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PHOTO BRIEF: Dog wash
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PHOTO BRIEF: Dog wash

The Pre-Vetrinary U Society hosted its second dog wash on Friday, March 5, at campus. The Pre-Vetrinary U Society's president, Amy Muehlmatt said, "Second dog wash we've had. We're going to hopefully do it again before the semester is over". All of the proceeds for the dog wash go to a non-profit Cat Network.
PHOTO BRIEF: Monkeying around
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PHOTO BRIEF: Monkeying around

GOOFY GIRL: Kirstie Killen, of Louisiana Tech University’s Baptist Collegiate Ministry, poses on the Rock while on an alternative spring break. The group tabled in the UC breezeway last Thursday offering iced coffee with students dressed as a monkey and banana to promote a kickball tournament fundraiser for Haiti.
PHOTO BRIEF: B.A.M. fashion show
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PHOTO BRIEF: B.A.M. fashion show

Senior Tia Dawkins-Hendricks participated in the B.A.M. fashion show last Friday. The Black Awareness Month Fashion show, entitled, Insomi-chic: Fashion Never Sleeps, was the culmination to month long string of events to celebrate Black History Month here at the University of Miami. The month had a broad range of events from forums to concerts. From...
PHOTO BRIEF: Miss UM pageant 2010
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PHOTO BRIEF: Miss UM pageant 2010

Mike Duncan // The Miami Hurricane The Miss University of Miami of Pageant was held Tuesday evening at Gusman Concert Hall. The theme of this year’s scholarship pageant was “famous” and eight women from all backgrounds of study competed this year. Ke’ala Kamalu won the title as Miss University of Miami this year, and she…

PHOTO BRIEF: BAM day of service
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PHOTO BRIEF: BAM day of service

Sophomore Adekemi Akinwole helps a student read. As part of Black Awareness Month (BAM), several volunteers from UM went to the Overtown Youth Center to tutor kids and host a carnival on Saturday, February 06, 2010. All the practice sheets were based on prominent events in black history. Cayla Nimmo//The Miami Hurricane
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