It’s been an issue debated for decades: the relationship between the United States and Israel. Now, a new student organization on campus is looking to foster understanding and leadership.
Muslim students on campus now have a leader to turn to for advice, recruitment and planning.
Unofficial coalition looks to increase engagement when few students show up to march for Parkland victims
With carnations and signs against gun violence in hand, a small group of students marched to Coral Gables City Hall. Now, march creators are looking to get others more involved.
UM’s first female president will run for Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen’s Congressional seat on March 5. She made the official announcement on her website on March 7 after months of talk about a possible campaign.
Multiple student organizations, fellowships and ministries are joining to provide international students the chance to be matched with an American family for Easter in Miami.
From one “self-made” woman to many aspiring ones, Whitely Women’s Leadership Symposium is looking to provide female students the skillset to prosper during and after college.
You probably heard of “Shark Tank,” but have you heard about TAMID Tank Miami? It’s a student-led event focused on providing student startup companies with opportunities to receive advice and network with some of the business world’s biggest players.
Fifty Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science students will work to educate local children about the importance of conservation this weekend at Art Sea in Coconut Grove.
The University of Miami Richter Library is known for being a second home to thousands of studious students throughout the academic school year. But it’s also home to an innovative program.
The university is looking into alleged hazing.
Initially, it starts with aches, a sore throat, cough and runny nose. Though many students label these symptoms as a common cold, a more severe illness may be brewing, which can become part of the nation’s epidemic.