Student volunteers will be hosting FunDay, the university’s longest-running community service event, on Saturday. The event brings together hundreds of “buddies” – people around South Florida with intellectual and developmental disabilities – and pairs them with a student for a day of food, activities and fun. “The buddies refer to this event as their Christmas,”...
QuantUM Entertainment, University of Miami’s student-run theater group, will be showcasing three major productions this season: “Reefer Madness,” a comical musical, “Gum,” a real-life based drama and “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” a shadow casting involving audience participation.
QuantUM Entertainment, Hurricane Productions’ student-run theater group, will be presenting playwright Nicky Silver's eccentric dark comedy, “Fat Men in Skirts," this Friday through Sunday.
This semester, QuantUM Entertainment, a student-run theater group, will bring three new plays to the University of Miami, free of charge.
Entertainment at the University of Miami is in good, solid hands. Maria Perez, a senior and president of Hurricane Productions (HP), orchestrates the array of on campus entertainment provided at UM.
Founded in 2000, QuantUM represents a student-run musical production group open to all UM students. On their website, the group says, “QuantUM does not only seek to entertain, but also to inform and raise awareness about pressing social justice issues.”n
Quantum Entertainment, the University of Miami student-run film organization, funds and produces films each year and airs them at their film festival on April 28.