Cooking with Kaimin - Episode 3 Colombia
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Savannah Anderson is a UM junior studying international business and marketing who draws her heritage from Colombia. Anderson, a first-generation American, was born and raised in Kalispell, Montana. Here, exclusively with Kaimin, Savannah and her cousin David Alarcon, also a UM student, share their recipe for papas chorreadas, a typical Col… Read more

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The sound of hammer to wood filled my ears. “Good, he missed,” I thought. The next hammer fell, again missing its mark. My turn now. My grip tightened on the rubber handle. The muscles in my right arm coiled with anticipation. I raised the cold steel tool and brought it down. Fuck. I missed …

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Elle makes direct eye contact with Diego, tapping her arms up and down slowly. Her hands are direct and obvious, signifying exactly where she consents to be touched. The movements are casual but clear. She places her hands in front of her and Diego makes a motion, almost like knocking, into …

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With most of its chairs empty, Imagine Nation Brewing Co. oozed a mellow mood on the evening of Feb 18. Then the trill of an Irish whistle shook it from its slumber, and a tight-knit group of musicians began their first ditty of the night. As the song ended, some early arrivals applauded.

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Full disclosure: I have never listened to K-Pop. I couldn’t match the names of the members to their photos on a multiple-choice quiz. I watch the intense choreo videos that always seem to find their way onto my Twitter feed for a couple of seconds before scrolling on. In other words, I’m a K…

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Iconic 1990s rap group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony brought an energetic Valentine's Day performance to The Wilma, Feb. 14. Basked in interchanging lights, the crowd shouted chants with Bone Thug members and moved in waves during the show.

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Pinpointing the exact genre of a band like Post Animal is kind of like asking a country musician to not sing about tractors. It can’t be done. On their newest album, the band strives to make it known they will do anything they want to. 

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