Arts & Culture

Student pens children’s Christmas story

Student pens children’s Christmas story

Senior English major Steve Cochran II published a Christmas-themed children’s novel earlier this month, the first volume of his planned […]

TEDxFIU: How to write a story

TEDxFIU: How to write a story

John Dufresne is the author of five novels, two of which were New York Times Notable Books of the Year, two short story collections […]

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College of Education alumna Naylet LaRochelle competes on Food Network's "Holiday Baking Championship." Photo courtesy of Food Network.

Education alumna shines in Food Network’s holiday baking contest

We recently caught up with College of Education alumna Naylet LaRochelle. The mother of three and Miami-Dade Public Schools psychologist […]

Master of Art Education exhibition displays art with a personal touch

Master of Art Education exhibition displays art with a personal touch

For any student, walking in the upcoming Commencement ceremonies will be reason enough to cheer. But the four Master of […]

Annik Adey-Babinski plays one of her poetry karaoke videos at the first O, Miami Poetry Karaoke Night in April 2014.

Creative writing student earns best new poet accolade

FIU graduate student Annik Adey-Babinski is living her dream of studying and writing poetry in a serious way. She is […]

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Pianist Enrique Chia to headline 10th annual Classically Cuban concert at FIU

Pianist Enrique Chia to headline 10th annual Classically Cuban concert at FIU

Cuban pianist Enrique Chía will headline this year’s Classically Cuban: Musical Memories of Cuba concert presented by FIU’s University’s Cuban […]

Time’s running out to submit Transformation Contest entries

Time’s running out to submit Transformation Contest entries

[We've extended the deadline to receive contest entries to Feb. 16!] Only a few weeks are left for undergraduate students […]

5 questions with New York Times Best-selling author Robert Edsel

5 questions with New York Times Best-selling author Robert Edsel

New York Times best-selling author Robert Edsel never thought he’d write a book, let alone work with George Clooney on […]

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Washington Post executive editor discusses future of journalism at FIU

Washington Post executive editor discusses future of journalism at FIU

More than 300 students, faculty and community members packed into the Wolfe Center Ballroom Nov. 21 to listen to the […]

Alumnus’ crime novel completed five years after his death

Alumnus’ crime novel completed five years after his death

Jack Vaughn’s old friend Cal has gone missing. His vintage Cadillac has been pulled out of a South Florida canal. […]

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Study abroad artwork showcased in Graham Center

Study abroad artwork showcased in Graham Center

This summer Eliane Pinillos braved dehydration and sickness to scale the Great Wall of China looking for the perfect scene […]

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Walk on Water celebrates 25th anniversary

Walk on Water celebrates 25th anniversary

In 1989, College of Architecture + the Arts Professor Jaime Canaves challenged his students to walk on water as a […]

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Jordana Pomeroy tapped to head FIU’s Frost Art Museum

Jordana Pomeroy tapped to head FIU’s Frost Art Museum

Noted art historian Jordana Pomeroy has been named the new director of the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU. […]

Spanish songwriters workshop open to FIU students

Spanish songwriters workshop open to FIU students

Have you got music in your soul? A song in your heart? An unquenchable desire to bring your music to […]

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Courtesy of Wynwood Greenhouse Park.

Professors Roberto Rovira and Nick Gelpi win first place in Wynwood competition

FIU Landscape Architecture + Environmental and Urban Design Chair Roberto Rovira, Assistant Professor of Architecture Nick Gelpi and Jim Drain […]

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