Malaika handbooks from the 1970s-1980s listing resources and organizations by and for the Black students and faculty of the University of Miami.
Arts & Sciences has been published by the College of Arts & Sciences at the University of Miami since 1998 to highlight the College's activities and the achievements of its faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
The Carrell: Journal of the Friends of the University of Miami Library was published from 1960 to 1996 to promote Richter Library and its notable special collections. It featured articles, poetry, and artwork by a range of contributors including Clark Mixon Emery , Theodore Bolton, Charlton Tebeau and many others. The entire run of the journal was digitized in 2012 to commemorate Richter’s golden anniversary.
The Frost School of Music hosts a diverse group of community artists in its performance halls, including the Greater Miami Civic Chorale, and the Miami Symphony Orchestra. This archive features recordings by these and other guest artists. Access is restricted to UM campus.
The Frost Digital Concert Archive, a joint project of the Frost School of Music and the University of Miami Libraries, features recordings of concerts and recitals presented by faculty and students at the Frost School of Music. Access is restricted to UM campus.
The IBIS yearbook has been published annually since 1927. Yearbooks from 1927 through 1959 have been digitized and are available online.
The full-text of the University of Miami's student newspaper, The Miami Hurricane, has been digitized from 1927 through 2015. The paper was published under the title University News from 1927 to 1929. The archived student newspaper represents an important historical record of campus life and student activity. You can search the entire contents by date, year, decade and keyword.
Photographs, slides, and negatives documenting the history of the Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science, including images from the RSMAS Alumni Scrapbook Collection.
Plans, renderings, drawings, blueprints, personal papers, photographs, and ephemera relevant to the study of architecture and the History of the School of Architecture.
Magazine for the University of Miami’s Phillip and Patricia Frost School of Music, providing news and updates, including accomplishments of alumni, faculty, staff, and students.
Tempo, a University of Miami student magazine published from October 1949 through April 1971, features articles and photographs by student journalists about University events, activities, trends, and personalities.
The University Archives has digitized a selection of blueprints and drawings by Architect Phineas Paist and Artist Denman Fink from the original proposal of the new University of Miami campus in 1926.
Programs from the commencement ceremonies held by the schools and departments at the University of Miami from 1927 through spring 2016.
Enjoy browsing almost 500 images of UM administrators, deans, faculty and Presidents.
Enjoy browsing almost 450 images of UM alumni and other support organizations.
Enjoy browsing almost 800 photographs on athletics from baseball to football to tennis.
Enjoy browsing over 2,300 exterior and interior photographs of the UM buildings and grounds, including aerial views of the campuses and architectural drawings.
Enjoy browsing over 1000 images of University of Miami colleges, institutions and schools.
Enjoy browsing almost 2000 images of university-wide events, such as commencements, homecoming, and other special programs.
Enjoy browsing over 50 non-University of Miami, but interesting historical pictures from the collection.
Enjoy browsing 100 images of UM service organizations.
Enjoy browsing over 800 photographs of student organizations and activities. Please note that we placed intermural sports pictures here, not in the Athletics series.
Enjoy browsing over 200 photographs of UM students.
Fact books produced by the University of Miami Office of Planning, Institutional Research, and Assessment (PIRA) from 1972-2016.
Veritas, the newsletter for University of Miami faculty and staff, was produced by University Communications in print format from 1960 to 2008, and features university-related news, faculty profiles, event listings, and athletic programs.