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Helen Blondel’s new business is POPpin’ off—pun intended

Helen Blondel’s new business is POPpin’ off---pun totally intended. After losing her day job in human resources to Covid-19, veteran performer Helen Blondel took a leap of faith, starting online fitness platform BellyPOP, which offers courses in belly dancing and professional entertainment.

Everett Price, longtime director of the Rat, retires after 26 years

Everett Price, the lifelong ‘Cane responsible for introducing the popular gliders now common around campus, is retiring as director of the Rathskeller after 26 years in the position.

‘March For Our Lives’ documentary aimed at young voters, activi...

Kim Snyder, director of the Peabody award-winning documentary “Newtown,” sat down with The Miami Hurricane to discuss making "Us Kids" and what she hopes audiences (and voters) will take away from it.

What the f*ck is ‘Tiger King’?

One writer’s completely sophisticated, totally unbiased take on the global feline phenomenon.

How campus ministries are coping with coronavirus

While campus ministries have physically closed their doors, many are still using this time to find new ways to serve and connect with their students.

A beginner’s guide to intermittent fasting

What exactly is IF? What are the benefits and risks? And can implementing it in your diet help you reach your goals?

UM yogi talks isolation, meditation, shares quarantine-friendly routine

Some people might see an injury as an ending. But, for University of Miami senior Miranda De Gasperi, it was the beginning of a fulfilling new journey into the world of yoga.

3 simple, tasty recipes to make quarantine a little sweeter

Even the most amateur of bakers can throw together these easy and delicious desserts.

No gym, no problem: Working out when you can’t leave home

Your social life might suffer right now, but your workout routine doesn't have to. In fact, maybe LIV closing down was one of the best things to happen to your fitness regimen in a long time.

Ultra pulls the plug, offers no refunds

An email sent by organizers promised ticket holders admission to 2021 or 2022 events, an exclusive extra performance at the next festival, discounts on merchandise and a slew of other benefits outlined in the official email below. One word, however, was missing from the email that has many fans upset– "refund."

Kylea Henseler