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UM students take on Miami Carnival 2019
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UM students take on Miami Carnival 2019

“What I look forward to the most about carnival is it feels almost like a huge family reunion,” Pitter said. “It’s one of the only times of the year that all my friends and all of my family are in the same place. I also meet so many people who feel like an extended family. It’s truly a completely carefree day—nothing compares.”

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