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‘Face It’ challenges personal insecurities
Culture

‘Face It’ challenges personal insecurities

Photography and creativity combine to shine light on young women’s personal insecurities during the “Face It” photography exhibition. On Tuesday, SPARK and Girls 4 Good hosted the second annual exhibition designed to challenge women to think about their insecurities. The photo project asked dozens of young women in the university community to write a personal…

Stand-up comedian to take local stage
Culture, Q & A + Profiles

Stand-up comedian to take local stage

CORRECTION: This story originally reported that Malik was born in Pakistan and was an admissions recruiter at the Miller School of Medicine. Malik was born in New York but spent time living in Pakistan, and he is an admissions adviser for the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine in Coral Gables. The story was…

Death of Ultra co-founder Alex Omes leaves much unsettled
Culture, Ultra

Death of Ultra co-founder Alex Omes leaves much unsettled

The 17th annual Ultra Music Festival invites a new lineup of electronic dance veterans and newcomers alike to Bayfront Park for a weekend-long reverie. This year will also be the first festival after the passing of co-founder Alex Omes on Jan. 12. He was 43. The Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner department did not disclose the exact…

Ultra implements new item restrictions
Culture, Ultra

Ultra implements new item restrictions

For those who live in Miami, the commotion and excitement surrounding Ultra Music Festival is just a regular occurrence at Bayfront Park.  As the biggest music festival in North America, Ultra, now in its 17th year, has attracted thousands upon thousands of tourists, spring breakers and music lovers. For all the people in one area,…

Quench your thirst: the best bars in town
Community, Culture

Quench your thirst: the best bars in town

Though the Rat serves beer by the lake and under the shade of palm trees, residents know that it doesn’t even scratch the surface of the multitude of bars in Miami. Here are some cool places to enjoy the poison of your choice. And, obviously, they’re all not just at the Grove. 1. The Corner:…

Lowe exhibit turns trash to treasure
Art, Culture

Lowe exhibit turns trash to treasure

Everyday objects like magazine clippings, toys, garbage, diamonds, chocolate syrup and dirt have been repurposed at the Lowe Art Museum, giving life to the idea that one man’s trash is another artist’s treasure. On Saturday, the Lowe hosted the opening of “Poetics of Perception,” an exhibit comprised mostly of what some would consider junk. The event displays…

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