Before this semester, there had never been a female president or two presidents—now, Hillel has both.
“You get to be a social worker, a psychologist, a counselor,” said UMPD Crime Prevention Officer Alexandra Martinez on the meaning of police work. “You get to be a superhero.”
“But I did all of that,” Jean said.
Former University of Miami students who identified as LGBTQ tended to steer away from “outing” themselves. Now, they reflect on how times have changed.
They say distance makes the heart grow fonder. Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn’t. University of Miami students reflect on how long distance has affected their relationships.
She’s more than just the girl who received a $50,000 scholarship from Drake. Destiny James had the odds stacked against her for most of her life, and when tragedy struck her freshman year, it didn’t get easier. Yet she used motivation and inner strength to persevere through all of it.
‘It makes you want to be a better person’: Camp Kesem volunteer reflects how program has changed him
They say wisdom comes as you get older, but one UM student has learned some of the most important lessons from people much younger than him.
Veteran’s Day is a national public holiday observed to commemorate military service members. For Juan Montoya, a UM student and war veteran, the day means a time to reflect and honor the many sacrifices those who serve make on a day to day basis. Montoya, a sophomore majoring in athletic training, said he never truly…
He’s been here for less than a semester and has already had to make decisions many executive vice presidents and provosts of universities across the nation rarely face. But Jeffrey Duerk, the University of Miami’s new executive vice president and provost, isn’t fazed. Duerk said his first few months in the position are even…