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Environmentalists sue UM over pine rocklands: ‘We want to kill the...

One of the University of Miami's most famous transactions is back in the headlines.

City of Coral Gables set to roll out official restriction on...

Coral Gables to begin enforcing ordinance restricting single-use plastic bags in May 2018.

Hug the Lake holds deeper meaning for UM community

It's been more than a decade since Hug the Lake started on the University of Miami's Coral Gables campus. Its meaning has grown since.

Gifford Arboretum grows despite setbacks

A Category 4 hurricane wasn't the only obstacle to plague the John C. Gifford Arboretum over the past year.

Weekend Art Sea program aims to educate youth on environment conservation

Fifty Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science students will work to educate local children about the importance of conservation this weekend at Art Sea in Coconut Grove.

Q&A: Matt Shpiner speaks about ongoing Hurricane Irma recovery process

More than three months after the University of Miami was hit by Hurricane Irma, leading to millions in damages and weeks-long closure, Director of Emergency Management Matthew Shpiner speaks about how the school is still recovering from its impacts.

Q: Why are the ducks on campus?

With decades of expertise in behavioral ecology and animal communication, professor William Searcy discusses wildlife on UM campuses, including the famous Muscovy ducks.

Freshman’s climate change efforts go from local to national

Delaney Reynolds, a UM freshman, has spent the majority of her life fighting against climate change. Now, the South Florida native is as focused as ever to bring attention to a topic some disbelieve.

There’s a crocodile on campus. Here’s how to live with it.

On Aug. 31, students whipped out cellphones after spotting it along the edge of Lake Osceola. Then it was spotted by the UM School...

Arboretum among most affected areas on campus weeks after Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma left campus greenery with broken limbs, leaning trunks and uprooted trees. However, not all the damage in the John C. Gifford Arboretum...

UM to accomodate faculty, students displaced by hurricanes in Caribbean islands

The University of Miami will allow graduate students and faculty from the storm-ravaged Caribbean to continue their research in Miami until their respective...

Arboretum among most affected areas on campus weeks after Hurricane Irma

The grand trees and familiar landscaping on campus were hit particularly hard by Hurricane Irma, with broken limbs, leaning trunks and uprooted trees. However,...