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Venezuelan students help their homeland from afar
International, News

Venezuelan students help their homeland from afar

Venezuela. A country on the verge of collapse, full of violence and uncertainty. It’s also the country that hundreds of University of Miami students call home and have had to watch deteriorate from afar. In mid-December of 2016, senior Katherine Fernandes returned to Venezuela after not visiting for six months. She visited over winter break,…

President Frenk meets with Cuban-American community
Administration, Community, International, News, Politics

President Frenk meets with Cuban-American community

University of Miami President Julio Frenk met today with 17 leaders of the local Cuban-American community to discuss the future of the Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies (ICCAS), and to address circulating rumors that falsely report UM will be shutting down ICCAS. Community members, as well as Student Government President Adrian Nuñez and Federación…

Haitian-American students react to hurricane devastation, plan volunteer effort
Environment, Hurricane, International, News

Haitian-American students react to hurricane devastation, plan volunteer effort

More than 100 people in Haiti are dead as a result of Hurricane Matthew, and that number is expected to go up, according to Haitian officials. The hurricane tore through the nation on Tuesday, leaving a country already-ravaged by a recent cholera outbreak and an earthquake six years ago even more devastated. Members of Planet Kreyol, the Haitian-American…

Panel discusses U.S.-Cuban relations after election
International, News

Panel discusses U.S.-Cuban relations after election

Alfredo Durán served 18 months in a Cuban prison after the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion. Otto Reich served as an ambassador under both President George W. Bush and President Ronald Reagan. Professor Jaime Suchlicki moderated a panel featuring both distinguished speakers. The panel, held on Sept. 21 at Casa Bacardi by the Institute for…

UM works to build image as ‘hemispheric university’ at Herald Americas Conference
International, News

UM works to build image as ‘hemispheric university’ at Herald Americas Conference

The dozens of guests at the Herald Americas Conference jumped to their feet mid-discussion when Raúl López-Pérez, Latin Chamber of Commerce’s vice chairman of Hemispheric Congress, appeared to be choking. University of Miami President Julio Frenk and other emergency workers spoke to López-Pérez as he lay on the floor, and he recovered and was able…

Advisory council gives Asian student organizations new suite
Campus Life, International, News, Student Organization

Advisory council gives Asian student organizations new suite

The three Asian student organizations that were asked to vacate their suites in the Shalala Student Center (SSC) two weeks ago will be given a shared Asian Student Organization Suite in the Whitten University Center (UC) next semester. After receiving a letter from a coalition formed by students concerned about the implications of not having any suite…

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