UM kicked off its fourth week of spring practice at the Greentree Practice Fields on Tuesday, followed by a media availability with cornerback Te'Cory Couch, linebacker Keontra Smith and wide receivers Xavier Restrepo and Jacolby George.
“Navigating Our World,” a celebration of four regions of the world and the University of Miami’s international community, concluded Friday night. Each night, COISO showcased a region with music, food and other tent activities. Monday was Opening Night, Tuesday Latin and Caribbean Night, Wednesday Africa Night, Thursday Middle East and Europe Night and Friday Asia Night.
Rae Sremmurd will be performing on Friday, April 1, at Watsco Center. Sremmurd's performance will be the first large-scale concert hosted by UMiami since the start of the pandemic.
“These memories, not this game, but all the memories that led up to it, they’ll have it for the rest of their life. They’ll be sharing these stories with their grandchildren,” Larrañaga said. “I know that because I share a lot of stories with my grandchildren.”
When Armando Christian Pérez, commonly known as “Pitbull,” walked out on stage, he was greeted by a roaring crowd of University of Miami students. Over 1,800 students filled the Watsco Center on Tuesday evening to see the superstar rapper and singer of their childhood speak at the What Matters to U (WMTU) event. Throughout the hour of conversation, between song lyrics and nuggets of wisdom, the audience got to know Pitbull’s story; one of passion, ambition and perseverance that all began here in Miami.
The Hurricanes were back on the Greentree Practice Fields Thursday morning for their eighth practice of spring football, which was followed by a media availability with defensive linemen Chantz Williams and Jahfari Harvey, as well as offensive linemen Jakai Clark and Justice Oluwaseun.
In the Lakeside Pavilion multi-purpose room at UM’s Coral Gables campus, Fulbright and BridgeUSA scholars and professionals from countries ranging from Hungary to South Africa gathered to discuss their experiences studying in the U.S.
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Miami football’s spring practice continued Thursday morning at the Greentree Practice Fields and was followed by a media availability with defensive line coach/associate head coach Joe Salave’a, co-defensive coordinator/linebackers coach Charlie Strong, defensive backs coach Jahmile Addae and defensive ends coach Rod Wright.