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VegFest 2020 brings vegan education to UM campus

This year marked the first ever VegFest held in Miami, with roughly 1,500 attendees and 21 vendors selling vegan-friendly food, beauty and fashion products.

Around the world in five hours: SOBEWFF’S Grand Tasting Village brings international food, drink to Miami

One of the most popular and affordable events of the annual South Beach Wine and Food Festival, Goya Foods' Grand Tasting Village, welcomed ticket holders to sample food and drink from the finest chefs, caterers, wine enthusiasts and bartenders of Miami and beyond.

Get a pizza’ this: Four restaurants to try this National Pizza Day

Whether you are looking for a post-Miami Marathon treat or just want a pizza to eat away the stress of college, everyone deserves a break now and then. Here are four pizza restaurants in Miami to grab a slice or two–– or a whole pie.

Running club member to take on Miami Marathon

Nolan McDermott started training for this year’s marathon in Sept. 2019 by loosely following an 18-week training plan which he downloaded from the internet. Two weeks ago, he ran 20 miles– his longest distance so far.

Snapshots from the Beaux Arts Festival

This past weekend, white tents lined the University of Miami's Stanford Drive and Foote Green as local artists sold everything from handmade jewelry and home decor to original paintings and framed photography.


A French restaurant in traditional Lyonnaise cuisine, this pint-sized bistro in Coconut Grove offers more than just simple French fare.

National Coming Out Day: UM students share their stories

Last Friday, Oct. 11 was National Coming Out Day, an LGBTQ+ awareness day emphasizing the important role that proudly being "out" plays in activism.

‘Hangover Helper’ brings global hangover cures to college students

The book, which came out Oct. 1, is an illustrated collection of 50 global hangover recipes. Put simply, it is the ideal cookbook companion for the average college student.

Five tips for making Meatless Monday a success

Going meat-free even once a week has great benefits for your health and that of the planet, and it doesn’t have to be boring or difficult. It can be achieved by simply removing the meat from your favorite dishes, replacing it with a vegetarian substitute or hopping on Pinterest to find something brand new. Plus, it’s only once a week.

BisCaydence a cappella brings harmony to UM

Business manager Scott Gelb discusses the unity and relentless dedication that UM’s co-ed a cappella group uses to spread their passion for music nationwide.

Arsht Center offers discounted tickets for college students

This 2019-2020 season, The Adrienne Arsht Center is offering college students discounted tickets to see world-class performances through the UTIX program.

UM graduate and cancer survivor talks new album, the power of positive thinking

With no job, no money and no insurance, Alexandrakis spent six months of chemotherapy recording music which he compiled into "I.V. CATATONIA," which was released as a separate CD at the time and now makes up track 58 of his newest project.
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