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Friday, September 17, 2021

Lake Osceola a changing, complex landmark

Each day, thousands of students walk past Lake Osceola on their way to class, yet few take the time to appreciate the diversity and...

Leaders in environmental justice to expose students to the field

Students will get a closer look into the field of environmental justice when a panel of four professionals speak at a symposium Wednesday. The...

Winter break checklist encourages campus energy conservation

After finishing final exams, students rush to pack their stuff and clean up their dorm rooms. Although an understandable mistake, something as simple as...

Habitat developers to balance preservation with job creation

In July, the University of Miami sold 88 acres of its endangered pine rockland habitat in the South Campus, located near Zoo Miami, to...

Offices choose to adopt sustainability intiatives

Some of the offices at the University of Miami will be run a little bit greener thanks to the start of the Green Office...

Plans for big-name chain stores endanger rare species

While students were away for the summer, the University of Miami sold 88 acres of one of Florida’s rarest ecosystems to Ram Realty Services...

Earth Week turns campus green

Though Earth Day ended Tuesday, Student Government’s (SG) Energy and Conservation Organization (ECO) extended the carbon-footprint-reducing celebration. Throughout the week, ECO collaborated with student organizations...

Ungar houses sustainable vertical garden

The Green Wall, a vertical garden planted last August inside the Ungar Building, was once green and flourishing. Over the course of the last semester,...