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Gallery: Highlights from last week’s events

Check out some of the many exciting events from last week, below:

Students mark down where they are from and what their futures aspirations are at Philanthropy Awareness Day. The event is hosted to appreciate and thank alumni donors for all their contributions to make the U a brighter place. Shreya Chidarala // Assistant Photo Editor

Students mark down where they are from and what their future aspirations are during Thursday’s Philanthropy Awareness Day at the Rock. The event aimed to encourage appreciation of alumni donors for all of their contributions to the university. Shreya Chidarala // Assistant Photo Editor

 

On Thursday, Green Club, Butler Center and University of Miami Civic Community and Engagement came together to host Fair Food Fair. Students had the opportunity to learn and sample healthy food and smoothies. Alisha Kabir // Staff Photographer

On Thursday, ECO, the Butler Center, and University of Miami Civic Community and Engagement came together to host the Fair Food Fair in the University Center. Students had the opportunity to learn about and sample healthy food and smoothies. Alisha Kabir // Staff Photographer

 

The University of Miami basketball program unveiled its new Adidas basketball uniforms in front of Hurricane Club donors at the Canes Basketball Tip-Off Social at the BankUnited Center Thursday night. Evelyn Choi // Contributing Photographer

The University of Miami basketball program unveils new Adidas basketball uniforms in front of Hurricane Club donors during the Canes Basketball Tip-Off Social at the BankUnited Center Thursday evening. Evelyn Choi // Contributing Photographer

 

Dr. Gail Cole-Avent, Executive Director of Student Life, gets "pied" during Friday's Pie-A-Leader event on the Lakeside Patio. Student club leaders and administrative faculty volunteered to get pied by tins filled with shaving cream for $2. The proceeds benefitted Heart for Africa, an organization that cares for orphan children in Swaziland, the country with the highest recorded cases of HIV/AIDS in the world. A Week 4 Life is a programming board dedicated to educating the University of Miami community on issues regarding HIV/AIDS and reproductive health. Erum Kidwai // Staff Photographer

Dr. Gail Cole-Avent, Executive Director of Student Life, gets “pied” during Friday’s Pie-A-Leader event on the Lakeside Patio. Student club leaders and administrative faculty volunteered to get pied by tins filled with shaving cream for $2. The proceeds benefitted Heart for Africa, an organization that cares for orphan children in Swaziland, the country with the highest recorded cases of HIV/AIDS in the world. A Week 4 Life is a programming board dedicated to educating the University of Miami community on issues regarding HIV/AIDS and reproductive health. Erum Kidwai // Staff Photographer

 

Hurricane Productions hosted Painting and Pitchers at the RAT where students had the opporunity to artistically unwind on their Friday night with the assistance of a professional artist. Kawan Amelung // Staff Photographer

Hurricane Productions hosts Painting and Pitchers at the Rathskeller Friday, giving students the opporunity to artistically unwind with the assistance of a professional artist. Kawan Amelung // Staff Photographer

October 26, 2015

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