Members of the Homecoming Executive Committee share how they pivoted this year to plan a ’Canes Spirit Week that continues to generate excitement and honor tradition.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2020/10/students-are-keeping-the-canes-spirit-alive.html



A conversation with Olympian Lauryn Williams

Lauryn Williams, a four-time Olympian and first American woman to medal in both the Summer and Winter Olympics, will participate in a virtual discussion next Wednesday as part of the Student Government’s “What Matters to U” discussion series.

stories/2020/10/conversation-with-four-time-olympian-and-university-alumna-lauryn-williams.html


Leadership and Service

Sybrina Fulton encourages audience to “continue to speak up” against racial injustices

In a moderated discussion as part of Student Government’s “What Matters to U” speaker series, Sybrina Fulton, mother of the late Trayvon Martin and political advocate, shared words of encouragement about overcoming adversity and tackling social justice on Thursday evening.

stories/2020/10/sybrina-fulton-encourages-audience-to-continue-to-speak-up.html




Campus Life

Students support their fellow ’Canes with virtual peer-to-peer tutoring

As we look ahead to midterms and finals, tutoring services offered through the Camner Center for Academic Resources provide a unique opportunity for students to mentor their peers and develop a caring community of their own.

stories/2020/10/students-support-their-fellow-canes.html