Miami Hurricane Stories from the current online edition of Miami Hurricane. en-us Mon, 28 Apr 2008 04:00:00 GMT Mon, 28 Apr 2008 14:37:14 GMT 20 Foundation being laid for the next decade at UM While students are taking final exams on May 2, the University of Miami Board of Trustees will meet to vote on a plan that could impact every aspect of the university in the next 10 years. Among the proposals are goals for the university to expand research and graduate programs, increase on-campus housing and provide more flexibility for students to choose classes in schools outside their major. 98bdf568-30ce-4a7e-9a05-a2c91785f96d Mon, 28 Apr 2008 04:00:00 GMT News 4/28/08 Provost's plan sets goals for academics, campus, research Nick Maslow // Of The Staff Campus News Thoughts on the University of Miami's changing reputation Matt Hall<br /> <br /> Matt Hall visited UM when he was a senior in high school. After his tour, he knew he had to come here. "There were so many hot girls in my tour group." Now, as Matt is ready to graduate this spring, he does not see the same school he came to. "With our rising standards and Shalala trying to make it a good school, we're getting smarter and less attractive, and it's so disappointing. 9d70f8bd-de6f-499a-8a59-a952e6986856 Mon, 28 Apr 2008 04:00:00 GMT News 4/28/08 Colleen Dourney and Justin Lichtenstaedter // Contributing News Writers Campus News Master plan for campus adds residential options At some point during the past year, it is very likely that many students have heard of or complained about the university's plans to tear down the Rathskeller, but not many people know about the master plan to change the entire look of campus within the next 15 years. 8502543e-09ae-4e06-8fce-de99e2251d29 Mon, 28 Apr 2008 04:00:00 GMT News 4/28/08 Lindsay Noris // Contributing News Writer Campus News Meal plan costs to rise 4.5 percent for next year In addition to an increase in tuition, Auxiliary Services plans to increase the cost of all meal plans by 4.5 percent for the 2008-09 academic year. The decision was made by the Board of Trustees, the members of which determine all university fees, said assistant vice president for Auxiliary Services Mel Tenen. 8bf1bfa1-e1bf-44d0-b823-ef4c0f688713 Mon, 28 Apr 2008 04:00:00 GMT News 4/28/08 New 'Kosher 8' meal plan to be created Najwa-Monique Sharpe // Contributing News Writer Campus News Student jogger's assault claim fabricated The 21-year-old University of Miami student who claimed to have been assaulted and threatened by an attacker with a knife admitted she had falsified the story and had inflicted the wounds on herself, police said Thursday. The student, whose name is not being released, told police that a man with a knife had attempted to steal her jewelry while she was jogging last Friday on Pisano Avenue near Doctors Hospital, but had fled when she put up a fight. 46502071-da9d-4c7c-8462-45388075896f Mon, 28 Apr 2008 04:00:00 GMT News 4/28/08 Police say female's wounds were all self-inflicted Chelsea Kate Isaacs // Assistant News Editor Campus News Famous alumni: Miami's jewel in the Emperor's ring If a client's got the money, one former University of Miami student could provide the women. Cecil "Katie" Suwal has been accused of controlling money for the escort service used by former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer. Suwal, 23, attended UM from fall 2003 to spring 2004, Six years ago, Suwal was a senior at the prestigious Blair Academy in Warren County, N. 4af28a57-914e-4df5-8449-664015a4e4b5 Mon, 28 Apr 2008 04:00:00 GMT News 4/28/08 Spitzer case has UM connection Erika Capek // Staff News Writer Campus News Deferred recruitment begins in fall The University of Miami is bringing current students a new kind of "rush" in Fall 2008 - deferred r