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It's Friday, April 13.
Sophomore Keiana Wilkerson rocks her vintage look. "I dress how I feel," she said. Photo by Jordan Lewis

Strut your stuff

When everyone isn't wearing groggy, thrown-together 8 a.m. exam outfits, campus can be filled with quite the fashionable bunch. Our contributor Jordan Lewis set out to find some of the coolest looks and the result is this spring fashion roundup. If you were in search of some budget-friendly inspiration, you're welcome. 

(Bonus: Next week is our environment issue, so keep an eye out for a story on  sustainable fashion.) 

Spring is a great time to think about transformation. Columnist Dana Munro turned 20 recently and the milestone prompted a question: "Where am I in the process of becoming who I want to be?
In other news...

Who has what it takes? That is the underlying question in the competition for UM quarterback. Spring scrimmages have begun and so far, Coach Mark Richt says Malik Rosier is clearly in the lead.

"Malik is ahead of everybody as far as just knowing what to do and how to do it," Richt said after an April 7 scrimmage. 

However, there's still time for other players, like No. 2 quarterback contender N'Kosi Perry, to catch up and snag the position. As for the rest of the team, the rookies were showing out and impressing coaches, too. 

Homeschooling could take on a new meaning if a Miami-Dade County plan to construct a new school in Downtown Miami and affordable teacher housing on-site comes to fruition.

Sure, the idea sounds appealing at first because who wouldn't like cheaper rent in the 305? But it misses (or purposely ignores) the root of the problem: most teachers don't make a living wage. So we used the skills our hardworking teachers taught us and we wrote an editorial on the proposed project
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