In an attempt to make up for the lack of spring break and other in-person functions this semester, the University of Miami hosted the first of two Wellness Wednesdays on March 3.
Another weekend, another party. Yet, no suspensions from administration and few expect that to change
“The administration knows what we are doing and they just don’t care:” Greek Life keeps partying, some faculty become frustrated with lack of discipline.
“An LLC for the LGBTQ+ on campus means a safe space for students. A space where students know they are respected for all their identities such as their gender identity and their sexual orientation.”
Last year’s addition of Lakeside Village is now changing the dining options on campus at the University of Miami.
Although Student Government did not announce the winners of the executive ticket on Thursday because of pending trials, they announced the winners of various Senate seats. The winners are as follows.
“This position is especially great for students who don’t have much leadership experience and are looking to grow.”
“I would have liked an apology or something,” said Hadieh Zolfaghari, a junior studying psychology who received a false test result. She continued that she has still not received any follow up, which was corroborated by images of her MyUHealthchart.
The annual Career Expo is taking place on a virtual Handshake platform this Wednesday, Feb. 24 from 1 to 5 p.m., bringing more than 50 employers to students.
The University of Miami Student Government elections are underway. For the executive branch, The Uproar ticket is the only full ticket running this year and features three Student Government veterans. They are competing against two independent candidates. The legislative elections are filled with 19 candidates, eight of which are competing for the Herbert Business School senate seat.
After an unprecedented fall semester at the University of Miami, leadership decided to expand the Public Health Ambassadors program, which is going into its second semester.
There are 14,920 students on campus this spring, 1,200 more than in the fall semester. As more students are welcomed back to campus, there have been a spike in COVID cases. Students and faculty discuss the implications of increased campus density.
After weeks of partying and UM acknowledging high numbers of Covid-19 cases within the Greek Community, two fraternities are under investigation. Others that have repeatedly partied during the semester are still in “good standing” according to the Dean of Students office.