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4/25 News briefs

Say goodbye to the Rathskeller The last call for the Rathskeller will be Friday. Between Wednesday and Friday, the Rat will be open until midnight. Share your memories of the Rathskeller by e-mailing your photos to ratmemories@gmail.com. Photos will be compiled into a slideshow that will run continuously at the last call. Fill out your…

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News Briefs 4/21

BUC parking lot closed Lot 434-N located behind the BankUnited Center (facing the Hecht towers) will be closed until April 28 in order to accommodate a special event. go green on the rock On Earth Day, the Rock is going green with a concert featuring local bands. Telekinetic Walrus, the Cornerstoners and Pride of Ions…

Two UM alumni released after capture in Libya
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Two UM alumni released after capture in Libya

Two University of Miami alumni who had been detained by Libyan national militia were released Wednesday. They were attempting to cover the Libyan rebels who, for the past month, have been protesting the Gadhafi regime and taking control of the western coastal cities including Bengazzi. Gadhafi’s forces put down these citizen rebellions with brutal air strikes.

Photo Brief: Common delivers moving lecture
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Photo Brief: Common delivers moving lecture

In 2009, our homecoming performer was hip-hop artist and actor, Common. Known as today’s Hip Hop Renaissance Man, he has received several Grammy nominations and awards for his influential and socially conscious music.  On February 9th, he returned to Miami to give a lecture at FIU’s Biscayne Bay Campus.  Although the topic of the lecture…

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