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Cosford Cinema hosts ‘Moonlight’ screening, discussion with playwright Tarell McCraney
Community, Edge, Movies, Q & A + Profiles, Theater

Cosford Cinema hosts ‘Moonlight’ screening, discussion with playwright Tarell McCraney

Playwright Tarell McCraney participated in a Q&A session with University of Miami President Julio Frenk Wednesday evening at the Cosford Cinema after a screening of “Moonlight,” the Academy Award-nominated film that was inspired by one of McCraney’s plays. “Tarell is a son of Miami, he is an artist of Miami, he is a creator of…

Styx keyboardist, vocalist discusses shift to online presence, ‘brand awareness’ over time
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Styx keyboardist, vocalist discusses shift to online presence, ‘brand awareness’ over time

Classic rock group Styx played at Miami’s Magic City Casino last weekend on Friday, Dec. 2. While the audience was smaller than during the band’s heyday in the late ’70s and early ’80s, it was no less enthusiastic, and the set list was upbeat and dynamic. The show featured fun yet minimal lighting effects, such…

From Microsoft Paint to printmaking: Graduate student artist finds digital niche
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From Microsoft Paint to printmaking: Graduate student artist finds digital niche

Update, 3:30 p.m., Sept 16, 2016: A clarification was added to a statement by Gabriel Madan. Gabriel Madan, a  first-year graduate art student in UM’s College of Arts and Sciences, is already establishing himself as a professional. His work is on display alongside four other MFA students’ pieces in the 2016 UM Incoming Graduate Student…

‘Chopped’ cooking competition features student O’Shane Elliott
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‘Chopped’ cooking competition features student O’Shane Elliott

While most students are trying to cook ramen noodles in their dorms, University of Miami senior O’Shane Elliott is doing it on national television and will get to showcase his talent on “Chopped,” a Food Network show. The special college edition features four other students from New York University, Northwestern University and the University of Washington….

Stand-up comedian to take local stage
Edge, Q & A + Profiles

Stand-up comedian to take local stage

CORRECTION: This story originally reported that Malik was born in Pakistan and was an admissions recruiter at the Miller School of Medicine. Malik was born in New York but spent time living in Pakistan, and he is an admissions adviser for the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine in Coral Gables. The story was…

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