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External affairs VP leaves for Brown after 15 years at UM
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External affairs VP leaves for Brown after 15 years at UM

Sergio Gonzalez, senior vice president of university advancement and external affairs, will be leaving the University of Miami to become the next senior vice president of advancement at Brown University this July. In an email sent by President Julio Frenk on Tuesday, the president described his “mixed feelings” about Gonzalez’s departure from the university after…

UM student Elizabeth Goldenberg dies after graduation
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UM student Elizabeth Goldenberg dies after graduation

Elizabeth “Ellie” Goldenberg was described by most people who knew her as a “light.” Goldenberg graduated from the University of Miami’s rigorous musical theatre program on Friday, but on Saturday night, she died after a boating accident while on an excursion with her family. The UM theatre department mourned by posting tributes to Goldenberg on…

Whitely keeps pace with students after 35 years at UM
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Whitely keeps pace with students after 35 years at UM

They say you have to start somewhere. For Patricia Whitely, the University of Miami’s vice president for student affairs for the past two decades, that meant seven years of scooping ice cream in order to pay for college. Whitely worked her way through St. John’s University in her home state of New York. Whitely, who…

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Hug the Lake 2017 When: 12 p.m. April 21 Where: Lake Osceola, Lakeside Patio In honor of Earth Day, UMiami Random Acts of Kindness, a student organization aimed at spreading positivity across campus, will be hosting a daylong event during which students can learn about protecting the environment. Students will be able to “hug” the…

UM hosts first ‘Religion Awareness Day’
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UM hosts first ‘Religion Awareness Day’

Off the cusp of Easter and Passover, the University of Miami hosted its first Religion Awareness Day in an effort to open dialogue among students practicing different religions. For Nidhi Patel, co-chair of the Standing Committee for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Religion Awareness Day is the hopeful start of more interfaith dialogue. Patel has been…

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