“When I finally got here, I was like ‘it’s time for me to reinvent myself, but I don’t want to change myself and lose the core essence of what I am and the morals and values my parents gave me.”
“Even though SportsDesk has been fortunate enough to be nominated and eventually win several awards over the years, the thrill of winning never gets old.”
Phi Delta Epsilon, a premedical fraternity at the University of Miami will be hosting the Anatomy Fashion Show April 3 as a fundraising event for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
“You stand out with enthusiasm and with a smile, but also with working hard. That’s what I did my whole career,” Rep. Shalala told students. “And I had a sense of humor, that helps.”
“This has never been done in the history of SportsDesk; it was monumental.”
The University of Miami’s College Democrats in conjunction with the Model United Nations team will be hosting a documentary screening on criminal justice from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 28 in the Storer Auditorium. “Model United Nations is an organization that strives to research, discuss and debate about complex and pressing issues,”…
“UMTV is a great safe space to cultivate your talent to learn how to work and move in this industry,” said Kristion Matas who has been involved with multiple shows.
“These are issues that are actually happening in the world right now, and not a lot of people talk about them, and that’s something that should change,” said sophomore Naomy Lelis, who has been working on the “race” room this year.
29 undergraduate students will take a week-long medical service trip to the communities of Tranquilla and El Retiro in West Panama.
Many of the students who went on the trip said the beautiful views made the long days, heavy baggage and freezing temperatures all worthwhile.
Florida State University, Florida International University, the University of Florida and many other colleges and universities across the state already have NAACP chapters, but UM is the latest to start its own.