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President’s 100 learn self-defense methods in case of armed intruder

The President’s 100 (P100) were taught the proper procedures to follow in the event of an active shooter arriving on campus on Wednesday night. The...

Life on campus continues despite partial shutdown

“It’s like things have come to a stop,” Foust said. “Campus definitely misses its students. I know a lot of people are having a hard time being at home because they miss campus, but it’s sad being one of the only people left here.”

Insider trading results in regrettable consequences

Roomy Khan visited the Storer Auditorium at the University of Miami School of Business to discuss the dangers of insider trading on Tuesday night. Khan...

Holocaust survivor shares story of Auschwitz concentration camp, liberation

https://youtu.be/SUMhl5yoSUE Students in Professor Markus Zisselsberger’s First-Year Seminar in Literature were able to relive history on Tuesday, when a Holocaust survivor spoke with them about his...

Iron Arrow Society taps 22 new inductees in spring 2018 class

The Iron Arrow Society selected new members to induct to continue its longstanding legacy at the University of Miami.

Megan Rapinoe to speak at ‘What Matters to U’

“I was excited when I heard she was coming,” he said. “I’m not a huge sports fan, but I watched the World Cup, and we need to support women’s sports and their fight for equality.”

Starting college during a pandemic: Freshmen reflect on their first semester...

Coupled with the loss of traditional events associated with the end of high school, many incoming freshmen are skeptical about the future.

PBS CEO Paula Kerger discusses running successful non-profit media

The CEO and president of Public Broadcast Service (PBS) Paula Kerger, who runs a not-for-profit that expands media across platforms, visited the University of...

Hillel welcomes its first female president

Before this semester, there had never been a female president or two presidents—now, Hillel has both.

Around the world in 5 nights: COISO celebrates diversity at UM

Students traveled around the world with COISO to Africa, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, the Caribbean and Asia, learning about the beauty in different cultures but also on the unity that ties all humans together.

UM contract workers, faculty stage ‘die-in’ protest demanding response from administration...

Many of the protestors laid down to symbolize dead bodies, holding signs that represent gravestones that called on UM to take action. Faculty members chanted, “I cannot teach if I die,” and “my students are getting sick.”

Guantanamo Bay exhibit comes to campus

The Guantanamo Public Memory Project, a collaborative look into the history of this United States naval station in Cuba, makes a stop at the...