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UMTV airs its first-ever program designed to showcase the experience and excellence of black students.


Enthralled by a Puppet and a Tony

Musical theatre students spent quality time learning (and laughing) with Avenue Q co-creator Jeff Marx.

Enthralled by a Puppet and a Tony

Musical theatre students spent quality time learning (and laughing) with Avenue Q co-creator Jeff Marx.

Enthralled by a Puppet and a Tony

Musical theatre students spent quality time learning (and laughing) with Avenue Q co-creator Jeff Marx.


Weatherproof Learning

B.E. & W.R. Miller BuildLab allows architecture students to work even in inclement weather.

Weatherproof Learning

B.E. & W.R. Miller BuildLab allows architecture students to work even in inclement weather.


Boosting the Signal

From spinning vinyl to streaming digital, WVUM celebrates its half-century ride on the changing airwaves of radio with a major renovation.


Frost School Ensemble Honors Stoneman Douglas Community

The concert, entitled “Collaborations,” presented works that inspire musicians to bring art to life.


Hitting a High Note

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


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.


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.



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.



Ellie Goldenberg Lives on in Memorial Scholarship

Three UM B.F.A. musical theatre majors are the first recipients of scholarship named in honor of the UM student who died tragically.

Ellie Goldenberg Lives on in Memorial Scholarship

Three UM B.F.A. musical theatre majors are the first recipients of scholarship named in honor of the UM student who died tragically.


Art in the Heart of Campus

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

Art in the Heart of Campus

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.


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.

Commencement Profile: Tracy Ehrlich

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


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