Kate Stanton

Senior works to enact media and social change
Culture, Q & A + Profiles

Senior works to enact media and social change

When senior Stephanie Rey went to her first Cinematic Arts Commission (CAC) meeting at the end of her freshman year, she had no idea how big an impact it would have on her life. Last June, Rey got an internship with NBCUniversal in its Latin American division. The position eventually evolved into her current part-time…

‘Avenue Q’ comes to you
Culture, Theater

‘Avenue Q’ comes to you

[imagebrowser id=28] [fresh_divider style=”solid”] During the final rehearsals for QuantUM’s upcoming show “Avenue Q,” a racy satire that mixes live actors and puppets, students performed song and dance numbers while operating colorful, toddler-sized puppets. Even offstage, cast members gestured and laughed, puppets still in hand, as though they were a part of the conversation. The…

Trivia Tuesday becomes more than trivial
Culture

Trivia Tuesday becomes more than trivial

The weekly Trivia Tuesday at the University of Miami’s Rathskeller has gained popularity, with more than twice as many teams as last semester when it was held on a trial basis. The friendly competition was a staple at the original Rat, which was once located where the Student Activities Center now stands. It provides a…

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