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Provost search committee meets for first time, students seek proponent of multidisciplinary learning
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Provost search committee meets for first time, students seek proponent of multidisciplinary learning

The search committee for the next university provost met for the first time Monday. The committee’s selection will replace Thomas LeBlanc, who will leave the University of Miami at the end of this academic year to be the 17th president of George Washington University. The position involves the responsibilities of both the chief academic officer…

Fourth town hall meeting addresses funding fears, long-term goals
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Fourth town hall meeting addresses funding fears, long-term goals

President Julio Frenk and Provost Thomas LeBlanc held the fourth of seven scheduled town hall meetings Wednesday morning, focusing on initiatives surrounding research and innovation mentioned in the nine draft Roadmap papers. The two-hour meeting discussed the university’s broader plans and opened the floor to students, faculty and staff to discuss the Roadmap and pose more…

Asian student organizations removed from current offices
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Asian student organizations removed from current offices

Three student organizations will take over the office spaces occupied by the Asian American Students Association (AASA), Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) and Indian Students Association (ISA) in the Donna E. Shalala Student Center Complex for the next academic year, the Student Center Complex (SCC) Advisory Council announced Friday. Recipients of offices include the…

Letter to President Julio Frenk shows concern about pro-Trump demonstration at UM
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Letter to President Julio Frenk shows concern about pro-Trump demonstration at UM

After an on-campus demonstration in support of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump featured a sign that read, “Build a wall,” last Thursday, students delivered a letter Monday to President Julio Frenk expressing concerns about the phrase. Executive Director of Communications for the Office of the President, Annette Herrera, said Wednesday that Frenk took the matter…

Parties share stories behind their formation
Administration, Campus Life, News, Student Government

Parties share stories behind their formation

Leading up to the period of campus-wide voting that began today, the 2016 Student Government tickets have presented their initiatives through a week of campaigning. Before proposing ideas to the student body, potential candidates had to construct groups of like-minded people to form their tickets. Speaking on Thursday at open-forum campaign events on campus, the…

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