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Mahoney-Pearson dining hall dishwashing machine breaks down

Patrons of the Mahoney-Pearson Dining Hall had to use plastic plates and utensils after the kitchen's industrial dishwasher broke down.

Peace Corps serves as stepping stone for professional development

“The University of Miami has an extremely diverse and talented student body, and many students are committed to service and the betterment of the world around them”

Four UM fraternities placed on social probation after illicit party

“Any organization who was found responsible for violating regulations will be held responsible," said Steven Priepke, senior associate dean of students and the founding father of UM's chapter of SAE.

Student government executive ticket debate outlines issues, confirms suppor...

"This debate provided the opportunity for students to meet the candidates and hear from them personally what they hope to change about the UM experience."

Countdown to V Day

We’re less than ten days out, and you’ve successfully convinced your boyfriend not to break up with you before Valentine’s Day.

A weekend at the U

A photo collection that captures some of the events that occurred on campus this past weekend

Alexandra Martinez brings experience, ‘non-stop energy’ to UMPD...

“You get to be a social worker, a psychologist, a counselor,” said UMPD Crime Prevention Officer Alexandra Martinez on the meaning of police work. “You get to be a superhero.”

Four months, four lives lost: Students, administration react to student dea...

"College is supposed to be such a special and flourishing time for students," said senior Amy Grundlegor, "but before anything, it’s supposed to be safe place to grow - and that’s obviously not the case this year."

New SG recommendation bill seeks to make getting to the polls easier

Ashlyn Coleman, the SG chair of academic affairs, said the bill is intended to promote civic engagement on campus and is in no way forcing professors to cancel class.

Live Election Day coverage

Polls were open across Florida from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 6. Voters showed up to cast their ballots and make their voices heard on a variety of elections and issues. All interviews were conducted at t...

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