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Photo Gallery: April Weekend Recap

Check out some of the many exciting events from the first weekend of April:

Junior Danny New performs at the Coral Gables Comedy Festival Thursday evening in Cosford Cinema. The festival showcased over 30 local comedians and a portion of the proceeds benefitted the University of Miami School of Communication. New, the only UM student to perform, was recently chosen out of 5,000 applicants to intern at The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon this summer. New also writes, produces, and stars in NewsBlast, a news show filmed in 90-second installments. Evelyn Choi // Staff Photographer

Junior Danny New performs at the Coral Gables Comedy Festival Thursday evening in Cosford Cinema. The festival showcased more than 30 local comedians and a portion of the proceeds benefitted the University of Miami School of Communication. New, the only UM student to perform, was recently chosen out of 5,000 applicants to intern at The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon this summer. New also writes, produces and stars in NewsBlast, a news show filmed in 90-second installments. Evelyn Choi // Staff Photographer

Bryan Ensel and sophomore Matthew Bernanke get "pied" in the face by sophomore Noureen Ahmed Friday on the Rock to raise money for the American Cancer Society as part of UM's Relay for Life fundraiser. Among those who could be pied were Relay for Life committee members and Eaton Residential College Residential Assistants. Relay for Life will culminate Friday, April 8, on the Foote Green with the annual Survivors Lap, Caregivers Lap, and Luminaria Ceremony. This year's theme is "Paint the U Cancer Free" and the event will feature games, food, and entertainment. Giancarlo Falconi // Staff Photographer

Bryan Ensel and sophomore Matthew Bernanke get “pied” in the face by sophomore Noureen Ahmed Friday on the Rock to raise money for the American Cancer Society as part of UM’s Relay for Life fundraiser. Among those who could be pied were Relay for Life committee members and Eaton Residential College Residential Assistants. Relay for Life will culminate Friday, April 8, on the Foote Green with the annual Survivors Lap, Caregivers Lap, and Luminaria Ceremony. This year’s theme is “Paint the U Cancer Free” and the event will feature games, food and entertainment. Giancarlo Falconi // Staff Photographer

Junior Sammie Starling helps garden at the Food Forest Kickoff hosted by the CommUnity Garden and the Miami BCM Friday afternoon at Miami BCM. Shreya Chidarala // Staff Photographers

Junior Sammie Starling helps garden at the Food Forest Kickoff hosted by the CommUnity Garden and the Miami BCM Friday afternoon at Miami BCM. Shreya Chidarala // Staff Photographers

Seniors walk along the baseball field at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light during the Senior Walk hosted by Category 5 Friday night. Kawan Amelung // Staff Photographer

Seniors walk along the baseball field at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light during the Senior Walk hosted by Category 5 Friday night. Kawan Amelung // Staff Photographer

Attendees pose for a picture at “The Gatsby Affair” Commencement Ball Saturday night at the Fieldhouse. Hunter Crenian // Contributing Photographer

Attendees pose for a picture at “The Gatsby Affair” Commencement Ball Saturday night at the Fieldhouse. Hunter Crenian // Contributing Photographer

Seniors celebrate their upcoming graduation Saturday evening at the Commencement Ball. Hunter Crenian // Contributing Photographer

Seniors celebrate their upcoming graduation Saturday evening at the Commencement Ball. Hunter Crenian // Contributing Photographer

Members of CERT attend to a participant on a stretcher after removing her from a simulated car crash Sunday morning during the CERT Disaster Readiness Exercise. Giancarlo Falconi // Staff Photographer

Members of CERT attend to a participant on a stretcher after removing her from a simulated car crash Sunday morning during the CERT Disaster Readiness Exercise. Giancarlo Falconi // Staff Photographer

April 3, 2016

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