Articles by: Joel Delgado

Volunteers expand preserve’s pollinator gardens for Earth Day

Volunteers expand preserve’s pollinator gardens for Earth Day

  In celebration of Earth Day, the FIU community came together for several different events to help make the university […]

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Josue D. Sakata graduated from FIU in 1998 with a degree in print journalism.

Alumnus helps Boston schools adopt a new world map

  Boston Public Schools recently made headlines around the globe by introducing a different style of map, called the Gall-Peters […]

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U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos met with university leaders during her visit to FIU on April 6.

Betsy DeVos meets with students, faculty during FIU visit

  U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos visited FIU April 6 to meet with administrators, faculty and students and learn […]

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Football stadium gets new name: Riccardo Silva Stadium

Football stadium gets new name: Riccardo Silva Stadium

  FIU’s football stadium has a new name. FIU Athletics alongside Riccardo Silva announced the renaming of FIU Stadium, which […]

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March 2017 in photos: Match Day, prosthetics and beating Miami

March 2017 in photos: Match Day, prosthetics and beating Miami

The madness of March has come to a close and we are one step closer to the end of the […]

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5 tips for establishing healthy habits that last

5 tips for establishing healthy habits that last

When it comes to developing better habits – in the classroom, the workplace or in life – you probably already […]

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Student club fosters passion for gardening

Student club fosters passion for gardening

  Alana Rodriguez’s story is a familiar one. She moved to New York after high school to study psychology and […]

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Introduced: Ricardo Salafia ’18

Introduced: Ricardo Salafia ’18

With more than 54,000 students at FIU, there is no shortage of cool characters with interesting stories. The problem is, who […]

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TEDxFIU: Mutant mosquitoes hold key to life-saving perfume

TEDxFIU: Mutant mosquitoes hold key to life-saving perfume

Matthew DeGennaro is determined to stop the world’s deadliest animal. Accounting for as many as 725,000 deaths worldwide every year, […]

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Baseball stuns Hurricanes again with walk-off win

Baseball stuns Hurricanes again with walk-off win

  Bottom of the ninth. Tie game. Potential game-winning run on second base. It’s the stuff rivalries are made of, […]

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Baseball crushes University of Miami in Coral Gables

Baseball crushes University of Miami in Coral Gables

  It’s been nine years since FIU and the University of Miami squared off on the baseball diamond during the […]

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Center for Leadership earns high praise for leadership development programs

Center for Leadership earns high praise for leadership development programs

When it comes to developing leaders, FIU is among the best universities in the country. In February, the Center for […]

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Housing experts address Miami’s housing crunch

Housing experts address Miami’s housing crunch

The struggle to find an affordable home in Miami is real. A recent Miami Herald report highlighted the city’s mid-market […]

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FIU in DC: Students, faculty and alumni are making a mark in the nation’s capital

FIU in DC: Students, faculty and alumni are making a mark in the nation’s capital

Jump to interactive content: Explore Panthers’ reach across D.C. Darren Martin didn’t know how cold it could get in Washington, D.C. […]

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Alumnae vocalists return to campus for special Panther Alumni Week concert

Alumnae vocalists return to campus for special Panther Alumni Week concert

Sarah Payne ’14 and Laura Martinez Leon ’15 are living a dream many young opera singers only hope to experience. […]

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