For many, Miami doesn’t seem to be the most festive place to celebrate, but despite our lack of snow and sweater weather, there are still tons of fun things you can do to celebrate both Hanukkah and Christmas.
The end of every semester often leaves us reminiscing about more stress-free times, from formals to homecoming week to football games. Capturing these memories in a whimsical little bubble, protected from the chaos of finals, is not too far-fetched with a snow globe just at the end of your keyboard.
“There’s no age limit on making sure your voice is heard:” MTV celebrates young voters at post-election party
The event brought a star-studded guest list, free food, good music and plenty of photo-ops to Miami-Dade College’s Kendall campus shortly after Florida polls closed on Tuesday.
Whether you’ve already casted your vote or will be doing so on Nov. 6, join MTV, your friends and other young people determined to make a difference in winding down after a particularly stressful election season.
Diego Garcia talks like a painter, but his canvas is the silver screen.
As part of the Frost Music Live Signature Series, Gusman Hall hosted an Evening of Two-Piano Music with Tian Ying and Anastasiya Naplekova Saturday, Sept. 29
Chris Peterson, who created the popular blog in 2014, said in an email that he is impressed with how UM’s program is improving. “It’s one of the very best in the Southeast,” he said.