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Gallery: President Julio Frenk’s Inauguration Week

Throughout the past week, special events and guest speakers came to campus in honor of the inauguration of UM’s sixth president, Julio Frenk. Check out a recap of the week’s events below:

Sunday, January 24

Women's basketball Head Coach Katie Meier discusses how athletics helps build confidence in female student athletes during the Celebration of Women's Athletics brunch Sunday in the BankUnited Center. Evelyn Choi // Staff Photographer

Women’s basketball Head Coach Katie Meier discusses how athletics helps build confidence in female student athletes during the Celebration of Women’s Athletics brunch Sunday in the BankUnited Center. Evelyn Choi // Staff Photographer

Junior guard Adrienne Motley takes a free throw during Miami's 69-58 loss to FSU Sunday afternoon at the BankUnited Center. Motley scored a game high 20 points in the loss. Erum Kidwai // Assistant Photo Editor

Junior guard Adrienne Motley takes a free throw during Miami’s 69-58 loss to FSU Sunday afternoon at the BankUnited Center. Motley scored a game high 20 points in the loss. Erum Kidwai // Assistant Photo Editor

Monday, January 25

2015 Nobel Peace Prize winner Abdessattar Ben Moussa presents at the Lowe Art Museum on how the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet sought out democracy during Tunisia’s Jasmine revolution. Kawan Amelung // Staff Photographer

2015 Nobel Peace Prize winner Abdessattar Ben Moussa presents at the Lowe Art Museum Monday evening on how the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet sought out democracy during Tunisia’s Jasmine revolution. Kawan Amelung // Staff Photographer

Senior center Tonye Jekiri and senior forward Ivan Cruz Uceda challenge two Duke players for a rebound during Monday night’s game at the BankUnited Center. The Hurricanes won the game 80-69, improving their record to 16-3. Nick Gangemi // Editor-in-Chief

Senior center Tonye Jekiri and senior forward Ivan Cruz Uceda challenge two Duke players for a rebound during Monday night’s game at the BankUnited Center. The Hurricanes won the game 80-69, improving their record to 16-3. Nick Gangemi // Editor-in-Chief

Tuesday, January 26

Presidential Historian Jon Meacham speaks at Gusman Concert Hall Tuesday evening regarding how past political leadership influences current governmental decision-making. Pulling from his extensive knowledge of presidential history, Meacham aimed to connect to UM students, many of whom are first time voters. Kawan Amelung // Staff Photogapher

Presidential Historian Jon Meacham speaks at Gusman Concert Hall Tuesday evening regarding how past political leadership influences current governmental decision-making. Pulling from his extensive knowledge of presidential history, Meacham aimed to connect to UM students, many of whom are first time voters. Kawan Amelung // Staff Photogapher

Wednesday, January 27

President Frenk peruses the first published Ibis Yearbook, which is featured in an archives exhibit during the Firsts at UM event Wednesday evening in the Newman Alumni Center. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

President Frenk peruses the first published Ibis Yearbook, which is featured in an archives exhibit during the Firsts at UM event Wednesday evening in the Newman Alumni Center. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

President Frenk smiles during his conversation with Arva Moore Parks at the Newman Alumni Center Wednesday for Firsts at UM. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

President Frenk smiles during his conversation with Arva Moore Parks at the Newman Alumni Center Wednesday for Firsts at UM. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

President Frenk and Arva Moore Parks sing the alma mater with Firsts at UM attendees. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

President Frenk and Arva Moore Parks sing the alma mater with Firsts at UM attendees. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

Junior Kayla Derby walks through the Tunnel of Oppression, an exhibit sponsored by the Butler Center that highlights the different forms of oppression experienced around the world. Giancalo Falconi // Staff Photographer

Junior Kayla Derby walks through the Tunnel of Oppression, an exhibit sponsored by the Butler Center that highlights the different forms of oppression experienced around the world. Giancalo Falconi // Staff Photographer

Friday, January 29

Junior Mateus Lima introduces his talk “Choosing Not to Choose” at ‘Cane Talks where he discussed his decision to take advantage of the versatility of courses offered at UM rather than focus on a single discipline. Victoria McKaba // Assistant Photo Editor

Junior Mateus Lima introduces his talk “Choosing Not to Choose” at ‘Cane Talks Friday morning. He discussed his decision to take advantage of the versatility of courses offered at UM rather than focus on a single discipline. Victoria McKaba // Assistant Photo Editor

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Alumni Elizabeth Caballero and Joshua Henry perform “Make Our Garden Grow,” composed by Leonard Bernstein, alongside the Frost Symphony Orchestra and the Frost Chorale during interlude at inauguration Friday. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

Victoria McKaba // Assistant Photo Editor

President Frenk expresses his passion for the University of Miami during his inauguration speech. Victoria McKaba // Assistant Photo Editor

The sixth President of the University of Miami Julio Frenk throws up the “U” to conclude his speech at the inauguration ceremony in the BankUnited Center Friday afternoon. Victoria McKaba // Assistant Photo Editor

The sixth President of the University of Miami Julio Frenk throws up the “U” to conclude his speech at the inauguration ceremony in the BankUnited Center Friday afternoon. Victoria McKaba // Assistant Photo Editor

Newly inaugurated President Julio Frenk poses with seniors Megan Lee (left) and Miranda Goot (right) during the community reception on the Lakeside Patio Friday afternoon, which followed his inauguration ceremony. Victoria McKaba // Assistant Photo Editor

Newly inaugurated President Julio Frenk poses with seniors Megan Lee (left) and Miranda Goot (right) during the community reception on the Lakeside Patio Friday afternoon, which followed his inauguration ceremony. Victoria McKaba // Assistant Photo Editor

Victoria McKaba // Assistant Photo Editor

A variety of different cuisines from around the world are served during the post-inauguration reception. Victoria McKaba // Assistant Photo Editor

Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

Chefs at the inauguration reception prepare Obleas, a dessert from South America that combines wafer cookies and dulce de leche. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

The shrimp ceviche is displayed at The Americas station of the community reception Friday. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

Saturday, January 30

President Julio Frenk talks to an attendee at "Our Global Future: Teaching, Research, and Discovery in Our New Century” at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Saturday morning. Nick Gangemi // Editor-in-Chief

President Julio Frenk talks to an attendee at “Our Global Future: Teaching, Research, and Discovery in Our New Century” at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Saturday morning. Nick Gangemi // Editor-in-Chief

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President Frenk concludes his visit to the Rosentiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Saturday afternoon. Nick Gangemi // Editor-in-Chief

January 31, 2016

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