In tune with University of Miami tradition, representatives from several student organizations competed Oct. 29 for a spot on the 2018 homecoming court during the annual King and Queen Pageant. Contestants participated in choreographed dances, performed themed homecoming skits and showed off their special talents, all with the hopes of being crowned a member of the homecoming court.
Students, faculty and alumni stood around the lake, waving green and orange glow sticks in the air, making it seem as if there were fireworks dancing along the edge of the water.
The University of Miami Counseling Center announced Oct. 26 that they will be offering a new online service for students 一 WellTrack, an interactive self-help and therapy app that will allow students to receive counseling on the go.
Jimenez’s work is largely critical of the American attitude towards immigrants and the common stigmas against them.
For the alumni who are now employees at the U, every week is homecoming week.
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 Ibis Yearbook is looking for photo submissions from University of Miami students, and they’re offering prizes for the best entries.
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 his speech, “Is the American Dream Out of Reach,” Zakaria challenged students to think critically about the problems affecting today’s society.