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Latest campus dining addition offers checkout-free experience

The first floor of Whitten University Center recently received a new makeover, thanks to the addition of UM’s latest convenience store, Market NXT.Opened on March 18, Market NXT carries a variet...

From Frost to Broadway: how UM alum Q Robinson became the touring drummer f...

Down in the orchestra pit of the Adrienne Arsht Center, you’ll find Quinton “Q” Robinson in the drum booth keeping the rhythm of “Hamilton” afloat.A Miami native and 2003...

REVIEW: “Legally Blonde” at Actors’ Playhouse is 2 hours ...

Renee, Hernandez and Handler steal the show, backing up Elle vocally and morally as her priorities shift from winning Warner back to successfully defending Brooke in a heated trial.The three friends p...

From Miami to the Emmys: UM alum Geethika Kataru on post-grad life

Waking up to a flood of encouraging messages from friends and family on Jan. 16, the reality of LA life hit her.“The very next day, I had to do my two jobs like nothing had happened,” Kata...

Creating “brave space” in the classroom, UM prof Simon Howard d...

“Statistically, I should not be here, but unlike some folks who try to distance themselves from where they came from after they get their doctorate or other advanced degrees, I cannot do that,&#...

Blind Frost student learns music production with UM alum’s audio work...

The recent UM grad developed a passion for teaching music to visually-impaired students in Colombia, where Salas took a workshop on braille and music while completing his bachelor’s degree in 20...

UM junior Travian McNair to open 2023 Homecoming concert

As the clock counts down to Thursday’s Homecoming concert, junior Travian McNair is preparing to take the stage ahead of headliner Quavo at the Watsco Center.The economics major with minors in m...

WMTU announces sports agent Nicole Lynn as fall speaker

Student government committee What Matters to U (WMTU) has finally announced sports agent Nicole Lynn as the fall speaker after teasing its fall event on Instagram. Students can now reserve a free tick...

Taste the heart of Miami at these local Cuban restaurants

La Capital de los JugosIt’s in the name — the “juice capital” offers nearly 20 natural juices including pineapple, guava, blackberry and passion fruit, among others. If youR...

Frost talent shines at UM Wesley’s opening coffeehouse night

Of the 10 open mic performances, standouts included an acapella rap by graduate student Jaren Jozondi, an acoustic performance by first-year student Jess Caso and a Florence and the Machine-esque orig...

Layomi Adeojo

Layomi Adeojo is a senior from Leesport, Pa. double majoring in psychology & English literature and minoring in creative writing. She started writing for The Hurricane as a freshman and is excited to return as the Arts & Entertainment Editor. Involved in campus life, Layomi is also a President’s 100 Tour Guide, a Dean’s Ambassador, a leader in Inspire U Academy and a research assistant with the SHINE lab. As A&E editor, she looks forward to uniting her love for people, storytelling and the arts.