UM Hurricanes win third football national championship

Family of Charles Cobb, the former UM Chairman of the Board donates Cobb Fountain in Lake Osceola; fountain serves to improve the water quality as well as beautify the campus

Capital Campaign ends; raises a record $517.5 million for buildings, scholarships and endowments


UM joins Big East conference

The J.L. Knight Physics Building is dedicated


Miami Football team beats Nebraska to with 4th national championship

Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center is dedicated at the School of Medicine

Hurricane Andrew strikes Miami and heavily damages campus; 5,000 students and parents temporarily stranded on campus

Gino Toretta becomes UMís second Heisman Trophy winner

UM Footballís 58-game winning streak in the Orange Bowl comes to an end


First professional Masters of Architecture degree awarded


Renovation of the Beaumont Cinema, funded by a combination of UM funds, grants and donations; theater renamed Cosford Cinema in honor of Bill Cosford, former Miami Herald critic and UM adjunct professor


The Miami Hurricane, the student newspaper, goes online to bring student work to a larger audience

George A. Smathers Wellness Center opens


US News & World Report ranks UM one of the nationís top 10 universities for diversity


UM Baseball Team wins its third College World Series national championship

Cobb Stadium for Soccer, Track and Field dedicated