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New Frost faculty reunite to showcase musical talents
Academics, News

New Frost faculty reunite to showcase musical talents

Pianist Evelyne Brancart and violinist Charles Castleman are no strangers to the music world, or to each other.  The duo previously worked together in performances and now their paths are overlapping once again at the Frost School of Music. The two left their old universities to join Frost’s staff this fall. Though both at times…

Event, movie addresses rape culture
Community, Edge

Event, movie addresses rape culture

Freshman Alexis McDonald organized the event “Vagina, Vagina, Vagina”  held on Thursday night in the Stanford Master’s Apartment in support of April’s Sexual Assault Awareness month. The occasion drew in a crowd of nearly 40 students who were intrigued about the wonders of vaginas. The aspiring activist felt that even though this event was mandatory…

Top tips and tunes for tidying up for spring
Edge

Top tips and tunes for tidying up for spring

It’s that time of year again, when the rest of the country is experiencing a thaw and you haven’t seen your floor since before Christmas break. Even though we live in a place of endless summer, it’s time to do some spring cleaning – dorm style. Pretty soon, you’ll be packing up your things and…

Edge, Movies

Veteran visits movie viewing

It’s not every day that the star of a documentary attends the film’s screening. But on Monday, March 3, three years after losing his limbs in an IED explosion, veteran Travis Mills attended a screening of the documentary based on his life at Cosford Cinema. Despite the tragedy, Mills, 28, was in good spirits. “Every…

‘Floyd Collins’ traps audience with heavy drama
Edge, Theater

‘Floyd Collins’ traps audience with heavy drama

College students and residents of Coral Gables braved the storm Wednesday night to watch University of Miami students yodel, squeeze into tight spaces and define the American Dream at the opening night of the Ring Theatre’s production of “Floyd Collins.” The musical made its original debut at the American Music Theatre festival in Philadelphia in…

Latin Grammy Award winner draws diverse crowd, impresses audience
Edge, Music

Latin Grammy Award winner draws diverse crowd, impresses audience

An audience of old, young, local and visiting attendees crowded the University of Miami’s Gusman Concert Hall on Friday night for a serenading performance from singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade as a part of Festival Miami. Lafourcade, a three-time Latin Grammy winner, is originally from Mexico. Her most recent album, “Hasta la Raiz (To the Root),” debuted…

14 must-do things in 2014
Edge

14 must-do things in 2014

It’s 2014 and time to stick to your resolutions–past January 2nd. College is the perfect time to change up your routine and branch out in directions you never have before. This year, spice things up and make a resolution to do all of the Miami Hurricane’s “Top 14 things U Must Do in 2014.” Take…

Should we question paying underdog teams?
Opinion

Should we question paying underdog teams?

There are advantages to being one of the worst football teams in the country. For one, it means the team gets tons of publicity all thanks to the best teams in the country who have kicked their butts once again. Even though everyone knows about how much the team sucks, with this publicity, comes great amounts of money. That’s because…

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