Tag: Port-au-Prince

Uncategorized

Aid, medical care continue abroad

The University of Miami has not forgotten its commitment to rebuilding Haiti. In the midst of political instability, health epidemics and a crumbling city structure, Haiti is still reeling from the effects of the 2010 earthquake that affected the country’s capital, Port-au-Prince, as well as the cities of Leogane and Jacmel. Students, faculty and staff…

News

Joy unearthed amidst Haitian reconstruction

Getting to know orphans as they deal with disaster and displacement. Watching break dancers joyously hit the concrete streets. Speaking with distant relatives for a brief, heartfelt moment. Koze Ayiti, a non-profit organization based out of the University of Miami’s School of Communication, makes these scenes possible by giving Haitians and the Haitian diaspora a…

Kemy Joseph Pitches Tent in the Green for Haiti Awareness
News

Kemy Joseph Pitches Tent in the Green for Haiti Awareness

Out on the Green, near the path to Richter Library, stands a rather large tent. Scattered few feet away are some glow sticks, a deck of cards, shoes and stuffed animals. On a cold Miami night, wearing a blue bathrobe over his clothes, senior Kemy Joseph tried selling these items to pay for his meals.

Bringing education to the slums
News

Bringing education to the slums

Even before the cataclysmic earthquake that devastated Haiti on Jan. 12, the island nation was still in need. Life there has been difficult, and the large poverty-stricken population still struggled.

Around the Web
  • Miami Herald
  • UM News
  • HurricaneSports

University of Miami running back Mark Walton was rolling — until he got rolled on, or stepped on. Wa ...

For those concerned about the apparent on-field struggles of graduate transfer Dee Delaney, an All-A ...

This week’s Top 25 college-affiliated football polls, released Sunday afternoon, agreed on how to ta ...

A few quick thoughts (or second thoughts) after 14th-ranked UM’s 52-30 win against Toledo on Saturda ...

Miami Hurricanes senior wide receiver Braxton Berrios sprinted — in a joyous frenzy — for about 30 y ...

UM students fan out across South Florida to help local neighborhoods rebound from the impacts of Hur ...

Classes resume on the Coral Gables campus after the removal of 4 million pounds of landscape debris. ...

Students living in residential housing are returning to campus and classes with renewed resolve. ...

UM’s student-run ’Canes Emergency Response Team puts their training into action to assist with recov ...

UM students recount how they rode out the storm called Hurricane Irma. ...

Walton rushes for career-high 204 yards and Rosier has four touchdowns in Miami's comeback vict ...

The University of Miami volleyball team outlasted Virginia, 3-2, in Atlantic Coast Conference action ...

Sunday, Sinead Lohan became the first person in Miami women's tennis history to win the singles ...

The Miami women's tennis team concluded its opening weekend of play Sunday on the final day of ...

The University of Miami swimming team continued its weekend at All-Florida Invitational at the Steph ...

TMH Twitter Feed
About TMH

The Miami Hurricane is the student newspaper of the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla. The newspaper is edited and produced by undergraduate students at UM and is published weekly in print on Tuesdays during the regular academic year.