“It’s a rarity that we have a concert that represents all areas of Frost, especially one where the proceeds are donated to a good cause,” said Blake Evans, a junior majoring in jazz drum set performance
Her exhibit, titled “Truths and Visions,” is part of the Myrna and Sheldon Palley Glass Artist Lecture Series. It will be showcased 7-9 p.m. Sept. 26.
New York Fashion Week recently wrapped up its shows, and, as per usual, it gave a sneak peak at all the hot trends and styles that will be inescapable this the spring. The Miami Hurricane has gathered five styles to keep a close eye on, so you can have everyone complimenting you on your cutting-edge looks.
Last Wednesday, Sept. 18, was National First Love Day. To celebrate, The Hurricane spoke to a few students about theirs.
The program not only features the University of Miami Frost School of Music students but also faculty, alumni and friends. UM professor and musician, Will Wulfeck, will be performing with his sextet Thursday, Sept. 26.
The 27-year-old singer-songwriter took to their Instagram page of 13.4 million followers to make the announcement in a picture and paragraph-length caption explaining what they called “a lifetime of being at war with my gender.”
Frost School of Music graduates turned best friends Amy Gionfriddo, Brian Gross and Max Molander, formed an alternative pop-rock band during their time at the U. Following graduation, they moved across the country, now living in Los Angeles to chase their music industry dreams.
Monthly book club led by Lowe Art Museum educator to discuss health and well-being begins Tuesday, Sept. 24.
“I think this book club will help the community by bringing up topics that usually discussed in a typical book club, such as “what is really important in your life,” or “stop and think what gives meaning in your life,” clinical psychologist Cristina Pozo-Kaderman said.
Mental health is an important aspect of life that often needs tending to when faced with college life. Take a look at how your fellow ‘Canes manage theirs.