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Students celebrate conclusion of Hispanic Heritage Month, highlight diverse communities on...

Waving vibrant flags, blasting upbeat music and preparing cultural dishes, proud ‘Canes shared the richness of their cultures throughout Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM) —...

Camila Cabello and J Balvin among those to attend sold-out Billboard...

Tickets for the event sold out in July, though Telemundo Internacional and Universo have planned a live stream for fans that would prefer viewing from home. The awards take place during Billboard’s Latin Music Week in Miami, a series of concerts and interactive events with Latin stars spanning from Sept. 20-25.

Medical school Dean Henri Ford leads UM’s response to deadly Haiti...

“We know that wherever there is hope, then there is the certainty that we will emerge victorious, and that’s what always amazes me about the Haitian people,” said Miller School of Medicine Dean Henri Ford.

South Asian students fear widespread COVID-19 resurgence as UM approaches fall...

UM is returning to fully-in-person learning for the fall semester, forcing many students to leave family members in dangerous conditions abroad as they return to campus.

Study abroad planned to resume fall 2021

With the promise of COVID-19 vaccines, the UM study abroad office looks to resume abroad programs in the fall.

Chinese students express mixed reactions towards UM administration’s efforts

“Either the government needs to implement more strong policies, or people need to increase their awareness of the virus in order to better control the virus."

Students hurry back from UGalapagos program after Ecuador closes its borders

With 72 hours to evacuate, students in the UGalapagos program scrambled to book the last flights out of Ecuador, as the nation shut its borders due to coronavirus concerns.

More study-abroad students called home from Europe

“I feel like this is the only time in my life where I can travel for a long period of time with my best friends. I was looking forward to it so much, and I was having the best experience, and I never expected anything like this to happen.”

After returning from Italy, students are under quarantine, set to finish...

“We were stuck in a pandemic with no one to contact at the university. Imagine 25 students crying and calling parents, trying to figure out how they will go home, how to bring everything back so quickly, how we would finish classes, how we would get our money back."

UM takes precautionary measures in wake of novel coronavirus

As the coronavirus disease continues to spread both domestically and abroad, the University of Miami has taken many preventative actions to stop the outbreak from affecting its students.

Unmasking coronavirus

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Venezuelan students reflect on one year with Guaidó

A year since Guaidó’s leadership spurred hundreds of protests throughout Venezuela to demand change, Maduro remains in power, and last month he began the second year of his second six-year term.