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Actors Gwilym Lee, Joseph Mazello and Rami Malek are presented with Miami Hurricanes football jerseys at a screening for their upcoming film, "Bohemian Rhapsody," at the Cosford Cinema Oct. 3. Photo credit: Hunter Crenian

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First Michelle Obama... now, the cast of a major motion picture?

It's getting hard to keep track of famous faces showing up at the U... but we're not complaining! Students were treated to a special advance screening of Queen biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody," Oct. 3, a full month before the film's premiere. Stars Gwilym Lee, Joseph Mazello and Rami Malek were in attendance and, in true U fashion, were presented with their very own Hurricanes jerseys... and accompanying Turnover Chains, of course.

Learn more about the screening and other on-campus excitement through our latest Photos of the Week.
In other news...

You win some, you - well, you know. Campus might have been abuzz in Queen frenzy, but we weren't the champions during Saturday's game against Virginia. Coming off our thrilling win against FSU, we just couldn't keep up the momentum - but as sports writer Isaiah Kim-Martinez puts it, "if there is anything certain about college football, it’s that there are no guarantees." Anxious to see another #ComebackCanes? Be sure to check back with TMH to see how the Oct. 26 game at Boston College unfolds.

Who are you? That's a big question for college students, especially when their two worlds - their high school and college selves - collide. If you need tips for handling your hometown this fall break, our latest editorial has you covered.

Miami-Dade Police needs your help. Following the loss of UM student Yasser Talal Ibrahim Abualfaraj, the Miami-Dade Police Department is looking to locate an individual involved in a "suspicious incident" for questioning. Anyone with information can call Detective B. Jurado at (305) 471-2400 or @CrimeStopper305 at (305) 471-8477.

As we continue to confront this tragedy, remember that you can access grief counselors and support staff through the Counseling Center at 305-284-5511, as well as university chaplains through the Dean of Students Office.
Before you go... If the dining hall routine is a little too, well, routine, editors Jordan Lewis and Kay-Ann Henry have the solution. The two reviewed South Miami's new Natural Chicken Grill, and we're already hungry. Jordan says "I left feeling full, satisfied, and not like I had canceled out the day’s workout." Sound good? Natural Chicken Grill is located at 6800 Red Rd, South Miami, 33143.
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