On April 24, 2009, Dr. Phillip George was named the new chairman of the University of Miami’s Board of Trustees, which he has been a member of since 1989. This board governs the university.
The “U” will soon become more visible in University of Miami life, as the athletic symbol will inspire a redesign of the school’s general logo, replacing the current Miami bar logo.
For now, at least, the Ibis Ride is no more, and students will have to find a new way to get to Coconut Grove on weekends. The Ibis Ride shuttle has been cancelled for the remainder of the semester due to poor behavior.
The Ying Yang twins are coming to the University of Miami on Friday, April 17 to do more than get crunk.
As the advising season opens, a new survey from Student Government reports that overall, undergraduates are happy with their advising experience.
Sub-standard facilities have led to resentment and fracture inside the university’s art department.
Staph infections occur when the Staphylococcus bacteria gets under an individual’s skin through a wound and can cause a range of problems from skin irritation to death. This bacterium thrives in warm and moist places, like gyms. The grips of exercise equipment could be one home to these bacteria.
Madeleine “Mady” Mannello, a second year law student at the University of Miami, was the first elected president of the Florida Bar’s new Law Student Division (LSD). Her term will begin in June and will last one year.
The Zeta Beta Tau National Fraternity is taking the police search on the chapter house on an individual basis.
Richard Walker, assistant vice-president for student affairs, is one of three finalists for the combined position of dean of student and associate vice president for student affairs at the University of Michigan.
There is only one presidential candidate running for this year’s Student Government presidential election: Lionel Moise, a junior, and his vice-president, Kristen Weaver, and treasurer, Jeremy Kruger – both of whom are juniors.