The whole world has changed since I started at UM in 2014, and I have changed, too.
UM’s first female president will run for Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen’s Congressional seat on March 5. She made the official announcement on her website on March 7 after months of talk about a possible campaign.
The university is looking into alleged hazing.
Not only is the atheism chair the first at the University of Miami, but it is also the first endowed academic chair of this kind in the nation.
Sukul started the project during his senior year in the UM School of Communication. “Zindagi” premiers on WPBT on Tuesday.
Elizabeth Goldenberg graduated from the University of Miami’s rigorous musical theater program in May 2017. The next day, she died in an airboat crash in the Everglades. Now, legislators are taking action with “Ellie’s Law.”
The newly appointed Interfaith Council student organization co-hosted its first Interfaith Thanksgiving dinner just two weeks ago. Now, the organization is looking to bring representatives from every religion on campus together and bridge the gaps.
Sorority members have widely circulated that 67 percent of poll respondents answered that sexual assault was the largest safety concern they had related to Greek Life.
Students chatting as they walk through the tree-lined Coral Gables streets. A jam session between friends on a long carpool to campus. A breezy morning bike ride to class. This is the eco-friendly future the University of Miami’s Department of Parking and Transportation envisions. And the university could get one step closer to that dream…
On Aug. 31, students whipped out cellphones after spotting it along the edge of Lake Osceola. Then it was spotted by the UM School of Business. A four-foot-long American crocodile has been lingering in the waterways throughout the University of Miami’s Coral Gables campus for months. But when Senior Facilities Manager Son Vo brought in…
A University of Miami alumna is suing the university for its “deliberate indifference” toward her being raped, stalked and physically assaulted during the first three weeks of her junior year. The student, identified only as Jane Doe in the lawsuit, said the administration failed to protect her from her assailant when he harassed and stalked…