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

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Distraction magazine named ‘Magazine of the Year’

The student-run magazine was honored by the annual Michigan State University Design Contest for College Students.

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Distraction magazine named ‘Magazine of the Year’

The student-run magazine was honored by the annual Michigan State University Design Contest for College Students.

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Distraction magazine named ‘Magazine of the Year’

The student-run magazine was honored by the annual Michigan State University Design Contest for College Students.

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Distraction magazine named ‘Magazine of the Year’

The student-run magazine was honored by the annual Michigan State University Design Contest for College Students.

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Summer exhibitions at the Lowe Art Museum

Two new exhibitions opening on June 20 challenge stereotypes and examine political complexities

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Summer exhibitions at the Lowe Art Museum

Two new exhibitions opening on June 20 challenge stereotypes and examine political complexities

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Summer exhibitions at the Lowe Art Museum

Two new exhibitions opening on June 20 challenge stereotypes and examine political complexities

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Looking for summer reading?

Three University of Miami professors recommend their favorites books to enjoy during the summer months ahead.

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Looking for summer reading?

Three University of Miami professors recommend their favorites books to enjoy during the summer months ahead.

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Surveying the ‘Worlds of Journalism’ in Latin America and the Caribbean

Academics met at the University of Miami to plan the next phase of a study looking at how journalists in the region view their profession and the challenges they face.

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Surveying the ‘Worlds of Journalism’ in Latin America and the Caribbean

Academics met at the University of Miami to plan the next phase of a study looking at how journalists in the region view their profession and the challenges they face.

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The historians of Westeros

Former University of Miami student Elio M. Garcia, Jr. and his wife Linda Antonsson discuss their journey related to the popular HBO series, “Game of Thrones,” which began on campus.

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The historians of Westeros

Former University of Miami student Elio M. Garcia, Jr. and his wife Linda Antonsson discuss their journey related to the popular HBO series, “Game of Thrones,” which began on campus.

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The 2019 ’Canes Film Showcase will highlight student work

Six short films created by University of Miami film students will be screened in Los Angeles this week.

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Singing in harmony to the top

Two University of Miami a cappella groups, Tufaan and BisCaydence, celebrated big wins in different competitions.

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Finding his groove at the piano—and on the financial stage

From music to money, Joseph Chica renews his life’s passion and finds a new one at the University of Miami.

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Met Gala Monday

University of Miami staff and students weigh in on what to expect on the red carpet at the 71st Annual Met Gala in New York City.

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Met Gala Monday

University of Miami staff and students weigh in on what to expect on the red carpet at the 71st Annual Met Gala in New York City.

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Stepping into the past through new technology

Students in a new spring class got a chance to learn virtual and printed 3D technology while also investigating a relic from ancient Greece or Rome.

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Stepping into the past through new technology

Students in a new spring class got a chance to learn virtual and printed 3D technology while also investigating a relic from ancient Greece or Rome.

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Noteworthy trove

Trustee Alfred Camner and his family make a second donation of rare musical scores to the University.

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Noteworthy trove

Trustee Alfred Camner and his family make a second donation of rare musical scores to the University.

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The power of books

A former UM professor started a company dedicated to publishing books on African-American culture, helping to give students access to their history.

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The power of books

A former UM professor started a company dedicated to publishing books on African-American culture, helping to give students access to their history.

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Transforming historic sugar mills in the Dominican Republic

A group of School of Architecture students visited the Caribbean nation to learn about the historic sugar mill ruins, as well as the history and culture of Santo Domingo.

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Transforming historic sugar mills in the Dominican Republic

A group of School of Architecture students visited the Caribbean nation to learn about the historic sugar mill ruins, as well as the history and culture of Santo Domingo.

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Music of the Plants

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

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Music of the Plants

Alumna Yvette Soler, 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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