Despite the the challenges of long distance relationships, many students at the University of Miami have found a way to hold onto their far-away romances.
“Receiving free stuff between classes can really brighten someone’s day,” Jane Perlman, a junior majoring in ecosystem science and policy, said.
Kevin Fernandez, a junior that commutes to campus from Miami Lakes, says that he has always found UM to be “very accommodating towards commuter students.”
“College is supposed to be such a special and flourishing time for students,” said senior Amy Grundlegor, “but before anything, it’s supposed to be safe place to grow – and that’s obviously not the case this year.”
29 undergraduate students will take a week-long medical service trip to the communities of Tranquilla and El Retiro in West Panama.
“We need to get students involved who are passionate about sustainability. It doesn’t just matter in sports but in every aspect of our campus. Change all starts with us.”
An assembly of Florida influencers selected for their work in each of five “priorities” – education, infrastructure, guns, environment and healthcare – will be joining in groups at the Shalala Student Center to discuss key issues affecting Florida.