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Ms. Lauryn Hill to perform as Homecoming headliner

After nearly a 10-year hiatus from the spotlight of popular music, Ms. Lauryn Hill, with the help of Hurricane Productions, will commence her return to the forefront of hip-hop culture with a headlining performance at the Homecoming concert Nov. 5 on the university green.

Rapper breaks onto the UM scene

The role of an opening act for any concert is typically straightforward: Get the crowd energized for the headliner. At the 2010 Homecoming Concert, however, no fan in attendance will be more excited than Atlanta rapper Donnis, chosen as the opener for the biggest night of the year at the University of Miami.

Best of Miami 2010

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History fails to repeat itself in weekend Tallahassee series

Miami loses series to arch rival Noles

Hurricanes are the Achilles heel of UNC

The Miami Hurricanes won all three games against UNC this past weekend.

Canes drop weekend series to Hokies

Miami wins middle game of three game series but loses Friday and Sunday.

One away from a sweep

Miami beat N.C. State two of three times this weekend.

DJ Motion Potion and Funk Dirty at the Rat

In a “can‘t miss” night of free music and entertainment, Hurricane Productions will bring the thrill of the Ultra Music Festical and the annual Winter Music Conference to the University of Miami campus tonight, Thursday March 25.

Miami falls to Florida, fails to redeem reputation against rival

Canes lose Friday night 7-1, Canes win Saturday night 9-6, Canes lose Sunday afternoon 4-2.

Miami Mayhem dance competition to take place Saturday

Dance teams from universities all over the country will invade the city this weekend for the third annual Miami Mayhem dance competition organized by the Indian Student Association at the University of Miami.

Despite a series victory, Miami struggles

A baseball team visiting from the frigid northeast opened its season in Coral Gables for the second consecutive weekend, and just like their predecessors, the Jaspers of Manhattan College flew home unhappy with both the weather and results. In a chilly weekend affair, the 10th-ranked Miami Hurricanes won their second consecutive series, taking two out of three games and improving to 5-1 on the young season.

Refined bbq with a flair

Make no mistake about it: Smoke’t is no Shorty’s. The new kid on the block, choosing refined over refried, doesn’t attempt to replicate the atmosphere of the popular veteran. Instead, Smoke’t fuses creativity with southern culture in a menu that boasts intriguing appetizers and an outstanding beer list.
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