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Musical features political satire fit for election season
Community, Culture, Theater

Musical features political satire fit for election season

In an election cycle like this one, Americans might forget that dysfunctional politics is a national tradition. The theatre department reminds audiences of the timeless absurdity of running for office with its first fall production, award-winning musical “Of Thee I Sing.” “It’s about the political circus that goes around election time,” director David Williams said….

Raids, court decisions, polarizing rhetoric create tough year for immigrants
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Raids, court decisions, polarizing rhetoric create tough year for immigrants

A businessman joined a crowded presidential race about year ago and commenced his campaign by slandering undocumented immigrants. This businessman has since become the official Republican nominee, espousing a dangerous message that has resonated with millions of people. The tides are turning and it’s uncertain who will be victorious in this election. The Supreme Court was…

Van Bailey appointed director of LGBTQ Student Center
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Van Bailey appointed director of LGBTQ Student Center

The University of Miami has appointed Van Bailey as the inaugural director of the new LGBTQ Student Center, which opened this fall to cater to the needs of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students throughout the campus. The creation of the center fulfills a critical recommendation made by the LGBTQ Task Force, which…

‘Legend of Zelda’-themed concert to host live performance at Adrienne Arsht Center
Culture

‘Legend of Zelda’-themed concert to host live performance at Adrienne Arsht Center

On Saturday, the highly acclaimed “Symphony of the Goddesses – Master Quest,” a concert tour themed after the beloved “Legend of Zelda” video game series, will be hosting a live performance at Miami’s own Adrienne Arsht Center for a night of celebrating a ubiquitous series of soundtracks. Consisting of a four-movement symphony playing over footage of gameplay from…

Trump rally disruption exemplifies divided state of our country
Opinion

Trump rally disruption exemplifies divided state of our country

The rowdy disruption of Republican hopeful Donald Trump’s rally in Chicago Friday night was captured in images that showed boorish protesters and supporters lashing out at each other on live television — the outcome of a miasmic political atmosphere. The Chicago rally is reminiscent of the violent confrontations that erupted during the Democratic National Convention…

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