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University of Miami’s Haitian community considers causes and effects of President Jovenel Moïse’s...

“It was unfortunately bound to happen given the years of struggle and oppression surrounding his presidency,” said Laura Francois, a first generation Haitian-American senior majoring in public health and French.

With eyes set on the NFL, the Hurricanes’ 2021 draft class...

Few college football programs around the country can compare with the Miami Hurricanes when it comes to acquiring, producing and developing talent at the collegiate level.

Words of advice from a graduating senior: ‘choose to your own...

Bill Chan graduated from the University of Miami in May with a degree in clinical psychology and is pursuing a Ph.D.

Euphonium and bass trombone artist Natalie Colegrove excited to continue music...

“When I started the band, I felt an immediate connection to my instrument,” Colegrove said. “I loved my instrument more than anyone else, and I tried to practice harder than everyone else because I genuinely enjoyed it.”

Undergraduate deans encourage students to challenge themselves and take advantage of...

Dean Leonidas G. Bachas - College of Arts and Sciences Leonidas G. Bachas joined the University of Miami in July 2010 as dean of the...

A freshman’s guide to getting around Miami

At the University of Miami, freshmen are not allowed to have cars unless you are a commuter, which means you must find your way around the city on your own. But don’t worry, it isn’t as hard as it seems.

A freshman’s guide to student employment

Going to college is expensive, especially in Miami. Whether you want to offset living expenses, pay for books or need some extra pocket money, student employment gives you the opportunity to gain work experience and earn a wage.

Not just football: Fall athletics include soccer, volleyball, cross country

With COVID-19 protocols and regulations winding down, fans can expect fall sports teams to resume their normal activities. Here’s what to expect from women’s soccer, women’s volleyball and men’s and women’s cross country.

Aspiring marine scientist Jetty Porter to enter UM this fall

“There’s a part of me that loves just getting to be out there in the field and interacting with animals one-on-one and really being able to connect with what I’m studying on a personal level,” Porter said.

Graduate deans share journeys to academia, advice for first-year students

Dean Henri Ford - Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine Henri R. Ford became dean of the Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine on...

UM administrators confident Greek Life can return to normal this year

After a long year of remote events and disciplinary action, the Dean of Students Office is optimistic that Greek life on campus will begin the transition back to normality this fall.

Here’s where to visit to take advantage of living in Miami

Miami is more than just palm trees, beaches, over-crowded nightclubs and all the other things Will Smith sings about in his hit 1998 single, “Miami.”