Spring 2010 Issue


Oh Me, Oh MiMo

Barry business students help to revitalize a neighborhood and preserve a local design legacy.
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Features

The Dark side of the Lens

Whenever a picture is taken at a crime scene in Miami-Dade County, there’s a good chance a Barry student or graduate is behind the camera
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Spotlights

Letters for Haiti

Initially wary of the assignment, this young Miami Herald staffer and Barry alumna found solace writing about her family’s experience in the wake of the Haitian earthquake
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Headliners

The Lost Boys

As one of the Lost Boys of Sudan, Valentino Achak Deng became all too familiar with the daily realities of war and death.
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Sports Beat

Up to par

Men’s golf head coach Jimmy Stobs, now in his eighth season, has these men playing some great golf.
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Arts & Culture

Crazy, creative glee that makes you grin

The Naked Stage, Barry University’s professional theater company in residence, now in its fourth season, transformed the Pelican Stage into a post-apocalyptic nightmare during the November 20009 run of “Macon City: A Comic Book Play.”
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Alumni Connection

The perfect mix

Separate oil from water, add in a lot of hard work and you just might find yourself with a successful business
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