Hope for Life, a new student organization dedicated to advancing organ donation, will have a party from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. next Wednesday at The Rock with free food and giveaways.
The University of Miami’s Launch Pad team won the Budgetball tournament held Saturday and will be traveling to Washington, D.C., in June for the Budgetball Championship. Thirty-two teams with up to 10 students on each team participated in the single elimination tournament. Budgetball, similar to Ultimate Frisbee, is a new sport that combines not only…
For the past three years, red-shouldered hawks have nested behind the Mahoney-Pearson dining hall, making it clear that the space is reserved only for them. And they’re back, just in time for nesting season.
It’s the youth of the nation, like students at the University of Miami, who will be left to face the growing debt of America. As the national debt approaches $11 trillion, the outlook seems grim. But when panelists from The Fiscal Wake-Up Tour, a nationwide series of forums to discuss America’s fiscal future, came to UM on…
Chabad at the University of Miami presents “Purim Concert on the Patio” in celebration of the Jewish holiday Purim this Tuesday on the UC Patio. ChabadUM is sponsoring the free event. Organizations including Hillel, Zeta Beta Tau, Sigma Delta Tau and Sigma Alpha Mu will be participating in the event. Live music will be played by Hasidic rap star Dr. Laz.
UM’s Provost Thomas J. LeBlanc has been named the third highest paid chief academic officer at a private institution, raking in more than $600,000 for the 2006-2007 fiscal year, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Ruckus, an online music service geared towards universities including the University of Miami, closed its virtual doors on Feb. 6. The site, which allowed students to stream an unlimited amount of music, was designed to appeal to college students, offering a legal alternative to the piracy that can be found on many campuses.
Though salmonella spread via peanut butter is taking the nation by storm, the University of Miami sees no reason to worry.
The Rathskeller, originally supposed to close in spring 2009, will remain open the rest of the spring semester and more than likely into the fall semester as well.
A candlelight vigil to remember the victims of the terrorist attacks in Mumbai will occur tomorrow at 7 p.m. in the UC Lower Lounge.