Yvette Soler, B.M. ’96, better known as Tigrilla Gardenia, connects her music engineering background with plants to create the 'perfect musical instrument.'

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Notre Dame fire a ‘lesson in fragility’

A symbol of both French heritage and Catholicism, Paris’ 850-year-old gothic cathedral was gutted by a devastating fire that raged for hours, destroying its vaulted wooden roof and iconic spire.

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Notre Dame fire a ‘lesson in fragility’

A symbol of both French heritage and Catholicism, Paris’ 850-year-old gothic cathedral was gutted by a devastating fire that raged for hours, destroying its vaulted wooden roof and iconic spire.

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Notre Dame fire a ‘lesson in fragility’

A symbol of both French heritage and Catholicism, Paris’ 850-year-old gothic cathedral was gutted by a devastating fire that raged for hours, destroying its vaulted wooden roof and iconic spire.

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Notre Dame fire a ‘lesson in fragility’

A symbol of both French heritage and Catholicism, Paris’ 850-year-old gothic cathedral was gutted by a devastating fire that raged for hours, destroying its vaulted wooden roof and iconic spire.

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Ken Jeong tells students, ‘make the most of it and make it your own’

For the second installment of its “What Matters to U” lecture series, Student Government invited actor, comedian, and physician Ken Jeong to the University of Miami to discuss his atypical career path.

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Ken Jeong tells students, ‘make the most of it and make it your own’

For the second installment of its “What Matters to U” lecture series, Student Government invited actor, comedian, and physician Ken Jeong to the University of Miami to discuss his atypical career path.

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Ken Jeong tells students, ‘make the most of it and make it your own’

For the second installment of its “What Matters to U” lecture series, Student Government invited actor, comedian, and physician Ken Jeong to the University of Miami to discuss his atypical career path.

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Inside the making of ‘Game of Thrones’

There is at least one member of House Hurricane in the Seven Kingdoms: alumnus David Nutter, who shares some of his experience working as a director for “Game of Thrones” during its eight-season run on HBO. No spoilers.

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Inside the making of ‘Game of Thrones’

There is at least one member of House Hurricane in the Seven Kingdoms: alumnus David Nutter, who shares some of his experience working as a director for “Game of Thrones” during its eight-season run on HBO. No spoilers.

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The importance of the humanities

Students and faculty are set to showcase humanities research and inform the University community in understanding what research in the humanities entails.

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The importance of the humanities

Students and faculty are set to showcase humanities research and inform the University community in understanding what research in the humanities entails.

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Frost School welcomes ‘tour de force’ Gerard Schwarz

The internationally acclaimed conductor, composer, recording artist, and educator will conduct the Frost Symphony Orchestra and nurture the great artistic leaders of the future.

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Frost School welcomes ‘tour de force’ Gerard Schwarz

The internationally acclaimed conductor, composer, recording artist, and educator will conduct the Frost Symphony Orchestra and nurture the great artistic leaders of the future.

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Noted Jewish writer donates collection of books and manuscripts

Thane Rosenbaum, a Miami Law alumnus who grew up in Miami Beach, will speak at the Kislak Center about his works and legacy as the son of Holocaust survivors.

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An 'ACCelerated' look at research and innovation

During the ACC’s second festival at the Smithsonian, UM faculty and students will take visitors on a spacewalk and tours of the Everglades and a neonatal intensive care unit.

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High school and architecture students collaborate on culture

As part of U-Serve 2019, the students will create an installation for the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center in Liberty City.

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The hour belonged to the Frost School

The Frost School of Music’s Band of the Hour thrilled concertgoers at Saturday’s Ultra Music Festival.

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The hour belonged to the Frost School

The Frost School of Music’s Band of the Hour thrilled concertgoers at Saturday’s Ultra Music Festival.

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Forum showcases undergraduate research

The Office of Undergraduate Research and Community Outreach presents its annual celebration to promote innovation.

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Forum showcases undergraduate research

The Office of Undergraduate Research and Community Outreach presents its annual celebration to promote innovation.

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Leading a conversation to fuel change in Florida

University of Miami President Julio Frenk and Professor of Practice Xavier Cortada named to the Miami Herald’s panel of top 50 influencers in Florida.

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Leading a conversation to fuel change in Florida

University of Miami President Julio Frenk and Professor of Practice Xavier Cortada named to the Miami Herald’s panel of top 50 influencers in Florida.

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A night of rhythm, song, and achievement

Gloria and Emilio Estefan received a special award from the Library of Congress in a Washington, D.C. event taped for a PBS television show that will air in May.

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A night of rhythm, song, and achievement

Gloria and Emilio Estefan received a special award from the Library of Congress in a Washington, D.C. event taped for a PBS television show that will air in May.

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'A match made in music heaven'

Maria Schneider, a celebrated composer and trailblazing music advocate, has been appointed artistic director of the Frost School of Music’s Henry Mancini Institute.

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'A match made in music heaven'

Maria Schneider, a celebrated composer and trailblazing music advocate, has been appointed artistic director of the Frost School of Music’s Henry Mancini Institute.

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Black Lives: A truly American concert

With an aim to build understanding through music, Frost School of Music faculty, alumni, and students share the stage in solidarity.

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Black Lives: A truly American concert

With an aim to build understanding through music, Frost School of Music faculty, alumni, and students share the stage in solidarity.

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Researching the Caribbean

Associate professors William Pestle and Kathleen Sullivan Sealey traveled with students over spring break to Puerto Rico and the Bahamas on research trips that delve into the effects of climate change.

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Researching the Caribbean

Associate professors William Pestle and Kathleen Sullivan Sealey traveled with students over spring break to Puerto Rico and the Bahamas on research trips that delve into the effects of climate change.

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