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Tuesday, June 22, 2021

What Matters to U welcomes Books & Books founder Mitchell Kaplan

Mitchell Kaplan, a professor, podcast host, movie creator and owner of local bookstore Books & Books will be the special guest in this semester's What Matters to U event today at 5 p.m.

Coral Gables elects Vince Lago as new mayor

Lago defeated candidates Patricia Keon and Jackson Rip Holmes, earning about 60 percent of approximately 10,000 votes cast.

When the party’s over: Locals disgruntled by weeks of spring break...

“It looked like a rock concert. You couldn’t see the pavement, and you couldn’t see grass."

Coral Gables candidates stress importance of student vote ahead of municipal...

The April 13 Coral Gables municipal election will occur without the knowledge or participation of what candidates say is an important voting demographic— University of Miami students.

Goodbye vaccine envy. Here’s where you can get vaccinated in Miami-Dade

With the expansion of vaccine eligibility in the state of Florida this week to all adults, college students at the University of Miami are now able to safely and legally be vaccinated.

A look back on the lives lost and changed by COVID-19

After more than a year of living with COVID-19, students share their stories of hardship and grief as the U.S. continues its march toward 600,000 deaths.

Spring breakers shut down South Beach

Following viral videos of partiers crowding the South Beach area, officials imposed an 8 p.m., effective until April 12.

‘Cycle Sesh’ raises money for Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center

“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."

UM victim of cyber-attack, student information potentially compromised

The University of Miami was the victim of a cyber-attack and now subsequent ransom request. The news was first reported by Bleepingcomputer.com.

UM expands dining options with smoothies and all-day breakfast locations

Last year’s addition of Lakeside Village is now changing the dining options on campus at the University of Miami.

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.

UM continues to rely on Public Health Ambassadors program to enforce...

After an unprecedented fall semester at the University of Miami, leadership decided to expand the Public Health Ambassadors program, which is going into its second semester.