Arts and Humanities

Marc Gellman, a University of Miami research associate professor, recounts his experience attending the historic Woodstock music festival in 1969.

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An American master: Her gift to us, our responsibility to her

Toni Morrison, the critically acclaimed novelist, essayist, professor, and first African American woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, died Aug. 6.

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An American master: Her gift to us, our responsibility to her

Toni Morrison, the critically acclaimed novelist, essayist, professor, and first African American woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, died Aug. 6.

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An American master: Her gift to us, our responsibility to her

Toni Morrison, the critically acclaimed novelist, essayist, professor, and first African American woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, died Aug. 6.

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An American master: Her gift to us, our responsibility to her

Toni Morrison, the critically acclaimed novelist, essayist, professor, and first African American woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, died Aug. 6.

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Taking a chance on new audiences

Drawing on his experience in a re-envisioned ‘Guys and Dolls,’ choreographer Julio Agustin Matos, Jr., shares his insights on attracting more diverse audiences to Broadway’s Golden Age musicals.

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Taking a chance on new audiences

Drawing on his experience in a re-envisioned ‘Guys and Dolls,’ choreographer Julio Agustin Matos, Jr., shares his insights on attracting more diverse audiences to Broadway’s Golden Age musicals.

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Taking a chance on new audiences

Drawing on his experience in a re-envisioned ‘Guys and Dolls,’ choreographer Julio Agustin Matos, Jr., shares his insights on attracting more diverse audiences to Broadway’s Golden Age musicals.

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Study abroad programs expand in London and Switzerland

Students interested in sport administration and environmental storytelling can now explore their passion for the subject in a new location.

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Study abroad programs expand in London and Switzerland

Students interested in sport administration and environmental storytelling can now explore their passion for the subject in a new location.

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U-LINK’s ‘big reveal’

The teams awarded grants from the UM Laboratory for Integrative Knowledge share their progress while Provost Jeffrey Duerk unveils plans to bring U-LINK to the classroom.

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U-LINK’s ‘big reveal’

The teams awarded grants from the UM Laboratory for Integrative Knowledge share their progress while Provost Jeffrey Duerk unveils plans to bring U-LINK to the classroom.

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Training teachers in Haiti to address mental health

Doctoral student Marisol Meyer spent a week in Haiti working with Rebati Santé Mentale’s Teachers Mental Health Training Program.

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Training teachers in Haiti to address mental health

Doctoral student Marisol Meyer spent a week in Haiti working with Rebati Santé Mentale’s Teachers Mental Health Training Program.

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Expanding her portfolio

Through an internship with M. Shanken Communications, rising senior Teddy Willson has contributed to both Wine Spectator and V magazines.

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From tragedy to triumph

University of Miami alumna Vanessa Garcia recounts her personal journey writing for the highly acclaimed play, the “Amparo Experience.”

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Discovering a calling in Japan

University of Miami student Kayla Crews has always been fascinated with Japan and its culture. Participating in study abroad there made it all real.

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Finding success on Broadway

University of Miami alumnus Joey Barreiro, performing in the touring Broadway hit “A Bronx Tale,” reflects on how his time at the University influenced his artistic career on stage.

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Finding success on Broadway

University of Miami alumnus Joey Barreiro, performing in the touring Broadway hit “A Bronx Tale,” reflects on how his time at the University influenced his artistic career on stage.

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This library collection is something special

The University of Miami Libraries Special Collections contains invaluable items. Here's a look at a few of the rare gems.

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This library collection is something special

The University of Miami Libraries Special Collections contains invaluable items. Here's a look at a few of the rare gems.

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A masterclass with Yoshiki

The Japanese rock legend Yoshiki shares his passion for music during a visit to the University of Miami Phillip and Patricia Frost School of Music.

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A masterclass with Yoshiki

The Japanese rock legend Yoshiki shares his passion for music during a visit to the University of Miami Phillip and Patricia Frost School of Music.

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Seeing Barcelona through his lens

Charles Gonzalez, a junior in the School of Communication, traveled to Barcelona this summer for a photography workshop.

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Seeing Barcelona through his lens

Charles Gonzalez, a junior in the School of Communication, traveled to Barcelona this summer for a photography workshop.

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Celebrating Juneteenth

The University of Miami Black Alumni Society is hosting a number of Juneteenth events around the country to honor the momentous day of freedom and significance in the lives of African-Americans.

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Celebrating Juneteenth

The University of Miami Black Alumni Society is hosting a number of Juneteenth events around the country to honor the momentous day of freedom and significance in the lives of African-Americans.

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The Chopin Academy opens the door to music enthusiasts

The Frost Chopin Festival and Academy at the University of Miami provides unparalleled experiences for budding pianists, and the public.

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The Chopin Academy opens the door to music enthusiasts

The Frost Chopin Festival and Academy at the University of Miami provides unparalleled experiences for budding pianists, and the public.

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Winners announced in Rosenstiel School's underwater photo contest

More than 600 underwater images were submitted for this year's contest, with awards given in four categories.

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Winners announced in Rosenstiel School's underwater photo contest

More than 600 underwater images were submitted for this year's contest, with awards given in four categories.

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