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Conductor drums up energy for Band of the Hour
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Conductor drums up energy for Band of the Hour

For senior Julia Klingner, being a part of the University of Miami’s Band of the Hour is more than a commitment to performing during sports games. During the football game against Florida State University on Nov. 15, she conducted the band. As drum major in the band, Klingner has many jobs, from coordinating to leading the group by providing commands…

NBCUniversal executive visits School of Communication
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NBCUniversal executive visits School of Communication

This story was corrected on Monday, Oct. 20 at 4:55 p.m. Vice Chairman of NBCUniversal Ron Meyer shared his journey to becoming the longest-serving chief of a major motion picture company in Hollywood history with students Monday morning at the School of Communication. Meyer gave professional advice on presentations, business fundamentals and writing, in addition…

Guantanamo Bay exhibit comes to campus
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Guantanamo Bay exhibit comes to campus

The Guantanamo Public Memory Project, a collaborative look into the history of this United States naval station in Cuba, makes a stop at the University of Miami. The exhibit, which brings together projects from 11 universities, has been traveling to each of these schools as well as other sites. It allows students to explore the…

Organization fights inequality
News, Student Organization

Organization fights inequality

Actress Emma Watson, known for her role as Hermione in “Harry Potter,” recently endorsed the He-For-She campaign, a United Nations (UN) affiliated campaign addressing gender inequality. Students at the University of Miami are spreading a similar message through a chapter of the U.S. National Committee (USNC) for UN Women that was brought to campus this…

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