The Executive Ticket Debate was supposed to be a forum for the two registered tickets running for executive positions in Student Government to explain to voters why they were the best choice. However, with all the candidates from one ticket dropping, the debate gave U First an opportunity to explain and promote its initiatives.
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.
Once you go Greek…: two administrators reflect on how fraternity involvement strengthened their ties to UM
UM administrators were once students, too. And yes, they were even involved in Greek Life at their Alma Maters. Now, they reflect on what Greek Life continues to mean to them.
“I’ll tell you one thing. I’ve been to a lot of places in the world. I don’t think I’ve ever been to a more turnt school than this,” Drake said at the end of his performance.
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.
Presidential Shabbats at UM started nearly 10 years ago with “Shabbat Shalala.” Now, with a new first family at UM, the tradition continued with “Frenk Knaul Shabbat,” where social issues such as injustice and inequality were topics of discussion.
A rabbi, a Christian and a Muslim walk into an Islamic center…to engage with Miami’s Muslim community. Religious leaders and University of Miami students used a visit to the Islamic Center of Greater Miami as opportunity to learn during Social Justice Week.