Earlier this week, social media was flooded with the disappearance of 22-year-old Gabby Petito, a woman traveling across the country in a van with her boyfriend Brian Laundrie.
Flocks of University of Miami students hurried to the Watsco Center Thursday hoping to catch a glimpse of the largest names in Latin music, full of excitement and anticipation despite continuous surges of strong winds and heavy rain.
The Cinematic Arts Commission (CAC), one of Hurricane Production’s seven committees, hosts weekly movies every Wednesday and Saturday at the Lakeside Village Auditorium.
Already a social hub for the queer community, Miami Beach takes the time once a year to get larger, more grand, and even queerer. During this time, friends and supporters of all walks of life are encouraged to come together in celebration of their identities.
On Sept. 4, the University of Miami (UM) successfully launched the grand reopening of their Wynwood Gallery to the general public. The highly competitive Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree provides the professional skills to debut in the studio art scene and earn the qualifications for careers in art departments at the college educational level.
On Friday, Sept. 17, Canes Night Live (CNL) transformed the Shalala Student Center into a carnival complete with music, festivities and giveaways. Teaming up with CaneStage Theatre Company, the Hurricane Productions (HP) committee took inspiration from the Disney film “The Greatest Showman” to create a fun-filled evening.
From those free corporate-produced bandanas and shades that feel morally wrong to the alarming amount of assless chaps and jockstraps that you might see, there’s a lot to learn. But don’t worry, we are here to save the day and tell you what to expect.
It’s no secret that Miami has evolved into a leading city in the art community. A big part of Miami’s emergence into the forefront of the art scene is Wynwood, one of the most artistic neighborhoods in America.
With the excitement that the first week brings—and the hectic energy of a new semester—it’s easy to get overwhelmed, forgetting about your health.
As the fall season approaches, The Miami Hurricane felt it was an ideal time to preview some of the largest, impressive events coming up in the city we love.
Between the racial justice reckoning of last summer and the subsequent Black Lives Matter protests, news outlets and social media platforms alike were flooded with what seemed like endless graphic videos and images of Black trauma. Sophomore Julian Crosby took this as an opportunity to provide Black students an outlet.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many non-essential businesses are closing. But Oliver Cole Gallery stays strong, having learned how to navigate this new normal early on.