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Here's what you need to know this week. 

UM unites to help Bahamians in need


Hurricane Dorian avoided Coral Gables, but that doesn't mean the storm is out of our minds. Several UM organizations are collecting supplies to benefit hurricane victims in the Bahamas, scattering donation boxes around campus and asking Canes to help our neighbors in the Caribbean. 
PLUS: Find out how UM professors are providing sustainable housing solutions for those displaced by the hurricane.

Hint: They're using shipping containers. Read the full story here.

"We should all be focusing our attention on how we can help our friends in the Caribbean, not just because it could have been us, but because we are humans and we can empathize."

The TMH editorial staff is calling everyone to action: Do what you can to help the Bahamas. Read more about why it's our responsibility to help those in need.

PLUS: American citizens are notoriously patriotic, so why don't corporations share the same sentiment? Read one columnist's take on why the U.S. needs more economic patriotism.

The Hurricanes are struggling... 


The Canes lost again, starting the season 0-2 for the first time since 1978. Our assistant sports editor analyzed what went wrong and suggested how the team can improve for its upcoming home opener. Read the complete commentary here.

PLUS: The women's soccer team opened the season with a tie against San Diego State University and UM volleyball dominated the Hurricane Invitational

Ultra is coming home 


The Ultra music festival will be returning to its iconic location in Bayfront Park, and many students are excited about it. Read more here.

PLUS: Have you been listening to "Norman F*cking Rockwell!" on repeat like we have? Check out our music reviewer explain why Lana Del Rey's new album exceeds expectations
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