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Friday, December 3, 2021

Relocated admissions office welcomes prospective students

With Early Decision and Early Action college application deadlines approaching for high school seniors, the University of Miami is gearing up for yet another admissions...

University of Miami aims to build $155-million residential college

Cranes, excavators and a lot of drilling could be coming to the University of Miami if plans for proposed construction of a new $155-million...

$100 million for Frost Institutes will support interdisciplinary STEM, expanded facilities

During his January 2016 inauguration ceremony, University of Miami President Julio Frenk announced a $100 million donation by longtime donors Dr. Phillip and Patricia...

City Commission of Coral Gables hosts public hearing for Gifford Arboretum

After nearly two hours of discussion Tuesday morning, the City Commission of Coral Gables approved the University of Miami’s request to alter the plans...

School of Nursing breaks ground for simulation hospital

The School of Nursing and Health Studies (SONHS) broke ground on construction of one of the nation’s first education-based simulation hospitals Thursday afternoon. The five-story, 41,000 square-foot...

Simulation hospital opens, allows hands-on instruction for nursing students

https://youtu.be/zbXPZHXd0WoThe orange carpet rolled out, and the ribbon was cut.After two years of construction, the School of Nursing and Health Studies’ Simulation Hospital officially...

Homecoming king and queen reflect on victory, what it means to...

In tune with University of Miami tradition, representatives from several student organizations competed Oct. 29 for a spot on the 2018 homecoming court during the annual King and Queen Pageant. Contestants participated in choreographed dances, performed themed homecoming skits and showed off their special talents, all with the hopes of being crowned a member of the homecoming court.

Expansion of arboretum includes road for service vehicles

Plans are being made to expand John C. Gifford Arboretum behind the Knight Physics Building. This comes as a compromise with the City of...

Construction on intramural fields elicits mixed reactions

"This is the first time the outdoor fields behind the Wellness Center will be completely renovated,” said executive director of the Herbert Wellness Center, Scott Levin.

Construction of Frost Institute 1 month ahead of schedule

Construction for the $60 million project site is expected to be completed in May 2022.

Groundbreaking launches School of Architecture studio construction

The groundbreaking ceremony for the Thomas P. Murphy Design Studio Building, highlighting the building’s function and transformative significance to the School of Architecture, was...

Students, faculty prepare goodbyes for Stanford Residential College

Stanford Residential College has roughly three months remaining to serve its purpose of housing first year students. However, as its demolition approaches it has drawn out memories, both good and bad, of student and faculty experiences within the building.