Collection ASU0148 - Preserving U: University of Miami Hurricanes Heritage Campaign reports

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Preserving U: University of Miami Hurricanes Heritage Campaign reports


  • 2005 (Creation)


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Founded in 1925, the University of Miami is a private research university with more than 15,000 students from around the world. It comprises 12 schools and colleges serving undergraduate and graduate students in more than 180 majors and programs.

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The collection Preserving U: University of Miami Hurricanes Heritage Campaign contains 7 reports written in 2005 by the Alumni Team, Campus Team, Campus Media Team, Iron Arrow Team (2 reports), Media Team, and Student Government Team.

The campaign to collect memorabilia and preserve university history was a joint effort by Iron Arrow, the University of Miami libraries, the University of Miami Alumni Association, and Dr. Tilson's public relations campaigns classes.

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Vol. 1 / Alumni Team (Ricki Tabatchnick, Bridget Dadd, Jessica Cohen, Patricia Elizee)

Vol. 2 / Campus Team (Nathalie Czaykowski, Sarah Goldfarb, Francine Madera, Bianca Raborg)

Vol. 3 / Campus Media Team (Chrissy Maresca, jennifer Rodriguez, Valerie Btesh, Aranzazu de Lera)

Vol. 4 / Iron Arrow Team (Alejandra Fernandez-Tapias, Vanessa Puig, Courtney Quale, Chrissy Wright)

Vol. 5 / Iron Arrow Team Final Report (Kathryn Snelgrove, Lauren Taub, Symera Cruz, Erin Johns)

Vol. 6 / Media Team (Athena Calderon-Scott, Marcy Conner, Erick Lasecka)

Vol. 7 / Student Government Team (Cristi Busto, Corinne Guerra, Cassandra Lorusso, Luz Soto) Their report is titled Ibis Trail. They also produced a brochure "A Historical Walking Guide" of the Main Campus.

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