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V.Online: Springbreakers or spring breakers?

Spring break. A time to dig your heels in the sand and stick your toes in the water. A time for shopping for seasonal bathing suits and giant hats, all for the sake of standing out in an otherwise overcrowded beach in Miami or Cancun. We seem to forget, as we begin our breaks, that…

V.Online: Hats off to the original!
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V.Online: Hats off to the original!

I’m one of those people that is a firm believer that nothing is ever as good as the first. I don’t like sequels or trilogies and when they change the actors it makes me mad (Re: The Hulk in The Avengers). But the original V wrote me an email recently (sometimes I’m sappy so bear…

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V.Online: Back to reality

Hello there monsters (this is not a Gaga reference, you are actually all giant, college-sized monsters), I’ve been on campus this past week partly because it’s time to come to terms with the fact that I’ve got to start functioning at normal hours of the day again and partly because I’m curious about the freshman…

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V.Online: Witchcraft and Wizardry

Do not watch The Conjuring. SPOILER ALERT: It’s scary as balls. If you don’t like dolls, creepy children, crazy witches/bitches, french maids, clothing lines, antique toys, wooden staircases, cellars, armoires, vintage VW vans, old Mustangs, children’s games, birds, lakes, houses, lake houses or  the ’70s, stay far, far away. And if you decide to ignore me,…

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V.Online: Bad lighting and worse taste

I went to the gym for the first time in eons today and I am 100 percent convinced that fluorescent lights exist for the sole purpose of making people look soft and blotchy. I would like to point out that I’m not the fittest person on the planet but please, if a 20-something-year-old doesn’t get…

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Things are about to get a little bit more fun here at The Miami Hurricane. We’re in the process of redeveloping our website and revamping our print design, so we’ll be ready to launch fun, innovative developments as soon as August returns. But for those of you searching for immediate gratification, or those of you…

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