Danielle Kaslow

Former Cane turned Matchmaker
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Former Cane turned Matchmaker

The third-generation matchmaker and UM graduate of ’83 recently sat down with “The Miami Hurricane” to discuss her college experience and offer advice for those looking for love in Miami.

Taking time to help out
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Taking time to help out

While some students jet off to exotic locales or tan by the pool, a dedicated group of University of Miami Alternative Breaks (UMAB) participants will spend their spring vacation helping others and immersing themselves in a different way of life.

“All the single ladies”
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“All the single ladies”

Forget about gorging yourself on chocolate truffles and chalky candy hearts this Valentine’s Day. If you’re single, have an amazing night out with your girlfriends and own your solo status…

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Fashion 4Word: Hot Date Edition

Got a hot date this week? Your outfit can make or break the evening, and with Valentine’s Day weekend quickly approaching, there is no room for error. Unfortunately some students could use a little help. So what to wear? Try out some of these hot, classic looks to impress the object of your affection…

Get the skinny on staying thin
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Get the skinny on staying thin

Forget about Weight Watchers and don’t call Jenny because you’re fat; Bethenny Frankel knows best and you can read all about it in her New York Times best-sellers Naturally Thin and the newly released The Skinnygirl Dish.

December Lust List
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December Lust List

Even though school’s out until spring semester, your best bitch is still here to help you with some last minute styling advice. Aren’t you lucky? My lust list is a compilation of December’s hottest items and trends….

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The Occasional Bitch takes on Twilight

As the lights dimmed, the room hummed with anticipation and excitement. The crowd psyched itself up for the enthralling show to come, and suddenly the room went wild. No, this isn’t a scene from a Jay-Z concert… it’s a showing of New Moon, the latest flick from the Twilight powerhouse.

Walking Counts
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Walking Counts

Launched two years ago by the Patti and Allan Herbert Wellness Center, Walking Counts is a campaign challenging students and other members of the university community to get moving.

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