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Trump rally disruption exemplifies divided state of our country
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Trump rally disruption exemplifies divided state of our country

The rowdy disruption of Republican hopeful Donald Trump’s rally in Chicago Friday night was captured in images that showed boorish protesters and supporters lashing out at each other on live television — the outcome of a miasmic political atmosphere. The Chicago rally is reminiscent of the violent confrontations that erupted during the Democratic National Convention…

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Loss disappointing, but outlook bright

During a stretch that has them on top of the ACC Coastal Division, UM’s football team headed to Soldier Field to fight  the luck of the Irish on Saturday night in Chi-town. But they did not come home with a pot of gold. Instead, they got crushed. And of course, social media and sports commentators…

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House music in the mainstream is here to stay

House music is this generation’s  rock ‘n’ roll. Get used to it. Just like the rock movement, house inspires a “feeling.” There is a physical, chemical or emotional reaction to whatever auditory stimulus blasts out of nearby speakers at a given moment. It’s that “thing” that the melodic vocalist in Avicii’s hit, Levels, is singing…

Student Band Profile: Maq
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Student Band Profile: Maq

Matt Alderman and Quinn Carson weren’t great friends at Glenbrook South High School in Glenview, Il. It was only natural that the two formed a band when they came to the University of Miami, though.

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Obama takes embarassing Olympic blow

After a showy primetime address to Congress that didn’t move him an inch in his healthcare negotiations or win over the American people, Obama hopped a flight to Copenhagen. There, he lobbied before the International Olympic Committee to make his hometown of Chicago the site for the 2016 summer games.

Fall Out Boy makes the ‘Believers Never Die’
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Fall Out Boy makes the ‘Believers Never Die’

Fresh off a world tour and their fifth album, Folie à Deux, Fall Out Boy headlines mtvU and MTV’s Believers Never Die Part Deux tour with opening acts Cobra Starship, All Time Low, Hey Monday and 50 Cent.

The Chicago band returns to South Florida on April 21 at the Mizner Park Amphitheater for its first visit since performing at Y100’s Jingle Ball back in December.

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