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Julia Goldani Telles from ‘The Affair’ talks pressures of conformity, equal rights
Culture, Television

Julia Goldani Telles from ‘The Affair’ talks pressures of conformity, equal rights

Season two of “The Affair,” which focuses on the effects of adultery to the pyshce of a family, is expected to premiere Oct 4. Actress Julia Goldani Telles, who plays Whitney Solloway on the show, shared how she hopes to use her role in the show to inspire change regarding equality for women. Telles’s biggest wish, she says, is freedom for everyone to…

A guide to navigating Snapchat’s updates
Culture

A guide to navigating Snapchat’s updates

Haven’t you always wanted to send videos of yourself vomiting lovely rainbows to your friends? Well, there’s an app for that: Snapchat. In case you didn’t know, Snapchat has recently released a series of updates to make life fun and less complicated for the everyday Snapchat user. The updates include rotating filters, more replay options…

Project IF inspires middle school students to ‘Imagine the Future’
Academics, Community, News, Science and Technology

Project IF inspires middle school students to ‘Imagine the Future’

The University of Miami welcomed local middle school students interested in creating science fiction multimedia Saturday morning as part of the Imagine the Future Project (Project IF). Project IF, headed by Department of Teaching and Learning associate professors Ji Shen and Blaine Smith, is a 10-week long program hosted by the UM School of Education and…

New chemistry class satisfies both taste buds, brain cells
Culture, Food

New chemistry class satisfies both taste buds, brain cells

Beakers, test tubes, chemical processes and food may sound like a questionable combination, but Professor Barbara Colonna brought them together in a tasty class students can’t get enough of. The Chemistry of Food and Taste (CHM 317) combines four semesters’ worth of knowledge of chemistry and the love of eating for a learning experience that’s…

President’s Picnic offers food, fun, new traditions
Campus Life, News

President’s Picnic offers food, fun, new traditions

For the third year in a row the venue for the President’s Picnic has changed, but this year’s is set to become the official tradition. In 2013 the picnic was held in the BankUnited Center; in 2014 it was former President Donna E. Shalala’s home, and Sunday the annual event was held on the Foote Greene and University Center…

‘Reach Me’ falls short of reaching expectations
Culture, Movies, Reviews

‘Reach Me’ falls short of reaching expectations

Returning to campus, Director and University of Miami alumnus John Herzfeld brought together a star-studded cast in his latest film “Reach Me,” including Kyra Sedgwick, Thomas Jane, Kevin Connolly, Nelly, Kelsey Grammer, Tom Berenger, Danny Aiello, Danny Trejo and UM alumnus Sylvester Stallone. There were high expectations for the movie “Reach Me,” however many were not…

Sexual violence PSA calls for dialogue, responsibility
Campus Life, News

Sexual violence PSA calls for dialogue, responsibility

In response to recent events across college campuses – including our own – Silence the Silence, a public service announcement (PSA) on sexual violence, is scheduled to air Thursday at the Canes Consent event, an event dedicated to raising awareness about sexual violence. The minute-long PSA asks students to challenge themselves to end the sexual…

Senior develops out-of-this-world rocket with NASA
News

Senior develops out-of-this-world rocket with NASA

While other students worked in offices for their summer internships, senior Benton Patterson was helping develop a rocket engine at NASA. Patterson, who studies aerospace and mechanical engineering, worked side-by-side with professionals on NASA’s Space Launch System, an initiative that hopes to expand space exploration.  The engine that he worked on is going to be…

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