Everyone wants PARTYNEXTDOOR to push himself musically, but the question remains, is that what Party wants for himself?
If Brazil truly cares about the future of its young women, it ought to provide crucial sexual health knowledge to equip them to make the best-informed decisions for themselves.
Surprising yet heartwarming, the audience was overwhelmingly young teenagers, many accompanied by parents who joined their eager children in waiting in line hours before doors opened.
But with our metro ranking along with the likes of Panama and Colombia, and the number of students experiencing homelessness tripling in the past decade, we have to ask ourselves, who is Miami being built for?
As time, history, and language evolve, it is empirical that art exhibits change as well.
“Chixtape 5” is more than enjoyable and will certainly be on repeat. However, for the next project Lanez drops, it is time for him to explore another sound that could grant him the legend status the artists he looks up to and featured in his tape have rightfully earned.
If California wants to live up to the diverse, accepting utopia that it presents itself to be, it’s time it starts taking the actions to do so.
Days of Miami’s endless traffic jams are far from over.
Sampling Destiny’s Child and Usher while blending quintessential, contemporary R&B, the range in sound mirrors the range of emotions we feel through the stages of infatuation, love and heartbreak.
For National Coffee Day (Sept. 29), The Hurricane asked students what they love so much about the caffeine-filled drink and found out their favorite places to get it. Without further ado, here is a list of some of Miami’s most-loved coffee spots