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Homeless people are among those most at risk for Covid-19. Here’s...

When three South Florida brothers saw the shortage of medical supplies, such as masks, due to the coronavirus pandemic, they began to think of ways they could use their knack for 3D printing to support their local community. In early April, Miami Masks Strong was born, a non-profit organization seeking to provide protective gear to those most at risk.

Public Health Ambassadors share their experiences

“I have never felt unsafe. I feel that we are doing a very good job by doing the most. I understand that there's been a lot of pushback on school reopening, but I think what we're doing is awesome."

A call to action for students and U.S. Government

For those who firmly believe that access to healthcare is a right, not a privilege, now is the time to advocate for expanding healthcare.

Report headed by Felicia Knaul finds great inequality in obtainment of...

Two life experiences inspired Felicia Knaul, UM professor, director of the University of Miami Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas and first lady,...

Open house showcases relocated Student Health Center to community

The Lennar Foundation Medical Center allows University of Miami students to get personalized health care and outpatient services on campus, with convenience. Though the $145...

‘Boggle your mind’ event emphasizes effects of alcohol impairment

Day two of National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week, themed “Boggle your mind,” focused on understanding the effects of alcohol. PIER 21 put students through...

Free yoga class unites students, faculty, promotes relaxation

https://youtu.be/r4X45rFKL7w Despite a violent thunderstorm booming and crackling outside, about 100 students, faculty and staff attended “UM’s Largest Yoga Class” and found inner peace Tuesday...

Viewpoints: Two students on abortion, choice and opportunity

“We both woke up with a sort of feeling of dread because it’s—even if you’re pro-choice, it’s never a happy feeling to have to terminate.”

Miami-Dade County officially cleared of Zika virus local transmission

Florida Governor Rick Scott announced in a press conference Friday morning that Miami Beach, the last part of Miami to be declared an area of...

Student Health Service warns against sacrificing sleep for studying

“Getting enough sleep is necessary for academic success,” the Student Health Service said. “Students who pull all-nighters are more likely to have a lower GPA."

‘What’s in Your Molly’ information session discusses drug use at music...

A small group of students attended an information session on drug usage at music festivals Wednesday night, ahead of the popular three-day Ultra Music...

‘Get in that classroom; hope you don’t die’: UM faculty raise...

UM faculty are pushing to be given a choice as to whether their classes will be conducted remotely or in-person. Concerned for their own personal health, many feel a return to campus this fall is not the right move.