Rae Sremmurd will be performing on Friday, April 1, at Watsco Center. Sremmurd's performance will be the first large-scale concert hosted by UMiami since the start of the pandemic.
In the Lakeside Pavilion multi-purpose room at UM’s Coral Gables campus, Fulbright and BridgeUSA scholars and professionals from countries ranging from Hungary to South Africa gathered to discuss their experiences studying in the U.S.
SpectrUM’s DragOut drag show has come back in full swing for its ninth annual performance on Thursday, March 10 in the Shalala Ballroom.
UM's Camp Kesem, a national nonprofit organization that supports children who have a parent with a cancer diagnosis or have lost a parent to cancer by providing them with free year-round programs and a week-long summer camp, successfully raised over $1,000 on Thursday, March 10 in its Spring Fling fundraiser.
The 2021-2022 academic year has seen an uptick in new buildings and new construction on campus, with the Frost Institute for Chemistry and Molecular...
Damn Janis's four members spoke about their experiences making music together and their plans for the future.
Two University of Miami School of Law professors have been appointed to serve the Biden administration. Professor Caroline Bettinger-Lopez and Professor John Mark Newman will serve as leaders in the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
The Butler Center for Service and Leadership will hold a belly dancing class held by renowned belly dancing instructor Portia Lange on March 7.
In the election for the upcoming school year's student government leaders, "Refresh's" candidates won the race for president and vice president. Jamie Williams-Smith and Chika Nwosu will become next year's SGA elected leaders.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs’ annual Students of Color Symposium (SOCS) is back and is focused on the theme of “Forging the Future: Looking Back to Move Forward.”
On March 2, the “Refresh” and “A U for You” tickets were brought to trial in a packed senate room on three charges of election infractures. After several hours the Supreme Court ruled all three charges not liable.
In celebration of the University of Miami's Black Awareness Month, UM’s What Matters to You (WMTU) series brought Tabitha Brown, also known as “Aunty Tab,” to campus to talk about all things faith, vegan and self love.