For the first time, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times are available to all University of Miami faculty, staff and students through a free digital subscription.
Every Wednesday afternoon, a group of students gathers at the Rat. They’re not there to drink, though.
Greek life at the University of Miami isn’t all about parties and formals. For some students who belong to professional fraternities, their organizations represent opportunities for career advancement and academic achievement.
It’s midterms season, and many students face an onslaught of exams, papers, and projects. However, members of the UMindfulness club say they have a solution to the stresses of college life.
The class, called Congress and American Foreign Policy, will be the first in a series of classes taught by Ros-Lehtinen and offer students a unique opportunity to hear about Congress from an insider’s perspective.
In a world of instant news, staying informed can be overwhelming. UM Law School’s new podcast, the Miami Law Explainer, aims to make current events easier to digest and understand.
Classes were temporarily suspended Wednesday afternoon when a ruptured air conditioner belt sent smoke through the vents in law school Building F.
It has taken more than a year for the University of Miami to announce who will hold the nation’s title as first atheism, humanism and secular ethics chair. But starting July 1, Anjan Chakravartty will occupy the position.