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Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Hurricanes interested in service realize their potential with civic scholars

“Civic scholars kept me motivated to participate in voluntarism,” said Farrell. “Civic Scholars always kept me aware of my community and opened my eyes to what the school does offer.”

Student opinion on new Canelink layout divided one week since launch

Last week, a brand new version of CaneLink was introduced to students featuring a new-look interface with a more polished aesthetic and a schedule...

COPE hosts t-shirt decorating event to spread awareness, honor victims of...

Counseling Outreach Peer Education (COPE), a student organization that promotes mental health awareness, held a t-shirt decorating event on the University of Miami’s Foote...

Coral Gables Art Cinema, home to late-night events, cult-classic screenings, set...

The Coral Gables Art Cinema opened in 2010 and has been a staple in the South Florida community ever since. But with rising demand...

Email to UM students and faculty alleging malpractice, sexual harassment at...

Christian Rodriguez, listed as a clinical business operations representative on UM’s employee directory, sent the email Tuesday evening from his university email to dozens of news outlets and UM affiliates.

UM sophomores provide supplies to underserved local schools with ‘305 Give...

When University of Miami sophomores Jacques Calixte and Ivette Acosta were in high school, they dreamed of establishing a back to school drive that served the local communities most in need. This year, their dream has come to fruition.

UM updates COVID guidelines as infection slows and vaccination rates increase

The University of Miami announced that outdoor mask mandates on the Coral Gables and marine campuses have been suspended in an email to the...

Spotty Wi-Fi connection causes concern for on-campus students

Since the first week of classes, students are complaining about the “unreliableness” of “CaneNet Wireless,” the student Wi-Fi network across campus.

Sorority ADPi hosts fraternity volleyball competition to benefit Ronald McDonald House

With sweat dripping from masks and cheers echoing throughout the Herbert Wellness Center, fraternities at the University of Miami competed in a volleyball tournament...

New CaneLink offers ‘fresh look and feel’

Beginning Sept. 30 students are seeing a new and improved CaneLink, a student information system that many said long needed overhaul.

Gandhi Day of volunteer service to be hosted Saturday by Butler...

Gandhi Day, an annual day of service organized by the University of Miami’s Butler Center for Service and Leadership, will bring undergraduate and graduate...

Mask mandates cause communication barriers for the deaf and hard of hearing

“It was like the world went into mumbles,” Dieterle said. “I had been reading lips and now my coping mechanism was gone. It was difficult. Now, I have more trouble communicating with people.”