Although the grand opening was Tuesday, Sept. 4, the Rat has been reaching out to new and returning customers since the campus started to come back alive in August.
Your lives will undoubtedly change as you walk across the commencement stage and toward a new phase. This is my advice to you.
A letter originally drafted by several English professors addressing the post-election climate has now collected 502 interdepartmental signatures. Read our accompanying news story here. To the University of Miami community, We, the undersigned, are University of Miami faculty who stand against acts and words of hate and intimidation directed at any member of the University community…
The Lennar Foundation Medical Center building opened its doors Friday afternoon after being officially dedicated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Check out photos from the event below.
After a contentious election cycle, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump became president-elect after defeating former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The results of the election, however, have stirred people who were against Trump to protest at the University of Miami on Friday. [View the story “Protest at University of Miami” on Storify]
After Republican nominee Donald Trump won the presidential election after a historic upset on Nov. 8, five of The Miami Hurricane’s editors and staff members sat down to talk about election results and personal first reactions the following day. Play the full discussion here: Highlights First reactions Annie Cappetta, Opinion Editor: 1:55 “I had been a big Hillary…
UPDATED, Sept. 30, 2016: New letters are added as they are received. Below is a selection of letters submitted to The Miami Hurricane regarding our story “Financial Aid Office gives students a run for their money.” When a student is preparing for the new school year, they should be feeling enthusiastic, especially when the first day of…
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Pedro Ramos, superintendent of Everglades National Park, gave three lectures to University of Miami students about issues facing the unique environment.
University of Miami President Julio Frenk’s inauguration will begin at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 29. You can find links to the live stream below. The stream with be broadcast in English, Spanish and Creole. Check out all our Inauguration Week coverage here. For all our stories about President Frenk himself, click here. English: http://livestream.com/accounts/2263400/events/4575027 Spanish: http://livestream.com/accounts/17006725/events/4711439 Creole: http://livestream.com/accounts/17006787/events/4711463