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Photos from the weekend: Protests continue across US

Armed with their signs, strengthened by their voices, protestors gathered this past weekend in cities across the United States and the world to lament the Black lives lost at the hands of police and to call for a reckoning in the criminal justice system.

Students raise concerns about housing changes for next year

“I was under the impression that I could live all four years on campus under the same price. Now, I get that they’re trying to make the living space more luxurious, I guess, but the pricing for this is not for everyone.”

UM international studies professor charged with money laundering

Bruce Bagley, a professor at the University of Miami and resident corruption and organized crime expert, was charged with laundering about $2.5 million of Venezuelan money into his own personal American bank accounts and pocketing 10 percent, according to the U.S. State Attorney’s Office.

Multifaith Thanksgiving brings good food, fruitful religious conversation

“Multifaith dialogue is absolutely necessary in today’s world in order to help eliminate divisive hate and ignorance,” he said. “In the end, we are all part of the Canes family and that family is made stronger by emphasizing the ways we are similar while embracing and educating others on the ways we are unique.”

Veteran student discusses his journey of service

In the aftermath of 9/11, Belliard knew he was going to enlist in the military before he even graduated high school. “I had my mom sign off on the delayed entry program, which meant that as soon as I graduated I was going to join the forces.”

Gandhi Day lets students give back to local community

“People come back, and they’re dead tired, but you can just see and sense that they’re happy to spend their day giving back"

President Frenk lays groundwork for UM’s future at ‘State of the U’

Frenk said that “the Roadmap to our New Century has a single guiding purpose— to make the University of Miami a beacon of understanding, prosperity and well-being that illuminates and inspires this community and the world.”

Lunar New Year Festival brings food and fun

“This event really increased my knowledge and appreciation of cultural traditions that I wasn’t aware of."

Commuter students reflect on their campus experience

Kevin Fernandez, a junior that commutes to campus from Miami Lakes, says that he has always found UM to be “very accommodating towards commuter students.”

UM welcomes new LGBTQ+ Student Center director Gisela Vega

Gisela Vega, a passionate leader in the LGBTQ+ community of South Florida, joins the UM staff as the new director of the LGBTQ+ Student Center.
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