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Friday, May 20, 2022

UM Global Medical Brigades to provide medical care for Panama’s underprivileged...

29 undergraduate students will take a week-long medical service trip to the communities of Tranquilla and El Retiro in West Panama.

‘I’m pro choice. Pick your gun’: Political signs on campus spark...

“Not a lot of people feel comfortable voicing their opinions on campus, and we kind of wanted to have a big broad flashy advertising for them, and I mean, as you can tell, it worked spectacularly."

Pilot tailgating policy aims for compromise between students and administration

The new policy includes 20 designated student org tailgating spots and an update to game day shuttle service

New app encourages greener transportation habits

Students chatting as they walk through the tree-lined Coral Gables streets. A jam session between friends on a long carpool to campus. A breezy...

S.T.A.N.D. calls upon change in clothing production

The post-Labor Day lull did not stop the members of Students Toward a New Democracy (S.T.A.N.D.), an on-campus social activism club, from submitting a...

Business organization teaches stock tips, tricks

Investing $100,000 in the stock market is now a possibility with the Canes Investing Association (CIA). CIA is a student organization that provides all students,...

Distraction, Ibis recognized nationally by College Media Association, Associated Collegiate Press

“We’re a publication that holds its own among other publications across the country.”

Students assemble care packages for soldiers during Homecoming week

“The happiest days are when a care package arrives,” said Derek Auguste, veteran and president of VSO. “It touches you in the heart and gives you a sense that you're not forgotten.”

Veteran student discusses his journey of service

In the aftermath of 9/11, Belliard knew he was going to enlist in the military before he even graduated high school. “I had my mom sign off on the delayed entry program, which meant that as soon as I graduated I was going to join the forces.”

Local female leaders reflect on women in politics

Four female panelists joined Get Out The Vote's "Shattering Glass Ceilings" to encourage students to vote and reflect on their workplace experiences.

UBS reflects on Black Awareness Month

“Black Awareness Month is designed to not only unite the black students, but to engage the entire university in the promotion and support of black students’ history and cultures which they represent.”

COISO offers a week ‘beyond the borders’

"Culture is so rich, but we can’t always see it."