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Witches, drag queens at Flaming Classics film screening

The Flaming Classics, the Bill Cosford Cinema’s new program, ushered in Halloween with the theme “love is stronger than witchcraft.” Founder of The Flaming Classics Juan Barquin and Cosford manager Trae Delellis host film nights focusing on feminine and queer analyses of movies. The Flaming Classics, which Barquin described as a “two-person movement,” began in…

Art professor displays politically charged “American Masks”
Art, Edge

Art professor displays politically charged “American Masks”

  Crowds formed outside the windows of the University of Miami art gallery in Wynwood and stared at the display: Ku Klux Klan hoods made out of American flags. Associate Professor of Sculpture Billie Grace Lynn showcased “American Masks” as part of UM’s annual faculty art show. She first created the masks in 2006 as…

Legendary Irish flutist advises UM students on music, career
Edge, Music

Legendary Irish flutist advises UM students on music, career

Sir James Galway, a legendary Irish flutist and mentor to aspiring musicians, built his internationally-acclaimed solo career on 15 years of experience as an orchestral player. Knighted as an officer of the order of the British Empire, producer of his own ‘Galway Spirit’ line of flutes and recipient of the Gramophone Lifetime Achievement Award, Galway…

Theater becomes part of the UM Law School curriculum
Edge, Theater

Theater becomes part of the UM Law School curriculum

The UM Law Health Rights Clinic is revolutionizing the way students and interns learn to practice law by taking an old theater concept called Forum Theatre and applying it to the modern classroom setting. Some undergraduate students may be familiar with the idea from a similar program used during Orientation events, called “Theatre in Action:…

Pumpkin strudel perfect all season long
Edge, Food

Pumpkin strudel perfect all season long

From candles to lattes, pumpkin dominates the fall season. Take a moment to appreciate the sweet and savory ingredient while it’s still in season with this easy pumpkin strudel recipe. It can be whipped up in minutes, and you may have most of these ingredients in your pantry. Go to your local grocery store or…

R&B collective FirexSquad brings soul to Patio Jams
Edge, Music

R&B collective FirexSquad brings soul to Patio Jams

Hip-hop and R&B filled the air as students crowded onto the UC patio to support Justin Pack, Lauren “Lo” Copeland, Tumi Lengoasa and Imari Conway, aka FirexSquad, at their first showcase of the school year. Following the Canes’ big win against FSU Oct. 7, the show began with the group’s song “Fuego,” which features all…

Island Jamz offers stage for cause
Community, Edge

Island Jamz offers stage for cause

The Filipino Student Association hosted its third “Island Jamz,” a charity event supporting the Ukulele Kids Club, a nonprofit that donates ukuleles to children’s hospitals for music therapy programs, at the Rathskeller on Oct. 19. Renditions of familiar songs, original poems, energy-filled dance routines and classic, heart-warming ukulele performances filled the Rat during the annual…

5 fun and easy Halloween costumes
Community, Edge

5 fun and easy Halloween costumes

Halloween prep time is flying by and you still don’t have a costume. These five costumes can be created with just a few items you probably have on hand already. If you can’t scare your friends, at least impress them with your effort. 1. Eddie Kaspbrak and Richie Tozier from “It” (2017) If you plan…

Post Malone entertains, inspires at Revolution Live
Edge, Music

Post Malone entertains, inspires at Revolution Live

Red and blue lights bathed the stage when Post Malone came out wearing his notoriously causal black tee and shorts with white vans. “What is up, guys?” Malone said. “What is going on. Y’all going to get weird tonight?” America’s Backyard, the intimate outdoor live music venue at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale, hosted the…

Britain invades Miami for Frost Studio Jazz Band concert
Edge, Music

Britain invades Miami for Frost Studio Jazz Band concert

  The Maurice Gusman Concert Hall filled with the bombastic sound of trombones, saxophones and pianos as the University of Miami Studio Jazz Band, led by professor Stephen Guerra, played British songs for its program, “The British Invasion PLUS.”   The concert featured music by contemporary jazz artists from the United Kingdom. Guerra said he…


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