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Best of UMiami 2015: Miami Awaits
Best of Miami, Edge

Best of UMiami 2015: Miami Awaits

From the urban art covering the walls of Wynwood to the pastel streets in Miami Beach’s Art Deco District, Miami is full of culture, art, music and ethnic cuisine. With so much offer, it leaves us with endless places to explore. Best of UMiami, The Miami Hurricane’s guide to the city’s best offerings on and off campus, is here…

Theatre professor Soroko teaches art of stage fights
Edge

Theatre professor Soroko teaches art of stage fights

It’s a typical day in Professor Lee Soroko’s class, where students are seen dropping to the floor and engaging in intense slaps, punches and kicks. Using his training as a professional actor, Soroko teaches stage combat in the Department of Theatre Arts. In his stage combat class, Soroko shares the technique of using safe and…

American adaptations lack authenticity
Edge, Food

American adaptations lack authenticity

A typical meal from a Chinese restaurant in the U.S. wouldn’t be complete without fortune cookies, wonton soup and some orange chicken. However, in China, this couldn’t be further from the truth. There are no fortune cookies, wonton soup is typically only served for breakfast and orange chicken will be difficult to find on the…

Seniors brave new world as post-graduate plans span globe
News, Profiles

Seniors brave new world as post-graduate plans span globe

One month: that’s all the time left between now and graduation. Some graduates will pursue full-time jobs or further their educations, while others pave their own paths. These paths range from helping the community to climbing the corporate ladder. For a peek into the plethora of post-graduate plans, three class of 2015 students gave a…

Religious holidays share weekend
News, Religious Life

Religious holidays share weekend

Campus was left quieter this weekend as students dispersed to observe Passover and celebrate Easter. For some, these holidays mean returning home to see their families but for others, Easter and Passover are spent with friends on campus. Senior Elena Tayem went home to Boca Raton for Easter weekend. As a devout Catholic, she says…

Religious garbs strengthen spirituality
News, Religious Life

Religious garbs strengthen spirituality

Freshman Rowanne Ali began wearing the hijab, a veil worn by Muslim women, her sophomore year of high school. Raised Muslim by Egyptian parents, she made the decision to wear the hijab when she was 13, after growing up seeing her mother wear it. “My parents always told me what it was about, and that…

Alumni launch social enterprise to uplift nonprofits
News

Alumni launch social enterprise to uplift nonprofits

A group of University of Miami alumni is launching an online marketplace that aims to donate its profits to nonprofit organizations regionally and abroad. The THX Co., launching in April, will allow customers to purchase a product, choose a cause to support and then add a specific amount to donate to that cause. Co-founder Ricardo Jose…

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