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In a sense, no images are permanent. No one person could possibly remember all the events and happen- ings of a particular period in time. Personal memo- ries are the best one can hope for to recall their most significant times. The primary objective of this book, however, is to serve as a timeless record of the vast aspects of life at the University of Miami during the 1989 school One of the most popular and con- venient forms of campus transpor- tation is a bicycle. Before class in the Whitten Learning Center, sophomore Amy Wildgrube locks her bike to one of the racks out- side. year. Though the numer- ous stories can resurrect forgotten memories, noth- ing is as powerfully re- mindful than a photo- graph. Even though the hundreds of pictures in this book capture less than one minute in time, they keep an entire year alive. « Of course, there are those instances that are ev- erlastingly etched in our minds. To freshmen, this one year made more of an impact on their lives than any other year before. Al- though there were a num- ber of commuters, this was, for most freshmen, their first prolonged time away from home. They were forced to make adust- ments in their personal li- festyles and take full re- sponsibility of themselves. Students arriving on campus in August were placed in one of five Resi- dential Colleges, the newest of which being Ma- honey. Once they were filled, some 300 unfortu- nate students that were left without a room were moved to the Holiday Inn and the Biltmore Hotel; Miami ' s " temporary dor- mitories. " As the fall se- mester proceeded, these dorms became less tempo- rary as a handful of stu- dents remained in a hotel into November. Freshmen were wel- 1 1 E.; YJF - ? ■ IEI " f ■■ -• It SmiStU B| EV 1 M ■■■ Ei ■SS Si B H H KbH 1 l l H 9 IH Hit Hu ' ' ' ' L " I H Hfl ft H B w iiiSSiiiii ?■ 1? 1 £ HUmP i lg photos by Mike DiBari During the week of mid-terms, ev- In the early morning, two of the ery opportunity is taken for last minute cramming. In the palm court outside the Engineering School, a student finds time to study for an upcoming test. campus ' most familiar sites, Mc- Donald and Rosborough Towers, are reflected on the calm water of Lake Osceola. 2 Opening
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mmi mM comed to the world of aca- demic administration a short time later when their fall registration began. Though used the previous spring semester, OSCAR, the new computer registra- tion system, was put to a more complete test with the incoming freshman class. What was intended to be a benefit to students resulted in eight hour long waits for some of approxi- mately 1800 freshmen needing to register. The lines, however, were not blamed on the computer, but on the organization of the process itself. Varsity cheerleaders Maggie Car- vajal, Dantee Navarro, and Kim Partner lead the cheerleaders and the Sunsations onto the Orange Bowl field before the defending national champion Hurricanes meet Wisconsin. Hours of preparation and practice are put into each carefully choreo- graphed march. Junior drum major Tim Gallagher leads the Band of the Hour, dressed in new uniforms, in a halftime performance at the Orange Bowl. For the more sports ori- ented, this was to be a prime year for Miami. Fresh off of a national championship, the Hurri- cane football team began the season with high goals. Ranked as highly as sec- ond, by Sports Illustrated, Miami opened its season ;k crushing the nation ' s con- sensus preseason number one team, Florida State, 31-0. Nevertheless, on Oc- Long hours of strenuous practice go into improving various routines each week in preparation for the upcoming football game. Varsity cheerleaders Jacqui Allegue and Dantee Navarro encourage the crowd ' s support of a Miami touch- down drive. 4 Opening
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