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Amanda Herrera can be reached via email at aherrera@themiamihurricane.com and through Twitter at @_AmandaHerrera.


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Executive Vice President, Provost Jeffery Duerk talks about his first year on the job

It's been about a year since the University of Miami announced Jeffrey Duerk as the successor to former provost Thomas LeBlanc. Here's how he's spent his first nine months.

New UMTV show exhibits ‘The Culture’ of black UM

Two students saw a gap in representation of the black experience at UM. Their idea turned into UMTV's newest show, which just finished its first season.

News Briefs: Week of 4/2

From learning about disparities to celebrating inclusion, here are events happening this week.

No more rolled up toilet paper: SG trial initiative places free pads, tampons in campus bathrooms

In the trial run, temporary dispensers filled with twenty tampons and 10 sanitary pads have been placed in eight locations across campus.

Meet Henri Ford, new dean of the Miller School of Medicine

Henri Ford calls the position his "dream job." Meet the new dean of Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine – a Haitian-American pediatric surgeon who wants to serve "every person" in South Florida.

Thousands attend Miami’s March For Our Lives spearheaded by UM students

The City of Miami Beach was host to one of the more than 840 organized March For Our Lives events around the world advocating for gun control.

Shalala cites students as motivation behind Congressional run: ‘It’s time for me to step up again’

Running for a Congressional seat is an idea that's been brewing in Donna Shalala's mind for a while. Now, she said she's ready to "hit the ground running."

Biden praises Frenk, calls on students to change “cultural norms” at It’s On Us rally

Joe Biden visited the University of Miami in support of the It's On Us social movement created in 2014 to end sexual violence against both men and women on college campuses.

Unofficial coalition looks to increase engagement when few students show up to march for Parkland victims

With carnations and signs against gun violence in hand, a small group of students marched to Coral Gables City Hall. Now, march creators are looking to get others more involved.

Whitely Women’s Leadership Symposium helps women overcome obstacles to success

From one "self-made" woman to many aspiring ones, Whitely Women's Leadership Symposium is looking to provide female students the skillset to prosper during and after college.

TAMID Tank. Like ‘Shark Tank,’ but for UM student startups.

You probably heard of "Shark Tank," but have you heard about TAMID Tank Miami? It's a student-led event focused on providing student startup companies with opportunities to receive advice and network with some of the business world's biggest players.
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