Two years ago, journalists from all over the world took the first flight to Haiti…
On March 11, Sophie Bishop, a sophomore from Tokyo, Japan, received a phone call at 4 a.m. from a friend who uttered the words, “it finally happened.” Out of confusion, she immediately opened her laptop to learn that a 30-foot tsunami and a 9.0-magnitude earthquake devastated northern Japan and was felt throughout the country.
In the School of Communication, community members are discussing the role that media need to play in Haiti’s future.
After one year, the University of Miami has not forgotten its commitment to rebuilding Haiti.
Getting to know orphans as they deal with disaster and displacement. Watching break dancers joyously…
The University of Miami’s undergraduate population boasts 10,000 culturally diverse students; not many, however, can say their UM application process was spurred by an earthquake. Valeria Ranalli can.