On Feb. 20, junior Gerald Cowen logged on to myUM to discover that he is one of the 17 percent of students not guaranteed housing next year. On that same day, Cowen also started Facebook pages named “UMiami Housing Crisis” and “Homeless Canes” to voice his concerns about the problems with housing this year. “The...
Housing Opt-In All current student residents planning to live on campus next year can opt in through myUM until Feb. 10. Residents can indicate if they would like suite-style dorm rooms or University Village apartments. Career Expo Hundreds of recruiters from various businesses and organizations will be on-site at the Spring Career Expo on Wednesday....
A pilot program called Kill-A-Watt is coming to UM. Coupled with GreenU initiatives it will provide students living at the University Village with incentives to to monitor their energy use and establish more energy-efficient lifestyles.
After a productive first semester, the Student Government is hard at work to make this semester as eventful as the last.
A car accident occurred in the University Village on Sunday afternoon after a student ran a stop sign at in front of Building 5 and struck another vehicle.
Both the University Village and Apartment Area have organized different programs for their residents this semester, which have helped bring about a sense of unity.
The University of Miami has created a new Web site designed to help faculty and staff with matters related to housing. The site helps both current and prospective faculty and staff with housing issues in South Florida.
Despite the university’s plan to cut costs across the board as a response to the current and expected economic climate, the priority, according to President Donna E. Shalala, is still in attracting and retaining high caliber students for the next academic year.
Rising senior Lionel Moise is running for president of Student Government unopposed. How does he plan to deal with the top spot on campus?
As if we haven’t spoken about the economy enough this year...In a bold move by the University, overall on campus housing will increase in price by 4.5 percent next year, and 5 percent at University Village.
So woopdy doo, Hecht wins SportsFest again. Who would have guessed it? Better lobbies, better athletes, hotter freshmen girls, they have it all. That makes eight years in a row where all of the other on-campus housing units lost. Thousands of students, hundreds of teams, and not one year could any of them break through?...
No longer will graduate students be allowed to live there. A comment by the vice president for Student Affairs Patricia A. Whitely claimed that graduate students are more capable of finding off-campus housing than undergraduates. Let that sit for a moment.