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FAFSA Deadline push leaves college decisions up in the air for prospective ...

For years the day students commit to a university or “Decision Day” has been on May 1. With FAFSA moving the deadline, UM has decided to move their commitment deadline to May 13 to allow s...

SOC hosts career fair for students after last year’s absence

At this year’s Communication, Media and Entertainment Career Fair, students gathered in the courtyard of the School of Communication dressed in business attire, eager to meet and present themsel...

Cuba in Crisis: Island nation sees new protests erupt for food, electricity...

By Grace Tylee and Caroline ValProtesters took to the streets in Santiago de Cuba to speak out against the Cuban government due to ongoing food shortages and power outages. This comes as a result of t...

‘Breaking up with spring break’: What students need to know

With an influx of over 40,000 tourists for spring break in South Beach last year, the Miami Beach Police Department has struggled to maintain security in the neighborhood during one of its busiest tim...

Building our social muscle to form deeper connections: A lesson from the U....

A passion for mental health, a desire to reach students, and a speech from the U.S. Surgeon General that inspired the hearts of the audience to reach out to their loved ones and shine their flashlight...

Miami Marathon inspires runners to “go one more”

Even the blistering heat of the Miami sun couldn’t compete with the 18,000 participants reaching the finish line last weekend for the annual Life Time Miami Marathon and Half.This past Sunday Ja...

UM News Briefs: burglary at Lakeside Village, extreme cold front and MLK...

THIS WEEK AT THE UBurglary at Lakeside Village Campus safety has always remained a priority of the UMPD, keeping students and faculty safe from crime. UMPD released a statement on Jan. 19, 2024 regard...

‘Canes assemble at opening ceremony to kick off Homecoming 2023

No event other than Homecoming could bring out a mechanical-dolphin, the Frost Band of the Hour and HP Patio Jams to the University of Miami campus. Students continue to cheer on the 5-2 Hurricane foo...

Thinking Pink in October with Zeta Tau Alpha

Pink as a color has historically represented a variety of qualities, including friendship, peace, harmony and compassion. As we enter the month of October, commonly known as Breast Cancer Awareness Mo...

Hurricane Idalia is a wake-up call for all Floridians

Residents of Florida are recuperating from several days without power during the heat of the tail-end of the summer. Their recovery begins amidst an ongoing effort to rebuild from the destruction of H...

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