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Art Basel Miami Beach on a student budget
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Art Basel Miami Beach on a student budget

The spotlight is officially shining brightly on Miami. For weeks, the city has been buzzing in anticipation of the 10th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach, running through Sunday. Crowds of editors, collectors, gallery owners, socialites, celebrities, designers, artists and other creative types have poured into what is currently the most talked about destination on…

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News Briefs 10/27

A POLITICAL VISIT Condoleezza Rice, former National Security Adviser and Secretary of State under the George W. Bush administration, is scheduled to speak to students on Nov. 3 at 1 p.m. in the BankUnited Center Fieldhouse. Rice will discuss her career in Washington and her new book, “No Higher Honor – A Memoir of My…

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Nightlife madness on Halloween weekend

Dressed as a 1960s Pan Am stewardess or a stylish adman from the scenes of “Mad Men,” your Halloween costume should be designed for the endless slew of late-night soirees headed for the Magic City this weekend. Just last week, party-goers flocked to Miami Beach for a DJ-fueled kickoff at LIV with Dirty Harry, Bobby…

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Fraternity raises funds to repair chapter’s house

Lambda Chi Alpha brothers met at their fraternity house on San Amaro Drive last Friday to celebrate the culmination of summer-long efforts made to preserve the history and future of the chapter’s house, a push that led to an approximate $93,000 alumni-driven donation. The weekend barbecue was planned to thank the alumni for their financial…

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News briefs 10/24

FOOD DAY The Office of Civic and Community Engagement will host its first ever Food Day on Monday to discuss food-related issues, and promote healthy and sustainable food patterns. There will be a Farmers Market on the Rock from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and screenings of food justice movies from 7 to 10 p.m….

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News briefs- 10/20

HOMECOMING CONCERT TICKETS On Thursday, students with a valid Cane Card will be able to pick up one ticket for the Homecoming Concert from the UC ticket window from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Students will be able to choose between a general admission ticket or a general seats ticket. Students may pick up one…

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Revised policy limits alcohol consumption

A silent uproar has quickly spread among Greek students in response to recent alterations to fraternity house party policies. Fraternities are particularly disgruntled by a new alcohol regulation instituted by the Dean of Students Office that limits partygoers from the previous six-beer maximum to a four-beer maximum. According to the policy, people wishing to consume…

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News briefs 10/17

DONUTS FOR A CAUSE Order Krispy Kreme donuts from the Office of the Controller to support United Way. To order, call 305-284-4656, or email rrichards@miami.edu or bpope@miami.edu. The donuts will be ready for pickup on the first floor of the Gables One Tower on Thursday from 8:30 to 10 a.m. One dozen donuts are $7….

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New park brings greener grass to downtown Miami

Nestled in the concrete heart of downtown Miami, a new environmentally-friendly green space is scheduled to open by the end of October or the beginning of November. Grand Central Park, as the location is called, is expected to attract locals and tourists alike to an outdoor space designed for public events, festivals, farmers markets and…

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News briefs: 10/13

MIXED MARTIAL ARTS Mixed martial arts are headed to the BankUnited Center (BUC) on Saturday at 8 p.m. The main fights will showcase Marcus Davis against Chuck O’Neil and Luis Palomino against Edson Berto. Tickets for students are $25 and are available at ticketmaster.com, the BUC Ticketmaster window or by calling 1-800-745-3000. HOPE FOR VISION…

Wall Street protests hit home
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Wall Street protests hit home

The national unemployment rate is 9.1 percent, 46.2 million Americans are living below the official poverty line and the median household income has fallen 6.7 percent to $49,909. As a result, demonstrations speaking out against government corruption and the current state of the economy have sprouted across the United States and have now reached Miami….

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Campus joins anti-‘fat-talk’ campaign

From Vogue to ELLE, Bravo to MTV, the perception of women’s beauty never changes – a delicate bone structure, thin, flawless thighs and a size-0 waist. Just from walking across campus, it’s easy to listen to women complain about their body structure: “Do I look fat in this?” or “I wish I was skinnier.” But,…

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