Posted on 25 September 2014
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (September 24, 2014) — The Well ’Canes Market will return to the Foote Green, located between the Richter Library and the Post Office on the Coral Gables campus, on Wednesday, October 15, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Support local vendors and meet your fellow UM students, faculty, and staff as you fill your senses with the sights and smells of baked goods, fresh honey, marinades, salsa, ceviche, and more.
An initiative of the Department of Human Resources and UM Student Government, the Well ’Canes Market will be held every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. during the fall semester, except during Homecoming week, when it will move to Tuesday, October 28.
For more information, please contact Sheri Virok at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on 21 February 2014
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (February 21, 2014) – The Unite the U ticket swept the recent University of Miami Student Government elections, winning all three executive officer seats that were up for grabs.
A total of 1,951 students cast votes in this year’s race—a 4 percent increase in voter participation that Symon Rowlands, SG Elections Commission vice chair, attributes to the new OrgSync voting system that allowed students to vote via computer.
The elected executive officers, whose one-year terms begin in April, include:
- President: Alessandria San Roman (Unite the U)
- Vice President: William Herrera (Unite the U)
- Treasurer: Dariel Fagundo (Unite the U)
Seven students were elected to the Student Government Senate:
- College of Engineering: Tomas Cacicedo
- College of Arts and Sciences: Bryon Hazzard and Austin Akira
- Commuter Students: Kristen Schlotzhauer, Eric Gonzalez, and Nicole Marcos
- School of Communication: Bruno Solari
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Posted on 04 October 2013
The former UM star football player and retired NFL linebacker shared stories from his past and gave advice to students.
Ray Lewis answers students’ questions.
Ray Lewis’s greatest moment as a Miami Hurricane wasn’t the 15 tackles he recorded in a game against West Virginia or being named to the All-American team in his sophomore and junior years. It was the simple, uneventful act of stepping foot for the first time on UM’s Coral Gables campus as a newly arrived freshman linebacker from Lakeland, Florida.
Raised in a disruptive environment with drug-related activity all around him, Lewis viewed his arrival at UM as a chance to succeed. “Everything that’s around me presents opportunity, a chance to help my family,” Lewis recalled telling himself. Read the full story
Posted on 12 April 2013
From left: Provost Thomas J. LeBlanc, outgoing SG President Nawara Alawa, newly elected SG President Bhumi Patel, and Coral Gables Mayor Jim Cason.
Pledging to be “visible and open,” Bhumi Patel, the newly elected president of the University of Miami’s Student Government, was sworn in, along with other SG Executive Board members, on April 3 during a ceremony held inside the BankUnited Center’s Hurricane 100 Room. The 2013-14 Executive Board members include: Read the full story
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Posted on 18 October 2012
Sebastian led the crowd in several ’Canes cheers and students sang out, “It’s great to be a Miami Hurricane.” From left, in Iron Arrow jackets, are Student Government President Nawara Alawa, President Shalala, and Vice President for Student Affairs Pat Whitely.
It adorns everything from letterhead and T-shirts to the helmets worn by the school’s football players. Now the University of Miami’s iconic symbol—the green and orange split U—can be found in one of the most popular locations on campus. Read the full story
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