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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.

Three months later in Surfside: Some mourning, some moving on

But each time a new line of cars come to a red light on 88th Street, there is a tangible pause. The heads inside turn to the left, almost collectively. They look at the fenced-off, gaping hole in the ground for a moment, then gaze straight ahead. The light turns green, and the cars keep moving.

Tropical storm Erika poses potential threat to South Florida

This story was updated Aug. 27, 11:50 a.m. to describe the university protocol in emergency weather situations.  Tropical Storm Erika is barreling toward the Bahamas and...

University removes number of invasive Muscovy ducks

A staple of wildlife on the University of Miami Coral Gables campus, the Muscovy duck has waddled around UM for decades. Recently, however, the school...

University announces date classes will resume, residential colleges to open Sept....

UPDATE, 7:40 p.m., Sept. 14, 2017: 24 hours after UM announced a slew of dates when classes will resume and changes to the fall semester's...

Winter break checklist encourages campus energy conservation

After finishing final exams, students rush to pack their stuff and clean up their dorm rooms. Although an understandable mistake, something as simple as...

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.

Students take on Tortuga Music Festival, raising awareness for marine conservation

On Friday, April 8, South Florida opened its doors to the world of country music: Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival. Many UMiami students, whether rookies or long-time supporters of country music were seen enjoying the festival experience at Fort Lauderdale Beach.