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Saturday, April 17, 2021

Rhythm Nation shows off diverse productions

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Junior Kenthia Farmer remembers falling in love with the world of theater and dance before she could stand. Her parents are paid to dance...

Coach, alumnus’ first Olympic medal highlights realization of lifelong goal, transformative...

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Randy Ableman, who has served as the head diving coach at the University of Miami for 28 years, celebrated yet another career victory during...

5-foot-7 freshman guard continues to shatter expectations

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Heart over height. It’s a message that 5-foot-7, 160-pound Chris Lykes has tattooed across his chest and a motto he has lived by his entire...

Junior’s ‘Front Office Sports’ website features sports industry content, resources

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The sports industry is one of the most lucrative fields in America. According to Forbes, the sports market is expected to be valued at...

ACC champion Michelle Atherley dominates the track, stays humble

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For most athletes, it takes years of training to become successful and renowned. Michelle Atherley is not like most athletes. The words inked on her...

Nigerian-born athlete finds his way as offensive lineman

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  Sunny Odogwu is hard to miss. His six-foot-eight frame towers over those he faces both on and off the football field. But his is an...

International athlete thriving in new environment

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Going from high-school athlete to college athlete can be quite the adjustment. Growing up in Europe and having just one year of experience in...

Massage therapy offers students stress relief

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Being a college student can be stressful at times; juggling academics and social life is no easy task. The Herbert Wellness Center offers a special service that can help – though not a lot of students have taken advantage of it. Ever since the center’s opening in January 1996, massage therapy from licensed therapists has been offered to members of the community, faculty, staff and students.

Polish tennis player Piotr Lomacki continues successful career in Miami

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When Piotr Lomacki was 6-years-old, his father placed a tennis racket in his hand and took him to a court in his hometown of...

Macedonian-born freshman builds on his tennis prestige in US

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Before he could envision himself serving a tennis ball on the red clay at the famous Stade Roland-Garros courts during the Junior French Open, Bojan Jankulovski could recite the capital of every European country by the age of 3.

Canes benefit from return of versatile forward Keyona Hayes

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Redshirt junior forward Keyona Hayes is back after missing all of last season with a right ankle injury. The skilled 6-foot-1 player from Marietta,...

Club baseball player uses Division-I experience to excel

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Sports aren't always fair. MacDonagh was cut from the team during the fall of his sophomore year in 2016.