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Loopholes allow for underage drinking at the Rat
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Loopholes allow for underage drinking at the Rat

Raising your right wrist at the Rat is as common as buying a pitcher of beer. The sole on-campus bar uses wristbands on the right hand as a system for verifying the legal age to drink alcohol. But with its larger location at the Student Activities Center, are underage students less likely to get caught…

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Frost dean nominated for Grammy

Nominated: Dean Shelton G. Berg was nominated for a Grammy Award for his arrangement of “Out There.” Courtesy http://www.shellyberg.com/   Pianist, arranger and composer Shelton G. Berg – who is also the dean of the Frost School of Music – was nominated for a Grammy Award this year. Berg was nominated for his arrangement of…

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SpectrUM kicks off Pride Awareness Week

The annual SpectrUM Pride Awareness Week kicked off Sunday with the Miami Beach Gay Pride Parade on sunny Ocean Drive. SpectrUM is the LGBT resource on campus. Its purpose is to educate students about diversity within sexual orientations. “SpectrUM is the space to explore and see other people, engage and have a sense of colorful…

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Students discover creative study nooks

Studying can be done almost anywhere: in a bedroom, in a closet, at the beach or a bar. With 10,509 students at the University of Miami, students are bound to get creative when finding and choosing their best study spots. Junior Danielle Bouquio, an employee at the Tavern Bar in Coconut Grove, studies at the…

Frost dean nominated for Grammy
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Frost dean nominated for Grammy

  Pianist, arranger and composer Shelton G. Berg – who is also the dean of the Frost School of Music – was recently nominated for a Grammy Award. Berg was nominated for his arrangement of “Out There” on Lorraine Feather’s album “Tales of the Unusual” (Jazzed Media) in the Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s) category….

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