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Saturday, August 13, 2022

Pool re-opening party offers live music, food

https://youtu.be/bLSFTKkoTGE The University Center Pool’s reopening was celebrated today as students congregated on the Lakeside Patio for burgers and live music. Composed of UM alumni, the band...

UC pool renovation expected to finish Jan. 11

The renovation to the University Center pool is now expected to be finished by Jan. 11, the first day of classes in the spring semester....

Construction on Centennial Village to begin over summer

After much anticipation and delay, construction on the University of Miami’s $335 million Centennial Village housing project is just a few weeks away. The five building residential college will hold 2,025 students and attempt to earn a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification for sustainability. The development, named in honor of the University of Miami’s centennial celebration, will become a symbol of the university’s success and commitment to the freshman class experience, the office of student affairs said.

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...

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...

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...

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...

Whitten University Center pool features LED lights, temperature regulation system

The first day of spring semester classes also marked the first day the University Center Pool re-opened after a lengthy renovation that saw it...

Renovations to School of Architecture building cause mixed responses

Quaint or outdated? The renovations of historical Building 48 in the School of Architecture leaves many people ecstatic about its preservation, but others calling for big change.

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.

Amid wave of on-campus construction, students and faculty voice complaints

The 2021-2022 academic year has seen an uptick in new buildings and new construction on campus, with the Frost Institute for Chemistry and Molecular...

ECO Agency plans to implement LED lighting in new buildings

With glaring statistics pointing to humans as the cause of environmental pollution, the Energy & Conservation Organization (ECO) Agency is ready to do their...