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Baptist Collegiate Ministry celebrates long legacy of service
Campus Life, Featured, News, Religious Life

Baptist Collegiate Ministry celebrates long legacy of service

While celebrating the weekend’s Homecoming festivities, the Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM) also celebrated its 65th anniversary on campus. BCM hosts weekly worship services, small group study and service trips.  It is “a safe place for those searching for hope, meaning and love,” Director and Chaplain Matt Wofford said. When the university allotted land for religious services on campus…

Campus weighs in on Election Day voting
Campus Life, Featured, News

Campus weighs in on Election Day voting

After months of campaign and debate, Election Day has arrived. The Miami Hurricane surveyed University of Miami students after they cast their votes this afternoon. Freshman Danny Ivanov was at the polls Tuesday. He recently participated in a public political debate, representing the UM Young and College Democrats and debating on behalf of candidate Charlie…

Canes offense rams through Tar Heels
Featured, Football, Sports

Canes offense rams through Tar Heels

After a convincing win Oct. 23 at Virginia Tech, many Hurricanes fans headed into Homecoming weekend wondering if Miami could pull off another big win two weeks in a row. The second quarter began with North Carolina pinned deep in its own territory and in punt formation. The snap sailed over punter Tommy Hibbard’s head…

Playwrights become Astonishing Idiots
Edge, Featured, Theater

Playwrights become Astonishing Idiots

A handful of students is seated in a collection of rickety desks too small to support their laptops and thick scripts. This is Astonishing Idiots, a new student-run theater company housed under the Department of Theatre Arts. Astonishing Idiots is currently preparing for two shows this semester. The first will be on Wednesday.  Faculty instructor…

Homecoming 2014 Weekend
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Homecoming 2014 Weekend

Homecoming festivities wrapped up this weekend with events on Friday leading up to Saturday’s game. On Friday night, student organizations walked in the Homecoming Parade, with the theme “Spirit is Out There.” Also on Friday night, the annual Hurricane Howl was held. The event included the boat burning ceremony and fireworks, as well as food…

Homecoming concert mixes genres with Matt and Kim, Fabolous
Featured, Homecoming 2014, Music

Homecoming concert mixes genres with Matt and Kim, Fabolous

Although seemingly a strange combination, Matt and Kim with Fabolous at the 2014 Homecoming concert made for a surprising mishmash of alternative and rap music. On Thursday, the BankUnited Center transformed into a glow stick-illuminated, confetti-covered venue. During the evening, Kim booty danced over the crowd, Fabolous gave some heartfelt words and the mixed genres…

Cutting-edge costuming enchants audiences
Edge, Featured, Theater

Cutting-edge costuming enchants audiences

In a flash, tattered rags transformed into a shimmering, elegant ballgown fit for a princess. A pumpkin transformed into an opulent, regal carriage and mice changed into dashing horses. This classic scene is widely recognized as the magical handiwork of the fairy godmother in the story “Cinderella.” But in the national touring production, now at…

Senior Savanah Leaf shines both on, off court
Featured, Sports, Volleyball

Senior Savanah Leaf shines both on, off court

How many college athletes do you know who were also Olympians? Or better yet – who also took first place in a district of the Congressional Art Competition? Meet Savanah Leaf, Miami volleyball’s leading scorer and starting outside hitter who is as dynamic as her resume suggests. “I want to prove myself as both an…

6 must-see movies for your Halloween marathon
Blogs, Featured, UBuzz

6 must-see movies for your Halloween marathon

Halloween is a great time for punny costumes, excess candy consumption and, most importantly, pumpkin spice lattes. But in all the rush and excitement to find the perfect Pinterest-worthy decorations for the ultimate Halloween party, we’ve forgotten one of the best parts of this spooky holiday—the movies! Halloween movies are the greatest. From horror to hysterical, from…

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