The City of Miami Beach was host to one of the more than 840 organized March For Our Lives events around the world advocating for gun control.
Unofficial coalition looks to increase engagement when few students show up to march for Parkland victims
With carnations and signs against gun violence in hand, a small group of students marched to Coral Gables City Hall. Now, march creators are looking to get others more involved.
From one “self-made” woman to many aspiring ones, Whitely Women’s Leadership Symposium is looking to provide female students the skillset to prosper during and after college.
Fifty Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science students will work to educate local children about the importance of conservation this weekend at Art Sea in Coconut Grove.
Amid grief, Marjory Stoneman Douglas alumni were joined by hundreds of UM students to demand change and commemorate the lives of the 17 dead after last week’s shooting.
Donna Shalala spent eight years as the nation’s secretary of health and human services. Shortly after, she spent 14 years as the University of Miami’s president. Now, she said she might have her eyes set on spending time on Capitol Hill.
‘It makes you want to be a better person’: Camp Kesem volunteer reflects how program has changed him
They say wisdom comes as you get older, but one UM student has learned some of the most important lessons from people much younger than him.
The two-day event will kick off with a networking reception where participants will be able to meet and converse with each other as well as guest speakers, including Dean of Students Ryan Holmes and editor-in-chief and co-founder of Very Smart Brothas Damon Young.
The Butler Center’s 10th annual “Tunnel of Oppression” offers students the opportunity to experience the struggles of others through a looking glass.