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.
Everyone was there for the Toppel Career Center’s signature recruiting event: the Fall Career Expo and Graduate Fair. More than 1,000 students registered to attend.
Their names appear on a list of nearly 2,500 law professors who’ve deemed Kavanaugh unfit for the Supreme Court.
It’s often hard to stand out in today’s competitive job market, but UM senior Mark Akhimien said that he has a solution for students who are looking to get ahead.
“Baylie is the type of member you hope to have,” Zeta Tau Alpha President Chloe Vizzone said at the time of the accident. “She is a friend to everyone, tremendously academically-focused and ambitious, and she never fails to put a smile on your face.”
“It makes you want to eat here if you know that they’re going to take into account your feedback,” said junior Gabriela Beverly.
President Julio Frenk gave his first “State of the U” address Monday night at the Watsco Center, touching on his “Roadmap to our New Century,” and opened the floor to students afterward.
The Butler Center for Service and Leadership kicked off the semester with its first big event of the school year, the annual Orientation Outreach Day of Service on Aug. 25.