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April 21 , 2024

Backpacks aplenty bring mental health awareness

Students stopped in their tracks Thursday when they saw more than 1,000 bookbags strewn across the Foote Green as part of the Send Silence Packing campaign for suicide prevention. Send Silence Pack...

Tour highlights campus architecture

Carie Penabad, a professor in the School of Architecture, will lead a tour of the campus’ oldest buildings Friday afternoon. The walking tour will start at Stanford Residential College and loop aroun...

Gender issues at forefront

Ted Bunch, the co-founder of the national men’s organization “A Call to Men,” introduced the concept of the “man box,” the set of ingredients that make up a man, during a presentation Tuesday night. “...

A Guide to International Cuisine

The allure of a diverse and global college experience has drawn many students to the university, as it was ranked No. 1 in cultural diversity by The Princeton Review in 2011. While meeting people on...

Safety fair sheds light on reality of distracted driving

UMPD and Miss UM helped educate the University of Miami’s student body about the importance of practicing safe driving at the safety fair Thursday afternoon on the Rock. The safety fair, which ...

Candlelight vigil shines light on nationwide sex trafficking

Students held candles to their hearts Monday evening at a candlelight vigil to raise awareness for sex trafficking. The event was sponsored by the University of Miami’s National Organization for Wom...

Marine Corps veteran hikes Appalachian Trail to uplift charity efforts

University of Miami senior and Marine Corps vet Jeff Fowler plans to hike the entire Appalachian Trail this spring to help raise money for the military charity Higher Ground Sun Valley. “In honor o...

New Frost faculty reunite to showcase musical talents

Pianist Evelyne Brancart and violinist Charles Castleman are no strangers to the music world, or to each other.  The duo previously worked together in performances and now their paths are...

Event, movie addresses rape culture

Freshman Alexis McDonald organized the event “Vagina, Vagina, Vagina”  held on Thursday night in the Stanford Master’s Apartment in support of April’s Sexual Assault Awareness month. The occasion drew...

‘Our Town’ shows importance of life’s little lessons

Most of us rarely stop to smell the roses. In an attempt to make us do so, student actors from the University of Miami are putting on a moving production of the award-winning play, “Our Town.”...

Nadijah Campbell