“I think it’s important that something is done about all this bacteria being found,” said Emma Rodriguez, a freshman majoring in communications. “The beach is one of my favorite places and something we should ensure is safe for everyone to enjoy.”
“What I look forward to the most about carnival is it feels almost like a huge family reunion,” Pitter said. “It’s one of the only times of the year that all my friends and all of my family are in the same place. I also meet so many people who feel like an extended family. It’s truly a completely carefree day—nothing compares.”
“Tea is an intensely global drink. For 500 years prior, there have been global tea cultures consumed around the world,” she said.
Though Coral Gables may fall prey to high living costs like all urban cities do, not everyone thinks it should lose its historical fingerprint.
Tomas Spain, a retired professor from the University of Miami and founder of the Rome program, started the first golf tournament 13 years ago to help sponsor studies overseas. It also helps award students with scholarships and a variety of expenses, such as visits to other cities related to their seminars and studio themes.
Marked by her hot pink hair and magnetic swagger, Megan Rapinoe, soccer superstar, spoke to students at the University of Miami on Thursday, Oct 10., about her career and her fight for justice.
Days of Miami’s endless traffic jams are far from over.
A group of 15 students who participated in Gandhi Day were dispatched to help reclaim the landscape of Kendall Indian Hammocks park, an area of Miami that is facing environmental threats.
Varying viewpoints sprung up around UM’s campus last week after Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced that House Democrats would move forward with an official impeachment inquiry against Trump.
The program not only features the University of Miami Frost School of Music students but also faculty, alumni and friends. UM professor and musician, Will Wulfeck, will be performing with his sextet Thursday, Sept. 26.
All students can participate in the largest service day at the University of Miami. This is an opportunity for students to get involved in the community and really attune to Mahatma Gandhi’s life ideals and fulfill their civic duty through community service.
Currently, there are 400 people registered for the event, comprised of students, alumni, community members, business leaders and faculty.