A photo collection that captures some of the events that occurred on campus this past weekend
“You get to be a social worker, a psychologist, a counselor,” said UMPD Crime Prevention Officer Alexandra Martinez on the meaning of police work. “You get to be a superhero.”
“College is supposed to be such a special and flourishing time for students,” said senior Amy Grundlegor, “but before anything, it’s supposed to be safe place to grow – and that’s obviously not the case this year.”
Polls were open across Florida from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 6. Voters showed up to cast their ballots and make their voices heard on a variety of elections and issues. All interviews were conducted at the University of Miami’s Watsco Center, unless otherwise noted. Emotions running high 6 p.m.: More than a dozen students…
The Miami-Dade Police Department has arrested a homeless man in connection with the murder of a University of Miami architecture student.
The Ibis Yearbook is looking for photo submissions from University of Miami students, and they’re offering prizes for the best entries.
Facts about sustainable and healthy eating will be readily available across the University of Miami’s campus this week in celebration of national Food Day, along with plenty of free food.
The class, called Congress and American Foreign Policy, will be the first in a series of classes taught by Ros-Lehtinen and offer students a unique opportunity to hear about Congress from an insider’s perspective.
In his speech, “Is the American Dream Out of Reach,” Zakaria challenged students to think critically about the problems affecting today’s society.
A police chase and crash involving a stolen vehicle briefly closed U.S. 1 near the University of Miami’s Coral Gables campus Monday, Oct. 8.
The University of Miami’s largest annual service day, The National Gandhi Day of Service, will take place Oct. 13 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and offer students a chance to get involved in their off-campus community.