Summer sunrays pose threats of skin conditions

  Summer is the perfect time to head outside, soak in the sun, and increase the chances of damaging your skin. The effects of not properly caring for skin during the summer may… Continue reading

Campus provides choices in matters of differing faiths

This weekend, some of the UM community observed Easter and Passover from experiencing the stations of the cross on the Green to attending the seder at the Hillel Jewish Student Center. The on-campus… Continue reading

$7.5 million donation to fund biomedical research

The University of Miami received a $7.5 million donation to create the Dr. John T. Macdonald Foundation Biomedical Nanotechnology Institute. The institute will use the money, which is part of the Momentum2 campaign,… Continue reading

Campus resource addresses mental health issues

The Counseling Center at UM helps maintain students’ mental health. The Counseling Center, fully armed with a staff consisting of licensed mental health counselors, psychologists and social workers, encourages students at UM to… Continue reading

Festival honors arrival of spring

On Sunday afternoon, the University Green was anything but green. The Indian Students Association (ISA) and the Hindu Students Council (HSC) held their first Holi event on campus, which is also known as… Continue reading

Video to tell stories from UM LGBTQ community

The worldwide “It Gets Better” campaign is coming to campus, as senior Robert Hupf plans to create a video to document experiences within the UM community. The project began in 2010 when columnist… Continue reading

Exhibit tells story of HIV, AIDS struggles

The Florida Department of Health is trying to break down the stigma of living with HIV. The Faces of HIV exhibit will will be on campus on Friday on the Rock from 9… Continue reading

Pink snail makes its way to campus

The 8-foot tall pink snail is now at the University of Miami. Now located in the front of the Wellness Center, the snail first appeared in front of the BankUnited Center by request… Continue reading

Chinese New Year celebration comes to campus

The year of the dragon has arrived, and with it comes the University of Miami’s first Chinese New Year celebration. The Chinese Students & Scholars Association (CSSA) and the Asian American Students Association… Continue reading

Flawed system may hurt public professors

Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s latest plan to pay university professors based on student population and performance has more holes than Swiss cheese. The idea has recently been brewing in Texas and Scott is… Continue reading