The University of Miami Police Department arrested Del’Neco Streeter Wednesday night in connection to the theft of a MacBook Pro from Pearson Residential College, which took place Tuesday. According to a press release from the Coral Gables Police Department (CGPD), the laptop was stolen from an unidentified student’s dorm room in Pearson. Upon discovering the...
South Florida will finally be seeing clear skies and cooler weather starting Thursday morning. Sunshine and light breezes will begin to replace the torrential rain and thunderstorms that had been pounding Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, among others, since the weekend. On Thursday, Miami will have a high of 80 degrees, according to The...
On Wednesday, the university will be conducting a test activation of the Emergency Notification Network (ENN) between 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Outdoor sirens will be utilized as part of the drill.
In what proved to be the first necessary usage of the University of Miami’s emergency communication capabilities this academic year, students were left uninformed about an armed robbery that occurred just by the BankUnited Center last week.
Once again, the Emergency Notification Network (ENN) and UMPD have failed to alert students. Early Sunday morning, two individuals were spotted on campus, one with a handgun. Apparently the university went into lockdown, unbeknownst to students for a second time.
The University of Miami Police Department sent out an alert via the Emergency Notification Network to notify the campus population about two armed suspects that were nearby the Coral Gables campus.
Many students at the University of Miami were left clueless as to why the campus was flooded with flashing red and blue lights Tuesday night.
Emergency Notification Network test will occur next week.
On Thursday at 12:15 p.m., the university launched a full-scale test of its Emergency Notification Network, an campus-wide communications system that sends text messages, e-mails and voicemail messages to cell, home and office phones in the event of an emergency.