Friday, October 7, 2022

Tag: university of miami

College freshmen return to normalcy after hybrid high school years (includes...

As the second week of fall classes and COVID-19 fades in the rearview mirror, South Florida's freshman class of 2026 is expressing...

Advocates rally at UM to protest the Don’t Say Gay bill...

The LGBTQI+ community and advocates rallied on the University of Miami campus Thursday afternoon to protest the Parents' Rights in Education bill currently making...

Coral Gables economic plan kept the city on an even keel...

The pandemic forcing the University of Miami to largely close did not devastate Coral Gables because of the economic plan the municipal government put...

Vanessa Joseph empowers North Miami

While waiting in line to vote in 2016, Vanessa Joseph said she was surprised by how little people seemed to know about local government....

Making Black History: Faith and community drive Da-Venya Armstrong

If you are Black and you, a friend or a relative have received a COVID-19 vaccine, it’s likely that you have Da-Venya Armstrong to...

Florida’s university pandemic response ramps up for spring

As they head into spring semester, universities throughout Florida are looking to increased testing and reporting measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. With the...

How the pandemic has affected disabled students (includes video story)

Students with disabilities are a demographic that have been drastically affected by COVID-19 and the ensuing lockdowns. The dangers of exposure and the struggles...

The future of university teaching is online

Mihaela Plugarasu has been a professor of communication arts at Florida International University for four years. When the pandemic started, she, like many other...

COVID-19 pushing high school football recruits to make quick decisions (includes...

When college and high school programs across the nation were preparing to start spring football practice this past March, no one thought football, or...

Some South Florida colleges gave refunds this summer. What’s up for...

Since the coronavirus pandemic started, classes that were supposed to be face-to-face have become fully remote. Since college can be a financial burden, some...