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Sephardi Voices: A forgotten exodus commemorated at UM

Through Sephardi Voices, an international NGO founded by Dr. Henry Green, a professor of Religious and Judaic Studies at UM, students were afforded the opportunity to learn about the plight of the Jew...

Try these top menu items at Pura Vida Miami

White poles wrapped in greenery, thatched island pendant lights and a grand glass dessert case greet you from the second you step into Pura Vida. This tropical oasis is filled with fresh, organic food...

UM students reopen Challah for Hunger on campus

Miami has developed a reputation for being vibrant, diverse and innovative, and UM students are constantly coming up with ways to better our world.Junior neuroscience major Allie Rodman and sophomore ...

Diving into Miami’s dining scene: all the affordable, hidden gems

Miami’s diverse cuisine makes the Magic City exciting for food connoisseurs worldwide. However, some of the most popular restaurants are also among the most expensive. With the city’s hidden gems, you can find a good meal at a reasonable price.

In conversation with comedian Sam Morril

This week, Morril will bring his comedy stylings to Miami Beach on Thursday, March 23 as part of his national Class Act Tour. The Miami Hurricane interviewed Morril on his life, career and upcoming visit to Miami.

UM Hillel leaders discuss anti-Semitism and combating hate

Anti-Semitic movements have become increasingly active across college campuses, especially in Florida. Earlier this month, the group, “Ye is Right,” visited the University of Florida, Florida State University and University of Central Florida to spread antisemitic messages. The hate group wrote antisemitic messages with chalk around the University of Florida.

Strolling through art: Coconut Grove Arts Festival

The 59th Coconut Grove Arts Festival, held this past weekend, offered visitors different kinds of art and a chance to interact with passionate artists. Between the commotion and one-of-a-kind work, it was easy to get lost and spend the entire weekend taking in each work.

Interacting with history: Black History Mobile Museum visits UM

Authentic artifacts like historical drawings and memorabilia chronicle the founding of the Black Panther Party, the start of hip-hop, and the first Black president. The order in which one is supposed to view the exhibit conveys a strong feeling of resilience within a community that has long been disenfranchised.

Singing in style: Our fashion favorites from the 2023 Grammys

When it came to red-carpet and show styles, celebrity attendees met and even exceeded expectations. Fringe, diamonds, multiple colors and dark blue ensembles took center stage. Here is a list of artists that dressed to the nines — or maybe tens!

UM sophomore saves for 11 years to visit Antarctica

From a young age, the marine affairs and geography major has loved scuba diving, calling it the best way to experience the ocean. Originally from Pittsburgh, Pa. Kronman always wanted to study “something in the marine sciences'' at UM.

Shelly Gottlieb