Gopie, 58, was recently awarded a residence in New Orleans under the Joan Mitchell Foundation. She is one of 32 artists— the only one from Florida— who received the Artist-in-Residence achievement, which begins this month.
“I hope this event will allow people to form connections and start a legacy of acceptance and education,” said Jessica Osborn, chair of GradOut. “This will be groundbreaking for the university.”
Whether you’re in need of some serious words of encouragement, a quick pick-me-up, or a reminder of the fierce woman you are becoming, here are nineteen songs performed by women, for women that are sure to leave you feeling empowered and ready to take on the world.
Open to members of the public, students and faculty, this event had all the features of high society. Sponsored by Bacardi and catered by Sushi Maki, “Lowe After Hours” filled its guests’ bellies with delicious sushi and scrumptious cocktails.
Gearing up for the conclusion of the Avengers franchise, with a movie appropriately titled “Avengers: Endgame,” Marvel is capping phase three of its cinematic universe by presenting new-comer Carol Danvers (aka Captain Marvel), in her very own stand-alone, self-titled film.
“From DJs to full bands and everything in between, we are looking to make this basically a huge party to showcase the insane talent on this campus.”
Last Friday, students came to the Shalala Student Center for Cane Night Live’s Mardi Gras Bash.
Joined by Rafiah Jones and Kamilah A. Picket, Ullah brought her highly acclaimed “Hijabi Monologues” to her alma mater for a single night showing on Thursday, Feb. 28 at the Bill Cosford Cinema.
It is already March, which means that summer internship season is quickly approaching. That’s why I have created this look book—as a guide to letting your style shine no matter the situation.
For the sixth year in a row, DragOut has been a staple event for SpectrUM, as students, drag queens and kings and faculty members perform to raise money for South Florida charities that serve LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ folks alike.
“Hijabi Monologues,” which debuts on campus on Thursday, Feb. 28, allows Muslim women who wear the sometimes controversial head covering to speak their truth about their stories.