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International students celebrate Thanksgiving with display of diversity
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International students celebrate Thanksgiving with display of diversity

Groups of international students gathered in the Allen Hall courtyard Friday afternoon, dressed in traditional clothing representative of home. They danced, sang and presented food from their respective countries in an effort to showcase the diversity of students represented in the University of Miami’s Intensive English Program (IEP). The IEP at UM is an English language instruction…

Novelist, student writers recite creative works at USpeak
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Novelist, student writers recite creative works at USpeak

Harrowing tales of murder and intrigue meshed with soulful poetry and witty memoirs this Thursday at the Wesley House. Students performed alongside award-winning novelist, speaker and journalist, Anjanette Delgado for this month’s second USpeak Flash Fiction and Poetry Performance Series. This bi-monthly event hosted by the College of Arts and Sciences, the English Department’s Creative Writing…

Overpass construction expected to begin in March
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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…

Simple steps for the perfect ‘Friendsgiving’
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Simple steps for the perfect ‘Friendsgiving’

As the Thanksgiving season approaches, it’s the perfect time to celebrate the relationships with friends who have become like a second family during your time at the University of Miami. In less than two hours and for only around 10 dollars a person, you can put together a “Friendsgiving” that you’ll never forget. What You’ll Need: Frying pan Cooking spray Mixing…

Genetically modified organisms could eradicate nature
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Genetically modified organisms could eradicate nature

Gregor Mendel, the father of genetics, was the first to knowingly manipulate nature’s genomic fabrics by integrating a new author into the mix. He gave man’s hand a role in the workings of natural selection, a process not so natural anymore, in the century of booming genetically modified organisms (GMO). These factory creations have snuck…

Alumni authors shine in weeklong book festival
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Alumni authors shine in weeklong book festival

A short Metrorail ride into Downtown Miami transports visitors to a paradise for book lovers, also known as the 2014 Miami Book Fair International. The weeklong festival will feature hundreds of authors and numerous tents filled with booksellers, crafts, open mic events and entertainment from around the globe. Three authors from the University of Miami…

Alumnus puts technical skills, creative passion to work in Disney’s ‘Big Hero 6’
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Alumnus puts technical skills, creative passion to work in Disney’s ‘Big Hero 6’

“Big Hero 6” has touched viewers’ hearts with its diverse characters, San Francisco-Tokyo blended setting and meaningful plot since its premiere Nov. 7. Behind the movie’s lovable characters and design stands the work of University of Miami alumnus Robert Neuman. Neuman, who has worked on the 3-D versions of other movies including “Wreck it Ralph,”…

Hillary Clinton’s political past may hinder candidacy
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Hillary Clinton’s political past may hinder candidacy

With the results of midterms in and 2016 inching closer by the day, it’s time to start making predictions for the next presidential race. Hillary Clinton has been making the rounds already. She hasn’t been explicitly campaigning for the presidency, but we all know what her aspirations are. You have to hand it to her;…

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