University of Miami student Alexis Masciarella found a way to turn a tiny dorm into the living space of her dreams. The sophomore opened up her Mahoney-Pearson dorm room to a Hurricane reporter, offering advice and inspiration to other students struggling to make The U feel like home.
Being in college, it is easy to forget about maintaining a healthy self care routine. Unfortunately, with the stress of studying, late nights and early mornings, college is also the time you most need one. And with it being the beginning of a new year, semester and decade, now is the perfect time to perfect yours.
You have exactly five minutes after walking in to get over the initial discomfort of being the only white person in the room. Put your big girl/big guy panties on and power through because the weirder you make it, the weirder it will be for everyone. And take this as a minuscule introduction to the things your partner of color deals with every day.
Regardless of enjoying (or not enjoying) the performance, the overall vibe of the night was one filled with comradery and high spirits, resulting in a night of bonding between alumni and current students alike.
Last Friday, Oct. 11 was National Coming Out Day, an LGBTQ+ awareness day emphasizing the important role that proudly being “out” plays in activism.
21 Savage may have something to prove performatively at this year’s concert, but if there’s one thing UM students are, it’s always ready for a good time.
Wearing a white linen shirt and flip flops with a venti Starbucks coffee in hand, Farrell seemed to be a simple man. But the salt and peppered color of his hair suggested wisdom, a man with years of experience and plenty to say.
Going meat-free even once a week has great benefits for your health and that of the planet, and it doesn’t have to be boring or difficult. It can be achieved by simply removing the meat from your favorite dishes, replacing it with a vegetarian substitute or hopping on Pinterest to find something brand new. Plus, it’s only once a week.