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February 26 , 2024

Alumnus to lead Homecoming Parade

The UM Alumni Association has appointed former Hurricanes football star Jim Kelly as Grand Marshal for the Alumni Weekend and Homecoming Parade, at 7 p.m. on Oct. 31 in Walsh Ave and Merrick and Sta...

RSMAS inaugurates $50 million marine research complex

The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (RSMAS) inaugurated its new 86,000-square-foot Marine Technology and Life Sciences Seawater Complex, which will allow for groundbreaking exp...

Miami’s Best Pizza to close this November

Walking into Miami’s Best Pizza is like being struck with an explosion of the senses. The tradition-rooted mom-and-pop restaurant takes customers on a journey to the past with its classic decor and ...

Birthright recruits participants despite international conflict

Junior Alyssa Rosenfeld went to Israel as part of Taglit-Birthright Israel, a program that arranges free trips to Israel for Jewish young adults. Rosenfeld found the trip to be a meaningful experience...

KAOS breaks it down for dance group hopefuls

Junior Marisa Monaco began her warm-up routine by stretching, performing splits and preparing herself for an intensive two and a half hours of choreography and dancing. As soon as Ed Sheeran’s “Do...

‘Places and Spaces’ displays smart art

This fall, “Places and Spaces,” a cross-disciplinary exhibit displayed in the School of Architecture’s Glasgow Hall and the first two floors of Richter Library, joins the Lowe Art Museum as another ...

SpectrUM becomes UPride, raises red flag

After almost a decade, UM’s LGBTQ student organization, formerly known as SpectrUM, changed its name to UPride. This decision was met with mixed response from some of the club’s members and alumni, ...

Woodworker carves lasting impact on campus

Adrian Villaraos, 63, comes to work every day to the smell of freshly cut wood and the sounds of classical music. He runs the School of Architecture’s (SoA) model shop and has had a passion for wo...

Architects redesign parking area into plazas

The area east of Commercial Boulevard in the waterfront town of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, north of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., used to be a public parking area. This area now consists of three plazas t...

Metrorail to receive face-lift, new routes

School of Architecture (SoA) students are teaming up with civic activist Meg Daly and the Miami-Dade Parks and Recreation Department to make the space under the southern leg of the Metrorail more user...

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