Campus Life


New campus services satisfy all your retail needs New campus services satisfy all your retail needs

Time is a rare commodity for the FIU community. Marathon study sessions, grading dozens of essays and implementing new initiatives leave […] Read More »


In the World


National Institutes of Health hosts FIU to explore employment partnerships National Institutes of Health hosts FIU to explore employment partnerships

On Thursday, Aug. 18, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) hosted FIU leaders for a day-long series of meetings to explore internship, employment […] Read More »


Science & Health


Despite setbacks, students’ satellite destined for space Despite setbacks, students’ satellite destined for space

A team of mechanical engineering students designed and created a satellite that won a NASA-sponsored competition, and as a result, […] Read More »


Sports


Fall sports teams kick off at home against big-name opponents Fall sports teams kick off at home against big-name opponents

With the fall semester right around the corner, there is plenty to be excited about when it comes to FIU […] Read More »


Arts & Culture


Music student in Disney’s Royal Welcome Show Aug. 11 Music student in Disney’s Royal Welcome Show Aug. 11

By Michelle Vires Nadya Borno, a vocal performance student in her junior year, will be playing a principal character in […] Read More »

Other News

An optical phenomenon known as a sun dog or halo, which is produced by light interacting with suspended ice crystals in the atmosphere, appears off Coast Guard Cutter Healy's port bow at the North Pole Sept. 5, 2015. Healy is underway in the Arctic Ocean in support of the National Science Foundation-funded Arctic GEOTRACES, part of an international effort to study the distribution of trace elements in the world's oceans. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Cory J. Mendenhall)

Journey to the top of the world: FIU in the Arctic

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Henry Artigues, Ethan Starkey, Larissa Ramos, Helen Cornely, Mark Macgowan from FIU at the NIH headquarters

National Institutes of Health hosts FIU to explore employment partnerships

On Thursday, Aug. 18, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) hosted FIU leaders for a day-long series of meetings to explore internship, employment […]

08/25/2016 × 1
New campus services satisfy all your retail needs

New campus services satisfy all your retail needs

Time is a rare commodity for the FIU community. Marathon study sessions, grading dozens of essays and implementing new initiatives leave […]

08/25/2016 × 1
Dr. Tansel and Shinde examine CubeSAT component with team members

Despite setbacks, students’ satellite destined for space

A team of mechanical engineering students designed and created a satellite that won a NASA-sponsored competition, and as a result, […]

08/25/2016 × 1
Tropical weather update

Tropical weather update

As we enter the most active part of hurricane season, FIU emergency managers are monitoring the tropics and paying attention […]

08/24/2016 × 1
My internship at the Department of Labor

My internship at the Department of Labor

Name: Bryan Benitez Year and major: Senior, criminal justice major, Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs Hometown: Miami Where you […]

08/24/2016 × 1
Top NYC executives offer guidance to visiting students

Top NYC executives offer guidance to visiting students

When it comes to business, New York City is where the world meets. Global headquarters, stock exchanges, big banks and […]

08/24/2016 × 1
FIYou: Chaim Lieberperson

FIYou: Chaim Lieberperson

Name: Chaim Lieberperson Hometown: Spring Valley, New York Job Title: Museum Educator, Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU, on Miami Beach In […]

08/23/2016 × 1
My summer semester at sea

My summer semester at sea

This article is part of our Summer Sojourns 2016 series highlighting the summer adventures of FIU students. Luis A. Ibarra, a […]

08/23/2016 × 1
All of us cleaning up microplastic and trash.

Our trip to help clean up Curacao

By Stephanie Martinez, junior business administration and finance major Bon bini na Korsou! Or Welcome to Curacao! This Alternative Break […]

08/22/2016 × 1
Register to vote at student government sponsored events

Register to vote at student government sponsored events

The Fall courseload demands great attention and focus. But one thing students shouldn’t neglect when juggling their academic responsibilities is their […]

08/22/2016 × 1
A cargo ship in the Panama Canal passes through volcanic rocks that helped form the Isthmus of Panama.

Credit: Aaron O'Dea

Geologist challenges age of land bridge connecting Americas

Despite the belief that the strip of land connecting North and South America is older than dirt, it is actually quite […]

08/22/2016 × 2
President Rosenberg’s fall 2016 welcome back message

President Rosenberg’s fall 2016 welcome back message

President Mark B. Rosenberg sent the following message to the FIU community on Aug. 22, 2016: Dear FIU family, Welcome […]

08/22/2016 × 1
Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson (center) speaks to supporters before his town hall event at FIU.

Libertarian presidential candidate holds town hall on campus

  Kurk Anton isn’t happy with the main choices in this year’s presidential election. The senior communication arts major says […]

08/18/2016 × 1
My summer mission trip to New Orleans

My summer mission trip to New Orleans

This article is part of our Summer Sojourns 2016 series highlighting the summer adventures of FIU students. Earlier this summer, […]

08/18/2016 × 1
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