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Local female leaders reflect on women in politics

Four female panelists joined Get Out The Vote's "Shattering Glass Ceilings" to encourage students to vote and reflect on their workplace experiences.

Spring break, minus the beaches, partying, plus some community service

Miami is a hot spring break destination, but these UM students opted to leave town and spend break doing service around the country and the Western Hemisphere.

Whitely Women’s Leadership Symposium helps women overcome obstacles to success

From one "self-made" woman to many aspiring ones, Whitely Women's Leadership Symposium is looking to provide female students the skillset to prosper during and after college.

Revamped gun control debate deepens rift among political parties

It's been a topic of discussion for decades: gun control. The debate has resurfaced with stronger force – widening the divide among students.

U First ticket wins SG election amid higher voter turnout

It's been an election season full of twists and turns. Now, the University of Miami has a new set of student leaders on campus.

Once you go Greek…: two administrators reflect on how fraternity involvement strengthened their ties to UM

UM administrators were once students, too. And yes, they were even involved in Greek Life at their Alma Maters. Now, they reflect on what Greek Life continues to mean to them.

Tunnel of Oppression challenges students to view the world as marginalized groups

The Butler Center's 10th annual "Tunnel of Oppression" offers students the opportunity to experience the struggles of others through a looking glass.

Students with ties to Haiti reflect on TPS program while end looms

The Trump Administration recently announced the end to the Temporary Protected Status program for Haitian refugees. Now, University of Miami students born to immigrants and with family members still on the island reflect on what the administration's decision means.

News Briefs 12/5

This week, catch Canestage Theater Company's Little Women and the "Visionaries" art exhibit at UM's Wynwood gallery.

UM professors create new way to gather scientific data: mobile games

"Blues and Reds" may look like an ordinary mobile game but on the back end, it's collecting users' decision making patterns to be used as research.

News Briefs

Venezuela: State of the Crisis When: 7 p.m Mon., Nov. 13Where: Grand Ballroom East of Shalala Student Center ...

FEC wins Organized Cheer dance competition

The Federación de Estudiantes Cubanos won first place for the fourth time in five years at Homecoming Week's Organized Cheer dance competition on Nov....
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