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Overpass construction expected to begin in March
Community, Featured, News

Overpass construction expected to begin in March

The Coral Gables community got a peek at the plans for a new overpass to be built over U.S. 1 highway Tuesday night at a public meeting at the Coral Gables War Memorial Youth Center. The structure will stretch from the University Metrorail Station to Mariposa Court, where Citibank and TGI Fridays are located. Construction…

Theater catalog captures Holocaust history for future
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Theater catalog captures Holocaust history for future

Actors in theater embody intangible ideas, like love or death, and make them feel inexplicably real or even personal. Such is how Holocaust history will live on once the survivors are gone. An audience gathered Tuesday evening at the Cosford Cinema to witness the launch of the Holocaust Theater Catalog, an online database dedicated to…

Conference blends diversity, leadership with comedy
Campus Life, Featured, News

Conference blends diversity, leadership with comedy

Aspiring leaders gathered Saturday morning at the Student Activities Center for Canes LEAD, a one-day leadership conference featuring workshops, speeches, Adele sing-alongs and salsa dancing. Canes LEAD (Learn, Empower, Aspire, Discover) brought together students and administration to encourage community activism and diversity. Workshop topics included gender roles in society, effective communication and key leadership steps…

Resolve to change past the new year
Opinion

Resolve to change past the new year

The new year has begun, and time is already ticking. People put pen to paper as they list resolutions they want to accomplish before the year’s end. I too, am one of these people, creating a laundry list of goals, but I can’t help but feel a strong sense of deja vu. Everything’s the same:…

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