Christine Williamson

Rathskeller remains as student hotspot for a year
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Rathskeller remains as student hotspot for a year

Powerful streams of water from Cobb Fountain can be seen from the orange swinging chairs resting right in front of the University of Miami’s Rathskeller, UM’s historic dining spot located between the Phillip and Patricia Frost School of Music and the University Center.

The Rat gets iLL
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The Rat gets iLL

Spoken Word Wednesday’s at The Rat will end this semester with a bang by bringing in iLL-Literacy, one of the hottest collaborations of poets currently touring the world.

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