Articles by: Sissi Garland

Wisdom of the Andes

Wisdom of the Andes

With the co-sponsorship of LACC, SIPA and the Honors College, students can experience the rich and expressive culture of indigenous Ecuador […]

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Symphony of the Sea

FIU Music presents “The Deep Seascape: The Sonic Sea,” an acoustic performance that recreates the audio world 200 feet under […]

Journey’s End

Journey’s End

Sculpted by artist Ilan Averbuch in 1985, ‘Journey’s End’, made of granite and wood, intrigues visitors to the Wertheim Performing Arts Center […]

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Hideaway

Hideaway

Tucked away behind The Frost and surrounded by beautiful lush foliage, this gazebo beckons students to study or simply meditate.

FIYou profile: Mercedes Garces

FIYou profile: Mercedes Garces

Name: Mercedes Garces Hometown: Ecuador Job Title/Department: Custodial worker in Primera Casa Campus: University Park In a nutshell: My job […]

Domino Effect

Domino Effect

    On a recent afternoon, the clatter of domino tiles greeted lunchtime visitors to the Graham Center at University […]

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Brothers to the Rescue pilots remembered

Brothers to the Rescue pilots remembered

Supporters and family members of the Brothers to the Rescue pilots shot down 13 years ago gathered Tuesday around UP’s […]

FIU journalism students create innovative video series on HIV/AIDS

Since the presence of HIV/AIDS was first recorded more than 20 years ago, the news media have played a key […]

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Lost in a book

Lost in a book

Luis Cruz, majoring in finance, enjoys his book and the shade at a University Park picnic table on a sunny […]

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Office Depot Student Center

Office Depot Student Center

The Office Depot Student Center, the focal point of the College of Business Administration’s building complex, provides a study area […]

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It’s a turtle’s life

It’s a turtle’s life

      A family of turtles wades through the water in a lake near Dexieme Maison at University Park.

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NAACP turns 100

NAACP turns 100

Fritzline César, a biomedical-engineering major, celebrates the NAACP’s centennial by informing students at UP’s Graham Center about the organization’s history […]

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From sharecroppers to doctorates

The “Five Women” exhibit on display now through March 20 in the Green Library at UP chronicles the lives of four […]

Brr – It’s chilly again

Brr – It’s chilly again

With windy, Arctic cold dropping the mercury to 40 degrees, students at University Park bundle up in jackets and scarves […]

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Jam session

Jam session

Cory Sasloglou, a psychology major, and Damian Trujillo, a criminal justice major, test their new instruments during a lunchtime jam […]