“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.
Zeif recounted the sound of gunshots rattling through the hallways, which sent students scattering to nearby classrooms.
Polls were open across Florida from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 6. Voters showed up to cast their ballots and make their voices heard on a variety of elections and issues. All interviews were conducted at the University of Miami’s Watsco Center, unless otherwise noted. Emotions running high 6 p.m.: More than a dozen students…
Students, faculty and alumni stood around the lake, waving green and orange glow sticks in the air, making it seem as if there were fireworks dancing along the edge of the water.
The University of Miami Counseling Center announced Oct. 26 that they will be offering a new online service for students 一 WellTrack, an interactive self-help and therapy app that will allow students to receive counseling on the go.
Jimenez’s work is largely critical of the American attitude towards immigrants and the common stigmas against them.
For the alumni who are now employees at the U, every week is homecoming week.