David Hertzig, 85, was struck by a car while biking to work Sept. 24, and died six days later. The driver fled the scene and has not yet been identified.
“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.
Evan De Joya was officially inaugurated as UM Student Government’s president earlier this month. Here’s what his plans are for next year.
The Iron Arrow Society selected new members to induct to continue its longstanding legacy at the University of Miami.
It’s been an issue debated for decades: the relationship between the United States and Israel. Now, a new student organization on campus is looking to foster understanding and leadership.
For two years, the winning tickets of Student Government’s Executive Branch positions have swept the elections. However, both tickets have a common thread: a virtually uncontested campaign.