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Miami Spice brings out inner foodie
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Miami Spice brings out inner foodie

  Filet mignon with creamy béarnaise sauce, seared red snapper with a leek ragout, lavender crème brûlée and chocolate soufflé grace the tables of the most sophisticated restaurants in Miami. For the average college student, the thought of a gourmet dinner is like experiencing  a decadent food pornography that only happens a couple of times…

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Men in tights: Traveling troupe bends gender roles

A dancer glides across the stage, turning and twirling wearing a pastel, beaded-lace tutu. One cannot help but be amazed by the balance of grace and strength.
Then you realize that this dancer has hairy, muscular legs and wears a size 14 pointe shoe, a guy in a prima ballerina disguise.

Culture

Chocolate Festival

Chocolate seems to be everyone’s guilty pleasure, satisfy your sweet tooth this weekend at a once a year chocolate lovers event. Fairchild Tropical Gardens has paired up with Whole Foods to host the International Chocolate Festival with Coffee and Tea. This will be the festival’s fifth year and many events are in store tospan the…

Hurricane bookshelf: “College Cooking”
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Hurricane bookshelf: “College Cooking”

Midterms are in full swing this semester. You’ve had your third night of frozen pizza for dinner and you say to yourself, ‘I’m only doing this because they were on sale’, but you know the real reason- you have no idea what you’re doing in the kitchen. The cookbook “College Cooking: Feed Yourself and Your…

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Overflow housing forces students off campus

Many students who wanted to live on campus this year were not granted the opportunity- some got off the wait list and found rooms, some went off campus to the surrounding Coral Gables apartments and homes, while 30 other students, and the entire University of Miami Intensive English Program, are in limbo and are being housed at the Holiday Inn until a spot can open up.

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