After months of review, UM announces it will remove the names of Henry Fillmore and George Merrick from campus buildings due to their history of racism.
The university has employed 30 COVID symptom checkers around campus to slow the spread. However, many students have quite literally found a way around it.
Freshmen reflect on how COVID-19 robbed many of the Miami college experience.
“I was already stressed about this process even before the pandemic, but I can’t tell you how many times I’ve spent having a crisis over whether I am going to have something lined up after graduation."
“I think it will serve as a nice release for us students given this difficult semester and that we missed out on the carnival last year due to COVID,” said Rachel Bergeron, a sophomore studying biochemistry and nutrition.
“I definitely have an appreciation of Wellness Wednesday,” said Sarah Sluka, a freshman nursing student. “However I would have liked a couple more additional wellness days throughout the semester.”
Today is University of Miami's second and final Wellness Wednesday, a dedicated day off for students to unplug and recharge themselves as they prepare for the stressful final weeks of the semester.
For over six hours Thursday at the Rock Plaza, The University of Miami Hillel honored the six million Jews killed during the Holocaust through...
The event which is held annually, took place at the rock and had UM community members read names of holocaust victims in five minute increments.
Student government works to reopen dining options.
Outdoor Adventures, a campus recreation center which opened at the University of Miami’s Lakeside Village with a popular rock climbing wall in August 2020, has started a Gear Rental program this semester to provide students a convenient way to explore south Florida’s nature.
“Being a part of this event means I can challenge myself and also be a part bigger community that’s fighting towards finding a cure."