Articles by: Clara-Meretan Kiah

Changes ease parking struggle

Changes ease parking struggle

Parking at FIU is often considered a fate worse than death, but fear not, because help is on the way […]

New license plate strengthens Panther pride

New license plate strengthens Panther pride

After more than 10 years, a new FIU license plate is now available through the Florida Department of Highway Safety […]

In FIU speech, Clinton calls for end to Cuba embargo

In FIU speech, Clinton calls for end to Cuba embargo

By Clara-Meretan Kiah In a visit to FIU that gained the university national attention July 31, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham […]

High schools students explored the construction taking place at the junction of FL-826 and FL-836.

Transportation camp spurs aspiring civil engineers

A California bridge that earned an “A” rating just last year from the Federal Highway Administration collapsed last week after heavy […]

Students presented their research to a group of peers and faculty at the 2014 McNair Conference.

McNair Conference highlights undergraduate research

University faculty and advisors agree: One of the most important ways for a student boost an application to graduate school for […]

Lady Liberty unveiled at FIU naturalization ceremony

Lady Liberty unveiled at FIU naturalization ceremony

Following Independence Day celebrations over the weekend, 10 people, including two FIU students, became citizens at FIU’s first naturalization ceremony […]

FIU Police offer supervised Craigslist purchases

FIU Police offer supervised Craigslist purchases

Baritone player Armando Velez, a senior majoring in business management, is in the market for a new horn. But as […]

William Solis takes inventory of new donations at the MMC food pantry.

MMC food pantry serves students in need

Graduate student William Solis spends his Tuesdays and Wednesdays restocking the shelves of a food pantry in DM for his fellow […]

High school students test engineering skills at Wall of Wind challenge

High school students test engineering skills at Wall of Wind challenge

Aspiring engineers from nine Miami-Dade high schools put their design and problem-solving skills to the test last week at FIU’s […]

Engineering alumnus to research heart valves at Harvard Medical School

Engineering alumnus to research heart valves at Harvard Medical School

In an uncommon partnership, but one that is growing in popularity in the medical research field, biomedical engineering alumnus Manuel Salinas […]

Energy forum teaches kids importance of sustainability

Energy forum teaches kids importance of sustainability

Forty first graders from Redondo Elementary stand in the Kovens Conference Center, turning from side to side with their arms […]

Mobile app links families with shelter animals

Mobile app links families with shelter animals

An app designed by four FIU students aims to connect would-be pet owners with the perfect furry friend. Pttr is a […]

International Business Honors Society students devise a plan to help grow economy in Tortuguero

Business students help tourist town compete with big resorts in Costa Rica

In an unorthodox, but rewarding, Alternative Breaks trip, 11 members of the International Business Honors Society travelled to Costa Rica during […]

Left to right: Tamika Duffus, Sasha Espinola, Boris Gilles, Ramon Rodriguez Parades, Kirby Brennan

And the 2015 Student Employee of the Year is…

Student-employees comprise about one-third of the university’s workforce, and more than 160 of them were nominated for the 2015 Student […]

Summer camps offer youth a university experience

Summer camps offer youth a university experience

Looking for an engaging and educational way for your child to spend the summer? Look no further. FIU will host a […]