YOU doing The U!
UCanes.com is designed by Canes fans for Canes fans doing The U!
To upload your photo, simply visit the appropriate page and add a photo!
- The Most Interesting Man in the World throws up The U
- Stadium Voice of the Hurricanes Jay Rokeach throws up the U at Notre Dame
- UM alumnus and now Olympic Silver Medalist Sam Dorman throws up the U!
- Mad Money’s Jim Cramer Throws Up The U
- Miami Hurricane Lauryn Williams wins Silver Medal in 2014 Winter Olympics
It’s not an official sporting event until somebody throws up the U! Miami Hurricane Sam Dorman teamed up with Michael Hixon to win a silver medal in the synchronized 3-meter springboard event at the 2016 Olympic Games on Wednesday, August 10, 2016.
Jim Cramer from CNBC’s Mad Money throws up The U with Athletic Director Blake James during a break in the 2015 NIT Tournament.
University of Miami’s Lauryn Williams makes Olympic history by becoming only the 5th athlete to medal in a Winter and Summer Games. During a post-race interview, Lauryn throws up the U for NBC 6 South Florida.
View of the new locker room at the Schwartz Center for Athletic Excellence
Congratulations to all of the 2013 University of Miami graduates!
Photo courtesy of University of Miami School of Business Administration Facebook page. See more photos here.
The _ invented WINNING! Congrats to our SoC advertising students and Professors Alyse Lancaster and Meryl Blau on taking FIRST PLACE in districts for the National Student Advertising Competition. They will be advancing to nationals in Phoenix, and we wish them the best of luck, although they probably don’t need it!
-Courtesy of UM School of Communication Facebook Page
Head Basketball Coach Jim Larranaga sends a video thank you to all Miami Hurricane fans who cheered the team as they upset No. 13 Michigan State by the score 67-59 on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at the BankUnited Center.
Miami Herald article HERE.
Stories of U is a University of Miami Alumni Association campaign celebrating the individual and collective experiences of our alumni, their family, and their friends.
To share your story, visit www.StoriesOfU.com or contact:
Benjamin Leis, B.S.C. ’04
Development Director, Alumni Relations
Office: (305) 284-3453