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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Miami bats heat up in sweep of Clemson, but consistency will...

A second-straight sweep at home for the Miami Hurricanes brought a sigh of relief for many, if not all, and it appeared as though the bats at last heated up, especially looking back at the number of Canes who tallied long balls this weekend.

Season-best five home runs blasts Miami past Clemson

"Our offense really exploded there with the long ball and the extra base hits,” DiMare said. “I love the way we swung the bat today, and just hopefully we can build off of it.”

Summer ball to The Light: Rosario and Mederos team up once...

“Me and Victor, we’ve been playing together since, I would say, summer ball of eighth grade, so we’ve been friends a long time,” Rosario said.

Several events planned for second Wellness Wednesday

Today is University of Miami's second and final Wellness Wednesday, a dedicated day off for students to unplug and recharge themselves as they prepare for the stressful final weeks of the semester.

Fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon suspended

Sigma Alpha Epsilon has been suspended following a lengthy investigation by the Dean of Students Office.

Coral Gables candidates stress importance of student vote ahead of municipal...

The April 13 Coral Gables municipal election will occur without the knowledge or participation of what candidates say is an important voting demographic— University of Miami students.

Goodbye vaccine envy. Here’s where you can get vaccinated in Miami-Dade

With the expansion of vaccine eligibility in the state of Florida this week to all adults, college students at the University of Miami are now able to safely and legally be vaccinated.

A look back on the lives lost and changed by COVID-19

After more than a year of living with COVID-19, students share their stories of hardship and grief as the U.S. continues its march toward 600,000 deaths.

Photo Gallery: South Florida vaccination

Senior Photographer Jared Lennon visited two South Florida COVID-19 vaccination sites to observe and capture the process.

Spring breakers shut down South Beach

Following viral videos of partiers crowding the South Beach area, officials imposed an 8 p.m., effective until April 12.

Campus rock climbing spot Outdoor Adventures now offering recreational equipment rentals

Outdoor Adventures, a campus recreation center which opened at the University of Miami’s Lakeside Village with a popular rock climbing wall in August 2020, has started a Gear Rental program this semester to provide students a convenient way to explore south Florida’s nature.

Chris Lykes transfers to University of Arkansas

Lykes was named Preseason First-Team All-ACC prior to the start of the 2020-2021 season, but suffered an ankle injury just two games into the season and did not play for the rest of the season.