Singers, guitarists and other musical performances kicked off night four of Orientation Week for members of the Class of 2021 as new ‘Canes showcased their talents during the CaneStage New Student Talent Show at the Rathskeller Thursday night. The annual talent show, hosted by the CaneStage Theatre Company, is one of the most popular events…
As first-year students, the worst is already done – you’ve picked where you’ll spend the next few years, stressed over what classes to choose and tried to start memorizing your C-number. However, the overflow of orange and green is just beginning. Welcome to ‘Cane Kickoff! While the residents are decorating their dorms and international students…
Former University of Miami Dean of Students William Sandler, Jr. died on Aug. 6 leaving behind a legacy as the school’s longest serving dean. Sandler, who was 83, spent more than half of his lifetime working at UM. In 1962, he was hired on as the university’s counselor of men. With time, Sandler moved up…
After nearly a 10-year hiatus from the spotlight of popular music, Ms. Lauryn Hill, with the help of Hurricane Productions, will commence her return to the forefront of hip-hop culture with a headlining performance at the Homecoming concert Nov. 5 on the university green.
The role of an opening act for any concert is typically straightforward: Get the crowd energized for the headliner. At the 2010 Homecoming Concert, however, no fan in attendance will be more excited than Atlanta rapper Donnis, chosen as the opener for the biggest night of the year at the University of Miami.
Miami loses series to arch rival Noles
Canes lose Friday night 7-1, Canes win Saturday night 9-6, Canes lose Sunday afternoon 4-2.
Dance teams from universities all over the country will invade the city this weekend for the third annual Miami Mayhem dance competition organized by the Indian Student Association at the University of Miami.
A baseball team visiting from the frigid northeast opened its season in Coral Gables for the second consecutive weekend, and just like their predecessors, the Jaspers of Manhattan College flew home unhappy with both the weather and results. In a chilly weekend affair, the 10th-ranked Miami Hurricanes won their second consecutive series, taking two out of three games and improving to 5-1 on the young season.
Make no mistake about it: Smoke’t is no Shorty’s. The new kid on the block, choosing refined over refried, doesn’t attempt to replicate the atmosphere of the popular veteran. Instead, Smoke’t fuses creativity with southern culture in a menu that boasts intriguing appetizers and an outstanding beer list.