Running for a Congressional seat is an idea that's been brewing in Donna Shalala's mind for a while. Now, she said she's ready to "hit the ground running."
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...
UM’s only student from Nevada shared her views on the results and commented on the race at large in the wake of Sanders' commanding win.
“As a citizen, wouldn’t you want to be absolutely positive that those elected officials are looking out for all of us and not just a small percent?” Obama said.
On March 17, election season will officially arrive here in Florida, and students at the University of Miami are preparing themselves to take part in the democratic process. With the Florida Democratic primary only a month away, some Canes have already made up their minds while others have not.
Sally Philips, former chair of South Miami’s Planning Board, handily defeated her opponents to become South Miami’s next mayor.
"I feel like a lot of people don’t realize that their decision to vote or not to vote affects other people more than just themselves”
McCain's achievements continue to be remembered, even by those too young to vote in the 2008 elections. Micaela Stoner, president of the UM College Republicans, said McCain's presidential campaign was the first she was old enough to follow, and said she rooted for him to win.
A Trump poster was hung on campus and promptly defaced. The poster being defaced was met with mixed reactions from students across campus. One vandal was tracked down by the University of Miami Police Department and the actions have been publicly denounced by Julio Frenk.
The tension in the room was almost palpable, and caused several students to stress-eat as they watched the election unfold on the TV screens.
Joe Biden visited the University of Miami in support of the It's On Us social movement created in 2014 to end sexual violence against both men and women on college campuses.
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...