Undergraduate students reflect on leaving the nest, share their experiences with homesickness, and give advice to first-year students on powering through their first year at UM

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Campus Life

Student Government brings Pharmabox to the University of Miami

Watch this video to learn how Student Government is making a positive difference in the everyday lives of University of Miami students.

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Leadership and Service

Lending a hand from afar

Led by UM senior and Nassau-native Katya Saunders, the Bahamian Students Association collected more than 25 boxes of goods and 50 cases of water from the ’Canes community to provide much-needed relief to the Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Dorian

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Campus Life

Iconic towers set to close in May

Housing and Residential Life marks the decommissioning of Stanford Residential College through the telling of “Stanford Stories” and looks toward the future with Centennial Village.

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Health and Wellness

Your favorite flu shot excuse might be a myth

Student Health Service dispels five common misconceptions about the influenza vaccine so that students, faculty, and staff can take charge of their health ahead of flu season.

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Health and Wellness

Caring for your fellow ’Canes

Students, faculty and staff can join the growing network of campus “gatekeepers” who are trained to recognize and refer someone at risk of suicide during Suicide Prevention Month.

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Campus Life

Post-storm support for students

Even though UM wasn’t directly hit by Hurricane Dorian, Student Affairs is ready to support students with a variety of services and resources

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