Madelyn Paquette

‘The Drowsy Chaperone’ pokes fun at theater tropes
Culture, Theater

‘The Drowsy Chaperone’ pokes fun at theater tropes

After the Ring Theatre’s production of “Spring Awakening” in February, some audience members had to wipe away more than a few tears. With the end of the semester approaching and all the stress that comes with it, Canes might be looking for something a little lighter. With the final show of the Ring season, “The…

A cappella groups Above the Keys, BisCaydence, Tufaan, The 18th Notes comprise diverse, strong vocal scene at UM
Community, Culture, Music, Q & A + Profiles

A cappella groups Above the Keys, BisCaydence, Tufaan, The 18th Notes comprise diverse, strong vocal scene at UM

With four groups on campus, a cappella at UM is thriving. Above the Keys, BisCaydence, Tufaan and The 18th Notes are packed with incredible vocalists, all skilled enough to fill in for the instruments and accompaniment that a cappella does without. But while a cappella needs technical precision, it also requires a sense of fun….

Shake up mealtime routine with dorm-room recipes
Culture, Food

Shake up mealtime routine with dorm-room recipes

There are many perks of living in the dorms, such as a short commute to class and free toilet paper, but easy access to a full kitchen isn’t one of them. If you’re tired of dining-hall fare, don’t get stuck in a rut of TV dinners and pizza delivery – it’s not so good for…

Ring Theatre’s must-see spring performances
Culture, Theater

Ring Theatre’s must-see spring performances

As the curtain rises on a new semester at UM, this week marks the beginning of a spectacular season of campus theatre packed with musical comedy, teenage drama and even a few never-before-seen shows. Here’s a breakdown of upcoming can’t-miss performances. 24 HOUR PLAYS The Jerry Herman Ring Theatre is kicking off the semester this…

Cafés offer caffeine jolts, study breaks
Community, Culture, Food

Cafés offer caffeine jolts, study breaks

Miami has experienced a coffee boom since the opening of Panther Coffee in 2011. With cafes springing up across the city, there are dozens of potential study spots just a short walk or drive from UM. Over the summer, several newcomers made their mark on the scene. Check out these up-and-coming establishments for your caffeine…

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