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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.”

Eat! A selective campus dining guide

Considering all the hours freshmen spend on campus, knowing where to get the best meal for different appetites, palates and diets is important.

Miami vs. Florida State: An exhilarating blockbuster rivalry

For decades, the Miami Hurricanes and the Florida State Seminoles have had one of the most distinguished rivalries in all of college football.

UM’s Roadmap to Our New Century plan offers Class of 2025...

While the University of Miami centennial denotes 100 years of history, 2025 will also mark the beginning of the future for UM and the Class of 2025 graduates.

Undergraduate deans share journey to academia, advice for first-year students

Dean Laura Kohn-Wood - School of Education and Human Development Laura Kohn-Wood became dean of the School of Education and Human Development in July 2018....

UM admissions allowing test-optional applications

UM was among more than 600 schools that switched to test-optional for the incoming fall 2021 class, according to the Common Application

Graduating senior Daniela Rodriguez advises students to take advantage of everything...

Daniela Rodriguez is a 2021 graduate of the University of Miami with degrees in anthropology and political science. She is pursuing a startup job in Silicon Valley in the health-tech industry.

It’s great to be a Miami Hurricane. Here’s what you need...

Whether you are rooting for the ‘Canes at Hard Rock Stadium, the Watsco Center, Mark Light Field or any of the university’s athletic facilities, these traditions reaffirm pride for the university and cultivate a passionate sports culture in South Florida.