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Support survivors—those you see and those you don’t

Wednesday was the 22nd Denim Day. It was also four months and 18 days since I became part of the 97 percent.

A freshman’s guide to surviving Miami

So, you’ve decided to move to Miami. You’ve registered for classes, added “UMiami ‘24” to your Instagram bio and bought everything in sight at Bed, Bath and Beyond’s “Back to School” sale. Now what?

White gays, we need to talk…

This is personal. This is political. This is me writing not as a journalist or an editor, but as a black, queer woman who is tired. So, without further ado, white gays, let’s chat.

Juneteenth: The holiday you didn’t learn about in history class

To be clear, President Trump (or anyone claiming to do so in the year 2020) did not make Juneteenth “famous.” In fact, this date is recognized as the oldest and most popular known U.S. celebration of the end of slavery, a celebration that kicked off over 150 years ago.

Photos from the weekend: Protests continue across US

Armed with their signs, strengthened by their voices, protestors gathered this past weekend in cities across the United States and the world to lament the Black lives lost at the hands of police and to call for a reckoning in the criminal justice system.

Kiana Ledé becomes R&B’s newest songstress with raw, emotional debut album

With samples from iconic artists like Outkast and the Notorious B.I.G and features from some of R&B and hip hop’s biggest and quickest-rising stars – including 6lack, Ari Lenox and Lucky Daye – “Kiki” is the perfect blend of old and new, an ode to the soulful music that raised her told through the bright eyes of a youthful, up-and-coming star.

Maintaining mental health during COVID-19: 5 tips for coping with social distancing

Take care of yourself, because one day, this will end. And, you want to be ready to take on the outside world when it does. Not sure where to start? TMH has you covered.

UM junior breaks gender, race barriers in student government

Three years ago, Abigail Adeleke joined student government as part of an inside joke amongst her closest friends. On April 7, she will officially take office as the first black student government president since 2015 as part of the University of Miami’s first all-female executive branch.

Bad Bunny reinvents reggaeton, breaks all the rules on “YHLQMDLG”

With the help of Latin legends like Daddy Yankee and Anuel AA, the 20-track project is an unpredictable exploration of love and loss delivered through a combination of trap rap and reggaeton.

What to do when there’s nothing to do: Entertainment for self quarantine

While staying informed and being socially responsible is imperative in a situation like this one, it is not everything. Sometimes, you will need a break from the bad news. The Hurricane is here to help.

From tragedy to making change: Rape survivor gives back to community, encourages others follow suit

“I was completely unconscious, only waking up a few times to see and feel what was happening,” recalled Emily Andrews, 21. “When I finally woke up and regained control, my rapist was laying his body on mine."

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.
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