Nicole Newton and Laura Tortorice

New Academic Year Kicks Off

The University of Miami welcomed more than 2,300 new students to campus as the fall semester got underway.

Armstrong’s small step left giant memories for those who watched

Apollo 11 astronaut’s moonwalk, which took place 50 years ago Saturday, is remembered by members of the UM community.

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Using ‘mooncrete’ for building blocks on the moon

A University of Miami College of Engineering researcher is trying to perfect a technique of using lunar soil as a type of concrete to build structures on the moon.

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Expanding her portfolio

Through an internship with M. Shanken Communications, rising senior Teddy Willson has contributed to both Wine Spectator and V magazines.

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From tragedy to triumph

University of Miami alumna Vanessa Garcia recounts her personal journey writing for the highly acclaimed play, the “Amparo Experience.”

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From tragedy to triumph

University of Miami alumna Vanessa Garcia recounts her personal journey writing for the highly acclaimed play, the “Amparo Experience.”

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From the Earth to the moon: How did Apollo 11 change us?

University of Miami religious studies professor Catherine Newell weighs in on some of the big questions about the moon landing.

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From the Earth to the moon: How did Apollo 11 change us?

University of Miami religious studies professor Catherine Newell weighs in on some of the big questions about the moon landing.

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Ambassadors for interdisciplinary research

New U-LINK Predoctoral Fellowships allow graduate students to tackle interdisciplinary research projects with faculty from two different areas of expertise.

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Ambassadors for interdisciplinary research

New U-LINK Predoctoral Fellowships allow graduate students to tackle interdisciplinary research projects with faculty from two different areas of expertise.

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The next giant leap in space exploration

NASA wants to return humans to the moon by 2024. A University of Miami engineering graduate is part of a team that will help get them there.

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The next giant leap in space exploration

NASA wants to return humans to the moon by 2024. A University of Miami engineering graduate is part of a team that will help get them there.

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Discovering a calling in Japan

University of Miami student Kayla Crews has always been fascinated with Japan and its culture. Participating in study abroad there made it all real.

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Discovering a calling in Japan

University of Miami student Kayla Crews has always been fascinated with Japan and its culture. Participating in study abroad there made it all real.

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Finding inspiration in Cannes

School of Communication senior Leah Brown attended Cannes Lions Festival, one of the largest annual advertising and media gatherings held for the industry.

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Finding inspiration in Cannes

School of Communication senior Leah Brown attended Cannes Lions Festival, one of the largest annual advertising and media gatherings held for the industry.

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Assessing California’s Infrastructure

A University of Miami engineering faculty member discusses how California’s infrastructure fared during the recent earthquake.

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Assessing California’s Infrastructure

A University of Miami engineering faculty member discusses how California’s infrastructure fared during the recent earthquake.

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