“Congresswoman Shalala opened my eyes to what the future is like for females,” said Shabinsky. “Women like her are the reason we are seeing more female leaders today.”
“It was awesome,” said Matthew Katz, who is a senior.
Every play earned responses from the crowd— students couldn’t turn away.
Spin a shared electric scooter company, which began as a San Francisco startup in 2016, is now partnering with the University of Miami’s parking and transportation services to bring ride and park scooters to campus.
“Whether you are an undergraduate or a first-year law student, legal policies affects us all. The lecture series is an effort to engage not only students but also faculty in real discussions about our current legal system.”
Located on the northwest side of campus, The John C. Gifford Arboretum is where students can study and relax surrounded by lush greenery. If they look closely, they can also find a variety of edible fruits hanging from the branches.
“This is the first time the outdoor fields behind the Wellness Center will be completely renovated,” said executive director of the Herbert Wellness Center, Scott Levin.
Actor, comedian and physician Ken Jeong told UM students what matters to him during a discussion on minority representation in the entertainment industry.
Students traveled around the world with COISO to Africa, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, the Caribbean and Asia, learning about the beauty in different cultures but also on the unity that ties all humans together.
“It was not until I joined Relay for Life here at UM that I really saw the huge impact it has on the community”