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Photo of the Week: “It’s On Us” Rally with Former Vice-President Joe Biden
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Photo of the Week: “It’s On Us” Rally with Former Vice-President Joe Biden

This week’s photo of the week comes from Photo/Visuals Editor, Hunter Crenian, at the “It’s On Us” rally against sexual assault with former U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden in the Watsco Center’s Fieldhouse March 20. Biden spoke to a hall of hundreds of UM students and praised the University of Miami for it’s willingness to create…

Gallery: ESPN’s College GameDay and Miami vs Notre Dame
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Gallery: ESPN’s College GameDay and Miami vs Notre Dame

ESPN’s College GameDay arrived in the heart of University of Miami’s campus Saturday Nov.11 to signify the biggest football game in the nation that night: the Miami Hurricanes v.s the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. With their 41-8 victory and record 6.7 million viewership reach, the Hurricanes did not disappoint. Scroll through the gallery to recap…

Gallery: Homecoming King and Queen Pageant
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Gallery: Homecoming King and Queen Pageant

Mirror mirror, on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all? Senior Gabrielle Hand and junior Anthony Preston took home both the Queen and King titles on behalf of Undergraduate Black Students (UBS) during “The Fairest of Them All,” the 2017 Homecoming pageant on Oct. 30. Brianna Valdes, representing Federación de Estudiantes Cubanos (FEC), was…

Gallery: FunDay
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Gallery: FunDay

The Butler Center’s annual FunDay, a day when University of Miami students and their local buddies participate in hands-on activities throughout campus, took place Saturday. Check out the gallery below of the day’s events by staff photographer Ben Spiro.

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Gallery: Week in Review, Feb. 2, 2017

Check out highlights captured by our photo team from the past week.

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Gallery: Tunnel of Oppression

Tunnel of Oppression, an installation composed of nine rooms, is a multi-sensory, comprehensive experiment designed to highlight some of society’s largest issues. Each room, designed by a student organization, displays a perceived problem plaguing individuals throughout the world including environmental, racial and economic issues. Below you’ll find select images from the event.

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