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Outreach center supports autistic community
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Outreach center supports autistic community

Senior Taylor Owen spent the last two years working as a student research assistant in UM’s Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD). Aside from working on large-scale research projects, CARD allowed Owens to interact with families that come to CARD in search of resources. “My most rewarding experience from working and volunteering at CARD…

Net-Zero works to improve water sustainability
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Net-Zero works to improve water sustainability

Eric Antmann, a graduate student in environmental engineering, compares the recycled water in the net-zero building at the University Village (UV)  to bottled mineral water. “Because of the recycling system, this is actually similar to a high-quality mineral water,” he said. “It’s give or take the same mineral level as San Pellegrino.” Antmann is part…

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Wynwood’s art sticks

Looking to satisfy your creative side this weekend? There’s no better place to visit than the Wynwood Art District. Wynwood is composed of more than 60 galleries showcasing some of the best paintings, photography, sculpture and multimedia. The art isn’t just for inside gallery walls; the whole area has been transformed into one big canvas…

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Esquire Comics owner discusses the importance of law in pop culture

Attorney and avid comic dealer Mark Zaid stopped by the University of Miami’s School of Law on Oct. 1 to discuss the intricate relationship between law and pop culture, particularly dealing with comics. Zaid, who is also the owner of Esquire Comics, almost seems like a modern-day superhero as he specializes in matters of national security…

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Faculty member, school honored by prestigious business journal

A study recently published in The Management International Review recognized the University of Miami and its faculty as some of the best in the world in the field of international business. The Management International Review is an economic journal that deals with several aspects in the field of international management. Research members reached their results by…

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Gypsies, jousts and magical feasts

The Renaissance Festival makes its way to Miami every year, and it’s a sight to see. Usually passing through in late March to early April, you’ll get the chance to joust, wear a crown, and even feed a bear. Although it may seem like an unconventional way to spend the weekend, it’s definitely worth stepping…

Festival returns with bears, fencing, body art
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Festival returns with bears, fencing, body art

The Renaissance Festival has made its return to Miami. For a few weeks, you’ll get the chance to joust, wear a crown and even feed a bear. Although it may seem like an unconventional way to spend the weekend, it’s definitely worth stepping out of your comfort zone to experience the festivities the event has…

Hippies unite at global EarthDance festival
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Hippies unite at global EarthDance festival

Welcome to the hippie movement of the 21st century. The EarthDance Miami festival at Seventh Circuit Studios was part of a simultaneous international celebration that occurred on Saturday in over 350 global locations. The event merged arts, health and environmental awareness with its conscious-culture workshops, performances and vendors. The most prominent aspect of EarthDance was…

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