Canes are back on campus, and so is The Miami Hurricane. Here's what you need to know this week. 

'Cane Kickoff ushers in new students

Last week, the University of Miami hosted the annual 'Cane Kickoff orientation program, which welcomed more than 2,800 new Canes to campus. The main programming spanned five days and included events ranging from information sessions to dance parties. 

"We should not underestimate the power of our mind. Some of us have already told ourselves that this semester will be different, and that is the first step. Acknowledging that things need to be different is powerful."

This week, the TMH editorial staff tackled the power of change and why it's important for students to start off their semester strong. From thoroughly reading the syllabus to finally investing in a planner, read more of our tips here.

PLUS: In his first "Frenkly Speaking" column of the year, President Frenk offered words of wisdom to new and returning students, saying "insight and commitment require determination and drive. As a new academic year gets underway, I encourage you to look beyond daily to-do lists."

Six tips for staying healthy in college

We've all been there— feeling stressed, sluggish and just plain terrible. Staying healthy is hard, but finding time for self care can be especially challenging among the chaos of college life. Luckily, our Edge editor has got you covered, sharing six great tips that will keep you looking good and, more importantly, feeling your best.

New era of UM football to begin Saturday

In a surprise turn, Jarren Williams was named the Hurricanes' starting quarterback for the 2019 season. This Saturday, as the Hurricanes face off against the Gators in their season opener, Williams and head coach Manny Diaz will debut in their new roles, marking the beginning of a new era of UM football. Our assistant sports editor shared his commentary and predictions here
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