The entire purpose of the society was to honor Miccosukee culture and preserve it while honoring the greatest leaders and change-makers in our academic community. Calling the society’s traditions “exoticizing of native culture” and racist is a complete denial of concrete fact.
Unfortunately, many of us have not had the freedom to decide how our courses should be taught this semester because the mode of delivery is being imposed without regard for the expertise of the professors of record.
The September 8 article in The Miami Hurricane extensively quoted from the lawsuit and an interview with the employee, Ricardo Arnau, who has fashioned himself as a self-proclaimed “whistleblower” by bringing alleged code violations to light. Nothing could be further from the truth.
The by-laws of Iron Arrow state that one may not be recognized for what one did as an undergraduate after graduation.
I am writing to you about ways you can be proactive to keep yourself and fellow Canes safe and to remind you of some important resources available at UM.
I was a young girl when I endured my abortion. That sentence is still hard for me to swallow. Although, I have healed from this traumatic experience over time, I am on a journey of life-long healing.
We live a precarious financial existence which forces us to supplement our income with other work or to depend on a spouse, parent or sibling throughout our career.
There is very little support from the university when it comes to online classes.
Although this time of year is important to your academic career, I wanted to take a moment to remind everyone to take care of themselves and those around them.
We urge Representative Shalala to introduce to Congress new legislation to support global health system strengthening.
As the Vice Presidential candidate for the True to U ticket, I would like to take a moment to clarify True to U's relationship with the current Student Government Executive Board, and specifically to respond to The Miami Hurricane's statement that "'True to U' has verbalized their frustration with this year’s executive board’s t
During our election time, I encourage you all to be open-minded, be willing to hear perspectives, and think critically about what is being said and why.