By day, University of Miami student Jasmine Ortiz studies musicianship, artistry development and entrepreneurship at the Frost School of Music. But by night, she records with producers like the multi-platinum Trackdilla.
TMH sits down with Haitian filmmaker Etant Dupain to discuss Haiti, his new film and what is to come.
A self-driven artist signed to Cane Records, Frost School of Music’s student-run record label, his love for music motivates him to balance his academics with the pursuit of his dreams.
You may have seen her hosting the Oscars, appearing on shows like "Key & Peele" and CBS’s "the Mentalist" or perhaps being the cover star of Black Owned Enterprise "Black" magazine. Now, she is here at The Miami Hurricane.
Many any essential social interactions and budding romances in college have been uprooted by the pandemic. Today, dating apps are shaping students’ daily lives and seem to be the only answer to finding the “one."
Michael Aquila is a drummer and a junior at the University of Miami studying chemistry with the hopes of pursuing a career in the medical field. Originally from Haddon Township, New Jersey, Aquila crashed a pair of sticks against drums and cymbals for the first time four years ago.
Kim Snyder, director of the Peabody award-winning documentary “Newtown,” sat down with The Miami Hurricane to discuss making "Us Kids" and what she hopes audiences (and voters) will take away from it.
“I was completely unconscious, only waking up a few times to see and feel what was happening,” recalled Emily Andrews, 21. “When I finally woke up and regained control, my rapist was laying his body on mine."
Nolan McDermott started training for this year’s marathon in Sept. 2019 by loosely following an 18-week training plan which he downloaded from the internet. Two weeks ago, he ran 20 miles– his longest distance so far.
In a conversation with The Hurricane, senior Julia Gorordo explained that she is more than prepared to answer the call of supporting childrens’ creative development.
“Other people need to come forward and tell their story," said the author of "Boy Erased." "Everyone knows mine now."
Owner Jeff Lee, general manager Evan Kline and UM professor Steve Rucker talk music, Rez Drums and how it has been able to survive despite larger chains taking over.