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Senior Profiles: Vignesh Kumaresan
Projects, Senior Profiles

Senior Profiles: Vignesh Kumaresan

Economics and psychology major Vignesh Kumaresan has led the Hurricane Bhangra dance team as captain for the past two years. In addition to his artistic activities, Kumaresan is part of the BRAIN Group, a neuroscience lab researching anxiety, and interns with the Clinical Applications team at the Miller School of Medicine. He was also chosen…

Dr. Steven M. Altschuler named CEO of UHealth, senior vice president of health affairs at UM
Administration, News

Dr. Steven M. Altschuler named CEO of UHealth, senior vice president of health affairs at UM

Dr. Steven M. Altschuler has been named chief executive officer of UHealth, the University of Miami Health System, and senior vice president of health affairs at the University of Miami. Altschuler previously served as president and CEO of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and The Children’s Hospital Foundation, holding the positions for 15 years. He…

Photo of the Week: ‘Hug the Lake’
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Photo of the Week: ‘Hug the Lake’

This week we have a series of photos from Wednesday’s Hug the Lake event presented by Random Acts of Kindness. Students joined hands around Lake Osceola in celebration of Earth Day. The annual event recognizes the importance of preserving the unique environment of Coral Gables. This year, president-elect Julio Frenk, his wife Dr. Felicia Knaul and…

Photo of the Week: Novak Djokovic at Miami Open
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Photo of the Week: Novak Djokovic at Miami Open

This week we have a photo from staff photographer Matthew Trabold, who covered this year’s Miami Open for The Miami Hurricane. Here, Serbian player Novak Djokovic, currently ranked No. 1 by the Association of Tennis Professionals, competes against No. 7 David Ferrer during the men’s singles quarterfinals last Thursday. Djokovic made it the Sunday’s final round, where…

Saturday’s Ultra Music Festival illuminates Miami
Culture, Gallery, Photo, Ultra

Saturday’s Ultra Music Festival illuminates Miami

From the neon-bright outfits to the pulsing beats, Ultra Music Festival took Miami by storm Friday night with rain showers that shut down five of seven stages. The electronic dance music celebration continued Saturday with performances from Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Hardwell, and Axwell and Ingrosso. Festival-goers donned flower crowns, waved decorative flags and raved on…

Front row at Ultra Music Festival opening night
Gallery, Photo, Ultra

Front row at Ultra Music Festival opening night

Ultra Music Festival’s opening night on Friday made a splash – literally. The electronic dance concert was filled with showers that shut down four stages and left festival-goers’ scant neon clothing soaked. But if there’s one thing Miami knows how to do is keep the party going. Here’s a recap of what went down on day one.

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