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Photo of the Week: Standout Seniors
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Photo of the Week: Standout Seniors

This week’s “Photo of the Week” is a photo compilation by Art Director Emma Deardorff, featuring photos by Photo Editor Hallee Meltzer and Assistant Photo Editor Victoria McKaba. The image portrays standout seniors of the Class of 2016. To check out the stories behind every standout senior, visit the Senior Profiles page.

Photo of the Week: Fitness
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Photo of the Week: Fitness

This week’s “Photo of the Week” comes from staff photographer Erum Kidwai and features UM alumna Nicole Chaplin and junior Jessi DiPette during the fitness camp hosted as part of Well ‘Canes’ Week of Well-Being. Correction, April 10: This article originally stated that Week of Well-Being was hosted by UHealth. This is incorrect. Week of Well-Being…

Photo of the Week: G.O.P. Debate
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Photo of the Week: G.O.P. Debate

This week’s photo of the week comes from Assistant Photo Editor Victoria McKaba and features the four Republican candidates: Florida senator Marco Rubio, businessman Donald Trump, Texas senator Ted Cruz and Ohio governor John Kasich stand and hold their hands over their hearts while the National Anthem is sung during the G.O.P. Debate at the BankUnited Center Thursday…

GALLERY: Republican Debate at the University of Miami
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GALLERY: Republican Debate at the University of Miami

The University of Miami hosted the Republican primary debate for the first time in its history at the BankUnited Center (BUC) Thursday evening. However, the day brought more than just the G.O.P. candidates; protesters gathered outside UM to share their beliefs and disagreements with policies proposed by the debaters. Check out the gallery below to…

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