Articles by: Martin Haro

Got pics? Share your FIU football memories in time for the home opener

Got pics? Share your FIU football memories in time for the home opener

Alright, Panthers: We know you like to take your pics – so it’s time to share ’em. We really want […]

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Chocolate-loving family cooks up a sweet international business

Chocolate-loving family cooks up a sweet international business

Chocolate has an appeal that’s simply irresistible – just like love. For one blue-and-gold family, these two ingredients are one […]

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What it means to be an alumnus

What it means to be an alumnus

FIU Magazine’s former associate editor and FIU alumnus Martin Haro ’05 looks back on his time as a Panther. When […]

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Todd Murray won an Emmy Award for his work on the Does HIV Look Like Me? campaign.

Advocate of HIV-positive youth to speak at BBC Nov. 30

With World AIDS Day coming Saturday, Dec. 1, the university has put together a program for Friday, Nov. 30, that […]

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Rockin’ the holiday spirit

Rockin’ the holiday spirit

Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, the boys of the made-at-FIU band Rezolution took to the GC Pit on Nov. 26 to […]

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Photo courtesy of bhotelsandresorts.com.

Snap and win: The Wolfsonian-FIU sponsors photography contest

Like photography? Then you are going to love this: The Wolfsonian-FIU and the new b2 miami downtown hotel opening early […]

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Join the Wolfsonian-FIU Visionaries for a benefit evening Nov. 10

Join the Wolfsonian-FIU Visionaries for a benefit evening Nov. 10

The Wolfsonian-FIU Visionaries are at it again. The group of alumni, artists and art aficionados will host its third fundraiser […]

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From FIU to the French Riviera, DJ Irie brings the heat to the clubs

From FIU to the French Riviera, DJ Irie brings the heat to the clubs

Since 1999, Ian Grocher ’99, a.k.a. DJ Irie, has been pumping up crowds for the Miami Heat and at clubs […]

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Meet Rezolution, an up-and-coming made-at-FIU pop band

Meet Rezolution, an up-and-coming made-at-FIU pop band

For the last couple of years, the quartet has been been making a name for itself on and off campus. […]

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Winter 2012-13 Class Notes

Winter 2012-13 Class Notes

Gold designates Alumni Association members. Submit your own class note for the next issue of FIU Magazine here. Skip to decade: 1970s […]

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Law clinics improve community life, serve as teaching tool, Pt. 2

Law clinics improve community life, serve as teaching tool, Pt. 2

Eight law clinics are currently operating within the College of Law at FIU. There, law students are not only gaining […]

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Law clinics improve community life, serve as teaching tool, Pt. 1

Law clinics improve community life, serve as teaching tool, Pt. 1

Eight law clinics are currently operating within the College of Law at FIU. There, law students are not only gaining […]

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SJMC to host first of the emerging power of Hispanic media Oct. 18

SJMC to host first of the emerging power of Hispanic media Oct. 18

The School of Journalism and Mass Communication at FIU is hosting the daylong Hispanics and the Media: The Emerging Power […]

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Nursing student Laura Sanchez was among the Panthers at the luncheon who expressed a "sincere gratitude on behalf of all FIU students who have been awarded the First Generation Scholarship." Sanchez grew up with her grandmother Joaquina Alonso, who said she was proud of her grandaughter – and that she thought it was "wonderful that FIU supports its students with opportunities such as First Gen." Here, they are joined by FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg. Photo: Roldan Torres '85.

DreamMakers Luncheon raises more than $187,000 for First Gen scholarships

The total impact of the Oct. 4 FIU President’s Council fundraiser at the Coral Gables Country Club, with state match, […]

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F. Douglass Schatz, "Crown," 2003. Painted steel, 156" x 108" x 108".

Real steel on campus

You may have noticed the trucks and crane that assisted 10 striking sculptures moving into their new temporary home in […]

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