If you haven’t heard of Hamilton, I want to know what rock you’re living under. The hit broadway play has constantly sold out shows, with tickets reaching into the hundreds.
Created by In the Heights‘ Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton tells of the original founding father and about his rise and demise. The play has no dialogue, only songs, so go to Spotify and educate yourself; you will be hooked instantly, guaranteed.
The annual Tunnel of Oppression has returned to campus; it tackles social issues in a multi-sensory way in order to adhere to different students and cater to their learning styles. The one hour experience is composed of a tour through eight rooms each of which tackles a different issue with different sights, sounds, smells and items to touch to make the Tunnel as interactive as possible.
Hard Rock Stadium has rocked our world with a certain policy that is changing how the University of Miami tailgates. Administration is banning explicit music and DJs from UM tailgates, subtly targeting the rowdiness of the Cash Lots where the fraternities set up camp and enjoy game day.
They are encouraging UM to shift towards an SEC-style of tailgating. At a school where that’s never happened, what does that even mean? Here ar...
It’s the beginning of the year and classes are starting to pick up. Everyone is buzzing about football season starting on Saturday while simultaneously already losing sleep over homework and quizzes. In the midst of it all, a magical word appears: Homecoming. No, it’s not like high school. It’s so much better.
So what exactly is Homecoming? What’s all this buzz about?
In it’s simplest terms, Homecoming is a week that the Univers...
Once midnight hits and it’s 2016, many people create New Year’s Resolutions they probably don’t keep after a week. Not for Klaudius Maynard, who decided to call his friend Elayna Paulk and create a podcast.
“Something got into me and I said to myself ‘I want to start a podcast,’” Maynard said. “I took a big risk and called Elayna… I expected her to say she was busy.”
Paulk immediately said yes, and “The Bashment” was born.