For the past year, the University of Miami, in conjunction with Follett Higher Education Group,…
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced last week that many caffeinated alcoholic beverages posed a public health concern and could not remain on the market in their current form—one of them being the coveted Four Loko.
Thanks to one service-oriented organization, University of Miami students now have a new place to show their school pride.
The University of Miami’s alcohol education program, Pier 21, is hosting an interactive Alcohol Awareness Week starting this Monday. The week’s events feature fun, sober activities for students to enjoy.
The Council for Democracy, in association with College Republicans and College Democrats, hosted a policy debate Monday to help increase voter awareness on hot topics in American domestic politics such as healthcare reform, immigration reform, energy dependency and the economy.
Students and faculty were disappointed to find that the much-anticipated ICEE machines were not installed in the campus convenience store Monday. As promised in the UFirst campaign, Student Government (SG) worked with Auxiliary Services to bring ICEEs to UM, but an installation snag is making students wait a little longer.
With an undisclosed amount of caffeine and a variety of other energy drink ingredients—taurine, guarana, and wormwood (the active ingredient in absinthe)—you’d be ‘loko’ to drink one of these.
Driven by a shared passion for kiteboarding, a diverse group of kite board athletes is working together to make the extreme sport accessible to University of Miami students and faculty.
Florida’s approaching statewide gubernatorial and senatorial elections inspired University of Miami students to form a multi-organizational voter registration committee, focusing on increasing civic consciousness and informing students about issues that impact them as Coral Gables residents.
The University of Miami, in conjunction with Follett Higher Education Group, will now be selling a new product line that adheres to fair labor practices. Knights Apparel, the leading producer of collegiate apparel sold in campus bookstores, is proud to bring their Alta Gracia clothing brand to hundreds of college campuses, including Miami. This is the first apparel brand in the world that is compensating its workers with a ‘living wage.’