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‘Conga for a Cause’ raises money to establish wireless Internet connection in Cuba
Campus Life, News

‘Conga for a Cause’ raises money to establish wireless Internet connection in Cuba

Members of the University of Miami’s Federación de Estudiantes Cubanos (FEC) held the annual Conga for a Cause event on the University Center Patio on Wednesday afternoon. The event raised money for Connect Cuba, a project by the Foundation for Human Rights to connect people in Cuba by establishing a wireless Internet connection. Participants paid a flat rate of…

Bryan’s Cafe allows for discussion identity, appropriation, intersectionality
Campus Life, LGBTQ, News, Student Organization

Bryan’s Cafe allows for discussion identity, appropriation, intersectionality

Gender identity, cultural appropriation and intersectionality were discussed in the context of modern culture Monday night as part of the debate team’s second-ever Bryan’s Cafe discussion. The University of Miami’s debate team held the round table discussion in the Shalala Center Monday night, after holding their first Bryan’s Cafe last spring semester. The debate’s setting…

Psi Chi Tie-Dye event raises money for Alzheimer’s research
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Psi Chi Tie-Dye event raises money for Alzheimer’s research

Members of the University of Miami’s chapter of the Psi Chi International Honor Society held its annual tie-dye event on the Foote Green from Oct. 27-28. Psi Chi is an honor society for psychology majors. The Psi Chi Tie-Dye event is a tongue-twister that benefits a good cause. Students hoped that the event would help…

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