Around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday morning, students, faculty and staff received notice from UMPD that a suspicious package was found at the University Village Scodella Parking Garage.
Minus Glee’s Dalton Academy dreamboat Blaine (Darren Criss) and loveable Kurt (Chris Colfer), the Tufts University’s Beelzebubs awaited a crowd that began lining up more than an hour before it began. And the Beelzebubs, the university’s oldest all-male a cappella group, were equally, if not more, excited to perform on the unique Rathskeller stage.
Amid the Middle Eastern décor and the smell of herbs at Fort Lauderdale’s The Culture Room, I sleepily stood on the second-floor HiBar ready to discover a semi-underground indie rock band on a school night. But Ra Ra Riot’s first concert in South Florida definitely kept me wide awake.
On March 10, the popular Hasidic Jewish musician Matisyahu will perform at the BankUnited Center’s Fieldhouse on campus. Sponsored by Hurricane Productions, Matisyahu will host an acoustic session followed by a discussion and a question-and-answer period.
Though the Cinematic Arts Commission offers movies at convenient hours and the ability to catch a big-screen flick in your pajamas, many of UM’s 16,000 students seem to be oblivious of the Cosford’s options. On Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday evenings, CAC shows recent releases and advanced screenings for some movies before they hit commercial theaters.
At approximately 7:21 p.m. on Saturday, UM junior Jared Paul Jones was struck by a vehicle while walking on the 4500 block of Red Road, between Blue Road and Bird Road.
If one took a stroll through the UM School of Communication Courtyard in the past month, a giant hanging countdown was a sigh that couldn’t be missed. This countdown was just one way in which the School of Communication and its organizations the Ad Group and PRADUM, Public Relations and Advertising University of Miami, anticipated…