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Friday, January 28, 2022

National Transfer Student Week provides UM transfers recognition and community

“I 100% recommend that all transfer students go to these events, because I think the transfer experience is so unique and it can be really hard if you don't know other people going through it,” said Rachel Reydler, a junior majoring in political science and economics. “Joining Tau Sigma and going to the events will just help you meet more people.”

Camp Kesem chapter to host ‘Giving Tuesday’ fundraiser

Lauryn Lima, a junior majoring in biomedical engineering and co-director for UM’s Camp Kesem Chapter, joined Camp Kesem to help children through a challenge...

Counseling center provides personal care during cultural transition

The University of Miami ranks highly in national standards for diversity, but that does not mean that the process of adjustment is an easy...

Student Government facilitates return of Lime, increased dining options

Student government works to reopen dining options.

UM School of Law’s Florida Bar passage rate ranked second...

While the increased Florida Bar passage rate is undoubtedly an accomplishment for the university, the news comes just two months after UM President Julio Frenk abruptly fired law school Dean Anthony Varona, publicly claiming that the law school needed “a dean with the required vision and effectiveness of execution to bring the school to new levels of excellence."

King and queen crowned at first homecoming pageant in two years

Winning candidates expressed pride and joy at being able to represent their organizations and university.“The feeling is so surreal. I can’t believe this is...

YouTube channel KRV TV highlights Black student experience at UM

“We wanted to broadcast our experience on campus because we saw a lack of representation for Black girls and people of color in general."

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.

Commuter Carnival: Commuter Council to hold first event on campus with...

Attendees can expect games such as balloon darts and ring toss, a photo booth and mystery prizes. One notable game that Perez described is a contest in students build model cars out of candy.