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.
While internships look impressive on resumes, students find they are most beneficial as a means of determining the trajectory of their chosen career paths.
Elizabeth Goldenberg graduated from the University of Miami’s rigorous musical theater program in May 2017. The next day, she died in an airboat crash in the Everglades. Now, legislators are taking action with “Ellie’s Law.”
More than three months after the University of Miami was hit by Hurricane Irma, leading to millions in damages and weeks-long closure, Director of Emergency Management Matthew Shpiner speaks about how the school is still recovering from its impacts.
The Trump Administration recently announced the end to the Temporary Protected Status program for Haitian refugees. Now, University of Miami students born to immigrants and with family members still on the island reflect on what the administration’s decision means.
Pancakes with Pat When: 9-10 p.m. Dec. 13 Where: Space between Shalala Student Center and Food Court The last couple of weeks of school are hard for many people. If you’re looking for an energy boost, fuel yourself with free pancakes and hot chocolate with Vice President for Student Affairs Pat Whitely. She will be…
The number of non-believers throughout the United States is on the rise. At UM, students who grew up in organized religious households are now changing their beliefs.
The newly appointed Interfaith Council student organization co-hosted its first Interfaith Thanksgiving dinner just two weeks ago. Now, the organization is looking to bring representatives from every religion on campus together and bridge the gaps.
Sorority members have widely circulated that 67 percent of poll respondents answered that sexual assault was the largest safety concern they had related to Greek Life.
Despite having smaller campus faith communities and less access to places of worship in South Florida, students who practice less common religions have found ways to stay true to their roots.