The College of Arts and Sciences Gallery introduced Tim Peterson, a poet and critic from Brooklyn, New York, on Monday, at the new Creative Writing Program's Poetry Series, on Monday.
Karl Rove, who was Deputy Chief of Staff to former President George W. Bush, spoke to a jam-packed Storer Auditorium at the University of Miami Thursday night.
For those at the University of Miami who couldn't travel to the nation's capital for the swearing in of the 44th president of the United States, the University Center's lounge was the next best thing.
New project, "Mt. Trashmore," Tickets on Sale for POWERade Jam Fest, UM Colombian Paramilitaries Conference
Gaberdine. Fugacious. Misspell. These were just a few of the words posed to students at the United Black Students' (UBS) First Annual Spelling Bee, ultimately conquered by the competition's winner, Lauren Weiner, a freshman. For many, it was a trip down memory lane to the good old days of elementary spelling wars. ...
Talk about speed; the staff at the new Center for Computational Science (CCS) can perform trillions of calculations per second as part of their effort to help researchers solve complex, real-world problems.
The University of Miami's will exemplify its latest effort to be environmentally-conscious with the introduction of the first Green Career Fair.
Stomping, yelling and pounding his chest, freshman Kenji Suzuki brought a little bit of his native Hawaii to the UC Thursday night. One war dance, Q&A session and formal and beachwear competition later, Suzuki found himself crowned Mr. International 2008. “I wasn’t expecting this at all,” Suzuki said, standing among construction-paper palm trees and seashells...
The University of Miami has changed several policies involving tomorrow's Homecoming 2008 concert, which will include a performance by funk rock band N.E.R.D. and opening act Kidz in the Hall, a hip hop duo, at 9:30 p.m. at the University Green.
The University of Miami kicks off Homecoming 2008 festivities. Schedule of events for UM community and alumni included.
Students in the Creative American Music Program, founded in March by Bruce Hornsby, a Grammy award-winning songwriter, performer and UM alumnus, hope to play alongside Hornsby at his Festival Miami performance Thursday.
In the Oct. 9 issue of The Miami Hurricane, in the ”Events Beats,” Surfrider UM was cited as having held a benefit concert last Tuesday. However, the benefit concert is actually this Tuesday, Oct. 14., at the UC Patio. Tweet