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‘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
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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…

Diverse crew creates film
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Diverse crew creates film

Barrett Dennison once thought a graduate degree in film would be his golden ticket to becoming a producer. “I wanted to be the boss who wears the suit and gets to throw the money around,” Dennison said in a Kentucky drawl. This soon fell to the wayside as Dennison, 25, sharpened his writing, directing and…

‘Off the Wire’ breaks convention
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‘Off the Wire’ breaks convention

Tucked away behind the audio booth, Elayna Paulk worked as the audio director for the University of Miami’s late-night comedy show “Off the Wire.” Since it was only her first semester at the show, she was more comfortable behind the scenes. One day, during a writer’s meeting, she was encouraged to read a part in…

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