The UM chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority co-sponsors Think Pink Cobb Fountain Lighting ceremony in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Off-Broadway Debut

The play Unseamly, written by a UM Theatre Arts lecturer, makes its off-Broadway debut October 8.

Students Give Back during National Gandhi Day of Service

Nearly 900 students volunteered at more than 30 sites during UM’s largest service day of the year.

Study Abroad Set the Stage

UM alumnus Jonathan Dorsey says study abroad fine-tuned his global perspective.

Statement from University of Miami President Julio Frenk

UM community hopeful for the speedy recovery of former UM president Donna E. Shalala.

Food Fare Favorite Returns to Gables Campus

Well ’Canes Marketplace features a bounty of fresh treats

A Balanced Diet is Good for Corals Too, Study Finds

Researchers examine nutrient enrichment and bleaching resilience in Red Sea corals.

Examining Latin American Economies

The Center for Hemispheric Policy hosted a panel discussion on the state of economies in Latin America.

Let the Listening Process Continue

President Julio Frenk is continuing his ambitious listening exercise, visiting schools, colleges, and other constituencies.

New Stamps Scholars Welcomed

The University recently welcomed eight new Stamps Scholars to campus who will study an array of disciplines and be involved in opportunities to advance their leadership skills and musical talents.

Honoring Sotloff's Legacy

The parents of Miami journalist Steven Sotloff, who was murdered while shedding light on injustice in the Middle East, have established the Steven Joel Sotloff Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund to support journalism students at UM.

Bending Over Backwards to Stay Healthy

Wellness Center Hosts UM’s Largest Yoga Class

Quantum Entanglement

A new study suggests the universe was ‘cooked’ just right as it evolved.

‘Game-Changing’ Procedure

UHealth stroke team uses a unique procedure to remove a dangerous blood clot in a 26-year-old patient.

Grant Awarded for Hispanic Health Study

UM researchers will study and gather health data from older Hispanics to help identify early signs of Alzheimer’s.

Cooking Part of Wellness Center's Popular Community Classes

Taught in the center's full kitchen and based on different themes, cooking classes range from Cuban Staples to Classic French.

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