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Students describe toxic culture within Greek Life during COVID-19

The culture in Greek Life to party during COVID-19 is so pervasive that it has resulted in some members completely pulling away and losing respect for people they once considered close friends.

Fraternities host massive pool parties as COVID cases surge at UM

Nothing stops a Miami frat party — not a deadly pandemic and certainly not the administration. 

1,500 COVID-19 cases later, faculty and administration disagree over ‘...

According to the New York Times, University of Miami had the 46th most cases out of more than 1,900 schools they tracked. As UM has continued to promote the semester as a success, many faculty disagree.

Entrepreneur program ranked 13 in the country

The ranking by The Princeton Review marks the first time in the program's 33 year history that it has been ranked in the top 50.

On day of deadline, 3,413 UM students still have not gotten flu shots

9,433 students have received their seasonal flu vaccine, while another 3,413 have not according to UM.

UM passes 1,000 COVID cases

With one week of in-class instruction remaining, the University of Miami passed 1,000 cases of Covid-19.

Florida 2020 Recap: Former UM President Donna Shalala loses House seat

Democrats in Florida lost big on Election Day, with the state moving firmly to the right in elections for president and Congress, including an unexpected unseating of South Florida Reps. Donna Shalala (D-27) and Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (D-26).

After UMPD denies use of facial recognition, surveillance cameras brought i...

Although members of the community were concerned about the possible use of facial recognition to identify individuals on campus recently, specifically participants at the “die-in” protest, evidence points to the university using camera footage along with Cane Card swipes and WiFi connectivity to pinpoint students on campus.

Sig Chi suspended, Pike on probation following Covid-19 violations

Looks like the party is over. The punishments for Sigma Chi and Pi Kappa Alpha are the first reported punishments for fraternities at UM in violation of the university's Covid-19 protocols barring parties of any kind.

Public Health Ambassadors share their experiences

“I have never felt unsafe. I feel that we are doing a very good job by doing the most. I understand that there's been a lot of pushback on school reopening, but I think what we're doing is awesome."

Jesse Lieberman