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Photo Brief:  Art By the Sea
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Photo Brief: Art By the Sea

MARINE LIFE MATTERS: Two Portuguese Men-of-War, a marine invertebrate related to jellyfish, float in a touch tank on South Point, Miami Beach on Saturday. The touch tank was part of Art by the Sea, a free event sponsored by The Big Blue and You. The Big Blue and You is a non-profit organization started by University…

Photo Brief: Canestock
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Photo Brief: Canestock

MAGICAL MEETING: Senior Brett Powers (left) and sophomore Matt Ziff inform students about Muggle Quidditch of University of Miami (MQUM). The game adapts J.K. Rowling’s magical sport from Harry Potter to an actual sport played with broomsticks between a team member’s legs. Muggle Quidditch was one of the dozens of clubs that had a table…

Photo Brief: Dance Marathon
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Photo Brief: Dance Marathon

Amy Wilson, a senior on the Dance Marathon E-Board, helps lead the dance on Sunday January 31, 2011. She says, “the best part of this is meeting the families and seeing where all your fundraising goes. It’s what inspires me to come back.” This is her third year helping run the Dance Marathon, a fundraiser…

Photo Brief: Parkour
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Photo Brief: Parkour

Joshua Romeo practices an art called free-running, which branches from the sport begun in France know as parkour. The objective of parkour is to cross a space strewn with obstacles in the fastest time, with as little effort as possible. In Free-running, trees and walls are used as springboards into flips and other acrobatic feats,…

Photo Brief: Enjoying the Day
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Photo Brief: Enjoying the Day

Emily and Buzz sit and chat in the labryinth by Lake Osceola on Sunday, the 23rd. They came out to “enjoy the day.” Neither of them are affiliated with the University, they just live in the neighborhood. Lindsay Brown//News Editor

Photo Brief: Sharks in Bimini SD HC
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Photo Brief: Sharks in Bimini SD HC

Trista Burch, a senior studying Marine Science and Biology, swims with sharks during the MBF-514 Tropical Marine Biology trip in Bimini Bay, Bahamas. “I really enjoyed how hands-on the class was. We would learn about the different organisms and ecosystems and then go visit the specific ecosystem that same day. I also loved that we…

Photo Brief: UBS Civil Rights Exhibit
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Photo Brief: UBS Civil Rights Exhibit

Jasmine Holmes, a freshman studying accounting at the University of Miami, explains the Civils Rights Exhibit at The Rock on January 19, 2011. For the Civil Rights Exhibit, students were able to walk through a bus set up in order to learn about Mrs. Rosa Lee McCauley Parks and the events that took place on…

Photo Brief: Studying for Finals
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Photo Brief: Studying for Finals

Seniors Jessica Gilbert (left) and her friend Daniela Ben Tov study on the Library Green in the afternoon. The girls are preparing for their final in Ancient Philosophy, “We’re doing some last minutes procrastination studying,” says Ben Tov. The girls frequently study on the green verses the library, “I think it’s been really relaxing,” says…

Photo Brief: Women’s Basketball
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Photo Brief: Women’s Basketball

SLAM DUNK: The Hurricanes’ sophomore forward Morgan Stroman drives to the basket and hits a layup against Miami University (Ohio) on Saturday. The Canes beat the Redhawks 96-64 at the BankUnited Center. Stroman finished with 16 points and was one of four players finishing with double figures in scoring. Junior guard Shenise Johnson was brilliant…

Photo Brief: CANstructing for charity
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Photo Brief: CANstructing for charity

CANS FOR THE COMMUNITY : Liu Rain and R.J. Stanfield put the finishing touches on their can structure “Assending Hall” during the School of Architecture’s third annual CANstruction. Rain and Stanfield were on team five, who took first place out of a total of four teams. All of the cans donated will be given to…

Photo Brief: Literary Lollapalooza
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Photo Brief: Literary Lollapalooza

Senior Creative Writing and Film Major Luke Beekman (Left) reads a poem for Mangrove’s Alliterative: A Literary Lallapalooza on the rocks. Mangrove is Miami’s literary journal, and publishes the literary and artistic works from undergraduate students and recent alumni. The Editor and Chief of Mangrove, Senior Creative Writing and Anthropology Major, Zach Miller (Right) and…

Photo Brief: The Great Give Away
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Photo Brief: The Great Give Away

Freshman Ellie Gladstone, of Random Act of Kindness, helps the Lopez family [mother, Jessica, and daughters Astrid (9) and Jhomira (14)] pick out clothes at the 2nd annual Great Give Away clothing drive in at the Miami Rescue Mission’s Community Activity Center. “When I showed up at 8am, there were already at least 30 people…

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