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UM students welcome the beginning of spring by throwing paint

An estimated 300 students attended UM's Holi festivities March 31. The event is a traditional Hindu festival celebrating the beginning of spring and good prevailing over evil.

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.

Today is National Unplugging Day—Here’s why you should join in

Audrey Cleary, a University of Miami licensed clinical psychologist, spoke with The Miami Hurricane about why putting your phone down for a bit to focus on the world around you might not sound as bad as you think.

Springing globally: Gullstrand returns to UM following lifelong Olympic dream

“My grandpa’s absolutely my biggest fan, so my grandma calls me every time I compete or every time I go somewhere on FaceTime, and...

UM confirms no known coronavirus cases at this time after scare...

The University of Miami faced a coronavirus scare Friday evening after a student at Pearson Residential College called 911, reporting that his roommate had the coronavirus.

Jeffrey L. Duerk chosen to serve as UM’s new executive vice...

Jeffrey Duerk, current dean and Leonard Case Professor of the School of Engineering at Case Western Reserve University, will become the University of Miami’s...

Whitely to host 8th annual Women’s Leadership Symposium

Participants will have the opportunity to empower and celebrate women in all spaces through the theme “She S.O.A.R.S,” which stands for saw, overcame, achieved, reflected and served.

Hurricanes stumble again on the road, fall to Clemson Tigers

For Miami (13-3, 2-2 ACC), it was a struggle from both three-point range and the free throw line. UM made just six of its 23 attempts from distance and only 50 percent of its free throws, while also finishing with a season-low five assists compared to eight turnovers.

Faculty and student protestors question UMPD surveillance efforts

After the "die-in" protest on campus, nine undergraduate and graduate students who attended received an email about a meeting with Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Ryan Holmes regarding their attendance at the protest. Yet, many did not understand how they were identified.

N’Kosi Perry reprimanded, Mark Richt cites lack of maturity

“Sometimes kids just want to do what everybody else is doing,’’ Richt said. “There’s a bunch of kids that are acting like they’ve got a bunch of money on Snapchat and there may be 20,000 kids doing it, but they don’t play quarterback at Miami. They’ve just got to understand that it’s different for them because people know who they are."

Missed field goal leaves Miami defeated, shocked in ACC opener

"There is a lot of hurt in that locker room right now. It was a game of missed opportunities,” Miami head coach Manny Diaz said. “Our guys believe though and that was on the verge of being something remarkable with what this team has gone through.”

UM should reopen. Here’s why

Another semester of doing everything through Zoom is not a feasible alternative for many students.