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Gender-inclusive housing step toward equality
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Gender-inclusive housing step toward equality

The University of Miami opened up gender-inclusive housing for sophomores, juniors and seniors living in the University Village (UV) for the first time this semester. The LGBT community was the main proponent for this housing setup in the past because it would allow students to pick their roommates regardless of gender. The university’s LGBT community…

Conversation continues to address lack of graduate student housing
Campus Life, Community, Housing, News

Conversation continues to address lack of graduate student housing

The University of Miami has big plans for on-campus housing over the next 10 years: constructing a new village for upperclassmen, tearing down and replacing the freshman towers and renovating every floor in the Mahoney and Pearson Residential Colleges. During the housing plan’s drafting, former UM President Donna E. Shalala prioritized the undergraduate population, according to…

University of Miami sets gender-neutral space in Eaton, University Village
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University of Miami sets gender-neutral space in Eaton, University Village

The University of Miami has specified its plan for the first gender-neutral housing options ever offered at the school. The pilot program will be offered in certain suites and apartments in Eaton Residential College and the University Village, according to a statement from Executive Director of Media Relations Elizabeth Amore. President Julio Frenk announced the plan…

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Administration draws up housing’s future

[imagebrowser id=29] [fresh_divider style=”solid”] In 1996, the Wellness Center was built; next came the Student Activities Center in fall 2013. Now James Smart, executive director of Housing and Residential Life, said it’s housing’s turn. Smart, along with UM administrators from Student Affairs and the Provost’s office, are beginning to address the possibility of updating on-campus…

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