Topic: Arts and Humanities

Can you spot a deepfake?

University of Miami researchers familiar with artificial intelligence technology offer their opinions about a phenomenon—the posting of images or videos that have been manipulated—that is becoming more prevalent online.

Can you spot a deepfake?

University of Miami researchers familiar with artificial intelligence technology offer their opinions about a phenomenon—the posting of images or videos that have been manipulated—that is becoming more prevalent online.


Celebrating Black History Month at Frost: Weaving the American Tapestry Together

February is Black History Month. And while many people recognize it and celebrate it in spectacular ways, here at Frost, we do that and then some. Not just because it is an integral part of the history of the United States but because it is inextricably connected with the broader history of the country and the world.

Celebrating Black History Month at Frost: Weaving the American Tapestry Together

February is Black History Month. And while many people recognize it and celebrate it in spectacular ways, here at Frost, we do that and then some. Not just because it is an integral part of the history of the United States but because it is inextricably connected with the broader history of the country and the world.



Frances Hipp: Wife of Frost School of Music's Former Dean William Hipp, Dies at 89

Frances (Frankie) Hipp, the beloved wife of former Frost School of Music's Dean James William (Bill) Hipp, passed away on January 23 in Stuart, Florida, at 89. She was born on March 22, 1934, in Pensacola, Florida.

Frances Hipp: Wife of Frost School of Music's Former Dean William Hipp, Dies at 89

Frances (Frankie) Hipp, the beloved wife of former Frost School of Music's Dean James William (Bill) Hipp, passed away on January 23 in Stuart, Florida, at 89. She was born on March 22, 1934, in Pensacola, Florida.



Theatre arts program paves paths for student

Yash Ramanujam shares the journey that led him from the Midwest to the University of Miami’s Department of Theatre Arts. Growing up in Illinois, Ramanujam saw South Asian American characters depicted in stereotypical roles only. He discovered that acting paved a viable personal and professional path that not only helped him to open up but to represent his South Asian culture.

Theatre arts program paves paths for student

Yash Ramanujam shares the journey that led him from the Midwest to the University of Miami’s Department of Theatre Arts. Growing up in Illinois, Ramanujam saw South Asian American characters depicted in stereotypical roles only. He discovered that acting paved a viable personal and professional path that not only helped him to open up but to represent his South Asian culture.