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Yik Yak Reacts to Sixth UM President Julio Frenk

Julio Frenk at Monday's press conference. Erika Glass // Managing News Editor

Julio Frenk at Monday’s press conference. Erika Glass // Managing News Editor

Dr. Julio Frenk, Harvard dean and former Minister of Health of Mexico, was named the sixth president of the University of Miami Monday.

The Miami Hurricane staff collected screenshots from Yik Yak of some of the reactions around campus. [Hear more about students’ reactions in this video.]

Read the full story: Harvard dean Julio Frenk named new University of Miami president







April 13, 2015


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