Articles by: Karen Cochrane

In celebration of wine and cheese

In celebration of wine and cheese

The dog days of summer have us suffering from SOBEWFF® withdrawal. Fascinating foodies. Adventurous culinary pairings. We want it all, […]

Coach Horner (in kayak) provided support for Peretti throughout her swim, providing support and hydration.

Record-breaking performance in Swim Around Key West

Go big or go home. That’s what Oceane Peretti did June 16 in winning the 42nd Annual Swim Around Key West, […]

NTSB releases preliminary report on 8th Street bridge accident

NTSB releases preliminary report on 8th Street bridge accident

A construction crew was working on re-tensioning one of the diagonal members connecting the canopy and the deck at the […]

The FIU delegation's itinerary.

President Rosenberg blogs from China: After graduations? More graduations!

This is President Rosenberg’s ninth annual blog chronicling the TUC-FIU partnership, the annual China Commencement and our students in China. […]

By Eduardo Merille

Pedestrian Bridge FAQ

NTSB INVESTIGATION Who is conducting the investigation? When will we know what happened? The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is […]

Real-world training for students covering March for Our Lives events

Real-world training for students covering March for Our Lives events

Journalism students from the School of Communication + Journalism will gain invaluable real-world experience March 24 as they cover the […]

All garages open on Monday, March 19

All garages open on Monday, March 19

The university community should be advised that ALL garages on the Modesto A. Maidique Campus with the exception of Lot […]

Counseling resources available for those affected by bridge collapse

Counseling resources available for those affected by bridge collapse

Support is available for individuals affected by the bridge collapse: Students Counseling resources for students are available through Counseling and […]

Pop-up art appears on campus

Pop-up art appears on campus

They’ve sparked almost as much discussion as who wore what to the Oscars (and who won the jet ski), and […]

Inspiration for the history that’s still to be made

Inspiration for the history that’s still to be made

FIU is celebrating Women’s History Month the best way we know how — by inviting all women to participate in […]

Tomás R. Guilarte

Stempel College dean honored for his work in toxicology

Tomás R. Guilarte, dean of the Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work and professor in the Department […]

Jump-start your career at March 3 conference

Jump-start your career at March 3 conference

If you’re a senior or recent FIU graduate, you’re probably living this universal truth: Adulting can be hard. The folks […]

SOBEWFF® gets under way next week, tickets still available to select events

SOBEWFF® gets under way next week, tickets still available to select events

The 17th annual Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival kicks off Feb. 21st, and tickets […]

Left to right: Mel Dick, Chef Jose Andre, Lee Brian Schrager

A conversation with SOBEWFF® visionary Lee Brian Schrager

FIU News sat down with Lee Brian Schrager, founder and director of the Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach […]

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FIU community proves resilient in the face of adversity

FIU community proves resilient in the face of adversity

From the editor As I write this, the hurricane season of 2017 is winding down—and what a season it was. […]

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