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Brunch At Mr. C

On what seemed like the first nice Sunday afternoon in several weeks, I stepped out of my car into the covered parking lot attached to Mr. C Hotel in Coconut Grove. My drive to the property was lined with buildings both new and old. Directly across the street was the remodeled CocoWalk co...

On what seemed like the first nice Sunday afternoon in several weeks, I stepped out of my car into the covered parking ...

Frat Star Fashion

To assume frat-boy fashion is a monolith is a gross misunderstanding. And to assume it’s all about labels and “flexing” means you don’t know the right guys. At Miami, labels reign Supreme—literally. Don’t judge a book by its three-lettered cover. Ask a friend to envision a ...

To assume frat-boy fashion is a monolith is a gross misunderstanding. And to assume it’s all about labels and “flex...

Mitchell Kaplan

If “The Most Interesting Man in the World” commercial featured books instead of beer, it would have a real-life representative in Miami’s own Mitchell Kaplan. From studying law to teaching high school to selling books, hosting a podcast and running a production company, Kaplan has l...

If “The Most Interesting Man in the World” commercial featured books instead of beer, it would have a real-life rep...

Carlos Machado

“Everyone wants to be a creative,” laughed Carlos Machado, a University of Miami senior and artist who’s embraced the métier of storytelling. “But unless you strive to drown in a sea of Gen Z creatives, a flourishing Instagram simply won’t cut it.” A late bloomer, he was born...

“Everyone wants to be a creative,” laughed Carlos Machado, a University of Miami senior and artist who’s embraced...

In-House Quarantine Fit: The Miami Edition

Want to head to KAMPS for a Saturday morning sweat? Sorry: It’s closed. Rushing over to JetSet Miami to feel the morning burn after a night out? Not an option. How about dashing to Barry’s Bootcamp for a post-class, stressbusting, full body blast? Not available. And cleansing...

Want to head to KAMPS for a Saturday morning sweat? Sorry: It’s closed. Rushing over to JetSet Miami to feel the m...

Meet The Neighbors — Exploring The Different Neighborhoods of Miami

When you go to school in paradise, it’s easy to fall into the same old habits: going to the same beaches, the same bars with the same cute bartenders who wink at you when you order the same cocktails you’ve been drinking for the past two years. Students could very easily take Miami fo...

When you go to school in paradise, it’s easy to fall into the same old habits: going to the same beaches, the same ba...

Apples & Roses

What would your valentine’s day be without roses and sugary treats? Probably nothing. So why not combine the 2 staples of this romantic holiday in one activity that you can do with a special someone, some friends, or just enjoy with yourself (more for you honestly). Here’s a recipe fo...

What would your valentine’s day be without roses and sugary treats? Probably nothing. So why not combine the 2 staple...

I do, but not yet, if ever

Not everybody wants a Valentine, not yet anyway. Marriage and the desire to get married continues to be influenced by changing socioeconomic and cultural factors. Increasingly, young, educated adults are pushing back marriage dates and questioning what marriage even is.   College,...

Miami Mojito Company: A Wynwood Escape

If you have a day-time outing in Wynwood, there are a few questions that run through your head as you walk on the sidewa...

NatGeo on Campus: The Perfect Shot

The National Geographic Society (NatGeo) held its inaugural NatGeo on Campus at the University of Miami on November 9-10th. Their goal was simple: to empower the next generation so that they can understand and care for our planet. The first day of the event was packed with panels on topics...

The National Geographic Society (NatGeo) held its inaugural NatGeo on Campus at the University of Miami on November 9-10...