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Miami lands tight end Riley Williams

“One of the biggest reasons I picked Miami was because of the relationships I built and already had with the coaching staff and the way they made me feel like I was a part of the family,” Williams told 247sports. “I was just so familiar with Coach Cristobal and a few other coaches from them being a part of the Oregon staff previous to Miami.”

Hurricanes land commitment from 2023 three-star quarterback Emory Williams

The Miami Hurricanes continued to build their 2023 recruiting class on Monday as the Milton, Fla. native Emory Williams pledged his commitment to Miami, marking the third recruit to do so in UM’s 2023 recruiting class in the past week.

Tight end Reid Mikeska commits to Miami

Tight end Reid Mikeska committed to Miami on Sunday night, joining recently committed Jackson Carver as the two tight ends in UM's 2023 recruiting class.

UM alumnus Ray Liotta, star of “Goodfellas” and “Field of Dreams,”...

Ray Liotta, known for his role as Henry Hill in “Goodfellas” and Shoeless Joe Jackson in “Field of Dreams,” died on Friday. Liotta, a University of Miami alumnus, found his passion for theater and cinematic arts here on UM’s campus.

‘We need to make sure we’re ready to play’: Miami takes...

“This is a team we’ve played more than any other team in our history,” Miami head coach Gino DiMare said. “We need to make sure we’re ready to play. I have a feeling our guys will be very excited and pumped to go up there and play.”

Senate passes bill to remove Iron Arrow as highest honor

The University of Miami Student Government used the final minutes of the 2022 spring semester to denounce cultural appropriation of Native Americans symbols within the Iron Arrow Honor Society, one of the university’s highest academic honors and an organization with a history of controversy.

Canes Carnival returns after two years

On Friday, April 29, Hurricane Productions (HP) Concerts, the largest student programming board at the UMiami, hosted their annual lively end-of-the-year jamboree, Canes Carnival. Canes Carnival, returning after two years since covid, welcomed students with a spirited night of neon lights, rides, games, food and the performance of American singer-songwriter Marc E. Bassy.

Provost, Dean of School of Education push to get more students...

Of the approximate 85,000 course evaluations faculty expect to receive from students each semester, they consistently receive only half. In an effort to raise this number, Provost Jeffery Duerk and Dean for the School of Education and Human Development Laura Kohn Wood are working to update the course survey content and communicate their value to students.

‘Hecht’s Last Hurrah’ event gives tribute to residential hall before demolition

UMiami commemorated the freshman dorm building’s legacy in an event held outside of Hecht, as a way of saying goodbye this past Tuesday, April 26. The event comes in light of this year’s announcement that Hecht would be the first building taken down for UM’s Centennial Village, a new housing complex that will primarily house incoming freshmen.

Force of Nature: The collecting career of Myrna Palley displayed at...

At the Lowe Art Museum, glimmering pieces of glass and metalwork catch the light, refracting images of the life and career of prominent local...

Brittany Broski visits campus for HP’s Comedic Conversations

Internet star and comedian Brittany Broski visited campus as a part of Hurricane Productions’ annual Comedic Conversations event. Broski, who originally rose to fame after a TikTok video of her tasting kombucha went viral, currently has 6.8 million followers on the app, including over 1 million subscribers on YouTube and over 954,000 followers on Instagram.

Students delighted as Hug the Lake tradition returns for first time...

UM’s beloved Earth Day tradition known as Hug the Lake was held last Friday for the first time since  before the pandemic in 2019.