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Photo of the Week: Choralcopia
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Photo of the Week: Choralcopia

This week we have a photo from contributing photographer Erum Kidwai of Choralcopia. Sophomore and Frost Chorale member Rachel Ohnsman performed for Choralcopia, Tuesday at Gusman Hall. The event was live-tweeted by UM Choral Studies and coverage can be found under the hastag #UMchoralcopia.

Photo of the Week: Feral cats of Frost
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Photo of the Week: Feral cats of Frost

This week we have a photo from contributing photographer Evelyn Choi of the cat infestation near the Frost School of Music. Library technician Gisela Hernandez has been taking care of 13 feral cats that live around the music library for seven years now and sees overpopulation as the biggest concern. Check out the full story for more information.  

Photo of the Week: Band of the Hour
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Photo of the Week: Band of the Hour

This week we have a photo from contributing photographer Sophie Barros, who profiled UM’s Band of the Hour in anticipation of this weekend’s upcoming game against Bethune-Cookman. Recently, Robert and Judi Newman gifted The Band of the Hour with 115 new marching band instruments and a full set of newly designed uniforms. Come see the Band of…

Photo of the Week: ‘Hug the Lake’
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Photo of the Week: ‘Hug the Lake’

This week we have a series of photos from Wednesday’s Hug the Lake event presented by Random Acts of Kindness. Students joined hands around Lake Osceola in celebration of Earth Day. The annual event recognizes the importance of preserving the unique environment of Coral Gables. This year, president-elect Julio Frenk, his wife Dr. Felicia Knaul and…

Photo of the Week: Novak Djokovic at Miami Open
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Photo of the Week: Novak Djokovic at Miami Open

This week we have a photo from staff photographer Matthew Trabold, who covered this year’s Miami Open for The Miami Hurricane. Here, Serbian player Novak Djokovic, currently ranked No. 1 by the Association of Tennis Professionals, competes against No. 7 David Ferrer during the men’s singles quarterfinals last Thursday. Djokovic made it the Sunday’s final round, where…

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