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Space remains available for housing

The school year at the University of Miami has just begun and while campus is lively by day, come night there is an increased amount of empty beds.

Students offered incentives to delay entry into Law School

The verdict is in—the University of Miami School of Law is on the rise.

Events Beats

The School of Business Administration will host a UM Global Business Forum entitled “Harnessing the Power of the Connected World” on Jan. 15 and 16, 2009. Early registration for UM alumni, faculty, st...

Events Beats

The University of Miami School of Business Administration's Executive MBA program is now ranked number 1 among Florida business schools; The UM School of Communication Knight Center for International Media has announced its second Anchor Project; University of Miami's Crime Prevention Officer John Pepper was sworn in as Vice President for the Coral Gables Citizen's Crime Watch Executive Board

Mister and Miss International 2008 crowned

Stomping, yelling and pounding his chest, freshman Kenji Suzuki brought a little bit of his native Hawaii to the UC Thursday night. One war dance, Q&A session and formal and beachwear competition ...

Campus Beat Notebook

“Lifeguards,” UM’s  suicide prevention committee, will participate in this year’s American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) Out of the Darkness Community Walk. The walk will raise money for AF...

Campus Beat Notebook

Adrienne Arsht, a University of Miami trustee and philanthropist, announced she will donate 5 million dollars to the university. Two million will go towards the University of Miami's ethics programs a...

UM panel discusses presidential candidates’ impact on economy

A University of Miami discussion titled “The Economic Crisis: How the Presidential Candidates Will Change the Future of Our Economy” was part of “A Dialogue for Democracy”, a series of events aiming to inform UM students about the key issues in the 2008 presidential campaigns, Tuesday night.

Events Beat Notebook

Meyer appointed Warren Johnson Chair, professor of marketing, Surfrider UM helps to reduce beach litter, Filipino Student Association celebrates Filipino-American culture

Students use elevators, Wellness and class to find a date

Many college students discuss the various "pick-up" locations, for meeting a boyfriend or girlfriend, off and on campus.

Nina Ruggiero

Contributing News Writer