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An unforgettable legacy, what former president Julio Frenk means to the U

Frenk took part in dunk-tank fundraisers for student organizations and even answered student questions about the shirtless picture of him the University used to announce his presidency.His commitment to improving student life would peak in 2020 with the creation of Lakeside Village and the Knight Center for Music Innovation.The Knight Center doubled the nationally ran...

Who is Joe Echevarria, the new acting president of UM?

Joe Echevarria was announced the acting president of the University of Miami earlier today by the University o...

Julio Frenk steps down, CEO of UM to become acting president...

This story was last updated at 4:09 p.m. on Wednesday, June 12.Julio Frenk is leaving his post as president of...

Toppel to TV: How the Toppel Career Center guided Laralyn Ja...

Senior broadcast journalism major Laralyn Jackson walked the graduation stage today with a successful internsh...

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Oct. 7 survivors visit campus, recount experiences of Hamas attack

Three survivors from the Oct. 7 Hamas attack in Israel spoke about their experiences with students this past Monday at the University of Miami Hillel as part of the college tour series “Survived...

UM Democrats host local candidates to preview 2024 election

The Shalala Student Center quickly filled up with students this past Thursday who were eager to meet three of Miami’s very own politicians. The event, hosted by the University of Miami College D...

Cuba in Crisis: Island nation sees new protests erupt for food, electricity

By Grace Tylee and Caroline ValProtesters took to the streets in Santiago de Cuba to speak out against the Cuban government due to ongoing food shortages and power outages. This comes as a result of t...

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Concordia Americas 2024: What to expect, lineup and panels

The Concordia Americas Summit, a premier two-day international forum discussing critical issues impacting Latin America, the Caribbean and the United States, is set to reconvene for its third year at ...

COISO international week celebrates cultural diversity at UM

The Council of International Students and Organizations (COISO) recently brought its annual week-long celebration dedicated to embracing the cultural diversity of UM’s campus. On Apr. 8, from 7:...

Oct. 7 survivors visit campus, recount experiences of Hamas attack

Three survivors from the Oct. 7 Hamas attack in Israel spoke about their experiences with students this past Monday at the University of Miami Hillel as part of the college tour series “Survived...

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