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Photo Brief: Orange and Green World Series
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Photo Brief: Orange and Green World Series

YOU’RE SAFE: Sophomore Zeke DeVoss steals second base as Michael Broad tries to apply the tag Friday afternoon in game two of the annual Orange and Green World Series, an exhibition contest. The green team took a commanding 2-0 series lead in the best-of-five showdown after its thrilling 8-7 win in 11 innings. Game three…

Photo Brief: Tyler Bernhardt
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Photo Brief: Tyler Bernhardt

SINGING SENSATION: Senior Tyler Bernhardt poses for a portrait for his album, “What is This.” The album will be available on the Web on iTunes and Amazon around Thanksgiving. “What is This” was co-produced with UM alumnus Luke Moellman. Bernhardt was recently signed by the label Forward Motion Records, who is known for representing local Miami artists…

Photo Brief: UM Basketball Beats Barry
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Photo Brief: UM Basketball Beats Barry

Freshman power forward Raphael Akpejiori goes for a dunk during Wednesday night’s blowout victory over Barry. The Canes beat the Bucs 102-33. Akpejiori finished with six points and five rebounds and was one of many freshmen to have a great game. Freshman guard Rion Brown made four three pointers. He and fellow Georgia native DeQuan…

Photo Brief: Kiteboarding Club
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Photo Brief: Kiteboarding Club

FLOATING AND FLYING: Nicolas Cuetara, a University of Miami graduate student attempts to land his equipment during low winds on Saturday on Key Biscayne. Cuetara, a resident of California, has been kiteboarding for a few years and has gained the experience needed in order to pass on the skills to others. Cuetara is an active kiteboarder in…

PHOTO BRIEF: Water Polo
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PHOTO BRIEF: Water Polo

Number 8 Anthony Kanelidis,  president of the UM water polo club team, defends against Florida International University at the regional tournament on October 23-24. FIU was ranked 3rd in the nation when Miami won the game 8-4. After winning the regional tournament, UM is now, for the first time, the number 1 team in Florida….

PHOTO BRIEF: Halloween Dog Wash
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PHOTO BRIEF: Halloween Dog Wash

Senior Kelly Kavanaugh, the president of the UM Pre-Veterinary Society, assists senior Mike Larkin and junior Sarah Fraser put a harness and bandana on Tito at the Dog Wash on Friday, October 29.  The Halloween Dog Wash is put on by the UM Pre-Vet Society at the Rock. All donations are given to Miami-Dade Animal…

PHOTO BRIEF: Zombie Attack
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PHOTO BRIEF: Zombie Attack

Tyson Greaves gets his makeup done for the Zombie attack organized by UMTV show The Slate on October 29, 2010 at the UM Coral Gables Campus. Andy Rovira, one of the executive producers of this show mentioned this wouldn’t have been possible “without our zombies who were surprisingly scary and really got comfortable with being…

PHOTO BRIEF: Out of Darkness
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PHOTO BRIEF: Out of Darkness

Children gather during the butterfly release ceremony after a 5k walk around the University of Miami campus during the Out of Darkness walk on October 24, 2010. Out of Darkness Community and Campus events help raise money for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in order to prevent suicides. Most of the volunteers were from…

PHOTO BRIEF: Laying Around
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PHOTO BRIEF: Laying Around

(Left to Right) Senior Nash Prince, music engineering major; junior Lizzy Elner (laying on ground) neurophysiology major; junior Jenny Hamilton broadcast journalism and sports administration major; junior Alex Goldklang communication studies; and junior Kate Pryslak, public relations major, lay on the green Wednesday, October 20. “It was such a nice day and Jenny wanted to…

PHOTO BRIEF: S.T.A.N.D. Vigil
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PHOTO BRIEF: S.T.A.N.D. Vigil

Barbara Henry, a resident of Overtown since she was 15, attends S.T.A.N.D.’s vigil for community voices on Wednesday October 20. The University of Miami Life Science & Technology Park (UM LSTP) is being built in Overtown, with preparation to open in the summer of 2011.

PHOTO BRIEF: Spike for Mike
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PHOTO BRIEF: Spike for Mike

The Delta Gamma and Delta Phi Epsilon sorority teams participate in Spike for Mike, a fundraiser held by the Sigma Chi fraternity in honor of Mike Bakutes, a brother on medical leave this semester. Bakutes was diagnosed with Juvenile Ossifying Fibroma, a rare tumor originally found in his jaw. Spike for Mike began in the…

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