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Students celebrate Hanukkah on campus for first time in 2 years

The final celebration occurred on Dec. 5 when Chabad held their Hanukkah party. At the party, they lit the giant menorah one last time...

An expensive holiday season; COVID-19 raising 2021 inflation rates

Nearly two weeks after students returned to the University of Miami after Thanksgiving break, one notable difference from this year’s holiday season remains a...

Students show support for Cuban protests amid political crisis

On Monday evening, the University of Miami students gathered around the U statue in solidarity with the #15N protests in Cuba. Much of the...

UM lecturer and US memory champion Nelson Dellis attempts to break...

Nelson Dellis will attempt to break two Guinness World Records in short-term memory at 3 p.m. this Saturday, Nov. 13 at the UC pool on UM's Coral Gables campus. The first record is for fastest time to memorize the order of a deck of cards, while the second is for most playing cards memorized underwater in a single breath.

Students look forward to fall break, wish for more time off

Amid the stress of midterm season comes a moment to relax for University of Miami students: fall break. During the four-day weekend, classes are...

UM students and faculty protest Texas abortion ban as Florida legislature...

Since a Texas law banning abortions more than six weeks into a pregnancy went into effect on Sept.1, activists, abortion providers and various members...

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.

‘Pancakes, a duffel bag and a dream’: Tulane student business stops...

At the start of the fall 2021 semester, SexyCakes was running smoothly and set up to open for a successful third year of operations, when, on opening night, Hurricane Ida hit.

University of Miami students and faculty required to take flu vaccine...

“Vaccine mandates have been the law of the land since 1905 in Jacobson v. Massachusetts and these have been held up again and again,” said Dr. Timothy Loftus, the Health Disparities Project Fredman Family Foundation practitioner-in-residence and lecturer in law at the UM School of Law.

Some UM affiliates from New Jersey and New York avoid worst...

“As the videos began to come in from social media, I felt PTSD from Hurricane Sandy,” said Isaiah Moore, a freshman at UM. “When hurricane Sandy hit New Jersey, it was bad for my area and we lost power for almost two weeks with no food to last.”

20 years ago today, UM remembers 9/11

When al Qaeda member and attack orchestrator Mohamed Atta steered American Airlines Flight 11 into the North Tower of the World Trade Center, he...

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.