Andrea Illan

Culturally-appropriated costumes offensive, immoral
Opinion

Culturally-appropriated costumes offensive, immoral

Americans have associated Halloween with evil witches and spooky skeletons for years. Recently, however, historically oppressed groups have brought to light the issue of cultural appropriation, which might be scarier than any supernatural creature. Cultural appropriation takes many forms, but its most basic comprises members of a privileged group mimicking select aspects of an oppressed…

Frost musicology lecture series highlights muses
Culture, Music

Frost musicology lecture series highlights muses

The University of Miami is always hosting lectures and performances about the great works of art through the centuries, but Frost School of Music professor Frank Cooper finds the muses who inspired those great works just as interesting. So he created a new musicology series, called “Music, Art, and the Muses Behind Them.” Students, faculty…

UDreamers embodies the U’s devotion to the value of diversity
Opinion

UDreamers embodies the U’s devotion to the value of diversity

Each year, countless people flee from their home countries and migrate to the United States with the illusion of fulfilling the American Dream – one of freedom and opportunities – which are not always readily available in other countries. Unfortunately, this dream is not legally accessible to all of these aspirants, some of whom experience…

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