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June 22 , 2024

New class to teach business students about non-profit

More than 30 Miami-area community organizations benefitted from the work of freshmen last fall as partners in the School of Business Administration’s FIRST Step program.  FIRST Step, an acronym for Fr...

SG reaches out to students, gets things done, plans for the future

From campus events to behind-the-scenes activities, Student Government took the University of Miami by storm this semester.

Frat helps a brother out

The “Spike for Mike” volleyball tournament fundraiser will run from 10:30 am to 7:30 pm. at the Sigma Chi house and the Mahoney/Pearson volleyball courts.

Urban hazards call for bike safety

Miami seems to be the perfect location for biking- with fresh Atlantic air, palm trees and sunshine, nothing could be better. Add heavy metropolitan traffic and narrow roads, however, and the cond...

Peer mentors give freshmen a ‘great benefit’

Paola Ortiz came to the University of Miami no stranger to community service, but her decision to major in business brought her up close and personal with an entirely new community outreach experience...

Program connects students to professional world

Aiming to provide top female business students with networking opportunities, the Gateway to Excellence through Mentorship program includes several professional women in the business community.

Andrew Ross Sorkin speaks at UM

Andrew Ross Sorkin came to the University of Miami to speak about his book Too Big to Fail

School of Business offers special freshman course

Freshmen in the School of Business are required to take Management 100, a course that will give them a hands-on experience working with nonprofit organizations and will prepare them for the future of their college careers in the school.

Citigroup exec speaks to business school

Mark Rufeh, a Citigroup executive, spoke to the School of Business students about the economic crisis

Business school offers insider secrets

"The Inside TracK" offers students useful information on getting a job.

Dana Hatic

Contributing News Writer