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BLM banner stolen, incident under investigation
Campus Life, News

BLM banner stolen, incident under investigation

University of Miami Police Department (UMPD) is investigating the theft of a Black Lives Matter banner, allegedly stolen from the University Center (UC) Breezeway around 9:20 p.m. March 2. Senior Jaime Owens, who started the petition to have the banner hung in the Breezeway, said she noticed the sign was missing when she walked to…

Study Abroad programs equally enriching for professors
Opinion

Study Abroad programs equally enriching for professors

Students are advised to study abroad to make them more competitive in their careers and to help them broaden their horizons. However, when discussing the advantages of studying abroad, there’s often a group of people who are left out of the conversation: professors. Going abroad is just as important for professors as it is for…

Silent demonstration spreads awareness of race relations at Mizzou
Campus Life, National News, News

Silent demonstration spreads awareness of race relations at Mizzou

“We are against racial threats, and we are against racial injustice.” #ConcernedStudent1950 pic.twitter.com/SdmUuPwmv5 — The Miami Hurricane (@MiamiHurricane) November 13, 2015 More than 100 University of Miami students and faculty gathered at the Rock this afternoon and stood in silence for 30 minutes to show their solidarity with students who have faced racism at the…

Homecoming block party offers food, art to admire
Campus Life, News

Homecoming block party offers food, art to admire

Homecoming’s annual block party attracted large crowds of alumni and current students, as well as their friends and family Friday night to the food trucks, rides and artwork dedicated to the homecoming theme – For My City. Long lines for pizza, arepas, burgers, hotdogs and sweet treats like Cold Stone and snow cones blended into large crowds. Many…

T-Pain, Waka Flocka shower Homecoming concert with confetti, inflatables
Edge, Music

T-Pain, Waka Flocka shower Homecoming concert with confetti, inflatables

  Confetti, shoes, water bottles, toilet paper, inflatables, glow sticks and sweaty celebrity rags rained down on the audience during the Homecoming concert with Waka Flocka and T-Pain Thursday night. School pride mixed with love for the artists was a reason many students made the decision to attend. “You can’t turn up for homecoming without going to the concert,”…

Echo #FeesMustFall movement, fight for affordable education
Opinion

Echo #FeesMustFall movement, fight for affordable education

Throughout the past two weeks, thousands of students in South Africa have marched day and night through townships and capitol buildings  for the sake of equal opportunities for everyone. The students, united in frustration, protested a proposed 10-12 percent tuition increase that was to be passed across all public South African universities on the orders…

Singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade concert draws diverse crowd, impresses audience
Edge, Music

Singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade concert draws diverse crowd, impresses audience

An audience of old, young, local and visiting attendees crowded the University of Miami’s Gusman Concert Hall on Friday night for a serenading performance from singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade as a part of Festival Miami. Lafourcade, a three-time Latin Grammy winner, is originally from Mexico. Her most recent album, “Hasta la Raiz (To the Root),” debuted at No 1. on…

Festival Miami brings variety of genres, performers to campus
Edge, Music

Festival Miami brings variety of genres, performers to campus

Festival Miami is a musical event that takes place at the University of Miami every year, bringing top performers to campus. The musical artists, who create sounds that make you feel like you have reached nirvana, will begin performing on Oct. 16 up until November. The event is held by the Frost School of Music, and was started to…

‘Tennessee’s Treasures’ conveys deep emotion, discusses dark subjects
Edge

‘Tennessee’s Treasures’ conveys deep emotion, discusses dark subjects

Performers at UM’s Jerry Herman Ring Theatre beautifully recreated scenes of anguish and despair in the play series “Tennessee’s Treasures.” Four short stories written by Tennessee Williams between 1944 and 1958 were spotlighted. The first, “Auto-da-Fe,” follows Eloi (Alex Michell) who is an asthmatic boy struggling to reveal his sexual identity to his old-fashioned mother. He…

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