabelle 218 Bivona, Giuseppe 190, 286 Bizieff, Alec 200 BLACK LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 218 Black, Jen 90 Blackman, Shawntrell 331 Blackstone, Kelsey 188, 193 Blagg, Alicia 133, 152 Blanco, Jennifer 331 Blaney, Bridget 313 Blau, Merly 212, 385 Blerveceq, Soylle 273 Blockman, Laura 193 Bloinski, Lais 220 Bloomfield, Catarina 192 Bloomfield, Jordane 243, 299 Blotcky, Erin 189, 195, 289 Blue, Octavia 159 Blumenfeld, Molly 287 Blumstein, Alison 188 Bobes, Olivia 237, 331 Bogdansky, Elijah 313 Boghara, Saavan 289 Bogumil, Maddy 192 Bohamed, Marisa 193 Bohorquez, Jorge 379 Boland, Bridget 132, 167 Bolandian, Grace 188 Bolden, Carnell 278 Bolis, Daniel 107 Bolivar, Angelica 313 Bologni, Barbara 331 Bolt, Alyssa 331 Bombino, Ashley-Marie 331 Bond, Elizabeth 188, 313 Bondar, Kevin 247 Bonhomme, Gordon 314 Bonhomme, Kyle 314 Bonito, Maxi 242, 260 Bonnaire, Harry 190, 314 Bonnaire, Joey 201, 278 Bonnell, Jerry 331 Bonnet, Marion 331 Boone, Morgan 299 Boorom, Kolin 280, 314 Booth, Shannon 73 Borai, Adam 314 Boreli, Michael 275 Borgen, Aurora 242 Borges, Alexia 275 Borges, Daniel 246 Boria, Gian 190 Boris, Kayla 331 Borkowski, Jacob 314 Bornelus, Lindie 292 Bornemann, Sven 232 Bornstein, Lindsey 193, 224 Borras, Diana 314

Borrowski, Jacob 278 Bosch, Camila Lopez 227 Boshers, Caitie 188, 279 Bosin, Lauren 188 Botbol, Sol 331 Botea, Lev 301 Botto, Alex 240, 283 Botwinick, Avi 300 Bougenot, Basile 331 Bouldin, Nicola 314 Bouldin, Nikki 287 Bourke, Kyle 34, 50, 71, 199, 331, 391, 427 Boursiquot, Michelle 248 Bowden, Madison 331 Bowditch, Charlotte 228 Bowe, Kaitlyn 188, 282, 314 Bowermasta, Michael 274 Bowman, Jason 232 Bowman, Tyler 218, 280 Boyd, Sydney 314 Boyd, Xander 278 Boyle, Annie 278 Boyle, Kelly 180, 260 Boyle, Michael 331 Boysamides, Anya 229 Bracey, Cameron 189, 234 Brack, Lauren 332 Braddock II, Jomills 385 Bradley, A'Doriann 246 Bradley, Nathaniel 332 Brady, Emily 196 Brady, Jessica 225, 258 Brandenburg, Alex 192 Brandenburg, Katie 226, 291 Braoley, Mekenzie 281 Braun, Justin 287, 314 Braun, Max 242 Bravo, Jade 233 BRAZILIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION 62, 220 Breau, Cameron 226 Brehnan, Stefan 332 Brennfleck, Ryan 281 Brent, Tyonna 218 Breslin, Marley 194 Bresri, Kylie 276 Brewer, Marilara 332 Breyer, David 332 Brian, Christopher 252 Briceno, Diego 375 Briel, Alexander 375 Briel, Nick 199 Brien, Casey O’ 259 Briggs, Chris 260 Brindley, Sam 192 Brindley, Samantha 303 Britt, Ryan 291 Brittingham, John 332 Britton, James 190, 201


Broder, Ethan 199 Brodeur, Patrick 227 Brodie, Morgan 188, 314 Broeckaert, Emily 215, 260 Brooke, Laurel 226 Brooks, Ashley 123 Brooks, John 199 Brooks, Ryan 212, 288, 314 Brooks, Sydney 314 Brothers, Danielle 197 Brotz, Matthew 332 Brown, Amanda 314 Brown, Ben 289 Brown Jr, Bruce 155, 156 Brown, Carolyn 173, 247 Brown, Christian 303 Brown, Cody 278 Brown Jr, George 139 Brown, Jacob 189, 282 Brown, Kathrine 332 Brown, Kayla 260 Brown, Liana 188, 225 Brown, Madison 228, 261, 247, 260, 314 Brown, McKinly 132, 173 Brown, Scott 190 Bruce, James 284 Bruckert-frisk, Kara 242 Brueckner, Loretta 167 Bruno, Lauren 188 Brunworth, Jamie 133, 151, 235, 247 Bryan, Cowad 278 Bryant, Danoli 302 Bucarano, Maria 33, 35 Buchanan, Sean 332 Buchbinder, Michelle 256 Buchholz, Haley 102 Buck, Danielle 238 Buck, Jacob 215 Buckley, Mackenzie 234, 332 Budd, Samantha 427 Budka, Alex 188 Budman, Steven 278, 314 Buehanen, Erik 289 Buetow, Bennett 249 Bufkin, Kristen 332 Buibish, Steven 278 Bukhari, Adel 375 Bulich, Kassadi 234, 240, 332 Bullen, Ryan 199 Bulone, Joseph 220 Buoniconti, Marc A. 85 Buoniconti, Nicholas A. 85 Burd, Samantha 205 Burdeen, Jennifer 332 Burdge, Terrence 190 Buren, Jordan 259, 332 Buren, Nick 288 Burgett, Rayna 188, 281 Burkart, Samantha 314

Burke, Dylan 190, 286, 314 Burke, Lindy 188 Burke, Michael 249 Burke, Olivia 189, 195, 236, 260 Burke, Renee 104 Burkly, Andrew 302 Burkly, Stephen 286 Burn, Nathaniel 181, 182, 200, 232, 246, 314 Burnett, Destiny 292 Burnett, Kyle 180 Burney, Mekahel 190 Burns, Breeana 332 Burns, M. Anthony 85 Burns, Michael 132, 174 Burns, Robert 139 Burns, Thomas 139 Burpo, Autumn 332 Burroughs, Carina 280 Burrows, Suleman 289 Burruel, Chaos 314 Burstyn, Ava 240 Burt, Mary Helen 189, 195, 314 Burt, Rhyann 248, 332 Busby, Tyler 248 Busch, Jamie 188, 314 Bush, Ally 189, 283 Butler Center 75 Butler, Aliyah 233, 242, 294 Butler, Jonathan 190 Butler, Jordan 139 Butler, Kristin 242 Butler, Lexi 188, 314 Butman, Gabby 188, 193 Bye, Kristina 193, 238 Byford, Jered 278 Byrd, Cachay 227 Byrd, Nia 227, 260

C

SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION

Caballero, Abdiel 181, 219, 225 Cabanas, Olivia 236 Cabezas, Andrew 174, 177 Cabral, Silvana 326 Cabrera, Alexandra 212 Cabrera, Jarelis 213, 243, 431 Cabrera, Juanfelipe 189 Cacchione, Bob 225 Cacho, Yanni 259 Cadet, Asia 332 Caen, Ellen 375 Cafatti Mac Niven, Anastassia 221,

288, 314 Cager, Lawrence 139 Cai, Tony 215 Caine, Stephen 218 Calandranis, Maria 225, 294 Calderon, Daniela 102 Calderone, Geoffrey 241 Calhoun, Bryan 299 Calicchio, Ana 292 Calix, Jorge 332 Calkins, Daniel 25 Callan, Anthony 120, 314 Callanan, Daniel 190, 289 Callender, Dexter 384 Calles, John E. 85 Calles, Steven 290 Calvo, Caitlin 193, 237, 314 Calvy, Tommy 199 Camara Da Silva, Otavio Luis 332 Camara Da Silva, Vitor Hugo 332 Camarillo, Natasha 332 Cambow, Dilraj 212, 221, 237 Cameron, Emma 196 Camilion, Manny 260 Camilleri, Rachel 289 Camilo Silva, Mario 332 Cammer, Natasha 236, 240 Camner, Alfred R. 85 Camoratto, Jack 226 CAMP KESEM 219 Campbell, Bobby 228, 235 Campbell, Isabella 283 Campbell, Janeth 310 Campbell, Olivia 189, 195 Campbell, Robert 189 Campiani, Alma 274 Camplin, Rebecca 167 Campo, Natalia 228 Canals, Aldo 332 Canaves, Alexis 375 Cancel, Daniella 249 Cancio, Christina 260 Candace Krauss 189 Candelaria, Amanda 55 Candelaria, Andrea 55, 227, 316 'CANE CARNIVAL 78 'CANEFEST 16 'CANE KICK-OFF 14 Canellas, Natalia 283 'CANESTHON 214 Cantor, Joshua 189 Cao, Xiaonei 278 Cao, Xiaowei 314 Cao, Zherui 314 Capants, Henry 199, 332 Caplan, Benjamin 13, 124, 250, 253, 302, 332 Caplan, Jodi 188, 193 Cappetta, Ann 249, 332, 338 Cappucci, Emily 314

Caputo, Chris 157 Caraballo, Anthony 225, 291 Carberry, John 242 Carbonel, Alexander 200, 219 Carbonero, Daniel 225 Carbonetto, Nicholas 332 Cardey, Brendan 139, 151, 157, 159, 192, 195, 200 Cardillo, Margaret 380 Cardova, Marlima 288 Cardova, Martina 229, 314 Carelli, Marcello 314 Caride, Peter 180, 200 Caride, Sophia 193, 332, 394, 396 Cariello, Rafael 33, 74, 183, 220, 245, 314 Carmody, Austin 190 Carolan, Alana 193, 242 Carpenter, Hunter 226, 228, 332 Carpio, Rode 218, 247 Carr, Heidi 385 Carraher, Sarah 188, 314 Carrasco, Angel 220 Carreras, Larissa 333 Carrie, Calvin 139 Carriellero, Rafael 227 Carrizosa, Laura 288 Carro, Jessica 193, 252 Carroll, Johnny 333 Carswell, Matthew 256 Cartellano, Morgan 284 Carter, Amari 139 Carter, Catherine 333 Carter, Gil 287 Carter, Julian 242, 296 Carter, Sam 286 Cartularo, Morgan 188 Caruso, Cassie 193 Caruso, Chase 201, 333 Carvalho, Gabriela 314 Carvin, Ashley 226 Caryl, Michael 333 Casanas, Kaitlyn 333 Casanas, Kimberly 333 Casanas, Kristen 333 Casaretto, Ariel 326 Casasola, Johnny 291 Case, Caroline 281 Casente, Conrad 242 CASH CASH 50 Caskin, Patrick 190 Caso, Francisco De 381 Cason, Dejah 151 Cassaday, Bret 213 Cassidy, Austin 333 Castaneda, Chris 288 Castaneda, Sebastian 215 Castaneda, Sofia 213 Castano Cruz, Manuela 333 Castellano, Julia 333

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Castellano, Lexi 151, 247 Castellone, Liv 188 Castiglione, Frank 190 Castillo, Alec 221 Castillo, Barbarella 274, 314 Castillo, Cesar 139, 333 Castillo, Joel 275 Castillo, Kaitlin 102, 212, 228, 272, 314, 426 Castillo, Natalie 241, 302, 310, 333 Castillo, Rafi 118 Castro, Amanda 219 Castro, Magdiel 256 Castro, Vanessa 333 Castro Caballero, Daniella 333 CATEGORY 5 220, 244, 262 Catena, Anna 213 Catena, Raymond 333 CATHOLIC CAMPUS MINISTRY 220 Cavedoni, Melia 333 Cavena, Anita 380 Cawthon, Allison 192, 315 Cecil, Eric Kevin 228, 260, 333, 372, 426 Ceder, Dylan 333 Cejas, Paul L. 85 Celentano, Jess 188 Celik, Imroh 383 Cendan, Bella 192 Cendan, Isabella 219 Cendan, Vincent 214, 219, 236, 333 Cepeda, Karina 193, 299 Cepero, Catalina 283, 315 Cermele, Alyssa 193 Cermele, Amanda 181 Cetoute, Shamir 2279 Chabluz, Robert 189, 315 Chabo, Jorge 39, 224, 228, 427 Chabot, Jordan 180, 182, 225 Chacin, Ana Claudia 257, 333 Chacin, Gelys 257 Chacon, Kristina 225, 276 Chai, Ximei 333 Chaikin, Graham 190 Chaimson, Greg 111 Chait, Aaron 243 Chakravarty, Sarthak 232, 274, 315 Chalhoub, Tiffany 196, 197 Chamberlain, Amanda 75 Chan, Bill 181, 219, 225, 276 Chan, Dorothy 167, 273 Chan, Phillip 225 Chan, Samuel 45, 333 Chandiramani Bellani, Divina 213, 315 Chaney, Carolyn 247 Chang, Nathalie 220 Chapalamadugu, Meghana 227 Chaplin, Wayne E. 85

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Chardin, Marilou 167 Charles, Cherisse 286 Charles, Darlene 173 Charles, Roger 310, 333 Charur, Stephanie 220 Chase, Cate 193, 241 Chaskin, Carly 189 Chavez, Lisset 188 Chaviers, Bayleigh 150, 151 Cheikhali, Sabrina 21, 40, 68, 220, 224, 228, 244, 334, 360, 362, 426 Chemont, PJ 237 Chen, Andrew 215 Chen, Chongtian 276 Chen, Haorui 334 Chen, Ida 334 Chen, Kaitlin 303 Chen, Landon 215, 282 Chen, Muguang 315 Chen, Shaojie 291 Chen, Shne Chony 282 Chen, Yidie 315 Chen, Yufan 190 Chen, Zhichao 292 Cheng, Ethan 287 Cheng, Keying 334 Cheng, Ryan 234 Chenrui, An 288 Chepenik, Grace 189, 195 Cherian, Hope 62, 291 Cheung, Herman 379 CHI OMEGA 181, 183, 185, 186, 188, 191, 192, 205, 206, 209, 398 Chiccarine, Anthony 334 Chico, Chelsea 212, 237, 334 Childs, Indigo 188 Chillon, Carlota 284 Chin, Allison 226, 334 Chinea, Beatriz 229, 334 Chinea, Sissi 229, 334 CHINESE STUDENTS AND SCHOLARS ASSOCIATION 262 Chlachar, Arlene 384 Chng, Yi 242 Choi, Seraphina 236, 300 Chokshi, Millie 41, 236 Chong, Julia 334 Chopra, Divya 80, 253 Chou, Brandon 282 Chowdhari, Sean 334 Chozick, Emma 188 Christensen, Joseph 190, 201, 259 Christodoulou, Andreas 132, 173 Christodoulou, Mary 279 Christopher, Caroline 189, 195 Chuan, Ching-Hua 380 Chugani Chatlani, Alisha 315

Chugh, Pranav 204, 234 Chun, David 380 Chun, Wendy 380 Chunara, Farzeen 214 Chung, David 315 Churchill, Kelly 294 Cicilia, Andrea 334 Cillufo, Paige 197 CINEMATIC ARTS COMMISSION 221 Ciriello, Perry 188, 315 Cisterna, Tiari 334 Citro, Ally 248 Clagett, Elisabeth 188, 315 Claman, Alexander 315 Clancy, Ashton 213, 258 Clancy, James 190 Clapp, John Owen 220, 315 Clapp, Owen 213 Clark, Cameron 294 Clark, Haley 334 Clark, Jade 189, 315 Clark, Natalí 180 Clark, Nile 163 Clarkin, Claire 194 Class, Joshua 315 Claure, Isabella 71, 125, 334 Clausell, Nakiya 225 Clavero, Jessamine 315 Cleary, Katelyn 315 Clement, Amy 379 Cleveland, Peter 190 Cleven, Elliott 279 Climo, Addie 196 Cloonan, Dylan 174 Coarse, Tanner 248 Cobb, Charles E. 85 Cochenuur, Matt 288 Codfrey, Eric 278 Codospoti, Abbie 197 Coello, Sebastian 180, 182, 232, 334 Coffey, Terri 192 Coffman, Don 382, 385 Coffman, Grant 222, 253, 310, 334 Cohan, Alexander 190, 315 Cohen, Alaina 196 Cohen, Alison 279 Cohen, Casey 188, 221, 290 Cohen, Don Shaul 334 Cohen, Jonathan 334 Cohen, Kaylie 234 Cohen, Liat 194, 232 Cohen, Lindsay 334 Cohen, Phoebe 243, 260 Cohen, Rachael 256 Cohorsky, Alexander 189, 200 COIN 78 Colagiovanni, Nina 326 Colaizzi, Alexandra 334 Cole, Mollie 237, 248

Cole, Teddy 189 Coleman, Bailey 240 Coleman, Benjamin 315 Coleman, Catherine 80, 195, 334 Coleman, Lauryn 242 Coleman, Raina 193 Coles, Paige 119 Colicchio, Aria 213 Coll, Josefina 315 Coll, Sophia 194 Collado, Genevieve 188, 283, 315 COLLEGE GAMEDAY 30 COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES 96, 98 Collins, Emily 194 Collins, Jacklyn 379 Collins, Matthew 278, 315 Collis, Reid 334 Colon, Marina 282 Colon, Patricia 34, 64, 186, 192, 219, 333, 334 Coltrain, Kevin 334 Comeau, Teela 334 COMMENCEMENT 128 COMMENCEMENT BALL 81 Commerford, Brianna 194 COMMITTEE ON STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS 219 COMMUTERS 272, 310 Concepcion, Pamela 315 Condelaria, Andrea 274 Connelly, Alex 188 Connolly, Jack 255 Connolly, Michael 119 Connors, Collin 243 Conser, Elena 215 Consoni, Julia 220 Constantino, Sophia 167 Constatine, Ceo 289 Contreras, Ricardo 375 Conway, Piper 196 Coogan, Danielle 243, 334 Cook, Colleen 260 Cook, Jeremy 174 Cook, Kyla 202, 203, 205 Cooper, Christine 189 Cooper, Zach 133, 152, 153 Copeland, Fawlene 334 Copeland, Lauren 203 Coppello, Matt 278 Corbet, Mitchell 113 Corde, John 282, 315 Corde, Sophia 315 Cordoba, Mariana 188 Corea, Brenda 375 Cornelius, Laura 159 Cornish, Kaitlyn 334 Corrigan, Mae 189 Corsi, Douglas 198 Cortez Buznego, Jose 275, 315


Corton, Dayana 73 Corum, Sterling 286, 315 Corvoisier, Derjavine 384 Corzine, Don 139 Cosmai, James 189, 278, 315 Cosme, Genesis 232, 243, 275, 315, 427 Costa, Brandon 334 Costa, Caitlin 191, 249 Costas, Alejandro 180 Costas, Melba 213 Costello, Will 291 Cote, David 213 Coto, Olivia 189, 195 Coudriet, Carson 182 Coulter, Hanah 284 Coulter-Jones, Laura G. 85 COUNCIL OF INT. STUDENTS AND ORGANIZATIONS 60, 63, 221, 262 Council, Micah 281 Courtney, Jessica 193 Cova, Maria 335 Cove, Haley 247 Coviello, Nick 182 Covington, Carolyn 253, 315 Cox, Kaki 188 Cox, Katherine 315 Cox, MacKenzie 335 Cox, Olivia 188, 243, 286 Craft, Jordan 237 Craig, Pierre 190 Craig, Pierre 315 Crail, Seth 111 Cranston, Janelle 225, 288 Crasemann, Caesar 190 Crawford, Braxton 286 Crawford, Tiffany 236, 315 Creiger-Combs, Jacob 190, 292 Crenian, Hunter 249 Crist, Kevin 190 Cristoten, Nick 278 Croitoru, Joel 315 Croix, Alfred de St 224 Croly, Michael 214, 303 Crom, Alexander 335 Crosby, Torrey 247, 253 CROSS COUNTRY 146 Crotty, Lauren 193 Crowder, Robin 288, 315 Crowley, Amanda 240, 315 CRU 221 Crump, Nazir 248 Cruz, Alexa 225 Cruz, Alyssa 335 Cruz, Carlos M. de la 85 Cruz, Michael 220 Cruz, Misha 212, 319 Cruz, Raul 273 Cruz-Lezama, Aileen 220, 279, 315

Csik, Brittany 294, 315 Cuellar, Alfonso 234 Cuellar, Pocho 286 Cueto, Isabella 249, 335, 336 Cuite, Julia 194 Culm, Sean 215, 241, 242 Culver-Zawislak, Hannah 189, 195 Cummins, Brendan 190 Curiel-Tucker, Rodrigo 181, 315 Currie, Katherine 315 Currier-Martin, Zachary 242 Curry, Malik 139 Curtright, Thomas 383 Cusco Diaz, Daniela 335 Cusumano, Alessia 189, 233 Cutri, Michele 335 Cutrone, Cat 240

D

DOOLY MEMORIAL

D'Alleva, Juliana 315 D'Alonzo, Gabrielle 294 D'Ambrosi, Gabbi 260 D'Andrea, Mackenzie 54, 120, 215 D'Arbeloff, Margaux 188, 193 D'Ippolito, Sophia 315 Dacius, Ruth 282 Daily, Lindsey 213, 279 Dakkak, Jasmine 283, 315 Dallas, Deejay 139, 140, 142 Dalleva, Juliana 242 Dalta, Sree 289 Daly, Jessica 108,186, 192, 241 Dalziel, Lauren 315 Damelio, Carly 228 Dancees, Elisabeth 188, 282 Dandes, Erin 335 Daniel, Rachel 229, 234 Daniels, Christopher 205, 335 Danielson, Karli 193 Danquah, Sharon 164 Dante, Harley 194 Danto, Justin 257, 315 Darish, Madison 188, 242, 315 Darling, Trevor 132, 139 Darrow, Katherine 188 Das, Nikhil 335 DaSilva, Chris 180 Dassum, Saadin 315 Dauer, Edward 85, 379 Davenport, Erykah 132, 158, 159, 160, 161

Daversa, John 382, 385 Davey, Carly 189, 195 David, Kyle 215 David, Trisha 282, 315 Davidson, Turner 139 Davies, Cole 278 Davila, David 190, 201, 315 Davioli, Elizabeth 237 Davis, Alexa 316 Davis, Amanda 217 Davis, Anna 188 Davis, Jenny 192, 233 Davis, Kathryn 316 Davis, Katie 22, 23, 99 Davis, Kiara 167, 316 Davis, Michael 300 Davoli, Elizabeth 192, 335 Davoodi, Amir 316 Davuluri, Swetha 253 Dawe, Chip 242 Dawkins, Marvin 385 Day, Jessica 180 De Angelis, Nicholas 335 De La Rua, Giselle 219, 262, 316 De Sa Martins Fonseca, Luisa 335 De Souza, Lilliana 316 De St. Croix Von Seidlitz, Alfred 316 De Vinck, Natalie 205, 316 Dean, Jhavonte 139 Deana, Roman 299 Deana, Timothy 299 Deane, Alec 190 Deantonio, Michael 242, 316 DeBartolo, Alexa 292 DeBartolo, Lexi 189 DEBATE TEAM 224 DeBiase, Augie 139 Debiasse, Alyssa 197 DeBickero, Noah 259, 287 Decossard, Sarah 188, 286 DeFalco, Angelica 189, 195, 292 Defrancesco, Maggie 188 Degel, Christen 188 Degen, Seamus 291 Degen, Tyler 213 Degnan, Bernie 214 Degnan, Erin 380 DeJesus, Kimberly 275 Del-Llano, Angie 379 Delahaye, Nikhil 260 Delaney, Dee 132, 135, 139 Delauze 173 Delgado, Eric 243 Delgado, Richard Scott 335 Delisser, Katie 241 Dellaventura, Dan 287 Delsack, Nicole 72 DELTA DELTA DELTA 51, 188, 191, 193, 205, 206, 208 DELTA EPSILON PSI 204, 205, 206,

209 DELTA GAMMA 191, 206, 208 DELTA KAPPA ALPHA 260, 261 DELTA PHI EPSILON 188, 191, 194, 205, 206, 208 DELTA PHI OMEGA 204 DELTA SIGMA THETA 202, 203, 205, 209, 398 Dembitzer, Jacob 273 Demps, Tiffany 316 Denissova, Julia 335 Dennis-Escoffier, Shirley 379 Den Otter, Anne 241 Denyer, Nicolle 193 Depardon, Gabriella 36 DePhillips, Callie 194 Derby, Kayla 227 Derham, Mike 201 Deridoorian, Rachel 214 DeRouselle, Shannon J. 380 Desai, Anoop 63, 219, 220, 245 Desai, Ayshna 296 Desai, Dhyey 246 Desai, Parth 220, 245 Desai, Puneet 189 Desai, Sagar 180, 279 Desimone, Bryanna 289 Destine, Henson 227 DeTorres, Caitlin 182 Detweiler, Maxwell 205 Deutsch, Emily 193, 283 DeVito, Adele 189, 233, 276 DeVito, Robert 180, 189, 279 Deweerdt, Francesca 316 Dhingera, Sandeep Singh 204 Dhingra, Rhea 189, 316 Dhingra, Sandeep 215, 335 Dhother, Karanvir 227 Dhringa, Sandeep 205 Dhruv, Jasmin 253, 303 Di Zio, Giancarlo 375 Dia, Sarah 335 Diamond, Jeff 237 Diaz, Alfonso 190 Diaz, Christian 220 Diaz, Jasmyn 275, 316 Diaz, Jessica 335 Diaz, Juan 287 Diaz, Kenny 71, 335 Diaz, Lauren 125 Diaz, Natalia 212 Diaz, Paola 77 Diaz, Pedro 219, 236 Diaz-Camacho, Marcelo 316 DiCamillo, Marissa 213 DiCaprio, Mia 194 Dicario, Felicia 282 DiCeglio, Tori 205 Diceglio, Victoria 316 Dickerson, Jasia 202, 203, 205, 302,

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316 DiClemente, Christian 248 Dien, David J. 384 Dien, Gary Keller 385 Dier, Edward 180, 232 DiFranco, Daniel 276 Dillon, Kristine 335 Dillon, Taylor 199 DiMarco, Rachel 192 DiMare, Gino 174 DiMare, Paul J. 85 Dimitryuk, Valeria 237, 249 Dinetz, Josh 189, 235 Dinner, Brandon 189, 279 Dinsmore, David 133, 152, 153, 247 Diop, Nenneh 281 Dipasquale, Robert 190 Dippolito, Sophie 196, 283 DISTRACTION MAGAZINE 224, 397, 398 Dix, Tayana 288 Djahed, Kamran 326 Doanld, Taylor 297 Dobbs, Cameron 247, 316 Dobrin, Olivia 227 Dodaj, Amy 194 Dodd, Cameron 193, 335 Dodds, Leah 190, 233 Dodo, Ibrahim 173 Doherty, Matty 139 Dohi, Bryan 189, 199, 284 Dohun, Shirley 282 Dollahan, Randall 382 Dombey, Nicole 212 Dominguez, Danny 139 Dominguez, Josh 242, 281 Donahue, Margaret 382 Donald, Konnor 280 Donaldson, Navaughn 132, 139 Dongo, Katia 335 Doniger, Zach 181 Doniparthi, Ajay 335 DONNA SHALALA 65 DONNA E. SHALALA MUSICREACH PROGRAM 86 Donnellan, Lexi 188 Donohue, Nicholas 190 Donohue, Tim 260, 261, 289 Doolittle, Kathryn 294 Dorcinvil, Nina Gueshnia 256 Doris, Madeleine 13, 111, 213, 303 Dorsey, Liam 290 Dostaler, Kathleen 5, 431 Dotterweich, Taylor 189, 316 Doub, Frederic 316 Dougherty, Kara 188, 193, 225 Dowd, Diana 242, 316 Dowell-Esquivel, Caitlin 243, 289 Downey, Dave 286 Downey, David 316

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Doyle, Laura 274 DRAG OUT 58 Drageset, Klay 316 DRAKE 9, 47, 56, 86 Drapeau, Noah 284 Dray, Chad Azeroual 190 Drazinic, Carolyn 375 Dreifus, Emilee 287 Driscoll, Paul 254 Droh, Hanna 151 Drummond, Olivia 194 Drumond, Shamar 293 Druth, Alec 236 Druzbik, Emily 189 Du, Avleigh 431 Duare, Matt 290 Duarte, Christopher 316 Duarte, Stephanie 236, 335 Dubi, Olivia 189, 256 Ducheine, Nicholas 139 Duchene, Marie 232 Dudhat, Miraj 182, 190 Dugans, Ron 139 Dughman, Joshua 214 Dulohery, Emily 3, 249 Dumpa, Meghana 287 Duncan, Ian 221 Duncan, Nick 289 Dung, Deny 213 Dunham, Roger 385 Dunla, Roderick 202 Dunlap, Dane 163, 247 Dunlap, Roderick 205, 303, 310, 360, 369 Dunne, Matt 201 Dupagne, Dr. Michelle 232 Duperly, Josh 201 Dupont, Tia 150, 151, 299 Duque, Angelica 256, 316 Duque, Sara 149 Durando, Christian 190 Durso, Alessandro 291 Dussias, Arthur 190 Dutton, Josephine 316 Dvornik, Michael 232 Dwyer, Taryn 336 Dyal, Simar 291 Dyke, Vanessa Van 310 Dykema, Julia 188 Dykstra, Zach 139 Dziedzic, Michael 182, 190, 284 D’Ambrosi, Gabi 227 D’Angelo, Ana 192, 297 D’Arbeloff, Margaux 242, 291

E

EATON

E-WEEK 106 Eakman, Allison 286 Earhart, Briana 336 Early, Bryan 190 Easton, Edward W. 85 EATON RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE 293, 310 Ebert, Jess 189 Ebrahimi, Leila 194 Echevarria, Dylan 336 Echevarria, Joseph J. 85 Edao, Hawwi 218 Eddy, Bobby 44, 99 Edelenbos, Cody 101, 336 Edelman, Benjamin 260 Edge, Brianna 188 Edjidjimo, Nyota 234, 290 Edwards, Kayle 235, 336 Edwards, Stephany 283 Egan, William 278, 316 Egorov, Nicole 21 Egosi, Jeremy 190, 316 Ehrens, David 252, 303, 310, 336 Ehrhardt, Nelson M. 384 Eibel, Adam 201, 205, 219, 236, 336 Eickmeyer, Rachael 237 Eides, David 248 Eisenberg, Kendall 192, 426, 427 Eknoian, Kait 189, 197 Ekunsanmi, Tope 221, 260 El-Sheif, Mona 384 Elbaum, Batya 384 Elefante, Leah 196, 316 Elfering, Tricia 71 Elgarten, Kyle 300 Elie, Krista 218 Elie, Rochelle 316 Elisha, Kate 188, 219 Eljamal, Adam 190, 280 Elkhander, Zach 286 Elledge, Christian 114 Ellis, Brittny 173, 247, 316 Ellis, Peri 227 Eltantawy, Aya 361, 365 Emelle, Patricia 212 Emily, Brooke 193 Emkjer, Teagan 336 EMPOWERED YOUTH 224 Emsden, Blake 201 Eng, Austin 373

Eng, Lonyee 291 ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERS 225, 262 Englehardt, James 381 Englert, Isabella 111 Enlow, John 189, 294 Enright, Joe 284 Ephraimson, Alec 200 Epstein, Daniel 85, 174 Epstein, Maci 164 EQUESTRIAN 225, 258 Erb, Brinkley 189 Erben, Austin 190, 316 Ercia, Sarah 233, 249, 286 Erdheim, Jeremy 279 Erickson, Maxwell 257 Ericson, Jacy 194 Erman, Madison 316 Eryilmaz, Beliz 228, 260 Escala, Willy 174 Escalona, Victor 336 Escarfuller, Sebastian 249 Esch, Emma 316 Escobar, Candice 316 Escobar, Miguel A. 326 Escobar, Natalia 336 Esculies, Facundo Cuevas 190 Eskind, Elias 190, 201 Esoupauis, Athauasuis Uou 282 Esparza, Tatiana 167 Espat, Pablo 232 Espenscheid, Isabella 303 Espiedra, Sarah 336 Espinosa, Maikel Leon 380 Espinoza, Adriana 336 Espinoza, Antonio 226 Espinoza, Paola 336 Esposito, Charles 189, 236 Esposito, Michael 316 Estefan, Gloria M. 85 Estevez, Sofia 195 Estis, Danielle 336 Estrada, Santiago 275 Estupinan, Lilian Pamela 336 Esty, Caitlin 260 ETA SIGMA PHI 224 ETA THETA PI 200 Etedgi, Noa 300 Etienne, Kayla 281 Evans, Blake 292 Evans, Scotney 381 Evde, Max 278 Evelyn, Sr. 220 Ewing, Clay 380 Ewing, Steven 291 Ewulu, Adaora 233 Ewulu, Adapta 233 Ezell, Andrea 218


F

FOOTE GREEN

Fabio, Tim 201 Facciola, Madison 336 Fagerstal, Maria 189, 195 Faggans, Monique 203 Faglione, Christie 189 Fahim, Sarwan 336 Fahmy, Mahmoud 189, 286, 316 Fahmy, Noura 188 Fain, Richard D. 85 Fairbairn, Mateus 189 Fairley, Dominique 259, 336 Fajardo, Cristian 181, 225 Fajardo, Samantha 316 Fajolu, Olumide 336 Fakhoury, Emily 283, 317 Falack, Lindsey 188 Falk, Alecsander 189, 317 Falla, Enrique C. 85 Fallen, Sydney 189, 317 Faller, Brian 236 Falsetta, Diana 379 Fama, Chris 151 Fan, Gongen 279 Fang, Yuxue 317 Fangshue, Hu 288 Fanjul, Alfonso 85 Faour, Hassan 336 Farag, Mark 222, 247, 253 Faranda, Talia 188 FARMER'S MARKET 40 Farmer, Keion 227, 336, 361, 362 Farmer, Leah 317 Farmer, Peyton 193 Farmer, Rachel 193, 226, 236 Farnum, Elise 336 Farrell, Delaney 182, 241, 282 Farrell, Emily 181 Farrell, Isaac 190, 326 Farren, Jack 286 Fasciana, Nicholas 189, 317 Faus, John 190 Faustin, Reunie 275 Fay, Asst. 259 Fay, Peter T. 85 Fayardo, Samantha 275 Fazzone, Cesare 292 Feagles, Zach 139 Fedak, Istvan Von 190 FEDERACIÓN DE ESTUDIANTES CUBANOS 51, 53, 61, 63, 181, 211, 225

FEDERATION OF CLUB SPORTS 226 Federman, Daniel 174, 177 Fedida, Ori 317 Fedko, Kaley 76 Fee, Grant 189 Feeney, Dana 259, 277 Fehlberg, Corey 286 Feinberg, Claire 237 Feinberg, Jack 189, 291 Feinstein, Naomi 188 Feld, Sandra 188 Feldenkreis, George 85 Felder, Gus 139 Feldman, Ari 286, 317 Feldman, Maxwell 190, 317 Felipe, Christian 212 Felipe, Christina 102 Feliu, Annelise 375 Felix, Will 189, 284 Fell, Sarah 189 Felpeto, Izabella 228, 426, 427 Fenuccio, Michael 336 Ferguson-McAllister, Daniel 139 Fern, Juliet 248, 317 Fernandes, Bruna 228 Fernandes, Juliana 385 Fernandes, Katherine 336 Fernandez, Annelise 236, 337 Fernandez, Claudia 224 Fernandez, Jake 201, 286 Fernandez, Maria del mar 427 Fernandez, Maya 274 Fernando, Michael 220 Ferolie, Jenna 189, 252 Ferrand, Samantha 260, 261 Ferrante, Val 260 Ferrara, Gabrielle 193, 337 Ferrarie, Brianna 188 Ferreira, Ant 199 Ferreira, Jenna 180 Ferreira, Nick 182 Ferreira Coelho, Tais Mayara 337 Ferrer, John 256 Ferrera, Isa 288 Ferry, Kyle 249 Few, Marshall 139 Field, Stephanie 317 Fielding, Donald 237, 248 Fields, Halle 248 Figueredo, Vivian 379 Figueroa, Haydee 218 FILIPINO STUDENT ASSOCIATION 226 Fils, Aaron 189, 280 Finazzo, Paul 337 Findley, Alden 280, 317 Fine, Jessica 337 Fines, Ryan 139 Fink, Austin 189

Fink, Matthew 337 Finley, Romeo 139 Finnegan, Kelli 247, 283 Finol, Ana 228 Fiori, Sammi 188 Fioto, Lexie 252 Fischler, Gabriel 337 Fish, Kevin 247 Fisher, Adam 157 Fisher, Grace 191 Fisher, Jonathan 288 Fisher, Kristina 151, 182, 247, 317 Fisher, Maxim 189 Fishman, Ethan 232 Fishman, Isaac 337 Fitzgerald, Randall 282, 317 Fitzpatrick, Ryan 337 Flanigan, Emmet 337 Flannagan, Colin 242 Flannery, Paige 189, 195, 242 Flaumenhaft, Lauren 192 Flavin, Scott 382 Fleisher, Joelle 248, 283 Fletcher, Elizabeth 249 Flores, Frances 274, 317 Flores, Jessica 249, 337 Flores, Karla 189, 197, 279 Flores-Paz, Nelly 337 Florez, Laura 274 Flynn, Trainer Karen 225 Foley, Madalyn 188, 260, 279, 317 Fons, Hailey 193 Fonseca, Miguel 181 Fontana, Bea 36 Fontanella, Antonio 226, 259 FOOTBALL 132, 136, 138, 140, 142, 144 FOOTE FELLOWS 90 FOOTE GREEN 206 Forbes, Ashley 113, 337 Forcone, Kathryn 249 Ford, Erin 173 Ford, Jonathan 139 Forde, Mariah 203 Fornino, Evaline 380 Forstot, Jesse 337 Forte, Kevin 37, 54, 337 Fortna, Madison 103 Fortunato, Katherine 283 Foster, Jaclyn 277, 317 Foster, Kayla 224, 228, 321, 427 Foster, Lauren 275 Foust, Maddie 289 Fracasso, Rachel 291, 317 Fracol, Garrett 317 Fraga, Alani 337 Fragoso, Adianez 54, 337 Franceski, Sarah 192, 228, 426, 427 Franchi, Thomas 65, 219 Francisco, Mart 221, 226

Franco, Dana 213, 317 Franco, Maria Elisa 337 Francois, Alexianna 317 Francois, Ana 382 Frangogiannis, Thanos 218 Frank, Emma 288 Franklin, Lamont 157 Franklin, Lydia 292 Franklin, Lydra 297 Franklin, Perry 282 Franklin, Victoria 194 Frederic Doub 189 Fredette, Michael 337 Freedberg, Agatha 289, 317 Freedberg, Sydney 337 Freeman, Cameron 194 Freeman, Emma 44 Freeman, Kyra 203, 302, 310 Fregien, Nevis 242 Freilicher, Luc 190 Frejka, Olivia 189, 195 French, Gabrielle 186, 188 French, Michael 189 Frick, James 34 Friedman, Brandon 248 Friedman, Mark 379 Friedman, Tristan 337 Friedrichs, Walter 375 Friehely, John 278 Froney, Merryl 242 FROST BAND OF THE HOUR 216 FROST SCHOOL OF MUSIC 57, 110 Frost, Phillip 85 Fry, Molly 259 Frydenborg, Chris 201 Frydenborg, Christopher 190 Frydlova, Kristyna 132, 169 Fryer, Caitlin 193 Fu, Chengzhang 317 Fuccile, Mitchell 121, 219 Fuente, David I. 85 Fuentes, Amanda 33, 317 Fuentes, Maddie 33 Fuentes, Silvia 164 Fugatch, Austin 278 Fukui, Takeshi 337 Fuller, Samuel 296 Fumero, John 190 Funchion, John 382 Furman, Eli 226, 229 Furman, Nathan 3, 106, 241, 248, 280, 317 Furst, Henry 235 Furst, James 317 Furtney, Isaac 221 Fusco, Elizabeth 248 Fusilero, Emily 249, 317 Fux, Jacobo 236

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G

GLIDERS

Gabig, Andrew 337 Gabor, Noah 190 Gabriel, Brian 174 Gaddipati, Sirisha 282 Gaines, Simone 317 Gajakas, Nidhi 283, 317 Gak, Deng 157 Galaganiuk, Sergii 242 Galang, M. Evelina 382 Galante, Jacqueline 115 Galarraga, Sabrina 257 Galitsky, Ilan 190 Gallagher, Thomas 190, 284 Gallant, Jordan 299 Gallego, Daniel 224 Gallin, Alexander 102 Gallinal, Angel Vicente 85 Gallo, Giancarlo 317 Gallogly, Erin 193 Gallucci, Angela 188 Gally, Sarah 167 Galvez, Emily 337 Gamiz, Jasmine 337 Gamma, Thomas 317 Gammara, Jenn 192 Gandara, Jose 148, 149 Ganigan, Kaili 237, 294 Gannon, Liam 337 Gannon, Michael 190 Gannon, Reed 278 Gany, Nicole 196 Gao, Ge 337 Garb, Ashley 240 Garcia, Alexa 193, 226, 260 Garcia, Alexandra 54, 220, 235, 337 Garcia, Cassie 253 Garcia, Diana 188 Garcia, Julie 381 Garcia, Katya 41, 225, 257, 274, 317 Garcia, Lindsay 310 Garcia, Michael 287, 317 Garcia, Ryan 337 Garcia, Thalia 61, 125, 224, 225, 337 Garcia, Veronica 54 Garcia-Dubus, Alicia Paulino 220 Garcia-Dubus, Lisa Paulino 220 Garcon, Jennifer 375 Gard, Erica 213 Gardipee, Logan 375 Gardner, Noah 282 Garfall, Blaise 193, 243, 338

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CLOSING | index

Garner, Caitlin 188, 290 Garrison, Bruce 382 Garvey, Andrew 247, 303 Garvin, Jonathan 134, 139 Garza, Erika 233 Garza, Nina 272, 298, 301, 311, 317, 426 Garzon, Roberto 228 Gasko, Chase 237 Gassner, Liv 241 Gassner, Olivia 310, 338 Gauthier, Tyler 132, 139 Gaynor, Corey 139 Ge, Hanting 218 Ge, Jimmy 303 Geary, Savannah 260 Gedeon, Andrew 291 Gedeon, Francesca 260, 288 Geiger, Liz 188 Gelb, Jack 189, 289 Gelb, Scott 284, 317 Gelbard, Simon 288 Gelbart, Frances 249 Geldof, Serena-Lynn 159 Geller, Isabelle 96, 317 Geller, Izzy 186, 188, 284 Gelman, Shirley 188, 193, 231, 248 Generato, Earl 284, 338 Generato, Roscoe 246 Genereaux, Benjamin 338 Genoune, Rachel 219 Genovese, Niclas 163, 247 Gentil, Isabella 173 George, Adam 173 George, Madison 228, 426, 427 George, Phillip T. 85 German, Nicolas 182, 190 Gerraughty, Kevin 151 Getty, Jenna 260, 283 Getz, Stefanie 242, 317 Ghahremaninezhad, Ali 381 Giacobbe, Katie 3, 237, 310 Giamportone, Michelle 151 Giancaspro, James 381 Giannotta, Julia 167 Gibbons, Barry 190, 289 Gibbons, Conor 276 Gibbons, Mick 248 Gibson, Andriana 286, 317 Gibson, Charlie 282 Gibson, Jackie 280 Gibson, Thelma V.A. 85 Gidlow, Bridget 237 Gidwani, Simran 280 Giglio, Isabella Di 32, 70 Giglio, Max del 218 Gigliotti, Gracie 193, 241 Gil, Raymond 174 Gilbert, Carmen 338 Giliahe, Marie 281

Gilio, Devin 186, 188, 317 Gill, Taylor 189, 195 Gillespie, Jackson 189 Gillespie, Shannon 303 Gilliard, Nick 289 Gillies, Carl 300 Gilligan, Joshua 190, 317 Gillis, Colleen 167 Gilzene, Tyler-Ann 338 Gimbel, Maxine 338 Gimpel, Lauren 194 Ginsberg, Olivia 258 Ginsburg, Sabrina 281, 317 Giordano, Sydney 193, 338 Gittleson, Bret 232 Gizachew, Daniel 220, 233 Gladstone, Gerald 190 Gladstone, Rebecca 294 Glassman, Danielle 192 Glenn, Chloe 212 Glennon, Jocelyn 303 Glover, Andrew 279 Glover, Jake 279 Gluck, Aaron 227 Glynn, Patrick 291 Goddard, Rebecca 290 Godfrey, Eric 190 Goebel, Ali 4 Goeler, Lindsay 188, 317 Goergmaier, Melanie 375 Goff Ii, Jaskè 338 Goffstein, Adam 212 GOLD RIBBON CLUB 226 Gold, Joshua 189 Gold, Sydney 260 Goldberg, Justin 139, 338 Golden, Matthew 338 Goldin-Dubas, Livi 278 Golding, Andrew 190 Goldman, Margaret 338 Goldman, Marisa 338, 373 Goldman, Samantha 188, 257, 289 Goldstein, Haley 317 Goldstein, Katie 188 Goldstein, Leah 189, 253 Goldstein, Shayna 193, 240 Goldstein, Shellee 338 GOLF 168 Gomes, Ariana 212 Gomes, Briana 241 Gomes, Sara 317 Gomez, Briana 259 Gomez, Daniel 360, 368 Gomez, Sophia 189, 195 Gomez-Castillo, Carlos 375 Gomèz, Cesar Augusto Roa 376 Gonzalez, Ana 338, A Gonzalez, Andrew 274 Gonzalez, Charles 291 Gonzalez, Daniela 228, 259

Gonzalez, Francesca 338 Gonzalez, Jose 338 Gonzalez, Luis 121, 338, 357 Gonzalez, Natalia 338 Gonzalez, Nathaly M. 326 Gonzalez, Rogelio 65, 128, 236, 307, 338 Gonzalez, Romy 174, 177 Gonzalez, Samantha 133, 173, 279 Gonzalez Braniff, Adriana 338 Gonzalez Braniff, Regina 317 Gonzalez-Quevedo, Tiffanie 188 Gonz·Lez, Enrique 338 Gonz·Lez-Gomez, Vanessa 338 Good, Sydney 229, 230, 231, 248 Goodin, Robert 213 Goodin, Ruth 381 Goodman, Max 190 Gordillo, Anghy 317 Gordinie, Jamie 137 Gordinier, Jamie 139 Gordon, Brandon 338, 388 Gordon, Grace 346 Gordon, Lindsey 189, 195, 242, 256, 283 Gordon, Noah 189, 284 Gore, Radhika 227 Gorelick, Jack 190 Gorham, Ryan 189 Gorrin, Adriana 228 Gorrin, Andrea 339 Gorrin, Emmanuel 260 Gorzsas, Andrew 291 Gounaris, Nicholas 292, 317 Gousse, Angelica 339 Govindarajan, Vaidya 339 Grace, Landon 383 GRADUATE STUDENT ASSOCIATION 114 Graf, David 383, 384 Graf, Liam 286 Graff, Erica 116 Graffam, Rebecca 339 Grafton Jr, Wycliffe 237, 260 Graham, John 236, 302 Graham, Victoria 203, 339 GRAMMYS 110 Granahan, Kayla 188 Granda, Agustin 225 Granda, Agustin Pedro Rodriguez 220 Granda, Natalie 228, 242, 339 Granito, Christopher 339 Grant, Tyler 190, 317 Grau, Gabriella 339 Grauer, Justin 248 Gray, Johnathan 237 Gray, Mykea 132, 159, 161 Gray, Trayone 139 Grayhack, Erin 188


Greaney, Alyssa 189, 195 Greaves, Emily 122, 339 GREEK WEEK 206, 208, 398 Green, Chris 200 Green, Christopher 339 Green, Courtney 339 Green, Emily 242, 317 Green, Lindsey 300 Green, Peri 51, 339 Green, Steven J. 85 Green, Trevor 382 Greenberg, Gabrielle 241, 242 Greene, Morgan 339 Greene, Nicholas 380 Greene, Rose Ellen 85 Greenman, Will 284 Greenspan, Carly 256 Gregory Burgess 189 Grey, Haley 188 Grieb, Gavin 339 Griffin, Adriana 278, 318 Griffin, Claire 242, 318 Griffin, Kayla 339 Griffin, Kevin 235, 339 Griffin, Lily 260 Griffin, Queen 318 Griffin, Sean 219, 235, 253 Griffith, Abigail 193, 339 Griffith, Stacy 242 Grilo, Juliana 318 Grimstad, Renate 132, 169 Grinbaum, Shiley 189 Grinfeder, Kim 380 Grissom, Zach 229, 284, 318 Grochet, Evan 226 Grogan, Baylie 189, 195 Grogan, Karly 189, 195 Gross, Emily 284 Gross, Julia 242 Gross, Mark 189, 279 Grossman, Sean 172, 173, 247 Grossman, Viktoria 188, 284 Grubbs, Carlee 339 Gruchot, Evan 232 Grunert, Rachel 339 Grunst, Brian 190 Gryniewicz, Andrew 73 GrĂźndling, Maria 220 Gu, Jiahui 339 Gu, Weiyong 383 Gu, Yajie 339 Guaglianone, Neal 180, 200 Guan, Maxx 259 Guay, Jackson 242 Gubin, Jacob 189 Gucovschi, Ilana 318 Guenoun, Joseph 190 Guerra, Daniela 219, 339 Guerra, Richard 339 Guerra, Stephen 385

Guerra-Orgiste, Chazz 190 Guerrero, Nina 220, 339 Guevara, Christian 224, 236 Guevara, David 339 Guiao, Amber 236, 302, 339 Guillard, Madolyn 226, 339 Guilmette, Emily 217 Gunasakera, Akla 199 Gunda, Akki 221 Gundersen, Joshua 383 Guo, Nianyi 218, 339 Gupta, Gauray 219 Gupta, Preeti 227 Gupta, Rose 299 Gurewitsch, Jordana 318 Gurien, Arielle 193 Gurram, Saketh 289 Gustave, Doreen 282 Gustinvil, Raden 251 Gutierrez, Christina 220 Guyton, Thomas 189 Guzman, Juan 180 Guzzi, Vanessa 380 Gyedu, Joseph 286 Gyeong, Geun 278 Ha, Chris 284

H

HERBERT WELLNESS CENTER

Haaker, Jacob 198, 215, 232, 318 Haarman, Roos 169 Haas, Joey 186, 224 Habach, Molly 194 Habashi, Ali 380 Habina, Nicole 193 Habina, Nikki 188 Haddad, Caterina 193 Hadeed, Brandon 235, 318 Hagen, Christopher 248, 318 Hagert, Sean 173 Hahm, Emily 339 Hahn, Kaitlin 167, 318 Haines, Charles 237 Haire, Christian 339 Haire, Reece 287 Haixin, Liang 288 Hajari, Ahmed Al 189, 199 Hajdenberg, Henie 383 Hajkova, Karolina 153 Halabi, Claudine 326 Halee, Ben 189, 225 Hall, Benjamin 182, 241, 242 Hall, Edward 190

Hall, Ned 284 Hall, Nedd 201 Halldin, Arielle 248, 286 Haller, Patrick 151, 229 Halperin, Dan 118 Ham, Elijah 233 Hamann, Mitchell 107, 243 Hamby, Mariah 212, 318 Hamilton, Peter 229 Hamm, Elijah 214, 219 Hamman, Carolyn 242 Hammerschlag, Neil 109, 384 HAMMOND SCHOLARS 90 Hammond, Cooper 132, 174 Hammonds, Austin 243, 260 Hammons, Pamela 382 Hampton, Hunter 199, 236 Han, Daniel 189, 318 Han, Tieran 215 Han, Yi 340 Hand, Gabrielle 48, 49, 340 Hanna, Angelica 283 Hanna, Brandon 340 Hannan, Kevin 340 Hanne, Elijah 284 Hano, Dayana 193 Hanrahan, Liam 200 Hanselmann, Fritz 384 Hanshaw, Kathryn 215 Hanson, Kathleen 132, 167 Hanson, Marissa 318 Haper, Taylor 300 HARD ROCK STADIUM 145 Hardenbergh, Esther 382 Hardy, Derrick 375 Hargadon, Kevin 189, 289, 318 Harkonen, Patrick 286 Harley, Mike 139 Harley, Sydney 234, 282 Harn, Jaime 237, 278 Harned, Sydney 214, 242 Harnes, Daniel 280 Harnik, Sean 292 Harper, Emma 45 Harrington III, Charles 218 Harrington, Grace 256 Harrington, Michaela 242 Harris, Alex 299 Harris, Josh 139, 151, 192 Harris, Keyanna 159, 160 Harris, Matthew 340 Harris, Nicholas 189 Harris, Trent 132, 139, 142, 145 Harris-Deans, Marley 290 Harry, Elizabeth 384 Hart, John 382, 385 Hart, Teren 36, 37, 340 Hartman, Nicholas 249 Hartson, Nathan 288 Harty, Donald 189

Harty, Stone 200 Has, Timba Tapamo 302 Hasenauer, Joanna 340 Hassoun, Hannah 318 Hatfield, Carly 188 Hatzopoulos, Victoria 189 Hauran, Vackee 284 Hausmali, Sasha 284 Havenick, Barbara Hecht 85 Haverlin, Lauren 188 Hawkins, Alexandria 236, 281 Hawkins, Florence 257 Hawkins, Hunter 294 Hawthorne, Blake 228, 340 Haye, Niayah Symone 275 Hayes, Joshua 259, 318 Haymond, Maddie 291 He, Chenxi 318 He, Jiajie 340 He, Wanhung (Tony) 278 He, Wanlong 318 He, Xinshuang 218 He, Xu 288 HEALTHY U HEALTHY ME 227 Heaster, Simon 190 Heavenrich, Graham 180, 279 Hebert, Leland 340 HECHT RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE 277, 310 Hecht, Samuel 180, 279 Heerens, Vivian 192, 205, 215, 219, 318 Hefley, Jonathan 289 Heijn, Jose 276, 318 Heise, Emma 188 Helington, Charles 274 Hellruger, Matthew 280 Helm, Maddie 188 Hembrick, Madison 289 Hemmingstad, Samuel 189, 296, 297 Hemphill, Robby 287 Henkels, Liam 326 Henkin, Madison 188, 318 Henley, Camille 259 Henry, Deanna 340 Henry, Kay Ann 234, 256 Henry, Mike 289 Henry, Myrthle 375 Henshaw, Kathryn 236 Hequin, Amanda 257, 340 Hequin Ganapolsky, Mark Emmanuel 340 Herbert, Allan M. 85 Herbert, Kai-Leon 139 Herbst, Robert 190 Heria, Alex 385 Herlth, Kyia 303 Hermanson, Ellie 192, 205 Hernandez, Adiel 181, 232

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Hernandez, Bianca 220 Hernandez, Brianna 340, 344, 361, 368 Hernandez, Camila 213, 279 Hernandez, Christopher 190 Hernandez, Francisco 340 Hernandez, Magaly 340 Hernandez, Mike 298 Hernandez, Sylvia 148, 149 Herndon IV, Christopher 132, 138 Herr, Jackie Coleman Hannah 193 Herrada, Rikki 252 Herrera, Amanda 249, 340 Herrera, Briadam 152 Herrera, Kevin 340 Herrera, Martin 318 Herrick, Sydney 188, 283, 318 Herrin, Kelli 240 Herschlag, Elise 234 Hertz, Arthur H. 85 Hervera, Belen 240, 318 Hettwe, Nick 289 Heurtelou, Regyne 249 Heyes, Peyton 259 Heymann, Kevin 252 Hibbard, Rebecca 242 Hibbard, Ryan 198 Hickerson, Natalie 5, 240, 303, 340 Hickey, Christian 276 Hickey, Erin 249 Hidalgo, Andres 273 Hienz, Julia 260 Higgins, Andrew 249, 291 Higgins, Anthony 299 Higgins, Liam 190, 278 Higgins, Samantha 189, 195, 283 Highbloom, Robert 340 Hightower, Sarah 188, 218, 280 Hill, Adam 218 Hill, Jordan 310 Hill, Julien 291 Hill, Madeline 226 Hill, Niara 133, 173, 203 Hillegass, Amanda 221, 340 Hiller, Anna 188, 318 Hillery, Zalon'tae 139 Hilt, Rachel 188, 318 Hinestrosa, Ana 340 Hinshaw, Ellen 192, 302 Hinton, Shane 205 Hinton, Sharod 234 Hippolyte-Wade, Kayla 235, 318 Hiraldo, Elsa 249 Hirlemann, Alexia 227, 275, 340 Hirsch, Marlee 340 Hirschowitz, Montana 256 Hobaica, Jillian 286 Hoban, Calvin 190 Hochman, Peter 289 Hof, Emese 132, 159

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CLOSING | index

Hofer, Elisabeth 224 Hoff, Tori 188 Hoffman, Amelia 188, 318 Hoffman, Benjamin Ezra 340 Hoffmann, Jonathan 340 Hoffstadt, Danie 188 Hofmann, Natalia 188, 193, 318 Hojas, Nicolas 190 Hojas Cuervo, Nicolas 318 Hokenson, Jason 318 Holbrook, Nolan 190 Holdship, Michael 173 Holifield, Marilyn J. 85 Holl, Samantha 193, 297 Hollingsworth, Katherine 192, 246, 259, 318 Hollowed, Maddy 214 Hollowood, Keelin 104 Holmes, David 249 Holmes, Richard 248, 340 Holmgren, Mackenzie 167 Holzmann, Oscar 379 Homajer, Zachary 292 Home, Travis 142 HOMECOMING 6, 48, 53 HOMECOMING CONCERT 50 HOMECOMING EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 49, 227 Homeijer, Zachary 224 Homer, Travis 132, 139, 142, 145 Hong, Zhang 215 Hood, Terri 381 Hooper, Daren 218 Hopkins, Kaitlyn 340 Hopkins, Xavier 340 Hopper, Daniel 288 Horan, John 340 Horesh, Elijah 213 Hornilla, Mizelle 181, 213, 228, 299 Hornish, Katharine 188, 237, 288, 318 Horowitz, Samuel 341 Horowitz, Shai 296 Horstmann, Bella 194 Hoshaw, Lindsey 282 Hospedales, Emilio 236 Hou, Serena 169 House, Apryl 232, 341 Houser, Amy 233, 283 Houston, Sydney 294 Hovan, Katherine 194, 341 Hovenden, John 190, 318 Howard, Xavier 289 Howson, Max 302, 341 Howson, Megan 193, 241 Howson, Olivia 189, 195 Hoxha, Xhorxha 213, 256 HP CONCERTS 50 Hreben, Mike 289 Hsiao, James 63, 237

Hsu, Aaron 189 Hu, Weiming 341 Huang, Chun-Yuh 379 Huang, Hui 341 Huang, Jiajun 341 Huang, Kan 80, 215, 341 Huang, Sunxiang 383 Huang, Zihan 341 Huaroto, Kaitlyn 225, 341 Huberman, Melissa 318 Hudak, Kristina 195 Hudson, Karen 382 Huell, Dewan 157 Huen, Daniella 249 Hueniken, Stephen 299 Huerta, Manuel 383 Huffman, Carly 341 Huffman, Delaney 189 Huffman, Jennifer 375 Huggins, Will 318 Hughes, Kaylee 341 Hughes, Patrick 190, 241, 287 Hughes, Sally 382 Hughes, Sara 188 Hughes, William 385 Huh, Jane 237 Hukmani, Mansi 228, 253, 427 Hummel, Sam 188, 260 Hummel, Samantha 193, 288 Humphreys, Ben 136 Hunt, Shannon 215 Hurdman, Katie 188 Hurlbrink, Will 284 Hurley, Jessica 153, 247 Hurricane Bhangra 227 HURRICANE HOWL 6 HURRICANE IRMA 18, 20, 22, 24, 26 HURRICANE PRODUCTIONS 228 HURRICANETTES 238 Hurtado, Nicholas 318 Hurwitz, Alexis 318 Hurwitz, Jordan 193 Husainy, Dalia 193 Hutchins, Remi 241 Hutnik, Steven 341 Hutson, Alexander 341 Huynh, Catherine 243, 341 Huzior, Michael 236 Hwang, Janis 257 Hyde, Brian 190, 279 Hyer, Maeve 318 Hyler, Shanic 299 Hynes, Anthony 379

I

IM FIELDS

Iannucci, Vincenzo 190 Ibanez, Mary Katherine 341 Ibarra, Bryan 236, 302, 341 Ibarzabal, Hector 63, 341 IBIS YEARBOOK 228, 398 Idnani, Sherina 253 Idrovo, Melissa 194 Intrafraternity Council 189, 205 Ifrah, Claire 297 Iglesias, Austin 219 Ikhimwin, Osarume 291 Ikner, Adam 283 Illan, Andrea 189, 318 Inderbitzin, Elena 63 Inglis, Michelle 23, 122 Ingram, Kyle 282 INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERS 228 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 187, 198 INTERNATIONAL WEEK 60 INTRAMURALS 180, 182 Iohprasert, Vichayaporn 215 Iraola, Annalise 341 Iriza, Gabriel 341 Irvin II, Michael 139 Irving, Liz 188, 234 Irwin, Tara 294 Isackson, Evan 240 Ishiki, Saori 290 Ishmael, Victor 139 Islam, Maleehah 287 Ismail, Karim 228 Ismail, Tameem 259 Isnard Peixoto, Gabriel 341 Israel, Brent 232 Israel, Noa 318 Issa, Corinne 280 Itaq, Adil 280 Ito, Ren 294, 318 Ivanicki, Garrett 341 Izundu, Ebuka 155, 157


J

JERRY HERMAN RING THEATRE

Jacklin, Kaitlyn 193 Jacknin, Jacob 190 Jackson Liszewski 189 JACKSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 117 Jackson, Alicia 379 Jackson, Anthony 205 Jackson, Brandon 198 Jackson, Demetrius 139 Jackson, Joe 132, 139 Jackson, Matthew 190 Jackson, Michael 132, 134, 139 Jackson, Sterling 341 Jackson, Tia 159 JacksonCeblunt 278 Jacobs, Lindsey 194 Jacobson, Astrid 282, 318 Jacobson, Lake 278, 281 Jacoway, Delaney 180 Jacques, Florianne 234, 249, 273, 318 Jaffe, Eve 192 Jaffee, Matthew 151, 342 Jaime-Rivera, Jorge 286 Jaimice, Samara 282 Jamal, Hera 342 Jamal, Natalie 342 James, Destiny 56, 57, 318 James, Kacey 342 James, Nosa 248 Jameson, Jada 260, 286 Jami, Meghana 235 Janczur, Hannah 189, 195 Janfaza, Aaron 189, 200, 286 Jankulovski, Bojan 133, 163 Janotha, Sophia 193, 231, 248 Janssens, Samantha 192 Jara, Joanna 224, 260 Jardine, Callie 189, 195, 318 Jarrett, Sydney 239 Jash, Shrarya 283 Jasti, Shravya 243, 318 Jawid, Maryam 173, 319 Jawid, Morgan 283 Jay, Udit 276 Jayaraj, Christina 243, 279, 319 Jeffery, Kyle 342 Jellie, Barrett 282 Jenkins, Jailyn 228 Jenkins, Noami 287 Jenkins, Tony 173, 174

Jennings Jr, Bradley 139 Jensen, Sierra 188, 236 JERRY HERMAN RING THEATRE 45, 72 Jesus, Kimberly De 260 Jesus-Aller, Sydney 276 Jhon, Yalam 287 Ji, Chao 375 Ji, Yiwen 375 Ji, Yuzhou 342 Jiang, Han 342 JIM MORRIS 174, 178, 179 Jimenez, Alec 342 Jimenez, Alejandra 342 Jimenez, Frank R. 85 Jimenez, Israel 280 Jimenez, Juan 319 Jing, Li 342 Jiuraj, Ammar 282 Jocelyn, Chelsea 228, 342 JOE BIDEN 64 John, Stefan 181 Johnsen, Lilly 189, 195 Johnson, Aaliyah 281 Johnson, Andrew 281, 319 Johnson, Corey 188 Johnson, DJ 136 Johnson, Eleanor 246 Johnson, Hunter 190 Johnson, Jacob 181, 182, 200 Johnson, Jaquan 132, 134, 139 Johnson, JJ 200 Johnson, Joshua 342 Johnson, Kate 221 Johnson, Kayla 133, 172, 173, 247, 300 Johnson, Kyle 281 Johnson, Mallory 193, 342 Johnson, Maria 100 Johnson, Neil 291, 383 Johnson, Ronnie 133, 151, 247 Johnson, Tre 139 Johnson, Veronica 342 Johnston, Grace 243, 342 Jones, Ellery 278 Jones, Jaalen 173 Jones, Jahair 139 Jones, Josh 260 Jones, Julia 180, 218 Jones, Kathryn 212, 319 Jongens, Audrey 57 Jonson, DJ 139 Joo, Sunghee 381 Jordan, Abigail 283 Jordan, Daniel 129 Jose, Alba 319 Joseph, Jessica 319 Joudi, Noor 85 Joya, Pablo Aycart 163 Joya, Tristan 342

Juan, Carlos 226 Julbe, Ed 382, 383 Jules, Clinton 289 JULIO FRENK 85, 88, 106 Julmice, Samara 319 Jung, Joon 276 Jung, Justin 189 Juno, Paloma 296 Juste, Sara St. 229

K

KEY BISCAYNE

Kaar, Payton 342 Kabra, Ruhi 227 Kadampelil, Allison 5, 192, 213, 227, 262, 319 Kadre, Manuel 85 Kafkes, Gregory Gray 237, 319 Kaire, Alexandra 319 Kalap, Sarena 188, 246, 275 Kalb, Wolf 190 Kalbac, Emily 296 Kaleel, Alexandra 319 Kaleel, Jacqueline 252 Kaler, Jared 278 Kalinin, Alex 215 Kalinin, Nina 252 Kalter, Danny 139 Kamath, Rachna 299 Kamdar, Rushabh 200 Kamenovich, Peter 259 Kaminski, Ben 226 Kaminski, Natalie 286 Kaminski, Tristan 189, 199 Kaminsky, Jenna 342 Kaminsky, Karol 382 Kamisetty, Sahana 233, 246 Kamphorst, Alex 302, 310, 342, 373 Kanan, Vanessa 319 Kanarzeuslei, Maximillan 275 Kandziora, Ryan 278 Kane, Caroline 319 Kane, Jocelyn 55, 192, 301, 319 Kane, Trudy 382 Kane, William 342 KAOS 229 Kapadia, Harsh 215 Kaplan, Amy 194 Kaplan, Becca 193 Kaplan, Blake 246 Kaplan, Cooper 190 Kaplan, Jason 283

Kaplan, Jordan 194 Kaplan, Julia 252 Kaplan, Matthew 280 Kaplan, Rebecca 342 Kaplan, Julia 193 KAPPA ALPHA PSI 202 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 191, 205, 206, 209 KAPPA SIGMA 182, 189, 198, 206, 209 Karaoglu, Alp 190 Karas, Matt 28, 300 Karimy, Fajer 342 Karkkainen, Ruan 383 Karnani, Shruti 63, 219, 227 Karp, Sarah 35 Karp, Taylor 342 Karpathy, Nicholas 214 Kashuv, Tyler 287 Katan, Daniel 257 Kathe, Noah 212 Kathrein, Nicholas 190, 201, 292 Katsimeni, Konstantina 36 Katsoulos, Sabine 281 Kattoura, Helen 193 Katz, Alex 342 Katz, Daniel 342 Katz, Josh 280 Katz, Nicholas 237, 342 Katz, Nicole 225 Katz, Rachel 236 Katzen, Elisabeth S. 380 Kaufman, Dana 243 Kean, Emily 167 Kearney, Deja 296, 297 Keefe, Liv 241, 246 Keefe, Tori 194 Keegan, Patrick 290 Keenan Jr., Brian Anthony 342 Kellan, Parker 242 Keller, Gary 382, 385 Kelley, Meg 193 Kellow, Scott 190 Kelly, Alexandra 290 Kelly, Thomas 227, 342 Kelton, Camie 151 Kemelman, Sam 288 Keminski, Ben 252 Kendall, Lauren 189, 195 Kennedy, Baylee 113 Kenney, Stephanie 342 Kenny, Hannah 236, 343 Kerge, Ryan (John) 343 Kern, Ben 287 Keroullé, Ronan 326 Kerrison, Stefani 173 Kervin, Ryan 220, 319 Kery, Emma Erickson 194 Kesselring, Ryan 75, 282 Kestenbaum, Curtis 190

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Kevelson, Anna 286 Key, Carter 111 Key, Terrell 248 Keyanna Harris 159 Khaled, Noor 278 Khan, Abdul 233 Khan, Areeba 235 Khayat, Elizabeth 188, 283 Khomenko, Julia 188 Khosla, Shaan 247, 319 Khosla, Shawn 297 Khoury, Peter 13, 250, 253, 310, 343 Kibonoeka, Natalia 297 Kiefer, Jennifer 252 Kiel, Patrick 242, 246 Kielty, Eliza 188 Kiffel, Julia 319 Kilberge, Kendall 283 Kim, Julie 256 Kim, Noah 240 King, Austin 214 King, Elijah 190 King, Hunter 343 King, Raven 218 Kingma, Kyle 224, 246, 303, 319 Kinney, Dean 202 Kinross, Talia 189, 195 Kinzerska-Martinez, Luiza 343 Kirschenbaum, Dylan 34, 237, 343 Kirstein, Emily 343 Kirtman, Ben 379 Kiser, Ellen 227 Klafter, Becca 188 Klainbaum, Jacky 190 Klar, Noah 14, 190, 291 Klasner, Mia 191 Klaus, Jim 381 Klayman, Isabelle 188 Klee, Jacob 287 Klegka, Hannah 189 Klein, Briana 213, 225 Klein, Kristen 167, 343 Klein, Mason 383 Klein, Teagan 294 Kleinbard-Taylor, Ruby 205, 236 Kleinberg, Josh 95, 249 Klempner, Leah 189 Kleyman, Leo 237 Kline, Cody 219, 286 Kling, Benjamin 190 Kling, David 384 Klunuris, Alex 279 Klute, Ali 193 Knaudt, Kamila 224 Knight, Hasani 173 Knitowski, Kaylan 319 Knott, Kristina 133, 173 Knowles, Kevin 282 Knowles, Robert 139, 190 Kobelin, Ethan 280

412

CLOSING | index

Kobrin, Samantha 205 Koch, Alexa 343 Koenig, Amy 224 Koeppenkastrop-Lueker, Moritz 343 Kogan, Skye 194 Kohan, Ethan 190 Kohl, Julia 319 Kohn, Adam 343 Kohn-Wood, Laura 381 Kokoska, Sophie 194 Komara, Madison 319 Komroff, Rachel 213 Kong, Ellie 303 Kontaxis, Konstantia 380 Kontogiannis, Cristina 188, 236, 288 Kopke, Emily 249 Kopolovic, Zia 286 Koram, Sean 259 Koroghlian, Garrett 190 Korongy, Nicoletta 188, 193 Korotkova, Olga 383 Kosar, Bernard J. 85 Koschik, Caroline 283 Koskinen, John 169 Kossar, Dylan 188, 193 Koster, Maddie 256 Kotik, Sophia 188, 279, 319 Koveck, Alec 280 Kpotogbe, Octavio 289 Kranz, Kristian 224, 326 Kraus, Noah 232, 289 Krause, Jonah 282 Krawczyk, Ashley 290, 319 Krawec, Jennifer 384 Kreis, Kason 292 Krikorian, Markar 190 Krishnamoorthy, Vignesh 236 Krishnan, Varun 282, 319 Krishnaswamy, Shae 241 Kross, Haley 303 Krouse, Carter 180, 279, 319 Kruger, Matt 151 Krulik, Sydney 189, 256 Kuck, Nathan 133, 173 Kudryk, Kelly 272, 319 Kugler, Cole 180 Kuhlmann, Dietrich 189, 199 Kuhn, Jess 194 Kuhnert, Kira 118 Kukreja, Shainaya 36, 286 Kuligowski, Craig 139 Kull, Alex 290 Kumar, Riya 287 Kumi, Eileen 212 Kunamneni, Mahitha 287 Kunzke, Meredith 205 Kuo, Alyce 343 Kuo, Samuel 242 Kuolo, Tiffany 291 Kupin, Alison 343

Kvasnicka, Brett 218 Kwo, Alyce 212 Kyriakidis, Annie 133, 152 Kyriakopoulos, George 319

L

LENNAR MEDICAL CENTER

Labensperger III, Raymond 290 Labkovski, Zachary 278 Labo, Haley 194 Lacayo, Walleska 343 Lacovara, William 190, 319 Laforce, Allison 248 LaFrance, William 199 Lagno, Emma 290 Laguerre, Abigael 275 Lai, James 246, 282 LAKE OSCEOLA 6, 52 Lake, Tami 221, 228 Lake, Tamsen 343 Lakeman, Tyanna 242 LAKESIDE PATIO 31, 46, 61, 186, 206 Lal, Shaurya 276 Lally, Danae 233, 319 Lam, Emma 246 Lam, Kimmy 221, 253 Lam, Maisy 243 Lam, Mia 343 Lam, Robert 343 Lam, Sy 215 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 189, 198, 206 LAMBDA THETA ALPHA 204 LAMBDA THETA PHI 204 Lambert, Amanda 240 Lamcken, Max 213 Lanaro, Alessandra 343 Lancaster, Alysse 385 Land, Nina 343 Landing, Joseph 343 Landman, Jacobo 343 Landman, Natalie 343 Lane, Christina 380 Lane, Kam 174 Lanfrank, Caroline 189 Lang, Steven 96, 243 Lange, Adeline 113, 343 Langenfeld, John 291 Langham, Darrell 138, 139 Langlie, Jake 219 Langlois, Emma 188, 193 Langmo, Christian 133, 162, 163 Lanuza, Yader 385

Laraia, Kayla 319 Larche, Fioriana 249 Lardizabal, Jose Alfredo 226, 344 Large, Emily 279 Largie, Christina 203 Lark, Greg 180 LarraĂąaga, Jim 156, 157 Larson, Jeffrey 252, 344 LaRua, Giselle De 283 Laskin, Davin 344 Last, Megan 288 Lathrop, Lauren 194 Latimer, Sara 188 Latorre, Ryan 190 Laumakis, Mike 286 Laustsen, Emily 319 Lavine, Kylie 233 Lavinio, Victoria 344 Law, Jasmin 37 Lawless, Quinn 287 Lawrence II, Anthony 157 Laws, Shelby 302 Lawton, Olivia 188 Layland, Wally 133, 152 Lazzaro, Jamie 344 Le, John 344 Leacock, Trishelle 173 Leander, Christina 344 Leavitt, Collin 319 Leblanc, Mathieu 280 Lebon, Rachel 385 Lebowitz, Mendel 319 Lechin, Carmen 240, 319 Ledden, Molly 189 Leder, Rachel 344 Lee, Clarice 213, 344 Lee, Debbiesiu 381 Lee, Gabriela 243, 289 Lee, Hyo Won 275 Lee, Maggie 344 Leeche, Jake 381 Leeds, Maddie 189 Lehne, Kelsey 188, 193 Lehrer, Simon 190 Lei, Justin 226 Leinweber, Emily 197 Leitner, Gabriel 189, 200 Leiva, Alexander 190 Lejardi, Dennis 37, 216, 217 Lelis, Naomy 212, 224, 234, 276 Lembo, Nicole 303, 319 Lemes, Kristen 344 Lemon, Heidi 344, 349 Lemoniotis, Valandis 190, 291 Lennan, Nia 229, 234 Lennon, Michael 182, 310, 344, 427 Lennon, Nicholas 190 Leo, Annette 212 Leo, Esther Ponce de 279 Leon, Thomas De 236


Leonard, Kyla 240 Leonardi, Jake 180, 279 Leonardis, Enrique De 190, 278 Leone, Andrew 379 Lepone, Alyssa 189, 195 Lerman, Zachary 139 Lesiuk, Teresa 382 Leslie, Ryan 289 Letsons, David 384 Leveille, Carl 344 Levine, Ashley 189, 196 Levine, Marc 225, 236, 297 Levine, Max 260 Levine, Seth 379 Levison, Jake 151, 344 Levitz, Carley 344 Levkoff, Dylan 189, 196 Levy, Justin 344 Lewandoski, Tara 194 Lewinsky, Shanna 189 Lewis, Jasmin 296 Lewis, Jordan 76, 167 Lewis, Kyris 300 Lewis, Nancy 214 Lewis, Nicky 382, 383 Lewis, Sabina 291 Leyva, Michael 282 L'Hussier, Amanda 343 Li, Anqi 344 Li, Chenmeng 344 Li, Chin 319 Li, Chin Wai 283 Li, Christine 344 Li, Chujun 344 Li, Cong 385 Li, Jiaying 224 Li, Justin 226 Li, Kiko 215 Li, Quin 218 Li, Sara 289 Li, Shanglin 291 Li, Sijia 232 Li, Unico (Zeyu) 188 Li, Wanyu 344 Li, Yixing 344 Li, Yuxin 287 Li, Zhiyuan 300 Liam, Emma 281 Liang, Yifei 279 Liberman, Rachael 193 Libertad, Serena 12, 186, 193 Libin, Jared 281, 320 Licor, Yesenia 344 Liebel, Madisen 226 Liese, EZ 218 Lige, Lake 259 Lightsey, Khari 300 Liguori, Jonathan 190, 201 Lilienstein, Charles 189 Liljenquist, Christian 151

Lim, Chase 345 Lim, Hyunjim 385 Limer, Benjamin 218, 237 Lin, Haiyi 113, 345 Lin, Jan 287, 320 Lin, Rick 360, 367 Lindberg, Alyce 278 Lindemann, Mark 181 Linden, Samantha 188, 278, 320 Lindsay, Gary 382, 385 Lindsay, Julian 292 Lindstrom, Taylor 236 Linse, Alexander 287 Lipkin, David 214 Lippincott, Mary 320 Lipsey, Natalie 249, 257, 278, 320 Lipsky, Lauren 192, 242, 320 Lipsky, Megan 64, 233, 284, 345 Lipsky, Miriam 384 Lipton, Susan Lytle 85 Lischin, Matthew 219, 320 Lisenbee, Marissa 180 Liskiewicz, Paige 299 Litchhult, James 345 Litos, Eliana 189, 196, 228, 240, 427 Liu, Allen 345 Liu, Colleen 326 Liu, Fan 345 Liu, Hong Yu 282 Liu, Hongtan 383 Liu, Qinyi 345 Liu, Ruiwei 289 Liu, Yuxnan 288 Liu, Zijan 218 Livingston, Cedric 260 Liyuari, Jonathan 284 Lizza, Frank 241, 289, 320 Llamas, Rafael 326 Llanes, Noribel 345 Llaveria, Elena Grau 384 Lo, Jonathan 235, 345 Lobitz, Karlie 193 Locchi, Lucrezia 286 Locke, Evan 190 Loftus, Sean 345 Logan, Trip 151 Lohan, Sinead 132, 164, 247 Lohprasert, Vichayaporn 279 Lohroff, Toni 286 Loisel, Christina 248 Lombard, Kyle 124 Lombardo, Annalisa 193 London, Sidney 188 Londono, Valeria 188, 320 Lonetree, Kimberly 375 Longmuir, Steph 197 Lopez, Alberto 296, 297 Lopez, Claudia 326 Lopez, Ismael 220 Lopez, Ivan 241

Lopez, Jackie 237 Lopez, Jaclyn 235, 345 Lopez, Joachim 124, 226, 250, 253, 345 Lopez, Maria 385 Lopez, Nichole 273 Lopez, Norberto 174 Lopez, Sheila 113 Lopez-Bosch, Camila 220 Lopez-Cardet, Amanda 320 Lopez-Lay Esteve, Maria Isabel 345 Lorch, Sydney 256 Lord, Henry 242, 291 Lorenzo, Amanda 219, 225, 282 Loreti, Arionna 194 Lorinc, Erick 260 Lostumbo, Eva 188, 194 Louis, Krishna 286 Louk, Annie 242 Louk, Madison 151 Lovell, Chelsea 77, 230, 231, 248 Lovett, Cathryn 59, 237 Lowden, Skyler 249, 288 LOWE ART MUSEUM 86, 114 Lowenthal, Erika 213, 345 Lu, Jiahui 345 Lubarsky, Maya 192, 213, 297, 345 Lubin, Sherry 173, 247, 300 Lucas, Alexia 188 Lucchese, Veronica 214, 320 Lucci Iv, Joseph 345 Luciani, Dante 385 Luck, Kenton 278 Ludlam, Holtz 345 Lue, Casey 40, 228, 320, 427 Lueker, Moritz 107 Luftey, Karina 240 Lugo, Christian 345 Lugo, Isabella 194, 302, 345 Lugo-Fagundo, Elias 139 Lui, Ho 190 Lujan, Aitor 213 Lujan, Maria 188, 274, 320 Lujรกn, Aitor 257 Luk, Jess 233 Luksich, Trish 180 Lumia, Brielle 320 Lumis., Brandon 139 Lumpe, Kevin 190 Lunking, Emma 236 Lusic, Tiffany 194, 260 Lykes, Chris 132, 155, 157 Lynch, Andrew 384 Lynch, Becca 252 Lynch, Brian 385 Lynch, Christopher 247 Lynch, Julia 224 Lynch, Kelly 303, 320 Lynch, Molly 151 Lynch, Taegan 132, 167, 247

M

MARK LIGHT FIELD

MacGillisray, John 259 Machado, Sarah 243 Machado, Sofia 273 MacIas, Nicole 320 MacIntyre, Ian 260 MacK, Samuel 345 MacKay, Heather 193 MacMoyle, John 232, 241 Macnamara, Bayley 189, 195 Macone, Cameron 215, 241, 320 Madcur, Ana 132, 164 Maddalon, Marissa 287, 320 Madhu, Aarti 320 Madison Uzwy 189 Madrid, Alejandra 284 Madrid, Andre 234 Madrigal, Brianna 253 Madurai, Akhil 287 Maeno, Hitomi 249, 345 Maggio, Dylan 276, 320 Maggioni, Alessandra 286 Magid, Parker 289 Magno, Kyle 241 Magolnick, Luli 188 Magurno, Luciano 345 Mahall, Torrey 188 Mahini, Sara 345 Mahmoud, Anas 375 Mahmoud, Emily 301 MAHONEY RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE 294, 295, 310 Mahoney, Hayden 139 Mahoney, Madeline 345 Maiberg, Leiana 345, 372 Maisel, Kyle 189 Maitland, Katie 193 Majede, Libby 194 Major., Alexandria 273 Majumdar, Sharanya 379 Makhoul, Charles 282 Malare, Jack 287 Malaussen, Tyler 189 Malcolm Ingalsbe 190 Maldonado, David 345 Maldonado, Michelle Gonzalez 384 Maldonado-Puebla, Ricardo 260, 320 Malek, Harrison 190 Malfitano, Jayne Sylvester 85 Mallar, Carolina 236 Maltes, Yessica 71, 227, 345, 351 Mamto Djemmo, Lise Celeste 345

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Mamus, Roman 288 Man, Greg 289 Mancino, Jennifer 345 Mandapat, Nihar 279 Mandell, Jordan 197, 346 Mandez, Melissa 287 Manfrini, Denise 346 Manfrini, Nicole 320 Mangiafico, Matthew 320 Mangiaratti, Ray 241 MANGROVE 229 Manilove, Seth 256, 346 Mann, Robert A. 85 Manning, Irene Mulloy 346 Manning, Makayla 188, 281 Manning, Sasha 224, 260 Manns, Fabrice 379 Manohar, Rhea 227, 253 Manolis, Alex 189 Manship, Ceara 194 Mansukhani, Jenna 320 Mantz, Destiny 71, 193, 215, 346 Manzabella, Krista 188 Manzanilla, Kristabella 320 Manzor, Lillian 384 Mapes, Brian 379 Marano, Mattie 188 MARCH FOR OUR LIVES 64 Marchel, Cameron 190, 291 Marchiori, Daniela 218, 346 Marcos, Francisco 228 Marcus, Weldon 286 Marentes, Dominic 256 Marenus, Michele 346 Marhivez, Nick 259 Marhsall, Brooke 283 Mariconda, Michael 190 Marin, Matthew Michael 346, 392 Marinberg, Dan 232 Marino, Jacqueline 194 Marino, Joe 280 Marion, Melissa 194 Maristany, Jessica 189 MARK RICHT 136, 145 Markatia, Zahra 253 Markes, Kayonne 167 Markey, Faith 284 Markopoulos, Christina 188, 193, 236 Marks, Lily 320 Markwith, Lauren 151 Marmol, Stephanie 119 Maron, Matthew 182 Marotta, Alexia 273 Marquez, Diego 139, 346 Marquez, Jasmine 236 Marquez, Kate 188 Marquina, Christian 214 Marsh, Ava 346 Marshall, Emily 212

414

CLOSING | index

Marshall, Kelsey 132, 159 Martelli-Rabin, Izzy 194 Martin, Drew 109, 242 Martin, Eleanor 346 Martin, Ellie 286 Martin, Justin 200, 232 Martin, Madeleine 192, 213, 320 Martin, Maxwell 212 Martin, Tyreic 139 Martin, Valentina 288, 320 Martinborough, Samara 320 Martinelli, Arianna 346 Martinez, Alex 300 Martinez, Andrea 326 Martinez, Anthony 346 Martinez, Daniela 346 Martinez, Gabriella 326 Martinez, Israel 249 Martinez, Ivan 273 Martinez, Jorge 107 Martinez, Lucas 260 Martinez, Nicolas 242, 320 Martino, Marissa 284 Martorana, Daria 346 Marwede, Hannah 151 Marx, Loren 190 Maryland, Kyra 173 Masangu, Vee 71 Masciarella, Andrew 346 Mascuerli, Steven 226 Mashaal, Benjamin 190 Masiale, Steven 259 Mason, Alec 346 Mason, Kayla 283 Mason, Nasir 300 Mason, Symone 133, 173 Mason, Taylor 159 Massa, Santi 261 Massaro, Ellie 284 Massey, Meagan 320 Massey, William 346 Massiah, Natalie 346 Masso, Kerra 224, 273 Masterson, Cole 182 Mastoloni, Kyle 220, 245 Matas, Kristion 260 Matcha, Niva 287, 320 Matei, Diana 219 Mathis, Andre 275 Mathis, Sierra 14, 287 Mathis, Sydney 248 Matthew Aranow 189 Matthew Dunne 190 Matthew Maron 190 Matthew Sexton 189 Matthews, Sadie 292 Mau, Lucie 320 Mauck, Ian 190, 320 Maune, Blake 346 Maury Jr, Albert 174

Max, Victoria 275 May, Alex 189 May, Cindy 36, 237, 240, 346 Mayhew, Mackenzie 22 Mayweather, Malik 139 Mazzei, Nicolle 193, 346 Mazzotta, Juliana 188 McAndrew, Sheila 283 McBride, Kelly 346 McCabe, Charlotte 189, 218 McCabe, Kyra 195 McCain, Emily 288 McCallister, Jacob 310, 346 McCammon, Cecilia 257, 287, 320 McCarthy, Kat 188 McCarthy, Patrick 382 McCartney, Tyler 278, 320 McCaskill, Savannah 233 McClain, Mia 320 McClendon, Michelle 347 McCloskey, Vanessa 347 McCormick, Rachel 241, 347 McCray, Terry 139 McCroskey, Blake 218 McCullough, Douglas 382 McDade, Jack 242 McDaniel, Robert 174 McDermott, KC 132, 139, 140 McDougal, Mackenzie 181, 192, 219, 236, 320 McDuffie, Alianna 320 McDuffie, Sean 290, 320 McElma, Duncar 280 McFarlane, Zuri 241, 310, 347 McGee, Laura 320 McGeehan, Dana 234 McGinn, Thaddeus 291 McGowan, Kelsey 188 McGrath, Kinnon 188, 237, 256 McGrath, Liam 201, 347 McGrath, Melanie 292 McGrath, Noah 201 McGreen, Austin 278 McGriff, Katie 181, 192 McGuiness, Kayla 226 McGuinn, Bradford 383 McHenry, Connor 278 McHugh, Molly 320 McIntosh, RJ 132, 139 McIntyre, D’Andre 212 McKee, Erik 236, 347 McKeeby, Maeve 188, 241, 260 McKendry, Evan 132, 174 McLaughlin, Connor 291 McLaughlin, Emily 189, 195 McLaughlon, Stephanie 297 McLean, Dylan 320 McLean, Taylor 212, 328, 347 McLoskey, Landsing 382 McLoughlin, Kelly 242, 283

McMahon, Chris 174 McManus, Andrew 289 McMinn, Tiara 133, 172, 173 McNeill, Don 381 McNeill, Williams 278 McNulty, Caitlin 188, 289 Mea, Gabrielle 242, 281 Meagher, Shane 260 Medeiros, Olivia 188, 236 Medeiros, Rachel 193, 347 MEDIA MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION 232 Mediavilla, Michael 174, 177 Mediavilla, Nick 278 Medina, Samantha 253 Medina, Tamia 39, 233 Medina Khafash, Anmeny 320 Meehan, Joshua 289, 320 Meeks, Amanda 214, 347 Meerbott, Kyle 347 Meggs, Kalema 376 Meguira, Sharon 392 Meguro, Julia 291 Mehra, Ahetali 284 Mehva, Nitaya 280 Meier, Katie 158, 159 Meiser, Ella 284 Meiyeppan, Karthik 234 Mejia, Daniel Alfredo 376 Mejia, David 347, 390 Mejia, Diana 240, 347 Mejia, Mateo Cardona 236 Mekonnen, Eden 233, 341 Melero, Peter 260 Meltzer, Amy 246, 302 Meltzoff, Sarah K. 384 MEN'S BASKETBALL 154, 156 MEN'S CLUB SOCCER 232 MEN'S CLUB VOLLEYBALL 232 MEN'S TENNIS 162 Mena, Maite 381 Mena, Maria 180 Mendes, Gabriel 220 Mendilut, Katherine 283 Mendonça, Gabriel 220 Menendez, Annabelle 274 Meng, Xiangjie 347 Mengistie, Noel 347 Menkes, Evelyn 279 Menninger, Katelyn 243 MEN’S BASKETBALL 132 MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY 133 MEN’S DIVING 133 MEN’S TENNIS 133 MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD 132 Merchant, Nausheen 284 Mercurius, Antonio 303 Meregalli, Sebastiano 291 Mereles, Talia 218, 320 Merganthaler, Lauren 194


Merkett, Josie 236 Merlin, Sean 290 Mesa, Rachel 3, 227 Messenger, Allison 188, 242 Messmore, Lily 347 #METOO 42, 64 Meyer, Payne 280 Meyers, Brooke 283 Meyerson, Blake 248 Meza, Larissa 274 Mezhibovsky, Joshua 190 Mezzi, Andrew 278 MIAMI INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ASSOCIATION 229 MIAMI BUSINESS SCHOOL 100, 186 MIAMI INTERFAITH COUNCIL 233, 262 MIAMI MOTION 233 Miano, Michael 303 Miara, Marissa 320 Michael, Justice 291 Michell, Alexander 347 Michiels, Emma 180 Migliozzi, Grace 193, 297 Mikalacki, Mila 28, 192, 320 Milani, Ross 347 Milbauer, Alec 189 Milenkovic, Victor 381 Miles, Heather 224 Milgram, Lauren 240 Mill, Morgan 194 Mill, Ryan 182, 190 Miller, Adam 281 Miller, Amanda 347 Miller, Blake 190 Miller, Chase 347 Miller, Christasia 299 Miller, Christopher 347 Miller, Evan 256, 259 Miller, Jheanelle 7, 62, 229, 249 Miller, Justin 214, 303 Miller Jr., Rodney 157 MILLER SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 86, 116 Miller, Skylak 290 Miller, Stuart A. 85 Miller, Thomas 326 Miller, Tuvya 320 Millet, Barbara 380 Milley, Courtney 347 Milligan, Devin 321 Mills, Alexandra 220, 279 Mills, Sheldon 288 Mills, Sinclaire 347 Milo, Bar 139 Min, Eddie 282 Minh, Qxotic 233 Minh, Van 233

MINORITY ASSOCIATION OF PREHEALTH STUDENTS 233 Mintz, Gregory 102 Minutti-Meza, Miguel 242, 379 Miranda, Monica 188, 212, 302 Miranda, Sarah 194, 231, 248, 321 Mirante, Samantha 214, 233, 303 Mirsky, Jack 189 Mirza, Ali 246, 282 Mirza, Jackie 236 Misewicz, Ryan 287 Mishra, Shreeya 188 Mishra, Shruti 227 Miskimmon, Michael 190 MISS UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI 77 Missan, Haley 188, 236, 289 Mitchell, Alex 44 Mitchell, Curtis 34, 237 Mitchell, Timothy 235 Miyanji, Esmail 347 Mizel, Grant 347 Mizraji, Harrison 190 Mo, Kelvin 190 Moas, Luis 227, 282 Mobin, Lena 80, 192 Mochizuki, Ryo 219, 249 MODEL UNITED NATIONS 234 Modera, Peter 180 Mody, Hailey 227, 253 Mohammad, Sofia 234, 287, 321 Mohammed, Farrah 236 Mohammed, Zareef 380 Mohar, Varun 233 Mohinani, Shaila 283 Moissl, Tanja 189, 195 Mokhtari, Neda 241 Molina, Laura 236 Molina, Rafael 240 Molina, Sabrina 274 Molter, Sebastian 189 Mompoint, Elizabeth 292 Mompoint, Jasmine 282 Mompremier, Beatrice 159 Monaco, Kyle 190 Monar, Rhea 226 Moninani, Shaila 283 Monique Fiscella 189 Monroe, Mary-Frances 150 Montadas, Antonio 290 Montanelli, Michael 347 Montarroyos, Eitelberg 347 Montavano, Kate 194 Monte, Samantha 188 Montealegre, Oscar 347 Montefering, Chester 347 Montejo, Lukas 347 Montero, Melissa 194 Montero, Ramon 379 Montes De Oca Guerra, Victor Jose 376

Montgomery, Benjamin 243 Monti, Dylan 290, 321 Montlick, Nikki 189 Montoto, Rebekah 347 Montoya, Amanda 348 Montoya, Christopher 190, 278, 321 Moody, Geoffrey 321 Moon, Justin 198 Moon, Ryan 190, 321 Moon, Soyoung 236 Moore, Christopher 173 Moore, Jackson 289 Moore, Jane 167 Moore, Kayla 188 Moore, Lily 291 Moosa, Moeed 227 Moosa, Mohammed 321 Moquete, Yanill 218 Moradi, Cyrus 242, 252 Morales, Emily 188 Morales, Jessica 113, 348 Morales, Laura 348 Morales, Mavel 321 Morales, Natalia 197, 348 Moran, Daniel 282 Moran, Liam 189 Moranski, Heidi 213, 283 Moratoya, Angel 248 More, Jane 132 More, Jordan 220 Morell, Chase 221 Morell, Scott 221 Morelli, Dayna 194 Moreno, Alex 279 Moreno, Camila 229, 273, 321 Morgan, Collen 219 Morgan, Vienna 189, 195 Morhaim, Daniel 348 Moriarty, Patrick 189, 294, 321 Morillo, Dayana 376 Morrison, Robert 190 Morrison, William L. 85 Morse, Matthew 321 Mortensen, Sarah 159 Morton, Jack 280 Morton, Kim 348 Mosberg, Stephanie 188, 282, 321 Mosgowsky, Emily 196 Moshe, Donna 321 Mosquera-Castro, Camila 284 Mostoufi, Baabak 180 Mota, Jose 246 Motamedia, Leila 194 Moten, Anthony 139 Mottraw, Drew 280 Mount, Harrison 190 Mountcastle, Kemble 186 MOVE IN DAY 14 Moxon, Alyssa 188 Moy, Sharon 279, 321

Moyal, Anais 278 Moyers, Kelvine 224, 286 Mozza, Jose 249 Mozzotto, Juliana 284 Mudalegundi, Shwetha 235 Muhammad, Jamilah 252 Muir, Emily 221 Mulcahy, Maia 321 Muldowney, Alanna 225 Mulica, Charlotte 321 Mulkey, Chelsea 247 Mulligan, Kiley 214 Mullings, Breon 173 Mulroy, Kyle 201 MULTICULTURAL GREEK COUNCIL 190, 204 Mulvihill, Tan 289 Muniz, Natalie 348 Munoz, Jacob 139 Munoz, Valentina 193 Munoz Serna, Mariana 348 Munro, Cindy 112 Munshi, Emad 287 Murciano, Raul 382 Murdock, Zhan 278 Muria, Albany 321 Murillo, Brian 212 Murnak, Raine 382 Murnen, Brendan 240 Murphy, Colin 343, 348, 391 Murphy, James 139 Murphy, John 385 Murphy, Mairin 252 Murphy, Mary Beth 193 Murphy, Matthew 237, 259 Murphy, Melissa 193 Murphy, Tyler 139 Murray, Connor 249, 292 Murray, Shannon 321 Murugadass, Roshini 288 Musick, Alexis 219, 361, 366 Musinsky, Alec 232, 242, 280 Muslin, Amy 189, 195 Muvia, Albany 292 MuĂąoz, Narciso 228 Myers, Julia Chen 348

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N

SCHOOL OF NURSING

Naddy, Mae 282 Nadi, Khalid 282 Naessan-Do, Alexandra 291 Nagururu, Nimesh 221 Nahas, Gabriel 226 Nahas, Michael 190 Nahous, Gabriela 39, 321 Naidu, Srikant 278 Naik, Kunal 236 Nakash, Gabe 256 Nakash, Stephanie 272, 321 Nallakumar, Devi 283 Nana, Akina 226, 240 Nanda, Dhananjay 379 Nannery, Erika 348 Nanni, Antonio 381 Naranjo, Jeronimo 348 Narasimhan, Ram 383 Narasimhan, Swati 243, 296 Nardo, Jake 181, 200 Naron, Jack 348 Narvaez, Francisco 254 Nash, Carter 73 Nass, Anwar 221, 348 Nassar, Layla 348 Nassean-Do, Alexandra 188 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK ACCOUNTANTS 234 NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF WOMEN 234 NATIONAL PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 190, 202, 205, 206 Nattoo, Crystal 236, 321 Nava, Adriana 348 Navarro, Johnny 189, 321 Navarro, Maria 348 Navid, Sarah 189, 195, 281 Nazawa, Kaito 300 Neal, Lucas 232 Neal, Stephanie 241 Needham, Sebastian 246, 286, 321 Negueruela, Eduardo 384 Neill, Jere 348 Neill, John 236 Nelan, Rosie 193 Nelissen, Jasper 212 Nelkin, Sarah 321 Nelles, Adam 189, 292 Nelsen, Kendall 282 Nelson, Annie 36 Nelson, Colin 151

416

CLOSING | index

Nemi, Daniel 199 Nena, Akina 80 Nepomechie, Daniel 234 Nepomechie, Rafael 383 Nepple, Haley 188, 192, 226, 228, 246, 321, 426 Neseralla, Bryce 290 Nesheiwat, Michael 236 Nespral, Brianna 275 Nettles, Ashley 348 Netto-Rosen, Joshua 348 Neuman, Olivia 194 Newhard, Enzo 241 NEWMAN ALUMNI CENTER 378 Newman, Ian 289 Newman, Judi Prokop 85 Newran, Zach 284 Newton, a'Quan 157 Newton, Bianca 348 Newton, Ja'quan 157 Newton, Nicole 192, 294 Neysmith, Derricka 288, 321 Ng-Reyes, Michelle 236 Nguyen, Ka 321 Nguyen, Megan 191 Nguyen, Tram 321 Nguyen, Vivian 7, 214 Ngyuen, Ka Lam 243 Niazia, Qismat 233 Nicastri, Stefany 196 Nicastri, Stefani 196, 197, 213 Nichels, Joel 382 Nicholas, Eric 190 Nicholas, Frank 348 Nicholas, Perry 124 Nicholson, Caroline 188 Nicholson, Morgan 236 Nick, Jacob 276 Nickolas, Michael 198 Nicolas, Corinne 189, 195, 278, 321 Nicolas, Maria Guerda 381 Nieves, Angel 348 Nikas, Panagiotis 190 Niosi, Carolyn 186, 192, 321 Nissen, Sara 188 Niworowski, Joanne 41, 348, 372 Nixon, Brianna 188, 218 Nizich, John 190 Njoku, Evidence 139 Noa, Kristen 348 Nobile, Stephen 201 Noceda, Stephanie 321 Noguera, Bianca 188, 212 Noguera, Edward 348 Noh, Debbie 192, 321 Nolan, David 379 Nonord, Wephnirva 348 Nord, Gabriel 190 Nordmeyer, Brett 190, 291 Nordquist, Victoria 292

Noroozi, Nadia 189 Norris, Patrick 190 Norry, Jacob 214, 241 Norton, Jamie 189 Norton, Kendrick 132, 139 Noska, Frank 257 Noueihed, Carol 302 Novak, Christopher 348 Novo, Alexandra 167 Nowotny, Kathryn 385 Noyen, Natalia 189, 195 Noil, Jessica 348 NU RHO PSI 235 Nuccio, Isabella 427 Nun, Derek 284 Nuñez, Adrian 227, 262, 307, 361, 363 Nunez, Federico 259 Nunez, Teresa 220 Nunnery, Julia 189 Nwosu, Chidera 229 Nyborg, Alex 188 Nyugen, Megan 194 Nzeyimana, Sacha 289

O

LAKE OSCEOLA

O'Brien, Bailey 300 O'Connor, Shannar 249, 303 O'Donnell, Bryan 190 O'Hara, Eric 348 O'Leary, Megan 189 O'Malley, Timothy 289, 321 O'Neil, William 253 O'Neill, Alex 278 O'Neill, Cassidy 279 O'Reilly, Madison 167 Obas, Jay 256 Oberndofer, Nicholas 226, 237 Oberoi, Ashmeet 233, 381 Ocelo, Stephanie 326 O-CHEER 51, 206 Ochoa, Juan 249, 292, 302 Ocon, Emily 188 Oertli, Genevieve 44 Oetinger, Allie 188 Ofek, Matan 286 Ogihara, Mitsunori 381 Ogiste, Chazz Guerra 303 Ohireira, Rafael 289 Ohling, Darian 180 Ohnsman, Rachel 349 Ohri, Jashan 284

Ojanen, Jesse 302, 349 Ojukwu, Emmanuela 376 Okay, Arda Efe 326 Okoli, Harry 259 Okolo, Obianeze 212, 227, 236, 321 Okun, Brandon 349 Olah, John 382 Oliveira, Luciana de 384 Oliver, Morgan 76, 203 Olivier, Jean-Hubert 86 Olszewski, Claudia 349 Olujohungbe, Olumayowa 212 OMEGA PSI PHI 190, 202, 205, 209 Onaindia, Margaux 218, 286 Onorato, Kristen 122, 248 Onorato, Pamela 122, 248 Onyiuke, Uche 189, 195, 321 Oourhan, Natalie 214 Oprian, Dalya 279 OPTOM-EYES PRE-OPTOMETRY CLUB 235 ORANGE BOWL 145 ORANGE UMBRELLA CONSULTANCY 103 Orazou, Timur 286 Orbe, Maria 236, 349 Orkuma, Martin 349 Orlando, Daniela 257 Orr, Derek 189 Ortega, Jenni 256 ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 233 Ortiz, Cayetano 220 Ortiz, Karen 292 Ortiz, Mauricio 100 Ortiz-Monasterio, Sarah 229, 297, 321 Osaghae, Aiseosa 281, 300, 349 Osborne, Taylor 288 Osinski, Bianca 213, 290, 322 Osirus, Inngide 202, 205, 215, 349 Osorio, Daniela 34 Ostermann, Olivia 192, 220, 236, 322 Ostrovskiy, Katherine 188 Ostrow, Ozette 302 Osunde, Edugie 221, 322 Otis, Gabriele 322 Otter, Anne den 173, 247 Ouendeno, Dalanda 151 Outram, Ishan 322 Overton, Kimberly 279, 322 Owens, Darrion 139 Oxenbridge, Maximillian 349 Ozburn, Alexander 180 Ozturk, Denise 257, 360, 364 O’Brien, Sean 291 O’Lon, Brett 291


P

PEARSON

Paccone, Julia 212, 349 Pacheco, Kelsy 273, 322 Padda, Ari 180 Padgett, Megan 188, 289 Padron, Claire 188 Padron, Cristina Sofia 188, 192 Padron, Rafael 382 Paeton, Ashley 188, 289 Pagan, Dianne 322 Paglia, Joscelyn 188, 288 Pagliarulo, Anna 281 Pagnozzi, Daniela 322 Pahija, Simran 289 Paige, Tyler 174 Paik, William 189 Pakravan, Nora 196, 322 Palacio, Andrea 287 Palacios, Andrew 190 Palazzolo Russo, Virginia 273, 322 Palenzuela, Carla 322 Palkimas, Matthew 296, 297 Palladinetti, Emily 189 Pallante, Antonella 349 Pallo, Olivia 349 Palma, CJ 237 Palma, Daniel 41, 55, 228, 322, 430 Palmisano, Marc 281 Palomo, Leah 259 Pals, Daniel 384 Pampana, Lucia 149 Pan, Ilaria 349 Panarese, Gina 237 Pandolfo, Dominick 190, 218 PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION 187, 191, 202, 205 Panneton, Abigail 236 Papadopulos, Caterina 248 Paparozzi, Jeremy 198 Pape, Marie Jacqueline 243, 349 Pappalardo, Alison 322 Pappas, Christian 349 Paraggio, Christina 282, 322 Paranjpe, Uma 45 Pardo, Gabe 180 Pardo, Katrina 322 Pardo, Tati 151, 189 Parente, Madeline 167 Paris, Ashley 322 Paris, Matthew 45, 73, 349 Parke, Ayana 218 Parkinson, Gillian 188, 322

PARKLAND SHOOTING 66 Parks, Arva Moore 85 Parlapalli, Akhil 200, 349 Parodi, Felipe 219, 225 Parpadolo, Aly 196 Parra Ayala, Alvaro 257, 349 Parravicini, Kayleigh 218 Parrelly, Cameron 237 Parrott, Michael 139 Partridge, Paulina 326 Partridge, Sebastian 326 Pascual, Christian 242 Pasternak, Katarzyna 167, 322 Pastore, Hannah 260, 322 Pastore, Sabrina 194 Pataro, Marina 189 Patchan, Scott 139 Patel, Aloki 253, 286 Patel, Annika 253 Patel, Dhara 253 Patel, Disha 286 Patel, Guarang 199 Patel, Mausam 80 Patel, Natasha 253 Patel, Neemi 234 Patel, Neil 281 Patel, Ohara 284 Patel, Pooja 253 Patel, Prachi 63 Patel, Pujan 200 Patel, Rakhi Mira 188, 290, 322 Patel, Roshni 283 Patel, Sahil 221, 243 Patel, Shareen 236 Patel, Shivam 212, 322 Patel, Shree 90, 188, 205, 221, 322 Patel, Shreya 188 Patel, Sonali 219 Patel, Yesha 180 Paterova, Dominika 164 Pathirana, Maheshi 61, 221 PATIO JAMS 124, 235 Patke, Jonthan 139 Patterson, Amura 173, 300 Patwardhan, Atharv 234 Paue, Hannah 283 Paul, Alexis 243 Paul, Hannah 229, 322 Paul, Nicola 221 Pavon, Kevin 181 Payne, Konnor 242 Paz, Rafael 349, 373 Peacock, Christian 181, 276 Pearce, Casey 349 Pearce, M. Lee 85 Pearl, Matthew 322 PEARSON RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE 298, 310 Pearson, Genevieve 279, 322 Pearson, Sondra 248, 349

Pease, Caroline 188 Peaslee, Lauren 349 Pecherek, Kamila 296, 297 Peck, Brandon 181 Peebles, Laurie 213 Peery, Kobe 189, 286 Pei, Xon-hai 215 Pelisek, Nicholas 225 Pellecchia, Nicholas 190, 281 Pellicone, Nicki 188 Pendleton, Miles 91 Pendola, Manuel 181, 219 Penso, Johnathon 288 Pepperman, Perri 189, 240, 256 Perea, Meliza 376 Pereira, Carolina 228 Pereira, Daniela 221 Pereira, Darien 259 Pereira, Leo 260 Pererra, Leonardo 274 Perez, Alexandra 189, 195 Perez, Amanda 219 Perez, Claudia 238 Perez, Gery 380 Perez, Jason 219, 292 Perez, Jorge M. 85 Perez, Karen 349 Perez, Mario 379 Perez, Michael 173, 174 Perez, Nicole 279 Perez, Roseli 218 Perez, Stephanie 40, 274, 322 Perez, Tomas 199 Perez Rios Bravo, Isabel 322 Perez-Lima, Lissette 381 Perez-Somarriba, Estela 132, 164 Perle, Ryan 190 Perlen, Chloe 349 Perlman, Will 189 Perlmutter, Carly 322 Perna, Isabel 350 Perrotte, Glorianna 167 Perry, N'Kosi 139 Perry, Charles 135, 139 Pert, Austin 322 Pesaresi, Isabella 167 Pestle, William 115 Pete, Sophia 283 Petersen, Nick 385 Peterson, Larry 381, 384 Peterson, Dynesha 288 Petit, Remi 193, 247, 252 Petithomme, Neydja 159, 350 Petkovski, Kane 190 Petrille, Paige 235 Petrillo, Patrick 350 Petroni, Sam 294 Peña-Aleman, Ariannie 167 Pfeffer, Benjamin 218 Pfeiffer, Thomas E. 85

Phan, Bennett 288, 322 Phekoo, Carol-Anne 381 PHI ALPHA DELTA PRE-LAW FRATERNITY 237 PHI DELTA EPSILON MEDICAL FRATERNITY 236 PHI DELTA THETA 190, 198, 201, 205, 206, 209 PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA 237 PHI SIGMA PI 237 Philleo, Samuel 287 Phillips, MacKenzie 322 Phipps, Lexie 188 PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 236 Phung, Vivian 233 PI KAPPA PHI 182, 190, 198, 205, 206, 209 Piacquadio Ronchetti, Miguel 350 Piasare, Tracey 219 Pickett, Bryce 229 Pickhardt, Kailey 188 Pidgeon, Samuel 189, 248 Piechoski, Michael J. 85 Piedad, Luis 326 Pierce, Liam 190 Pierce, Marco 189, 286 Pietropaolo, Daria 283, 322 Pilar, Nobleza 382 Pinckney, Michael 132, 134, 139 Pincus, Sydney 188, 322 Pinder, Danielle 376 Pine, Clayton 190 Pineda, Alejandra 226 Pink, Ronen 250, 253, 279 Pinker, Carson 188, 224, 241, 256, 286 Pinnata, Alexandra 195 Pinnata, Lexi 189, 289 Pinto, Lizbeth 350 Pinto, Nathalie Janata 221 Pistolesi, Daniel 190 Piszczor, Justyna 189, 195 Pita, Chantel 350 Pitcairn, Emma 280, 322 Pittman, Josephine 213 Pitts, Reese 286 Pizziol, Michael 350 Pizziol, Sabrina 195 Planas, Melanie 322 PLANNED PARENTHOOD GENERATION ACTION 236 PLANT BASED 'CANES 240 Plant, Robert 380 Playa, David 212 Pliafian, Sam 382 Plogstedt, Kate 188, 213, 279 Plumb, Alex 214 Pluta, Natalia 192 Plutzer, Colbey 194 Pochi, Bhargavi 279, 322

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Podhurst, Aaron S. 85 Podolsky, Abby 188 Pokrifka, Ella 323 Polendey, Brian 139 Poles, Jillian 192 Politano, Sere 296, 297, 323 Politano, Seré 192, 249 Politis, George 190 Polkrifka, Ella 240 Pollack, Maxx Evans 212 Poloskey, Carly 213 Pomper, Ally 189 Ponce De Leon, Lorenzo 376 Ponce De Leon, Esther 350 Pope, Jack 139 Pope, Lois 85 Pope, Ryan 190, 291 Popovska, Tamara 213, 219, 242 Popowycz, Tallia 192, 323 Porrino, Erika 350 Portillo Lopez, Sofia 323 Post, Mukiya 218 Post, Shawn 384 Potter, Annelise 350 Potter, Sarah 350 Poulsen, Paige 233, 242 Povowycz, Talia 192 Powell, Emily 194 Powell, H.R. 173, 174 Pozzuoli, Elizabeth 224, 227 Prasad, Abhishek 379 Prasad, Kyler 180, 323 Prather, Khaila 159, 247 Prats, Amanda 289 PRE-PHARMACY CLUB 240 PRESIDENT JULIO FRENK 19, 25, 85 Pressman, Sophia 33, 192, 350 Prestegord, Sean 287 Preston, Anthony 49, 229 Preston, Lindsay 150 Previero, Angelica 350 Priepke, Steven 198, 254, 427 Prieto, Stephanie 189 Prilleltensky, Isaac 104 Pringle, Megan 350 Pritchard, James 190 Prithwie, Sade 284 Prochner, Jack 190, 281 Proctor, Tyler 350 Prostko, Rachel 192, 237, 241, 350 Provder, Daniel 326 Pryor, Grace 117 Przypek, Kyle 190 PSI CHI 240 Ptachik, Sara 247 Puente, Joshua 219, 233, 323 Puentes, Laura 225, 274 Pugh, William 276 Pullen, Peyton 253, 310, 350

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Punales, Edward 260 Punales, Nicholas 260 Purcell, Hallie 188, 193 Puri, Simar 227 Purins, Sarah 219 Purvis, Leslie 273 Pylypczak, Lucas 151

Q

QUIET ZONE IN RICHTER LIBRARY

Qi, Ruiyao 350 Qiu, Kexin 350 Qiu, Oscar 310 Quarterman, Shaquille 132, 136, 139 Quesada, Pablo 274 Quezada, Richard 273 Quigley, Mikayla 189, 195, 242, 279 Quinn, Martin 111 Quinn, Travis 248 Quinones, Aleynna 289 Quinonez, Elena 288, 323 Quintairos, Katerina 276 Quintana, Olga 379 Quintana, Pedro 181 Quiñones, Gabriella 246, 290 Quiñones, Isaac 174, 177 Qureshi, Michael 236, 243, 275

R

RATSKELLAR

Rabi, Noureddine 189 Rabinovich, Emily 236 Race, Emily 188, 291 RACQUETBALL CLUB 241 Radford, Christina 215 Radhakrishan, Ramya 80 Ragen, Rachael 192 Ragno, Michael 190 Ragonesi, Gian 132, 173 Ragusa, Kristen 188, 193 Ragvlopati, Nikhil 276 Rahman, Purbasha 279, 323 Rahman, Samir 293 Rahul, Rachna 243 Raine, Thomas 181

Rains, Masai 350, 373 Raitses, Eitan 289 Raja, Neha 80, 219, 227, 229 Rajulapati, Nikhil 243 Rakow, Jane 188, 292 Raley, Bryceton 190, 323 Ram, Madison 291 Ramambran, Asha 253 Ramambran, Sitara 253 Raman, Sujatha 303 Ramasamy, Sneha 225 Rambarra, Sitara 22, 288 Ramirez, Claudia 219, 236 Ramirez, Juan Felipe 100 Ramirez, Monica 233, 240, 350 Ramirez-Canas, Alize 36, 350, 360, 367, 426, 427 Ramjeet, Isabella 193 Ramnath, Sundaresh 379 Ramos-Delgado, Daniela 350 Ramoundos, Chrisovalantis 282 Ramrattan, Kellan 323 Ramrattan, Kevin 214, 237, 350 Ramsamy, Adrien 248 Ramus, Joseph 221 Rana, Rohan 214 Rancap, Brandon 190 Rao, Marisa 188, 279, 323 Rao, Singiresu 383 Rapp, Grace 151 Rapp, Kira 188, 192, 286 Rappa, Tommy 182 Rashid, Zakiya 133, 173 Rasmussen, Sofie 188 Rasrausras, Jonathan 279 Ratay, Josh 215, 350 Ratcliff, Cody 226, 229, 249, 252, 259, 286, 287, 290, 350, 427 Rattner, Jordan 111 Raty, Stuart 259 Rau, Dr. Nicholas 398 Rau, Giselle de la 225 Rauh, James 289, 323 Rauser, Thomas 350 Ravichandran, Anjali 188 Ravipati, Sri 188 Raymundo, John Angelo 350 Rayos, Maddy 196 Raza, Mo 237 Razuman, Samreen 226 Re, Estefania 350 Reannon, Robynne 382 Reardon, Coleman 3, 22, 80, 227, 247, 280, 350, 361, 364 Rebholz, Ryan 189, 200, 286 Reda, Joseph 122 Reddy, Rhea 253 Reddy, Rohit 351 Reddy, Varun 227, 278 Redmond, John 382

Redwine, Sheldrick 139 Reedy, Adam 291 Rees, Jay 382 Reese, Sophia 294 Regan, Erin 303 Regan, Rachael 192 Reguera, Alberto de la 382 Rehmann, Michael 189, 323 Reid, Andres 13, 124, 250, 253, 351 Reid, Caroline 240, 351 Reid, Kate 385 Reisch, Christian 289 Rembold, Matthew 221, 282, 323 Remmert, Rick 398 Remos, Alexandra 252 Rempel, Emerald 351 Rempel, Emme 193 Remsen, Catie 188 Ren, Xiaolas 218 Ren, Yuhao 291 Reneau, Travis 302 Rengifo, Alejandro 398 Renmem, Michael 289 Rennalls, Karl 139 Renny, Katy 284 Revah, Stephanie 189 Reyes, Carolina 376 Reyes, Danny 174 Reyes, Deven 273, 323 Reyes, Genesis 219, 225 Reyes, Juliana 283 Reyes, Rodolfo 213 Reynardus, Kristine 63, 219, 225 Reynolds, Blake 288 Reynolds, Delaney 275 Reynolds, Fredric G. 85 Reynolds, Micayla 188, 213 Reznik, Sasha 290, 323 Rho Rho Rho 241 Rhode-Barbarigos, Landolf 381, 382, 384 Ribeiro, Kyle 190 Ricca, Joe 292 Rice, Cassidy 242, 281 Rice, Nicholas 282 Richards, Ahmmon 137, 139 Richards, Juliana 248 Richardson, Alexander 323 Richmond, Jillian 192 Richt, Jon 139 Richt, Mark 139 Richter Library 47, 309, 377 Richter, Pamela 164 Rico, Austin 351 Rides, Mitch 252 Riggs,Brendan 189 Rigole, Tiffany 193, 351 Riley, Kyle 291 Riley, Marcus 351 Riley, Tim 180, 181, 200


Riley, Willie 291 Rine, Justine Matwrin 275 Ringrose, Ben 241, 246 Rios, Anthony 286 Rios, Brianna 273, 323 Rios, Demaree 214, 234 Rios, Octavio 260 Rios Guevara, Linda 323 Ripley, Rebecca 159, 299 Risdon, Emily 310, 351 Rittenberg, Megan 242, 323 Ritter, Lindsey 188, 288, 323 Rivas, Hellen 376 Rivas, Vanessa 273, 274 Rive, Veronica 197 Rivera, Carlos 382 Rivera, Priscilla 233 Rivera, Gabe 174 Rivero, Daniel 174 Rivero, Rossio 288 Rizzo, Nikole 240, 351 Rizzo, Patti 169 Roach, Brendan 190 Robaina, Jason 351 Roberti, Adam 182, 226, 242 Roberti, Tiffani 323 Roberts, Aniediabasi 276 Roberts, Cameron 323 Roberts, John 190, 201, 290 Roberts, Mackenzie 189, 195, 286 Roberts, Mitchel 190, 292 Roberts, Samantha 243, 323 Roberts, Sammy 188 Robertson, Roddy 180 Robin-Caplan, Molly 188 Robinson, Elliott 260 Robinson, Katie 167, 303 Robinson, Sheronee 376 Robinson, Mike 157 Robustelli, Stacy 192, 351 Rocca, Daniela 323 Rochery, Josephine 225 Rock, Ashley 188 Rocker, Ruth 212 Rodon, Lincoln 260, 323 Rodriguez, Alec 351 Rodriguez, Alejandro 220 Rodriguez, Alexzander 189 Rodriguez, Alonso 351 Rodriguez, Amanda 225, 323 Rodriguez, Ana 297 Rodriguez, Angelica 323 Rodriguez, Ani 188 Rodriguez, Brian 39, 275 Rodriguez, Carla 236 Rodriguez, Christian 214, 351 Rodriguez, Christina 192, 218, 228, 323, 426, Rodriguez, Daniel 292 Rodriguez, Elizabeth 234

Rodriguez, Eudanis 323 Rodriguez, Ezekiel 223, 253, 351 Rodriguez, Gabriella 188, 323 Rodriguez, Jacqueline 236, 351 Rodriguez, Joel 139 Rodriguez, Juan 379 Rodriguez, Keenan 180, 232 Rodriguez, Leonardo 228 Rodriguez, Luis Armani 289 Rodriguez, Natasha 351 Rodriguez, Olivia 351 Rodriguez, Stefanie 351 Rodriguez, Stephanie 376 Rodriguez, Thomas 351 Rodriguez, Ulises 236 Rodriguez, Zevensuy 380 Rodriguez Granda, Agustin 7, 219, 323 Rodriguez-Mena, Ryan 351 Rodriguez-Rojas, Camila 204 Rodriquez, Amanda da 274 Rodriquez, Jacqueline 219 Rodríguez, Alex E. 85 Rodríguez, Anairen 296 Roerigh, Ashley 194 Roesch, Matt 200 Rofe, Evan 189, 292, 323 Rogari, Tessa 167 Rogers, Quinn 190 Rogers, Zaakiyah 260 Rohl, Carlos 247 Rojas, Alejandro 351 Rojas, Camila 215, 262 Roldan, Daniella 164 Rolle, Lakia 294 Romain, Catiana 323 Roman, Alessandria San 247 Roman, Lorena 39, 219, 236 Romano, Carleigh 351 Romen, Lorena 225 Romero, Danielle 212 Romero, Maria 323 Ron, Tal 351 Ronco, Alexander 189, 290 Rong, Xinxin 323 Roper, Karif 302 Rortvedt, Nina 352 Rosa, Alexis de la 330, 373 Rosa, Beatriz da 240 Rosario, Melany 229 Rose, Ariella St. 102 Rose, Julia 189 Rose, Lovell 237 Roselli, Sam 291 Rosenberg, Burton 381, 384 Rosenberg, Jessica 382 Rosenberg, Will 190 Rosenbloom, Gabby 224 Rosenfeld, Max 237, 352

ROSENSTIEL SCHOOL OF MARINE AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE 108 Rosenthal, Julie 352 Rosenthal, Shana 292 Rosenthal, Zachary 323 Rosenzweig, Mark 189, 199 Rosewater, Jake 63 Rosier, Malik 136, 137, 138, 140, 142, 144 Rosner, Stephanie 247 Ross, Julia 188 Rosselli, Sam 190 Rost, Brooke 352 Rothchild, Grayson 352 Rothfeld, Alyssa 352, 373 Rothman, Rabbi Lyle 233, 256 Rothman, William 380 Rotkovitz, Nicole 167 Rovner, Hope 191, 323 ROWING 132, 166 Roxas, Kendrick 256 Rubanich, Jess 189 Rubin, Ross 190 Rubin, Sydnei 189, 283 Rubinek, Alex 291 Rubino, Hannah 352 Rubio, Catalina 352 Ruch, Ellen 291 Rucker, Stephen 385 Rudar, Stephen 382 Rudner, Rebecca 193 Ruffolo, Stephanie 121, 260 Ruggiero, Angela 188, 323 Ruggiero, Zack 190, 287 Ruiz, Alex 174 Ruiz, Andres 376 Ruiz, Priscilla 74 Ruka, Allison 248 Rumbough, Kiera 303 Rumph, Mike 139 Runerad, Emma 280 Runia, Anna 133, 173 Ruppert, Chloe 189, 195 Rushinek, Sara 380 Russel, Rachel 220, 245 Russell, Alexis 188, 222, 252 Russell, Brian 382 Russell, Christian 190 Russell, Peyton 173 Russo., Virginia Palazzolo 273 Ruta, Nicolette 352, 388 Ruta, Nikki 193, 226 Ruttenberg, Sarah 259 Ruttgeizer, Alyson 352 Ruvo, Patrick 189, 224, 323 Rvera, Caro 193 Ryan, Cassidy 323 Ryan, Jacqueline 352 Ryan, Merritt 188

Ryce, Arrix 352, 360, 365 Ríos, Linda 257

S

SHALALA STUDENT CENTER

Sabbagh, Sebastian 276 Sable, Hunter 352 Sachs, Julia 194 Sackett, Emily 188, 323 Sacks, Gabi 189 Sacks, Olivia 352 Sacks, Vanessa 189, 195 Sacs, MacKenzie 118 Safdie, Elliot 376 Safie, Rodrigo 220 Sagatelian, Michael 190 Sager, Ethan 189, 280 Sahrai, Sara 352 SAILING HURRICANES 241 Saint-Germain, Max 276 Saintil, Herveline 219, 299 Sainz De Vicuna, Rodrigo 352 Saiontz, Steven J. 85 Saitcevsky, Natalia 229 Salas, Nelson 379 Salik, Raisa 302 Salinas, Ana Cristina 167, 323 Salkini, Sally 189 Sallah, John 181 Salmeron, Elyssa 259 Saltonstall, Julia 167 Saltzberg, Lindsay 194 Saltzman, Julia 188, 192, 256 Salusti, Michael 190 Sambar, Nicolas 5 Samet, Ally 256 Sami, Gabrielle 35, 189 Samit, Monica 352 Sammonds, Ryan 323 Samon, Andrew 212 Sampedre, Nicolas 326 Samtani, Dilan 189, 199, 323 Samuel, Anna 352 Samuels, Ryan 181, 200 Sanaullah, Aaisha 361, 366 Sancen, Karen 221, 234, 287 Sanchez, Ali 221, 228 Sanchez, Christine 225 Sanchez, Cristina 352 Sanchez, Daniella 274 Sánchez, Elisa 355 Sanchez, Gianna 224, 292, 323 Sanchez, Heather 113

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Sanchez, Jackie 197 Sanchez, Reymond 352 Sanchez-Senofonte, Alessandra 352 Sandeep, Richa 227 Sanders, Emma 252 Sandoval, Cesar 352 Sandstead, Bella 189 Sanger, Matthew 190 Sankar, Priya 227 Sankaran, Meghana 288 Sankaran, Priya 253, 286 Sansone, Jilian 303 Sant'Ana, Daniela 220 Santamaria, Arianna 220 Santamaria, Carla 376 Santana, Ashley 286 Santana, Patricia 273 Santani, Dilan 199 Santi, Madison 323 Santoli, Gabby 188 Santoro, Joseph 352 Santos, Chloe 218 Santos, Krista 193 Santos, Marju 352 Santos, Pablo De Los 302 Santosuosso, Brian 289 Sanz, Isabella 276 Sanzone, Chelsea 194 Saravanan, Sharnika 221, 253 Sardella, Anthony 248 Sardinas, Madeline 227, 280 Sardiña, Eduardo M. 85 Sarger, Matt 278 Satterfield, Jordyn 294 Saunders, Christopher 200, 323 Saunders, Katya 234 Saunders, Leah 213, 353 Saunders, Saige 188 Sautto, Francesco 219, 236, 335, 353 Savage, Danielle 151 Savage, Michael 276 Saveri, Max 276 Sawatanl, Mercury 282 Sayed, Tarek 380 Scafaria, Tim 248 Scaffidio, Calli 213 Scaindra, Casey 212 Scanlon, Bridget 194 Scanlon, Kellie 215, 353 Scaramucci, Gabriella 353 Scarpelli, Joseph 190 Scarpiniti, Giana 193, 230, 248 Scavo, Vinny 139 Schaper, Tanner 237 Schaubeck, Anna 259 Scheidt, Elizabeth 243 Schellaci, Matthew 190, 323 Schelman, Molina 282 Schenker, Chris 181 Schleifer, Kyle 180, 189, 279

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Schlosser, Julia 353 Schmidt, Katrina 287 Schmidt, Peter 189 Schneider, Brendan 189 Schneider, Brooke 353, 389 Schneider, Eliza 242, 279 Schneider, Matt 289 Schneider, Samantha 289, 324 Schneider, Spencer 190 Schneider, Sydney 188 Schoeb, Cameron 188, 193 Schoeb, Claudia 193, 353 Schoening, Sarah 212, 324 Schoffelen, Tyler 353 Schole, Anneke 188, 193, 324 SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 95 SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION 102 SCHOOL OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 104 SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 106 SCHOOL OF LAW 118 SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH STUDIES 112 Schraer, Valerie 236 Schrank, Jayme 283, 324 Schroder, Jozie 238 Schueller, Rachel 247 Schuitema, Olivia 296, 297 Schultheis, Tristan 173 Schultz, Rachel 283 Schulz, Paul 58, 286 Schuman, Benjamin 353 Schuster, Saige 189, 242 Schuster, Steven 151 Schwartz, Jacob 279 Schwartz, Spencer 281, 324 Schwartz, Taylor 189, 196 Schwartz-Kates, Deborah 382 Schwee, Andrew 181, 324 Schwertl, Mackenzie 188 Sciandra, Casey 197, 353 Scientifica Magazine 243 Sclater, Shelly 167 Scofield, Alora 188, 192, 286 Sconzo, Nicholas 205 Scott, Gregory 190, 201, 253, 259 Scott, Jillian 69, 239 Scott, Maria 385 Scott, Sherise 290, 324 Scott, Taylor 324 Scotti, Andrew 199, 241 Scruggs, Frank P. 85 Scuba Club 242 Scully, MacKenzie 353 Scuotto, Stephanie 353 Seager, Hayden 216 Seagraves, Chris 292 Seale, Sheldon 218 Seales, Maddie 218

Sealey, Michael 113 Sealy, Jabari 353 Searls, Stacy 139 Seaton, Lauren 324 Seaton, Maureen 382 Seayer, Hayden 279 SEBASTIAN THE IBIS 2, 4, 14, 16, 31, 80, 125, 128, 131, 134, 164, 192, 223, 304, 306, 308, 311, 327, 341, 430 Seelig, Michelle 380 Segal, Jacob 189, 276 Segal, Martin 380 Segota, Hannah 188 Seider, Veronika 99, 214, 228, 235, 294, 324, 426, 427 Seidle, Nathan 219 Seif, Maxine 195 Seitz, Skylar 189 Sellers, Carly 189, 195, 242 Selsor, Jessa 282 Sendra, Joseph 107 Senior Day 125 Serrat, Kris 224 Serrite, Chad 190, 278 Serur, Marcos 228, 276 Seth, Manvi Rajan 23, 61, 221, 324 Sethi, Zubin 353 Settineri, Lucas 213 Severson, Emika 180 Sewell, Brice 282, 324 Sewing, Sofia 164 Sforza, Kaitlyn 188 Shabinsky, Alexa 188 Shaffer, Colin 181 Shah, Aditya 243 Shah, Anuj 243, 282, 287 Shah, Rishubh 246 Shah, Serena 253 Shahriari, Dara Alexander 353 Shaikh, Ali 219 Shaikhomer, Mohammed 376 Shaked, Haim 383 SHALALA STUDENT CENTER 56 Shami, Jean Phillip 252 Shami, Rund 260, 261 Shapiro, Corey 353 Shapiro, Gabby 188 Shapiro, Joel 291 Shapiro, Mark S. 380 Shapiro, Mijael 324 Shapiro, Mitch 190 Shapiro, Robyn 353 Sharkey, Elise 194, 219, 324 Sharma, Priya 213, 221 Sharma, Sagar 242 Sharon, Joseph 260 Sharvna, Priya 284 Shash, Anuj 227 Shaw, Adam 280

Shaw, Louis 190 Shaw, Matthew 214 Shea, Kyle 182, 190 Shea, Samantha 242, 353 Shedd, Samantha 241 Shedlock, Karen 188 Sheehan, Brad 180 Shehadeh, Chiara 219 Shehadeh, Serene 219, 236 Sheikh, Ali 63 Sheji, Liam 286 Shelby, Adeline 189, 195 Shemtov, Sarah Jean 376 Shen, Sijie 353 Shenoy, Stefenie 324 Shepard, Kevin 182 Sherman, Morgan 167 Sherman, Sidney 224, 353 Sherman, Sydney 80 Sheskin, Ira 383 Shevlin, Jessica 247 Shevlin, Max 248 Shi, Yaqian 353 Shimamoto, Tatsuki 163 Shinder, Samantha 324 Shipman, Patrick 182, 219, 226, 236 Shireman, Sadie 167 Shirokova, Ulyana 164 Shirreffs, Evan 139 Shoikhet, Arielle 189 Shore, Bobby 288 Shore, Robert 324 Short, Kaitlyn 257 Shorten, Dan 292 Shorten, Jenna 243, 303 Shoupp, Nicholas 182, 241, 353 Shownkeen, Meghana 235 Shriram, Gururaj 353 Shroff, Jay 246 Shui, Jingyuan 353 Shultz, Paul 219 Shuman, Hope 180, 218 Siddiqui, Mohammad 190 Sideleva, Virginia 167 Sidi, Alex 274 Siegel, Alexander 353 Siegel, Jack 289 Siegel, Julia 324 Siegel, Rachel 192 Siegler, Sam 124 Sierra, Emily 231, 248 Sigars, Paul 189, 324 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 198, 206, 208 SIGMA ALPHA MU 191, 198, 206, 209 SIGMA CHI 190, 198, 205, 206 SIGMA DELTA TAU 189, 191, 196, 205, 206, 209 SIGMA EPSILON PHI 206


SIGMA GAMMA RHO 202 SIGMA LAMBDA GAMMA 190, 204, 205, 209 SIGMA PHI EPSILON 190, 198, 205, 208 Silb, Miller 282 Silberberg, Zach 13, 20, 100, 124, 140, 250, 251, 253, 353, 427 Silberg, Will 181, 182, 232 Silen, Paula Da 234 Sills, Margaret 291 Silva, Bruna 296 Silver, Zachary 353 Silvera, Ana 376 Silvers, Laurie S. 85 Silvershein, Emily 188, 279, 324 Silverstein, Dylan 190 Simon, Andi 188 Simon, Jack 292 Simon, Theresa 234 Simpson, Joshua 236 Simpson, Madisyn 279 Singer, Jacob 190 Singer, Ramez 282, 324 Singh, Arman 190 Singh, Myra 69 Singh, Raj 300 Singh, Sai 236, 246 Singh, Serena 189 Singh, Summer 188, 236 Singhi, Priyanka 303 Sintchak, Victor 282 Sirenord, Edgar 218 Sirven, Julia 275, 324 Sisco, Jules 197 Sisco, Kristen 189 Sivarasa, Asvin 227 Skagerlund, Kenny 215 Skerritt, Nick 190 Skibicki, Katrina 188, 194 Skipper, Larry 200, 290 Skolnick, Drew 291 Skolnik, Alexa 246 Skowron, Emma 188, 192, 286 Skubic, Nicolle 324 Slap, Nicole 197, 353 Slattery, Karen 231, 248 Slay, Miles 180 Sleeper, Thomas 382 Sloan, Karina 299 Sloan, Meredith 360, 371 Smaha, William 190, 259 Small, Schuyler 258 Smallman, Kerry 237 Smith, Alana 203 Smith, Andy 248 Smith, Ben 212 Smith, Blaine 384 Smith, Caitlin 224, 243, 287 Smith, Derrick 139

Smith, H.T. 85 Smith, Jason 353, 388 Smith III, Josh 274 Smith, Kate 236, 240, 292 Smith, Keith 213 Smith, Kit 188, 194 Smith, Madeleine 194, 219 Smith, Mike 139 Smith, Morgan 193, 194 Smith, Nathan 189, 284 Smith, Noah 190 Smith, Samuel 189, 219, 236 Smith, Simone 218 Smith, John 353 Smyth, MacKenzie 354 Sneathen, Sofia 219 Sneider, David 288 Snider, Madeleine 259 Snitzer, Andy 110 Snyder, Ben 291 Snyder, Daniela 189 Snyder, Eitan 237 Snyder, Hunter 189 Snyder, Rachael 240, 243 SOAR AWARDS 263 SOCCER 150 Socha, Annika 213, 242, 302 SOCIETY OF COMPOSERS, INCORPORATED 243 SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS 243 SOCIOLOGY AND CRIMINOLOGY CLUB 242 Socorro, Krystal 324 Soden, Brian 379, 380, 381, 382, 383, 384 Soderberg, Nash 215 Soeder, Kelly 180 Soens, Jessica 195 Softa, Sammer 354 Sohail, Shazeb 326 Sokol-Katz, Jan 242 Sola, Anthony 224 Solares, Andres 225 Soler, Yamilet 237 Soliday, John 380 Soliman, Fatma 294 Solo-Gabriele, Helena 381 Solomon, Godard 282 Solomon, Leala 188, 279 Sonberg, Steven 85 Sondel, Molly 233 Song, Joshua 383 Song, Marissa 303 Soomar, Gabriel 249 Sorensen, Hannah 132 Soresi, Arianna 189, 195 Sorge, Emily 188, 193 Soriano, Adrian 133 Sorkenn, Rachel 151, 299

Sotelo, Vyanka 293, 294 Soto, Ace 324 Soto, Laura 188, 192, 221 Soto, Sara 188, 192, 221, 324 Souz, Lilliana de 283 Souza, Bruna 220 Souza, Giovanna 220 Spaan, Barry 189 Spadaro, Claudia 354 Spahn, Jack 260, 354 Spandorfer, Jacob 354 Spangler, Benjamin 354 Sparber, Joe 174 Sparber, Joseph 247 Sparger, Lauryn 283 Spartin, James 291 SPECIAL OLYMPICS 242 Spector, Parker 294 SPECTRUM 58, 246 Speirs, Colin 241, 289, 324 Spentzos, Marianna 188, 193 Spicer, Giselle 188, 233, 290, 324 Spicer, Jack 139 Spine, Elizabeth 284 Spiro, Elizabeth 188 Splichal, Sig 382 Sporn, Eli 189 Sportsfest 311 Spring, Lindsey 194 Sriganeshan, Karthik 190, 284 Srikakolapu, Bhavana 243 Srivatsa, Nandita 213 St. Loius, Tyree 139 St. Lot, Saskia 220, 297 Staaf, Brennan 252 Stack, Julia 189, 195 Stacks, Don 385 Stagg, Marie 180 Stahl, Brandon 236, 354 Stahl, Damien 190, 201, 236, 280 Stahl, Isabella 180, 225, 354 Stallings, Ten 218 Stammel, Keanu 190 Stamps, E. Roe 85 STANFORD RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE 14, 285, 310 Stanborough, Christian 190 Stangis, Michael 354 Stankard, Sarah 54 Stano, Randy 382, 427 Stapler, Gillian 279 Starr, Jolie 121 Starr, Victor 354 Stauber, Olivia 194 Stavetski, Teddy 139 Steed, Waynmon 139 Steel, Samantha 192 Steel, Sydney 192, 296, 297 Steele, Alfreda 133, 172, 173 Steele, Griffin 282, 324

Steier, Michael 190, 282, 324 Steigelfest, Eric 213 Steinberg, Benjamin 282, 324 Steinberg, David L. 224 Steinberg, Ryan 189 Steiner, Cameryn 324 Steiner, Julia 324 Steingyer, Ben 278 Steinneger, Heidi 194 Stemerman, Samuel 190 Stephan, Zoe 287 Stephany, Cole 289 Stephens, Julian 354 Stephens, Katelin 218 Stephens, Kennedi 324 Stephens, Marisa 242 Stephens, Nicole 54 Stephenson-Pickett, Bryce 253 Sterling, Jared 256 Sterling, Naomi 194 Sterling, Sidney 252 Stern, Amelia 279 Stern, Leah 224 Steven, Emmett 190, 201, 290 Steven, Lily 45 Stevens, Brandi 252 Stevens, Justin 284, 310 Stewart, Jackson 354 Stewart, Kyle 218 Stewart, Tyler 231, 248 Stewart, Victoria 167, 188, 193 Stiberman, Elan 354 Sticca, Adam 73 Stickle, Will 242 Stieg, Forrest 180 Stieghorst, Carla 324 Stinson, Scott 382 Stockstill, Cole 223, 253 Stokes, Maddison 193 Stoller, Josh 237 Stolz, Lauren 189, 195 Stone, Dakota 180 Stone, Ronald G. 85 Stoner, Micaela 13, 22, 242, 246, 263, 324, 431 Storch, Tyler 354 Storrs, Emily 182, 241, 354 Story, Sydney 247 Stowell, Christopher 154, 157, 354 Stoyanov, Svetoslav 382, 383 Strange, Daniel 382, 385 Strantzali, Olga 132, 149 Strattan, Sierra 242, 283 Straus, Jaye 324 Strauss, Jordan 213 Strauss, Matthew 382 Strauss, Robert C. 85 Streat, Matthew 291 Strecker, Anna 219 Stremler, Suzanne 246, 276

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Stright, Bonnie 219, 256 Stringfellow, Frank 382 Strnad, Jordan 242 Strome, Jack 190 Strong, Toure 218 Strubeck, Adam 242 Stuart, Michael 289 Stubblefield, Zachary 212 STUDENT ACTIVITIES FEE ALLOCATION COMMITTEE 246 STUDENT ALUMNI AMBASSADORS 246, 262 STUDENT ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE 247 STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION 247 STUDENT CENTER COMPLEX ADVISORY COUNCIL 247 Stuebe, Sarah 256 Stumpff, Alison 196 Su, Qiuyi 376 Suarez, Amanda 275, 354, 372 Suarez, Julie 247 Suarez, Stefanie 234 Suarez, Victoria 287 Suaris, Wimal 381 Suazo, Phoebe 214, 219, 242 Sublette, Jessica 376 Sugimoto, Yasukiyo 376 Sullivan, Emmett 190, 201 Sullivan, Molly 192 Sullivan, Pat 278 Sullivan, Thomas 190, 278 Sullivan, Violet 240, 303 Sultan Osechas, Esther 354 Suman, Daniel O. 384 Sun, Anchen 354 Sun, Bo 354 Sun, Caleb 213, 246, 288 Sun, Guohua 288 Sun, Ruoyu 376 Sun, Yuemiao 354 Sundet, Abby 282 SUNSATIONS 230, 248 Suph, Albani 193 Surdum, Isik 279 Surrentini, Julieta 228 Sutcliffe, Geoff 381 Sutcliffe, Sasha 193 Sutherland, Tyler 354 Sutnick, Isabel 260, 354 Sutton, Ryan 190 Sverdlen, Ariana 324 Sviridov, Artem 224 Swafford, Emily 259 Swain, Michael 383 Swan, Rebecca 220, 325 Sweeney, John 276 SWIM & DIVE 152 Swimmer, Shaina 325

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Syed, Sheyum 383 Sykes, Dylan 289 SYLVESTER COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 87, 116 Syunkova, Sasha 237 Szasz, Marc 354 Szpolski, Mia 189

T

TOPPEL CAREER CENTER

Tabba, Jude 194 Taboada, Sandra 219, 225, 243, 325 Tackett, Hunter 174 Taekwondo Club 241 Taggart, Andrew 190, 252 Taibel, Neal 237, 310 Taintor, Amy 133, 172, 173 Takoudis, Yiorgos 213, 233, 282 Talarczyk, Justin 180, 279 Talavera, Ed 380 Talmage, Clementine 225 Tamborrel, Eduardo 355 Tamers, Celeste 355 TAMID 248 Tan, Carmen 273 Tan, Haolan 355 Tan, Zhaoxiong 325 Tang, Rio 302 Tanis, Mirza 62 Tannura, Carolyn 196 Tano, Samantha 236, 276 Tanriyar, Ali 190 Tao, Ye 236, 280 Tapamo, Harold 310 Tarrash, Erik 181 Tatte, Nichole 355 Tatum, Kay 379 Tau Beta Sigma 248 Tauler, Carolina 376 Tavakoly, Amber 219 Tavares, Agustin 220, 226, 256 Taylan, Can 190 Taylor, Brandon 172, 173 Taylor, Imani 203 Taylor, Isaiah 172, 173 Taylor, Josh 190 Taylor, Kristin 218 Taylor, Michael 190 Taylor, Samantha 188, 192, 279 Taylor, Sandra 355 Taylor, Ta-Shana 381 Teich, Jason 151 Tejeda, Cesar 189, 325

Tejeda, Gabriella 325 Teklitz, Samuel 355 Telford, Kira 310 Temme, Devon 196 Tempest, Chloe 167, 189, 195, 281 Temple, Ashley 355 Templeton, Haley 132, 149 Tenenbaum, Isabella 188, 224 Tennen, Emilee 289 Teo, Daryl 221 Teplitzky, Jake 300 Tereshko-Rechani, Belle 188 Terilli, Sam 382 Terp, Ethan 189 Tessicini, Brian 325 Thakkar, Karan 286 Thatcher, Rose 237, 243, 355 THE AGAMEDES CHAPTER OF ALPHA RHO CHI 249 THE BOXING CLUB 249 THE MIAMI HURRICANE 249, 398, 399 THEATRE ACTION GROUP 252 Theo, Maximillian Maurach 291 Thibault, Talula 325 Thiesen, Taylor 355 Thoma, Max 151 Thomas, Anthony 376 Thomas, Brittany 119, 218 Thomas, Chad 139 Thomas, Dija 274, 325 Thomas, Dina 221, 275, 325 Thomas, Elizabeth 218 Thomas, Eustan 290 Thomas, Gary L. 384 Thomas, Ian 189, 286 Thomas, Jeff 139 Thomas, John 139 Thomas, Shelby 192, 220, 245 Thompson, Andrew 241 Thompson, Briana 302 Thompson, Celine 133, 173 Thompson, Leila 259, 297 Thompson, Wesley 243, 282, 325 Thomson, Morgan 54, 212, 219, 228, 241, 242, 277, 285, 293, 302, 303, 325, 426, 427 Thornton, Laura 193, 227, 355, 360, 369 Thornton, Nicole 69 Thron, Allie 260 Thurman-Baldwin, Sydney 218 Tickner, Ari 282 Tickner-Ernst, Ariel 325 Tierney, Lauren 355 Tighe, Bridget 355 Tilsen, Taylor 276 Tilson, Donn 385 Tilton, Gabrielle 193 Timme, Doug 180

Timmer, Jessica 212 Timofeer, Artem 282 Timothy, Templeton 218 Tindall, Aaron 382 Tinsley, Nina 188 Tipton, William 213 Tirado, James 242 Tirrell, John 325 Togami, Kevin 180, 181, 355 Tolchin, Caitlyn 188 Tolep, Eric 284 Toma, Juliet 189 Tomei, Alice 379 Tomenchok, Lara 290 Topal, Stephanie 355 Toppel, Patricia W. 85 Toral, Alex 173, 174 Toranzo, Teresa 281 Tordjman, Lea 188, 240, 291 Torkan, Tiana 292 Toro, Jaime 249 Torrejon, Alvaro 199 Torres, Amanda 113, 355 Torres, Austin 325 Torres, Camila 194 Torres, Javier 213 Torres, Valentina Munoz 188 Torres Jaramillo, Camila 355 Torres-Viladegut, Julia 189 Torrez, Vilet 240, 282 Tortora, Jack Jordan 190 Toscanini, Alessandra 292 Tosoni, Nicholas 199, 205 Tosoni, Nick 199 Tou, Lulu 283 Toulabi, Rochelle 235 Touma, Isabelle 248 Tournour, Gabriella 325 Tozzi, Lucas 236, 355 TRACK & FIELD 170, 172 Tracy, McKenzie 325 Tragas, Michael 180 Trainor, Jenna 189, 197 TrajanBandy 135 Tran, Alex 278 Tran, David 276 Tran, Elan 325 Tran, Fr. Phillip 220 Tran, Lien 380 Tranchina, Jack 355 Trasmondi, Claudia 224 Traub, Mitch 260 Travis, Dani 252 TravisHomer 135 Treadwell, Boriana 382 Treaster, Chloe 260 Treaster, Joe 382 Trejo, Brenda 325 Trespalacios, Andrea 63, 219, 263 Triars, Jake 276


Trias, Isabella 232 Tribuno, Steven 54, 199, 215 TRICANES 252 Triche, Jessica 237, 256 Trickett, Edison 381 Trink, Maxwell 292 Trombino, Vince 288 Trudeau, Emilie 192 Trudeau, Mark 190, 292, 325 Truong, Brian 213 Truslow, Miles 242 Trussoni, Matthew 381 Tryba, Jamie 69 Tselentis, Gerasimos 288 Tsuji, Joe 242 Tucker, Noah 190, 292 Tuen, Ka 325 Tuen, Montale 225, 287 Tugal, Cem 190 Tullis-Joyce, Phallon 91, 133, 151, 182, 241, 247, 310, 355 Tummala, Rajiv 204, 226 Tun, Carmen 355, 373 Turner, Allegra 188, 193, 224, 281 Turner, Angelique 355 Turner, Karen 380 TURNOVER CHAIN 134 Turso, Vanessa 325 Turtle, Owen 290, 325 Tutunick, Rebecca 213 Tyler, Isaiah 170 Tzeel, David 237

U

U STATUE

Ualit, Awron 282 Uban, Nick 300 UC POOL 46 UCHEER 222, 252 Ufer, Sabrina 291 Ufheil, Madeline 286 Ugalde, Aileen M. 85 Ugwueke, Grace 212, 213, 253 Uhlar, Adrianna 219, 236, 290 UJHOOM 253, 262 Ulber, Jenny 355 Ullma, Sabrina 282 Ulloa, Edwin 237 ULTIMATE FRISBEE 250, 253 UM HILLEL 256 UM YOUNG AND COLLEGE DEMOCRATS 256 UMIAMI SCIENTIFICA MAGAZINE

262 Underwood, Alex 249, 302 Underwood, Dale 382 UNIT 305 256 UNIVEN 257 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI ALTERNATIVE BREAKS 262 UNIVERSITY VILLAGE 301 Upson, Terri 355 UPUP 69 Ure, Kayla 279 Uribe, Alejandro Sanchez 221, 302 Urkov, Daniel 237, 355 Urquhart, Jack 215 Urquhart, John 290 Urtubey, Agustin 273 US GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL STUDENTS 257 Usandieaga, Manuela 278 Useche, Augusto 325 USPORT 257 Usuga, Daniela 189, 219, 236 Utamsingh, Pooja 117

V

VICKY BAKERY

Vaccaro, Isabella 36, 286 Valdes, Brianna 219, 236, 355 Valdes, Delaney 231, 248 Valdes, Stephanie 325 Valdes, Tomas 220 Valdes-Fauli, Gonzalo F. 85 Valdes-Peino, Adrian 376 Valdivia, Brianna Antonella 219, 247, 262, 355, 361, 370 Valdivia, Hector 189 Valen, Alex 226 Valenci, Max 189, 286 Valencia, Joanna 5, 220 Valentine, Myles 132, 172, 173 Valentino, Garrett 253, 259 Valentino, Justin 259 Valerio, Melissa 275 Valerius, Laetitia 287 Valido, Jessica 276 Valverde, Madeline 196 Van, Minh 226 Van Rooyen, Gustav 355 Vanacore, Christopher 237, 300 Vanderwoude, Jillian 372 Varela, Ivan 275, 325 Vargas, Aleanna 355 Vasfailo, Cameron 189

Vasiljevic, Dejan 132, 157 Vasquez, Maria Luiza 274, 325 Vasquez-Aparicio, Marilyn 376 Vasselais, Grant De La 214 Vaughn, Peyton 189 Vayner, Jacky 189 Veasy, Alicia 355, 393 Veerasammy, Melanie 282 Vega, Patricia 356 Vela, Anais 220 Velasco, Valeria 220, 227, 245 Velasquez, Andrea 274 Veletis, Alex 194 Velez, Emmi 246, 260, 303 Velikopoljski, Fabiola 180, 260 Veliz, Gregory 174 Veliz, Jose 243 Venezia, Niccola 151, 188, 325 Venkatachalam, Chandran 249 Vento, Cynthia 248 Ventress, Alexandria 325 Ventura, Kristian 273 Veraart, Alexander 291 Verdear, Daniel 259 Verdon, Fiona 193 Vergara, Alredo 326 Verge, Jacqueline 188, 289 Vessal, Jason 356 Vibhute, Mukta 240, 325 Victor, Patricia 23, 233, 356, 391 Vidal, Natalia 213, 220, 280 Video Game Club 259 Vielliard, Colin 189 Vieyra De Baldwin, Velia 376 Vignau, Alexia 287, 325 Vignolio, Christine 379 Vignolo, Sofia 236, 303, 310 Vila, Ramico Casal 288 Vilberg, Marion 121, 126, 356 Vilchis-Zubizarreta, Hannan 299 Villa, Danielle 197, 356 Villait, Akash 237 Villane, Allison 195, 356 Villar, Christina 226, 299 Villar, Manny 300 Villar, Pedro 274 Villaverde, Emilie 226, 284 Villegas, Danny 221 Villhauer, Phil 286 Vinarski, Benjamin 190 Vincent, Avalon 297 Vinci, Jake 182, 189, 200 Vink, Natalie De 197 Viola, Alex 284 Virga, Jim 380 Visse, Ubbo 381 Vizcarrond, Camila 240 Vlahos, Demetra 167 Vlahos, Nikki 189 Vlasenko, Tiffany 188, 237

Vodges, Pat 259 Voetzel, Rachel 242 Vogdes, Patric 190, 201 Voirol, Grant 213 Vollaro, Matt 200 VOLLEYBALL 132, 148 Volpe, Loren 189 Voltaire, CaJohn 205 Vonesh, Marissa 220, 224, 280 Vos, Sophie 188 Voss, Kenneth 383 Voutsinas, Alex 303 Voysey, Adrian 203 Voytko, Trenton 237 Voyzey, Erika 133, 173 Vrabely, Hunter 189, 291, 325 Vreeland, Simone 325 Vukovinsky, Rachael 233 Vuorio, Bianca 220 Vyas, Neerali 188 Vélez, Emmi 255

W

WATSCO CENTER

Waardenburg, Sam 154, 157 Waddell, Samantha 192, 219, 236 Wagman, Amy 240 Wagner, Claire 188 Wagner, Rachel 356 Wahid, Sumra 229 Wahl, Adam 220, 235, 302 Wainblat, Jon 224, 236, 287 Waisfield, Agostina 194 Waissmann, Leonardo 330 WAKEBOARDING CLUB 259 Wakim, Michael 219 Walcott, Natalia 291 Waldinger, Patrick 224 Walker, Ali 188 Walker, Ebonie 290 Walker, Haley 23 Walker, Jordan 300 Walker IV, Lonnie 132, 155, 157 Walker, Shawn 139 Wall, Kennedy 195 Wall, Tanner 190, 325 Wallace, Nate 181, 200 Waller, Lloyd 290 Walpole, Ryan 242 Walson, Francis 205 Walson, Sean 204 Walstatter, Kaiah 188, 193, 284 Walter, Matthew 250, 253, 356

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Walters, Brian 237 Walters, Savannah 188, 279 Walton, Mark 139 Waltz, Constantine 189 Wan, Chuyan 287 Wanatick, Tristian 190 Wang, Anenyuan 279 Wang, Dr. Daniel 205 Wang, Gang 381 Wang, He 383 Wang, Jiaqi 356 Wang, Justin 356 Wang, Kylie 260 Wang, Rolanda 192 Wang, Shih Hao (Henry) 356 Wang, Shuang 356 Wang, Sihan 356 Wang, Siyu 356 Wang, Xiaoying 356 Wang, Yaru 376 Wang, Ying 377 Wang, Yuchen 356 Wang, Zheng 381 Wang, Zijun 377 Wang, Ziwen 356 Wang, Zuhua 279 Wanless, Harold R. 381 Ware, Alexandra 167, 356 Warner, Todd 381 Warrell, Michael 106, 220, 245 Warsoff, Adam 199 Washington II, Dewayne 139, 234 Washlesky, Channing 300 Wasserman, Amanda 194, 256, 325 Watkins, Emme 188 Watret, Sophia 237 Watsco Center 16, 51, 81, 126, 129 Watson, Masimius 237, 248 Watson, Tim 282 Watt, Daniel 215, 228 Watts, Kayla 189, 195, 223, 253 Watts, Olivia 6, 242, 281 Wawriw, Tatiana 287 Weathers, Aaliyah 260 Weaver, David R. 85 Webb, Dana 189, 195, 242 Webb, Hanna 356 Weber, Angelo 278 Weber, Dewi 132, 169 Weber, Junior Dewi 169 Weber, Kayla 180 Webster, Ben 243 Webster, Cheryl 275 Weeks-Wulf, Marta S. 85 Weil, Brittany 281 Weinberg, Danielle 282 Weiner, Laura 192 Weinman, Matthew 356 Weinstock, Andrew 256, 356 Weintraub, Barbara A. 85

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Weisberg, Jared 284 Weisberg, Joshua 190 Weisbrod, Eric 379 Weiser, Kendra 194 Weiss, Jake 189 Weiss, Jenna 188 Weiss, Shani 193, 356 Weiting, Tao 385 Welch, Michael 356 Weldon, Cade 139 WELLNESS CENTER 115 Wells, Justin 139 Wells, Kathryn 288 Welsch, Jared 200 Welton, Jake 256 Wenstrom, Matthew 325 Werner, Michael 379 Wescoat, Noah 282 West, Amelia 325 West, Pharr 240 Westhoff, Rachel 196, 197, 297 Westwood, Jackson 190, 325 WETLAB 114 Wetstone, Rachel 356 Wexler, Emily 240, 356 Whealan, Gina 233 Wheeler, Kevin 292 Wheeler, Quentin 325 Whelan, Georgina 356 Whitacre, Nash 241 Whitaker, Nick 278 White, Ben 218, 226 White, Celine 220, 279 White, Natalie 151 White, Owen 297 White-Parsons, Tessa 167 Whitely, Patricia 254, 398 Whitman, Mark 226 Whitson, Elizabeth 236, 243 Whittingham, Lola 283, 325 Whittum, Connor 303 Widensky, Jillian 356 Widman, Brandon 356 Wiedenkeller, Andrew 291 Wiefels, Matthew 173, 212 Wiggon, Olivia 242 Wilbon, Azaan 213 Wilborne, Shawn 218 Wilcox, Elizabeth 356 Wilcox, Lizzie 224, 232 Wilcox, Sara 188 Wilde, Jordan 231, 248 Wilder, De'Andre 139 Wiley, Elise 167 Wiley, Nathaniel 287 Wilhelm, MacKenzie 242, 325 Wilkes, Zachary 288 Willauer, Charlotte 188, 193 Williams, Bobby 250, 310 Williams, Christian 278, 325

Williams, Debra 287 Williams, Gerard 181 Williams, Grace 193 Williams, James 356 Williams, Jerry 225, 302, 325 Williams, Katherine 225 Williams, Kyra 357 Williams, Kyrah 377 Williams, Michelle 23, 71, 357 Williamson, Adina 357 Williamson II, G. Ed 85 Willis III, Gerald 139 Willis, Redmond 234 Willson, Teddy 224 Wilshire, Savanah 189 Wilson, Austin 325 Wilson, Brooke 139 Wilson, George 385 Wilson, Jacob 284 Wilson, James 189 Wilson, Lauren 325 Wilson, Matt 181, 182 Wilson, Miles 157 Wilson-Reid, Monica 357 Winans, Peter 200 Winchester, Henry 190, 281 Winig, Andrew 357 Winn, Eric 189, 200 Winston, Emily 189 Winter, Ariana 28 Wise, Jacob 199 Wise, Kara 260 Wisler, Anthony 218 Witkowski, John 220 Wittle, Lily 132, 166, 167, 241, 325 Wiviott, Max 189 Woflinbarger, Ainsly 151 Wohl, Katie 257 Wohn, Jaclyn 357 Wojtowicz, Nina 325 Wolfe, John 289 Wolfinbarger, Ainsly 247 Wolfs, Danielle 20, 214 Wolfson, Frances L. 85 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 132, 158, 160 WOMEN'S RUGBY 259 WOMEN'S SOCCER CLUB 260 WOMEN’S GOLF 132 WOMEN’S TENNIS 132, 164 WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD 133 Wong, Jerome 221 Wong, Nikki 357 Wong, Ryan 325 Wood, Gary 382 Wood, Jacklyn 215 Wood, Thomas D. 85 Works, Allie 193 Wortman, Caroline 233 Woubshet, Galilah 299

Wrangell, Catalina von 243 Wray, Maxwell 256 Wright, Ben 200, 242 Wright, Benjamin 357 Wright, Kristen 188 Wright, Shane 81, 357 Wright, Spencer 307, 430 Wrushen, Ashley 357 Wu, Catherine 357 Wu, Jinyoung 215 Wu, Shun-Nan 215 Wu, Yanan 357 Wu, Yilz 373 Wu, Zisha 278 Wu, Zishi 357 Wuagneux, Nicholas 190 Wubker, Laura 236 Wuchty, Stefan 381 WVUM 255, 260 Wynn, Gabrielle 218 Wynn, Wesley 180 Wysocki, Peter 379

X

X SECTION IN THE STACKS

Xia, Danting 357 Xiao, Sabrina 357 Xiaomei, Miranda Cao 188 Xie, Yuting 377 Xu, Jiaxiong 284 Xu, Kevin 189, 282, 325 Xu, Qirong 221 Xu, Xiaoshu 357 Yahr, Becca 247 Yakhiyayev, Abdugali 377 Yakubovich, Joshua 190, 287 Yamanashi, Rin 221 Yan, Xinyi 213 Yan, Yilin 377 Yan, Zhaoyang 284 Yanamala, Saketh 227, 260, 279 Yang, Jackie 229, 357 Yang, Junyi 234 Yang, Kehan 357 Yang, Qingda 383 Yang, Siyuan 357 Yang, Tingting 357 Yang, Yi 234, 357 Yang, Yishan 357 Yang, Yunhan 326 Yarling, John 385 Yaroshuk-Tews, Paige 164 Yaryan, Bri 189


Yaryan, Brianne 195 Yastron, Amy 218 Yastrow, Jackie 189

Zach, Johnathan 189 Zafar, Maham 358 Zafra, Melissa 113, 358

ZETA TAU ALPHA 53, 189, 191, 195, 205, 206, 208 Zevallos, Yessenia 358

Ziebarth, Noel 379 Ziji, Li 236 Zilberman, Gilad 288

Yasui, Lena 282 Yde, Ryan 199 Yeldell, Jasmyne 213, 357 Yendapally, Prithvi 326

Zahan, Kristina 358 Zahid, Muhammad 326 Zahnen, Kelly 36, 73, 120, 358, 427 Zahner, Joshua 241

Zha, Gecheng 383 Zhang, Alicia 259 Zhang, Congrong 358 Zhang, Kifan 287

Zimering, Ellie 194 Zimmerman, Abraham 303 Zimmerman, Melanie 188, 246, 284, 326

Yenor, Reid 242 Yeo, Wonjun 288 Yesenosky, Jenna 189, 326

Zahron, Joshua 282 Zaidi, Mustafa 199 Zainal, Abdulrahman 358

Zhang, Lanxin 358 Zhang, Lei 180 Zhang, Leyi 232

Zittlau, Brian 190 Zizzo, John 236, 288, 326 Zogby, Michelle 358

Yi, Zhang 288 Yin, Wen 218 Yip, Hilary 213 Yoon, Gunny 385

Zakotyansky, Erica 188 Zalma, Brian 151, 358 Zambrana, Eliana 247 Zambrano, Ashley 193

Zhang, Meng 287 Zhang, Ruiao 358 Zhang, Shaoyin 286 Zhang, Yalin 218, 358

Zolfaghari, Keyan 289 Zong, Kerni 282 Zonghetti, Kyle 180, 200 Zopluoglu, Cengiz 381

York, Sam 139 Young, Ademide 236 Young, Malek 132, 134, 139

Zamora, Daniel 190 Zamora, Freddy 132, 174, 177 Zappala, Gregory 292

Zhang, Yifan 241, 242 Zhang, Yinzhe 377 Zhang, Yu 287

Zrada, Corinne 189, 195, 242 Zuckerman, Mike 139 Zuidema, Paquita 379

Youssef, Anthony 189, 200 Yu, Dillon 190 Yu, Jiaran 357

Zappala, Robert 292, 326 Zar, Kian 190 Zarka, Jonathan 190

Zhao, Catherine 358 Zhao, Weizhao 379 Zhao, Yijin 358

Zullo, Lyle 190 Zulueta, Ashley 358 Zuo, Fulin 383

Yu, Kerstin 213 Yu, Roxanne 133, 303 Yu, Yuri 111 Yunis, Michael 134

Zaroogian, Gregory 287, 326 Zatarain, Renata 358 Zausner, Ana 196, 197 Zawatson, Cassidy 189

Zheng, Chengcheng 236 Zheng, Junjia 358 Zheng, Lingyue 358 Zhitnik, Alina 188

Zuo, Wangda 381 Zwick, Charles J. 85 Zyne, Charlsey 151

Zdaniukiewicz, Martyna 242 Zehnle, Madeleine 71, 358 Zeineddine, Tamim 302

Zhou, Anja 188 Zhou, Jon 292 Zhou, Ke 358

Zeiri, Jonathan 190 Zelinkski, Victoria 289 Zeng, Arnina 288, 326 Zenni, Michael 280, 326

Zhou, Lingjun 358 Zhou, Xiangyang 383 Zhou, Yahan 326 Zhou, Yiyu 215

Zerda, Rafael de la 237 Zerpa, Carlos 358 ZETA BETA TAU 190, 198, 206, 209

Zhu, Rongye 358 Zhu, Tong 358 Zia, Melanie 288

ZETA PHI BETA 202, 205

Ziaja, Jacob 358

Z

Zabate, Rizelle 377

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meet the

IBIS YEAR FRONT ROW: Izabella Felpeto, Morgan Thomson, Kaitlin Castillo, Alize Ramirez-Canas, Christina Rodriguez, Jackie Abreu, Sabrina Cheikhali, Haley Nepple, Sarah Franceski, Nina Garza, Veronika Seider; BACK ROW: Kendall Eisenberg, Madison George,

ALL WE DO IS WIN At the Collegiate Press conference in Long Beach, CA, sophomore Morgan Thomson, junior Kaitlin Castillo, seniors Sabrina Cheikhali and Alize Ramirez-Canas celebrate taking home several awards. Bradley Wilson from Midwestern State University throws up the "U." Photo by Randy Stano

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EVEN MORE WINNING At the College Media Association conference in Dallas, TX, sophomore Morgan Thomson, junior Kaitlin Castillo, Randy Stano, senior Alize Ramirez, juniors Madison George and Casey Lue take home several awards including Yearbook of the Year and two first place certificates in the design categories for the 2017 Ibis Yearbook. Photo by Marissa Vonesh


BOOK staffers Kristian DelRosario; SECOND ROW: Casey Lue, Jorge Chabo, Eric Kevin Cecil. Photo by Nicholas Rodriguez

CORE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MANAGIN EDITOR DESIGN DIRECTOR ASST. DESIGN DIRECTOR COPY CHIEF DESIGNERS

ALIZE RAMIREZ-CANAS SABRINA CHEIKHALI CASEY LUE MORGAN THOMSON ERIC KEVIN CECIL VERONIKA SEIDER ISABELLA NUCCIO MARIA DEL MAR FERNANDEZ CODY RADCLIFF PHOTO EDITORS KRISTIAN DEL ROSARIO JACQUELINE ABREU STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS HALEY NEPPLE SYDNEY KRULIK

SECTION EDITORS LIFESTYLES JORGE CHABO SAMANTHA BUDD ACADEMICS OLIVIA BAKER MARGERITA CASTILLO SPORTS MADISON GEORGE IZABELLA FELPETO GREEKS KENDALL EISENBERG ORGANIZATIONS MANSI HUKMANI KENDALL EISENBERG PEOPLE NINA GARZA KAYLA FOSTER

BUSINESS OPERATIONS MANAGER BUSINESS MANAGER ASST. BUSINESS MANAGER PR MANAGER SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER

KAITLIN CASTILLO CHRISTINA RODRIGUEZ SARAH FRANCESKI GENESIS COSME ELIANA LITOS

ADVISER EDITORIAL RANDY STANO FINANCIAL DEAN STEVE PRIEPKE PUBLISHING REP STEPHANIE SHERMAN

NEW STAFF MEMBER Seniors Alize Ramirez-Canas, Sabrina Cheikhali, junior Kaitlin Castillo and sophomore Morgan Thomson visit the Aquarium of the Pacific during the ACP conference in Long Beach, California. Photo by Randy Stano

WE ALSO COULDN'T HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT... KELLY ZAHNEN, KYLE BOURKE, MICHAEL LENNON AND ZACH SILBERBERG

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IT'S GREAT TO BE A MIAMI HURRICANE Sebastian the Ibis gives the new class of 2021 a warm welcome as he performs in front of the band and Hurricanettes. Photo by Jenny Abreu

With a wealth of new experiences and opportunities at their fingertips, students were asked how their experience shaped their life in ways they couldn't have imagined

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Growing up in Coral Gables, UM was like a second home. it was comforting that I would be going there for college. I did not expect to constantly be pulled out of my comfort zone. at orientation, a shy person like me was pushed to try new things, meet new people, and speak up about my opinions. All of these were honestly activities I would have skipped, if not for my counselors and peers who inspired and reassured me. This marked the beginning of my transition into the person I am today, a person who has overcome fears thanks to UM." AMANDA LOPEZ-CARDET, SENIOR

"UM INTRODUCED ME TO TALENTED AND CREATIVE PEOPLE IN MY FIELD THAT HELPED ME MAKE A CRUCIAL STEP TOWARDS MY DESIRED CAREER AS AN ARTIST AND DESIGNER. WITHOUT UM I WOULD NOT BE AS ADVANCED OR SKILLED IN MY CHOSEN FIELD. THE FACULTY AND STUDENTS ARE ONE OF A KIND, TRULY LIFE CHANGING" ANA GONZALEZ, SENIOR

"UM changed my life by introducing me to so many inspiring people. I’m constantly surrounded by people I admire who make me want to live my best life. I have never been happier or seen so many possibilities for my future, and the people I met here have made that possible." CINDY MAY, SENIOR

"IT TAUGHT ME TO BE WHO I REALLY WAS. PEOPLE DON’T JUDGE YOU, THEY WANT TO BE FRIENDS AND HAVE GREAT TIME AND SHARE THE BIG MOMENTS WITH YOU." ALYSSA BASDAVANOS, SENIOR

"UM gave me the chance to be involved in various orgs, allowed me to take leadership roles, study abroad in the Galapagos Islands, travel to nationwide conferences and meet my lifelong best friends. The 'U' truly made me a better person; one that is educated, independent, well-rounded, open minded and accepting to all the diversity. Going away to college at 17, nervous and not knowing anyone to now being a college graduate at 21 with degrees in exercise physiology and biology. UM helped me find my way and come out of my shell, showing me I can accomplish anything." NICOLETTE RUTA, SENIOR

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HUG ME IBIS Sebastian the Ibis congratulates senior Spencer Wright who was one of the graduating Sebastians, with a hug. Photo by Jenny Abreu

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The university has taught me how to be disciplined and self-motivated. You're left with a lot of down time, so it's on you to decide what to do with it. I have a greater awareness of how hard I will need to work to have any chance of succeeding in the future." DANIEL PALMA , SOPHOMORE

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HOW DID THE 'U' TURN YOUR LIFE AROUND? "The exposure to architecture and the profession and the college experience in general fostered my growth as a person by allowing me to discover what I truly love and the people whom I like to surround myself with." AVLEIGH DU , SENIOR

"The opportunity to study at the acclaimed Frost School of Music has been so incredibly exciting and impactful. The faculty and staff offer an educational experience that is unparalleled. They take their time to make sure you truly understand not only the purpose of what they are teaching but also the application. The Media Writing and Production program faculty have truly shaped the way I think about, hear, and write music. the MWP program has truly prepared me to step into my dream career of a film and video game composer." KATHLEEN DOSTALER, SENIOR

"FROM THE SECOND I JOINED THE 'CANES FAMILY I WAS IMMEDIATELY CHANGED. DURING CANESFEST I SIGNED UP FOR 42 CLUBS AND NARROWED IT DOWN TO THE 4-5 I WAS REALLY INTERESTED IN. FROM THEN ON, I'VE GONE SCUBA DIVING IN THE KEYS, WAKE BOARDING IN TEXAS, REPRESENTED THE 'U' IN CONFERENCES IN OHIO, MET THE CEOS OF FORTUNE 500 COMPANIES, AND EVEN MET MARSHMELLO! THE FRIENDS I HAVE MET ALONG MY JOURNEY, THE PLACES I'VE BEEN AND THE LIFE LESSONS I HAVE LEARNED HAVE SHAPED WHO I AM TODAY AND HOW I AM GOING TO LIVE MY LIFE GOING FORWARD. I AM GOING TO EXPLORE THE WORLD, FOLLOW MY PASSIONS, PROMOTE THE 'U,' AND ALWAYS WORK MY HARDEST. IT'S BECAUSE THE IMPACT THE 'U' HAS MADE ON ME, THAT I GET TO BE A BETTER ME IN THE FUTURE. " MICAELA STONER, SOPHOMORE

"UM HAS GAVE ME A BUNCH OF OPPORTUNITIES WITHIN ORGANIZATIONS, RESEARCH, AND EDUCATION THAT HAVE HELPED ME GROW TOWARDS MY PERSONAL AND CAREER GOALS." JARELIS CABRERA, SOPHOMORE

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HEART OF CAMPUS Standing at 7-feet and weighing nearly a thousand pounds, the "U" statue reminds the community of the university's spirit and traditions. Located next to the Rock, the statue is a popular location to take a photo. Photo by Jenny Abreu


COLOPHON The Ibis is the official yearbook of the University of Miami and is staffed entirely by students. Its editorial content does not necessarily reflect the views of the University of Miami. It is a fall delivery yearbook that covers the period between June 2017 and June 2018. Students were identified by year at the time of page production. The 2018 Ibis is 432 full-color pages with a press run of 4,500. It features seven sections: lifestyles, academics, sports, greeks, organizations, people and closing. All pages were printed on 100 pound glossy enamel stock. Apple Macintosh OS X computers using Adobe Creative Cloud software (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and Bridge) were used to design and submit all pages. Pages were submitted electronically via Balfour Tools Adobe extension. Student portraits within the people section were taken by Lifetouch Studios on campus by Mike Ellis. Current event photos in the lifestyles section were provided by MCT Campus/Tribune Content Agency. The Ibis holds membership in Columbia Scholastic Press Association, Associated Collegiate Press and College Media Association. The 2017 Ibis was awarded 53 Gold Circles. It has also been named a Yearbook Pacemaker Finalist by the ACP. Rakesly, Voltage, Roboto and Gotham served as the major fonts. Headlines varied between all fonts at a range of point sizes and weights. Subheads were set in Roboto Black at 13 pt. on 15 pt. leading. Body copy was set in Gotham Book at 8.5 pt. on 13 pt. leading. Bylines were in Roboto Medium 7 pt. on 10 pt. leading. Captions were Roboto Regular at 8 pt. over 10 pt. leading. Photography credits were in Roboto Italic at 7 pt. over 10 pt. leading. Folio sections and topics were in Roboto Black and Rakesly Regular respectively at 12 pt. The folio page numbers were in Rakesly Regular at 18 pt. The 2017 Ibis was printed by Balfour Publishing Company in Dallas, Texas. The cover was photographed by Kristian DelRosario and designed by Casey Lue. The cover graphics were embossed and UV varnished. The endsheets were designed by Casey Lue and printed in full color.

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BIGGEST ‘U’ The class of 2021 gathers to form the biggest “U,” with half of them wearing green shirts and the other half wearing orange. Photo by Jenny Abreu