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Introducing the 'New Miami'

The Hurricanes kicked off the 150th season of college football with a four-point loss against the Florida Gators. But despite the final score, our assistant sports editor says the Canes showed a lot of potential. Can head coach Manny Diaz lead the "New Miami" to victory? Read our full analysis here.

PLUS: UM's on-campus bar, the Rathskeller, hosted a football watch party that attracted crowds of student fans. Excitement filled the room from beginning to end as Canes cheered on their favorite team.

How UM students spent their summer

With experiences ranging from a baptism in Israel to an internship at the White House, UM students were traveling, working and learning this summer. UM also sponsored several summer study abroad programs, including trips to London and Switzerland. So regardless of where they were, Canes were keeping busy.

"The wildfires are foreboding in nature: We are in a time of rapid change that is threatening our existence. Coupled with actions of deforestation, harmful waste management and emission of chemicals that erode our ozone layer, our environment is suffering. "

Fires are blazing through the Amazon, displacing indigenous tribes and harming the forest's vital ecosystems. So this week, the TMH editorial staff is discussing the problem and calling our world leaders to action: Prioritize our environment now, before it's too late. Read the full editorial here.

PLUS: Is violence an inevitable part of American life? One of our columnist's is willing to bet that mass shootings won't stop until we change our gun laws, and another columnist is talking about how police brutality affects communities of color

'IT' director Andrés Muschietti on 'IT Chapter Two' and why fans connect to the story

Our Edge editor talked to "IT Chapter Two" director Andrés Muschietti about ending a story that captured the attention of audiences around the world. What was his favorite scene to film? Read the full article to find out.
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