1990:

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

1991:

UM joins Big East conference

The J.L. Knight Physics Building is dedicated

1992:

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

1993:

First professional Masters of Architecture degree awarded

1995:

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

1996:

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

George A. Smathers Wellness Center opens

1998:

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

1999:

UM Baseball Team wins its third College World Series national championship

Cobb Stadium for Soccer, Track and Field dedicated