Kamrel Eppinger

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School of Law hosts human trafficking conference

On Friday, the UM Law School hosted the Hispanic National Bar Association’s Second Annual Human Trafficking Conference.  Human trafficking is the second largest and fastest growing crime in the world. The United Nations totals the value of human trafficking at $32 billion a year. Human trafficking is considered a form of modern day slavery whereby victims…

Seniors discover new talents

Seniors discover new talents

As part of a community outreach in the Miami area, Frost has launched New Horizons Band, a program geared toward teaching senior adults 50 and older to learn or relearn to play a variety of musical instruments, including flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, French horn, tuba and trombone.

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