The theme of this Canes After Dark was “Glow In The Dark”, and at the event students could enjoy glow-in-the-dark cotton candy, airbrush tattoos and t-shirts, create wax hands and more.
The Butler Center for Service and Leadership kicked off the semester with its first big event of the school year, the annual Orientation Outreach Day of Service on Aug. 25.
It’s been more than a decade since Hug the Lake started on the University of Miami’s Coral Gables campus. Its meaning has grown since.
College students are no strangers to mental illness. Student organizations on campus are committed to making these burdens easier to carry.
It’s been an issue debated for decades: the relationship between the United States and Israel. Now, a new student organization on campus is looking to foster understanding and leadership.
‘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…
On Nov. 9, people across the United States will step out in support of those at risk of deportation now that the fate of nearly a million eligible undocumented immigrants is in jeopardy. The University of Miami College Democrats will be taking part in that movement by hosting Defend DACA: Two Months Without a Dream,…
The Federación de Estudiantes Cubanos won first place for the fourth time in five years at Homecoming Week’s Organized Cheer dance competition on Nov. 1, finishing just ahead of Association of Commuter Students. FEC’s win earned them 130 points in the race to be the overall winner of Homecoming 2017, which they won this year…