The location for the 2011 Homecoming concert has been changed. Although it was originally scheduled…
HOMECOMING ROYALTY If interested in the chance to be crowned king or queen, submit an…
Homecoming 2011 Groups of friends and members of organizations are encouraged to compete in the…
In my three years at the University of Miami, I’ve noticed that every time there’s a school wide event there is a plethora of complaints to go along. Whether it’s before, during, or after the event complaints from students will surely come. I get it. It’s life.
Homecoming sights and sounds prove a memorable tradition for UM students.
Originally scheduled to take place on the UC Rock, the weather did not permit Homecoming Opening Ceremonies to go as planned.
This year’s theme is “Are U Game?”, a motif that will dominate for 11 days on campus. However, it takes almost 11 months of hard work to plan and take care of all the miniscule details.
After nearly a 10-year hiatus from the spotlight of popular music, Ms. Lauryn Hill, with the help of Hurricane Productions, will commence her return to the forefront of hip-hop culture with a headlining performance at the Homecoming concert Nov. 5 on the university green.
Dylan went on stage about 5:30 p.m. in the middle of what threatened to be one of those long, never-ending Miami rains. Surprisingly, the constant sprinkle throughout the show did not affect Dylan’s performance at all.
Elaborate plans are being drawn up in an effort to make the first homecoming in the short but eventful history of the young university a thorough success, and one of the outstanding events of the entire school year. Invitations are being sent to graduates by fraternities and the student association to insure a 100 percent alumni response.
FEC won the title of “Most Spirited Organization” at this year’s Homecoming.