Arts & Culture

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 […]

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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Professor Ernst Borinski teaching in the Social Science Lab, Tougaloo College, MS, ca. 1960. Photo courtesy of Mississippi Department of Archives and History.

Exhibit takes viewers ‘Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow’

By the time World War II began in 1939, Germany had purged itself of its Jewish professors, scientists and scholars. […]

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FIU alumnus composes film score for latest Liam Neeson film

FIU alumnus composes film score for latest Liam Neeson film

Have you ever thought about doing film music? FIU alumnus and award-winning music composer Carlos Rafael Rivera ’96 had always […]

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From Miami to China: the soul of an artist

From Miami to China: the soul of an artist

Fine arts major Nathalie Alfonso, 26, has an ongoing interest in creating community among artists. She believes that sharing with […]

Saudi Arabian scholars take part in interfaith human rights, ethics symposium

Saudi Arabian scholars take part in interfaith human rights, ethics symposium

The Department of Religious Studies welcomed 15 Saudi Arabian scholars to FIU last week to participate in “The First Symposium: Religions, […]

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Physicist ignites big bang in fashion industry

Physicist ignites big bang in fashion industry

When Fiorella Terenzi transformed a Milan fashion show into an astronomical marvel, she did not anticipate the impact it would […]

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‘Catherine’s Wheel’ to debut at FIU this weekend

‘Catherine’s Wheel’ to debut at FIU this weekend

FIU’s summer Alternative Theatre Festival is in full swing. This week, Thursday through Saturday, Catherine’s Wheel continues at the Wertheim Performing […]

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Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU cooks up recipe contest

Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU cooks up recipe contest

Amateur cooks with original recipes for gefilte fish, homemade pickles or rugelach have a chance to test their culinary prowess […]

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Frost to exhibit Cuban and Chinese artists

Frost to exhibit Cuban and Chinese artists

The Frost Art Museum brings the work of internationally renowned contemporary artists to its galleries this summer — among them […]

From vision to reality, interior architecture alumna shares creative process

From vision to reality, interior architecture alumna shares creative process

From South Beach and Singapore to Moscow and Mumbai, FIU alumna Ruby Ramirez has worked on interior architecture projects for […]

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