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Innovative art form heats up curriculum

Sophomore Justine Abelow works on a project in her glass blowing class. “I’m not an art major but I enjoy it,” she said.  Grace Beitler // Contributing Photographer  Out of hundreds of interesting courses offered by the College of Arts and Sciences, one stood out as the hottest class on campus – so hot that the…

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Classic Midwest game comes to campus

Cornhole is in Miami? We’re not in Kansas anymore. The traditional Midwestern game of tossing beanbags at boards has become an official club at the U. The Cornhole at UM organization helps raise money for charities and add more diversity on campus. Midwestern juniors Matt Garbarino and Kevin Pribramsky created the club in May, after realizing that…

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Women’s and gender studies program introduces LGBTQ minor

The College of Arts and Sciences introduced a new minor designed to help break down barriers and create diversity among students and academics departments last spring. The 15-credit interdisciplinary minor is called Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer studies, or LGBTQ for short, and is offered through the Arts and Sciences’ Women’s and Gender Studies program….

Innovative art form heats up curriculum
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Innovative art form heats up curriculum

Out of hundreds of interesting courses offered by the College of Arts and Sciences, one stands out as the hottest class on campus – so hot that the temperature reaches 2,150 degrees. Glass blowing, not offered as a class at many universities, is usually only available at colleges dedicated exclusively to art. But the UM…

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