Donna Shalala spent eight years as the nation’s secretary of health and human services. Shortly after, she spent 14 years as the University of Miami’s president. Now, she said she might have her eyes set on spending time on Capitol Hill.
They say distance makes the heart grow fonder. Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn’t. University of Miami students reflect on how long distance has affected their relationships.
She’s more than just the girl who received a $50,000 scholarship from Drake. Destiny James had the odds stacked against her for most of her life, and when tragedy struck her freshman year, it didn’t get easier. Yet she used motivation and inner strength to persevere through all of it.
After more than a week of plot twists in the race for Student Government positions, the polls are open. In just a few days, we’ll have a new set of student leaders on campus.
They’re looking to get your vote next week when Student Government elections start. Here’s what you need to know about each candidate.
It went from two to one quick. By the end of the week, there were two tickets running for the Executive Branch of Student Government. Now, it’s the U First ticket and one solo candidate vying for the vice-president position.
Registration for the upcoming Student Government elections has closed. There are two tickets running for executive positions and multiple students vying for each of the available Senate seats.
The deadline to register for Student Government elections is fast approaching. So far, only one ticket has registered to run for the Executive Branch and some senator seats are still up for grabs.
The two-day event will kick off with a networking reception where participants will be able to meet and converse with each other as well as guest speakers, including Dean of Students Ryan Holmes and editor-in-chief and co-founder of Very Smart Brothas Damon Young.
The University of Miami’s Student Government has been involved in crafting some of the school’s most influential initiatives regarding student life. In just a few weeks, new members will be elected into office to represent interests of the student body.