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Student a cappella group BisCaydence wins quarterfinals and advances to the next round in the international competition made famous by Pitch Perfect.


Ten Questions with Jacqueline Travisano

A closer look at the University of Miami's executive vice president for business and finance and chief operating officer.

Ten Questions with Jacqueline Travisano

A closer look at the University of Miami's executive vice president for business and finance and chief operating officer.

Ten Questions with Jacqueline Travisano

A closer look at the University of Miami's executive vice president for business and finance and chief operating officer.


The Global Influence of Graham

The popular Christian minister preached to more people than any other evangelist in history.

The Global Influence of Graham

The popular Christian minister preached to more people than any other evangelist in history.


Honoring Lives Lost

A vigil on the University of Miami campus, organized by UM students who graduated from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, honors those lost in the “senseless attack.”


Sea Secrets: Acclaimed Journalist Talks Sea-Level Rise

The latest speaker in the popular lecture series at the Rosenstiel School, Jeff Goodell, shared insights into his new book exploring sea-level rise.


Electronic Devices in Classroom: Help or Hindrance?

At the University of Miami, the professor has the last word on whether students can use their laptops and iPhones in the classroom.


UM Responders Look for Lessons in Tragedy

Members of the University of Miami first response teams remind us of resources available and what to do if crisis hits.


Suffering Through the Violence

Mexican activist, poet and novelist Javier Sicilia deplored the violence stemming from the “drug war” in Mexico that claimed his son’s life.


X Factor

From the North Pole to the South Pole and everywhere in between, the art of UM alumnus Xavier Cortada bridges conflict, inspires action, and teaches the world about science that matters.



University of Miami Experts Comment on Parkland Shooting

University of Miami Experts Comment on Parkland Shooting


A Discussion About Climate Change

A panel of University of Miami faculty talked about the impacts of climate change during a meeting of the UM Citizens Board.

A Discussion About Climate Change

A panel of University of Miami faculty talked about the impacts of climate change during a meeting of the UM Citizens Board.



‘If Not Now, When?’

UM Hillel transforms a blank wall into a call to action to build engagement and bring effective change.

‘If Not Now, When?’

UM Hillel transforms a blank wall into a call to action to build engagement and bring effective change.


Blending Technology and Talent

Students in the Laptop Ensemble at the Frost School of Music are among the first in the country to use laptops as their primary performance instruments to create contemporary masterpieces.

Blending Technology and Talent

Students in the Laptop Ensemble at the Frost School of Music are among the first in the country to use laptops as their primary performance instruments to create contemporary masterpieces.



How Fleeing Venezuelans Fare in South Florida and Colombia

A UM study explores why they are leaving and how they acclimate to their new lands.

How Fleeing Venezuelans Fare in South Florida and Colombia

A UM study explores why they are leaving and how they acclimate to their new lands.


Exploring Atheism and Secularism

The creation of an endowed chair for the study of Atheism, Humanism, and Secular Ethics demonstrates UM’s commitment to a leadership role in pursuing new knowledge, information and ideas.

Exploring Atheism and Secularism

The creation of an endowed chair for the study of Atheism, Humanism, and Secular Ethics demonstrates UM’s commitment to a leadership role in pursuing new knowledge, information and ideas.


A Sinkhole to the Past

The University of Miami is hosting a full-day conference on the archeological significance of Little Salt Spring.

A Sinkhole to the Past

The University of Miami is hosting a full-day conference on the archeological significance of Little Salt Spring.


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