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The Beaux Arts Festival of Art debuts at a new site with picture-perfect weather and a panoply of original works of art.


Beaux Arts Festival of Art on the Move

Now in its 67th year, the Beaux Arts Festival will move to the Foote University Green.

Beaux Arts Festival of Art on the Move

Now in its 67th year, the Beaux Arts Festival will move to the Foote University Green.

Beaux Arts Festival of Art on the Move

Now in its 67th year, the Beaux Arts Festival will move to the Foote University Green.


Commencement Profile: Dennis Lejardi

Becoming the Man of the Hour

Commencement Profile: Dennis Lejardi

Becoming the Man of the Hour


Commencement Profile: Tracy Ehrlich

‘Part-Time Junior’ Sculpts Her Way to a B.F.A.


Do You Know Numbers?

Numbers and the Making of Us by Caleb Everett, professor and chair of the University of Miami's Anthropology Department, named a “Top 10 Science Book”


One Book, One U

Make Your Home Among Strangers, a UM common reading book, seeks to promote a campus-wide conversation about family, identity, and immigration.


Music Power, Right On!

UM faculty and staff "closet musicians" take the stage to celebrate an unforgettable era.


Power of Faith

At the entrance of the University of Miami’s Sue and Leonard Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies, a group of statues bring aspects of traditional Judaism to life.


American Caravan for Peace

A cohort of five religious leaders from Miami, including a rabbi and imam from the University of Miami, attended the American Peace Caravan in Morocco in October to promote peace and understanding.



University of Miami Student Will Always Remember this Veteran

Emi Kopke designed a special commemorative shirt that veteran John Seelie wore to Pearl Harbor anniversary.

University of Miami Student Will Always Remember this Veteran

Emi Kopke designed a special commemorative shirt that veteran John Seelie wore to Pearl Harbor anniversary.


Student Publications Receive Top Awards

Ibis Yearbook, Distraction Magazine receive awards from the Associated Collegiate Press Association.

Student Publications Receive Top Awards

Ibis Yearbook, Distraction Magazine receive awards from the Associated Collegiate Press Association.



Alma Mater, Stand Forever

Before The Great Miami Hurricane brought them together in 1926, she escaped Armenia on the back of a camel, and he arrived in Miami “over the backs of alligators.” Their separate but extraordinary lives were briefly but forever entwined when they wrote the University of Miami “Alma Mater” together.

Alma Mater, Stand Forever

Before The Great Miami Hurricane brought them together in 1926, she escaped Armenia on the back of a camel, and he arrived in Miami “over the backs of alligators.” Their separate but extraordinary lives were briefly but forever entwined when they wrote the University of Miami “Alma Mater” together.


Infusing New Blood into a Shakespearean Classic

School of Communication alumni, students and faculty shoot an LGBT interracial vampire romance in Greece.

Infusing New Blood into a Shakespearean Classic

School of Communication alumni, students and faculty shoot an LGBT interracial vampire romance in Greece.



Scaling to New Heights

Master flautist Sir James Galway says that to become an accomplished musician, “practice your scales like there’s no tomorrow.”

Scaling to New Heights

Master flautist Sir James Galway says that to become an accomplished musician, “practice your scales like there’s no tomorrow.”


The Power of Art

University of Miami’s Wynwood Art Gallery holds its annual faculty exhibition featuring thought-provoking art pieces in a variety of mediums.

The Power of Art

University of Miami’s Wynwood Art Gallery holds its annual faculty exhibition featuring thought-provoking art pieces in a variety of mediums.


The Witches of Venice

A University of Miami Ph.D. student in the Department of History sheds light on the dark history of witchcraft in 16th century Venice.

The Witches of Venice

A University of Miami Ph.D. student in the Department of History sheds light on the dark history of witchcraft in 16th century Venice.


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