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5 books with strong female leads for Women’s History Month

In honor of Women’s History Month, The Miami Hurricane has compiled several books that propose strong female leads to keep your reading informed and current. From stories spanning warstruck Afghanistan to barren dystopian wastelands, there’s something for everyone on this list of feminist fiction.

TV Review: “You”Season 4 Part 1

The latest season of Netflix show “You” flips the narrative drastically, making Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgeley) the hunter instead of the hunter amid his new friend group of privileged London socialites. He is stalked and implicated in a series of murders by someone who knows him and his entire past.

5 nonfiction books for the fiction fan

Nonfiction books can be hard to get into when reading for pleasure. If done wrong, nonfiction can become drearily reminiscent of dull textbooks or dense scholarly articles. However, this genre is vital in this day and age with the rise of misinformation across social media and our digital world. Here are five books that will help you enjoy the nonfiction genre.

Where to go in South Florida for a dose of Holiday cheer

Miami’s warm weather can make getting into the holiday spirit tough, but Miami has its own version of holiday cheer with some quintessential activities for the winter, ranging from immersive light shows to classic holiday snacks! Here is a list of Miami must-dos for this holiday season.

When Miami freezes over: Top 6 books for winter

Winter in Miami is refreshing, to say the least. What we quantify as winter is a mild spring day for some of the more brutal areas of the Northeast. Even so, you may find yourself on a boat in January, missing the cold. Some might appreciate Miami’s winter mildness, but if you ever crave a chilly day, try out one of these books to feel the chill this winter.

Diya Tekriwal