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Years after students began asking for one, UM elects its first Muslim Chaplain

Muslim students on campus now have a leader to turn to for advice, recruitment and planning.

As holy holiday season approaches, students reflect on its importance

"When we use the ashes, it doesn't mean we are holy and we are saints ... What we are showing is that we are sinners."

‘It makes you want to be a better person’: Camp Kesem volunteer reflects how program has changed him

They say wisdom comes as you get older, but one UM student has learned some of the most important lessons from people much younger than him.

Felicia Knaul challenges UM community to be vocal against injustice at annual Presidential Shabbat

Presidential Shabbats at UM started nearly 10 years ago with "Shabbat Shalala." Now, with a new first family at UM, the tradition continued with "Frenk Knaul Shabbat," where social issues such as injustice and inequality were topics of discussion.

Religious leaders use visit to Islamic center to teach students about interfaith dialogue

A rabbi, a Christian and a Muslim walk into an Islamic center...to engage with Miami's Muslim community. Religious leaders and University of Miami students used a visit to the Islamic Center of Greater Miami as opportunity to learn during Social Justice Week.

WVUM receives $150,000 for studio renovations

WVUM 90.5 FM, the University of Miami's student-run radio station, has been operating out of one studio for years. Now, with new funding, the station will revamp its active studio and reopen one long out of commission.

Trans activist encourages community to keep up fight in current political climate

One year ago, the United States elected its 45th president, who would advocate for various policy changes affecting transgender people in America. Two years...

Students renew their Catholic faith amidst challenges faced during college

College is a time of discovery and change. Through classes and student organizations, students learn more about the world, themselves and, ultimately, pick and...

Jewish community observes high holidays despite Hurricane Irma setbacks

Hebrew greetings of "shana tova," "have a good year" and "g'mar chatima tov," or "may you be sealed in the book of life," echo...

Simulation hospital opens, allows hands-on instruction for nursing students

https://youtu.be/zbXPZHXd0WoThe orange carpet rolled out, and the ribbon was cut.After two years of construction, the School of Nursing and Health Studies’ Simulation Hospital officially...

UM Hillel hosts first Tel Aviv Night, engages new and returning students with Israeli culture

Music of the Tony Flow Band echoed down the halls and the rich smell of Israeli food filled the air when UM Hillel hosted...
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