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Orientation Fellow program accepting applications through Feb. 26

“This position is especially great for students who don’t have much leadership experience and are looking to grow."

Students receive false negative COVID test results, bigger concerns arise

“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.

Toppel’s annual career fair to take place virtually on Wednesday

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.

Faculty respond to increase in campus density, rise in COVID cases

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. 

UM students win $3,000 for Sandler Center in PSA competition

UM students Julia Hecht and Julie Erhardt won $3,000 to support UM’s drug education and prevention efforts, the ability to attend the Drug Enforcement Administration's strategies conference and a plaque commemorating their achievements.

As fraternity parties continue across Miami, police departments struggle to hold...

Reports of large social gatherings are also non-emergency, which means police officers won’t respond as quickly if it were an emergency situation. Nonetheless, police officers still need to see the behavior. As a result, if a report is made and police arrive after the party, there is nothing that can be done.

Remote students return to campus: ‘I appreciate so much more’

“I have to accept that this is the way that the world is going to be for a while and I can’t put my life on hold forever.”

1,500 COVID-19 cases later, faculty and administration disagree over ‘successful’ fall...

According to the New York Times, University of Miami had the 46th most cases out of more than 1,900 schools they tracked. As UM has continued to promote the semester as a success, many faculty disagree.

Chinese students express mixed reactions towards UM administration’s efforts

“Either the government needs to implement more strong policies, or people need to increase their awareness of the virus in order to better control the virus."

2020 Year in Review: UM community reflects on its challenges amid...

The University of Miami endured a tumultuous year of surprises and hurdles: from responding to the coronavirus pandemic to implementing new health practices, to adapting to society's new normal.

Last day for Farmers’ Market this semester

The outdoor market near the Richter Library will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today before closing for winter break.

On day of deadline, 3,413 UM students still have not gotten...

9,433 students have received their seasonal flu vaccine, while another 3,413 have not according to UM.