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Housing Opt-In All current student residents planning to live on campus next year can opt…

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With this first semester winding down, the dreaded finals week is drawing ever closer, and we all know what that means. It means hour after hour in the frigid recycled air of Richter library, late nights of typing review guides and final papers, and enough caffeine in your veins to have your blood legally qualify as a type of coffee. The last few days of studying each semester are never fun, but are arguably the most important. After months and months of having to put time and effort in for each individual class, it’s worth it to end strong and give your GPA that little boost. There are tips and tricks that you pick up over the years at the U, and learning them early can save you a great deal of frustration.

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Every Friday, a group of UM students plan to be at the UC breezeway, selling Challah bread to raise money for Darfur and Kosher Meals on Wheels the Miami area.

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The Idan Raichel Project changed the face of world music when it burst onto the scene in 2002. The Israel-based band, led by front man Idan Raichel, combines African, Indian, Latin American, Middle Eastern and European rhythms to create an unprecedented blend of sounds.The Idan Raichel Project will be performing at the Knight Concert Hall at the Adrienne Arsht Center Saturday, Nov. 21 at 8 p.m.

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For Feb. 27, the theme at Shabbat, which happens every Friday at Hillel, is geared towards raising money for the Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation. This money then goes toward Breast Cancer and Education and Awareness.

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Art that stands for something, art that makes a statement, is what QuantUM Entertainment is trying make with their theatrical production of Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. The production will take place in association with Black History Month.

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