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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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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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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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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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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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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