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Cruise away from schooltime stress

What if I told you that you could leave in the morning on cruise to another country, explore that country, and make it back...

A unique escape from schooltime stress

Discovery Cruise Lines’ All-Inclusive Bahamas Fun Day Vacation takes passengers on a one day cruise to Grand Bahama Island, the fourth largest island in the Bahamas.

Cruise away from schooltime stress

Discovery Cruise Lines’ All-Inclusive Bahamas Fun Day Vacation takes passengers on a one day cruise to Grand Bahama Island, the fourth largest island in the Bahamas.

Smokey Joe’s Café brings the 50s and 60s back to life

Now, thanks to the Jerry Herman Ring Theatre, students, faculty and guests can relive some of the greatest songs ever written or experience some of them for the very first time.

The Used create best work to date

The Used took all of the best elements from their last three albums, tossed them in a jar, shook them up, and poured out their newest release, Artwork. This most recent project is arguably their best album to date.

Hurricane Productions tackles all forms of entertainment

When you’re bored on a Friday night and left with nothing to do, your best on-campus bet is to be aware of what Hurricane Productions (HP) is up to.

‘Hug the Lake’ spreads an act of kindness on campus

You’ve seen them around campus, the people carrying signs with inspirational phrases, giving you a huge smile and often a warm hug.

Miller School among best training facilities in country

The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine is one of the nation’s top medical training facilities.

Students to ‘hug the lake’ on Wednesday

You've seen them around campus. They are the people carrying signs with inspirational phrases, giving you a huge smile and often even a warm hug. This Wednesday, Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) is inviting you to pay those hugs forward to the entirety of Lake Osceola.

An introduction to Hurricane Productions’ Claudia Medina

Amidst the other people in the iLounge, Claudia Medina looks like any other student at the University of Miami. Relaxing on one of the couches in a UM hoodie and black leggings, one would have no idea by looking at her that she is actually one of the most influential students on campus.

Sudan documentary to be shown at Baptist Collegiate Ministry

The BCM will screen the award winning film God Grew Tired of Us, a story of the Lost Boys of Sudan.

QuantUM offers production in honor of Black History Month

Art that stands for something, art that makes a statement, is what QuantUM Entertainment is trying make with their theatrical production of Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. The production will take place in association with Black History Month.
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