Articles by: Clara-Meretan Kiah

Is a backpacking trip right for you?

Is a backpacking trip right for you?

Do you have wanderlust? Are you itching to venture off the beaten path, and maybe save some money on your […]

Two decades later, Chaplins continue to serve, support students

Two decades later, Chaplins continue to serve, support students

What happens when you put hospitality management students in a room with their benefactors? A candid, insightful conversation covering everything […]

Students: Submit an original burger recipe for a chance at $10,000

Students: Submit an original burger recipe for a chance at $10,000

Is it bun-salad-cheese-patty-bun? Or is it bun-salad-patty-cheese-bun? In Miami burgers come stacked with shoestring fries on a chorizo patty. But while […]

5 reasons to work the Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival

5 reasons to work the Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival

One of the nation’s most popular wine and food festivals is calling all FIU students to help make it happen. […]

Tree preservation plan helped campus landscaping survive Hurricane Irma

Tree preservation plan helped campus landscaping survive Hurricane Irma

FIU is on its way to making a full recovery following Hurricane Irma, starting with reviving the beauty of campus […]

President Rosenberg sends message to FIU community following Hurricane Irma: ‘Together we rise’

President Rosenberg sends message to FIU community following Hurricane Irma: ‘Together we rise’

President Mark B. Rosenberg sent the following message welcoming the FIU community back to campus after Hurricane Irma and discussing […]

Recovery is well under way at FIU following Hurricane Irma.

Post-Hurricane Irma Update #7: Classes to resume Monday, Sept. 18, 2017

Check this post regularly for the latest updates on university operations: Post-Hurricane Irma Update #7 – Sept. 15, 2017 We […]

Provost Furton on student and faculty assignments following Hurricane Irma

Provost Furton on student and faculty assignments following Hurricane Irma

Provost Kenneth G. Furton sent the following message to students and faculty regarding assignments following Hurricane Irma on Sept. 11, […]

Hurricane Irma Update #2: Classes canceled as of 11 p.m. tonight; FIU closed starting on Thursday

Hurricane Irma Update #2: Classes canceled as of 11 p.m. tonight; FIU closed starting on Thursday

Dear members of the university community, There is a strong likelihood that South Florida will be impacted by Hurricane Irma […]

Advocating for America’s parks

Advocating for America’s parks

For FIU Magazine Jacqueline Crucet MPA ’16 looks over the railing of a pontoon boat meandering past the mangrove-lined shores […]

Building robots to protect the planet

Building robots to protect the planet

Video by Doug Garland ’10 For decades, the United States has faced the world’s largest and costliest environmental cleanup project: […]

Stay on track to graduate with MyMajor map

Stay on track to graduate with MyMajor map

Did you know there’s a resource available online that helps you stay on track to graduate in four years? FIU […]

Got my first job! Working for FIU External Relations

Got my first job! Working for FIU External Relations

In this series, recent grads share their journey to landing that first job out of college. After years of studying […]

The R+J Effect: Altering tragic fates through theatre

The R+J Effect: Altering tragic fates through theatre

“Grieving parents fight gun violence.” “Gun violence takes bloody toll on inner-city kids.” “Shootings of kids on the rise.” “Shooting […]

When disaster strikes: A new program prepares students to respond to catastrophes worldwide

When disaster strikes: A new program prepares students to respond to catastrophes worldwide

Lieutenant Steven Castell MA ’16 was just weeks into a new job when Hurricane Matthew brewed over the Atlantic Ocean. […]