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Jessica Hodder

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COMIC CON makes its Miami debut

A matrix of booths and swarms of costumed fans occupied the Miami Airport Convention Center this weekend. Amidst the professional wrestlers, remote-controlled R2-D2's, and Renaissance crafters, the sense of unity was palpable: this is Comic Con.

Students go green with Comm‘U’nity Garden

Through the combined efforts of an up-and-coming organization, a student-run garden shall sprout on campus.

Architecture students, faculty help rebuild Haitian hospital

Photos of a run-down building lined the walls of a studio in the School of Architecture Monday morning. Students and faculty met in a healthcare studio at this school with a new project in mind: to renovate a hospital built in 1948 in Belladere, Haiti.

Students plan to grow green on UM’s campus with Comm”U”nity Garden

Through the combined efforts of an up-and-coming organization, a student-run garden may soon be sprouting on campus; bringing with it a sense of community, responsibility and a chance to get your hands dirty. The organization responsible for this green initiative is known as the Comm”U”nity Garden—or will be soon. The group is awaiting COSO’s approval to become mandated and make it official.

Physician lectures on health, global warming at School of Architecture

"Build smarter, live longer" - that's the four-word prescription Dr. Richard Jackson dropped off Friday night at the School of Architecture to help fight social ills such as pollution, global warming and lower life expectancy.
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