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Senior Landon Coles: ‘Not a moment, a movement’

Student government president, Landon Coles, is on mission to leave a lasting legacy of service, inspiration and style.

Faculty Senate condemns Frenk’s decision to dismiss law school dean

Senate faculty support of the dean comes two days after the law school’s tenured faculty adopted a resolution protesting Varona’s removal, just hours after the president announced the dismissal.

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.”

It’s On Us promotes sexual assault awareness with Take Back the...

The University of Miami’s chapter of It’s On Us, a program for sexual misconduct education and prevention, concluded their second annual Fall Week of...

Miami Chicken Company wraps up first month of service after replacing...

Since its opening, Miami Chicken Company has drawn mixed reviews from students. Charley Pollard, a sophomore majoring in music performance, said he has found a new favorite meal on campus: the Mac and Cheese Waffle Cone. “The texture is very good, and the chicken is very well fried and super tasty,” said Pollard. “The sweetness of the waffle cone and the savory flavor of the mac and cheese really makes a difference, especially with the spiciness of the buffalo sauce.”

Chinese students say they faced vaccination issues upon return to campus

After spending the last academic year at home because of travel restrictions stemming from the pandemic, University of Miami's Chinese students returned to campus this fall only to find out that some vaccinations they received in their own country did not match UM standards.

As finals near, students enjoy day off and campus events during...

“I definitely have an appreciation of Wellness Wednesday,” said Sarah Sluka, a freshman nursing student. “However I would have liked a couple more additional wellness days throughout the semester.”

Julio Frenk and community leaders talk COVID-19, racial justice at ‘State...

The University of Miami returned with the first in-person edition of 'State of the University' since the start of the pandemic Tuesday. The town...

Return of cherished Homecoming Week brings students together with new experiences

Thousands of students finally crowded around Lake Osceola, many for the first time, for the annual Hurricane Howl, an event that features the Boat Burning and fireworks to cap off the University of Miami’s Homecoming Week.

UM administrators to host Town Hall in preparation for fall semester....

Despite rising COVID-19 infection rates in South Florida, the University of Miami will open its doors for in-person classes on Aug. 23 after announcing updated safety protocols to prevent the spread of the Delta variant.

Mentoring America; UM seniors aim to prepare kids for college life...

University of Miami senior Nathalie Rodriguez first created the non-profit organization Mentoring America during the COVID-19 pandemic in May 2020. Since then, she has...

Miami Herbert Business School establishes The Latina Project, aims to support...

The Miami Herbert Business School launched The Latina Project this year to help women build social capital, succeed in their professional careers and launch...