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‘Ayikodans’ dance performance conveys Haitian spirit, culture
Culture, Dance

‘Ayikodans’ dance performance conveys Haitian spirit, culture

“Ayikodans” at the Adrienne Arsht Center brings audiences a performance of music and dance through storytelling of spirituality and historical struggles. On Friday, a group of students from Hecht and Stanford Residential Colleges had the opportunity to experience the passion and vibrancy of Ayikodans. The Ayikodans dance troupe, founded and directed by Jeanguy Saintus, is…

Healthier Super Bowl menu makes for guilt-free game day snacking
Culture

Healthier Super Bowl menu makes for guilt-free game day snacking

No matter what team you’re rooting for this Sunday, every Super Bowl needs hearty, delicious snacks. But just because it’s the Super Bowl doesn’t mean you have to stray from your New Year’s fitness resolutions. Here are four delicious recipes with a healthy twist so you can still savor the taste of Super Bowl favorites…

Biography sheds light on Coral Gables founder George Merrick
Culture

Biography sheds light on Coral Gables founder George Merrick

Chances are, you’ve had a class in or have walked by the Merrick Building at least a few times. However, you probably don’t know about the influence that Merrick had on Miami’s history that led to his name being ingrained in our university’s infrastructure. Written by Arva Moore Parks, “George Merrick, Son of the South…

Newbie’s guide to Indian cuisine in Miami
Culture, Food

Newbie’s guide to Indian cuisine in Miami

For anyone looking to add a little spice to their life, Indian food can do just the trick. With staples like naan (oven-baked flatbread), flavorful protein dishes like chole (spicy chickpeas) and a variety of vegetable and meat curries, Indian food can leave your stomach full and your palate happy. For vegetarians and vegans, there…

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