Articles by: Cristina Jaramillo

Dance marathon raises more than $94,000 to help sick children

Dance marathon raises more than $94,000 to help sick children

Roarthon is more than a 17-hour dance marathon. It’s also an FIU tradition and a year-long fundraising organization that raises […]

FIU celebrates outstanding students at annual award ceremony

FIU celebrates outstanding students at annual award ceremony

Published researchers, disability advocates and passionate leaders are all among FIU’s best and brightest. The Division of Academic & Student […]

Kiwi, FIU’s mental health spokesperson, has a message for you

Kiwi, FIU’s mental health spokesperson, has a message for you

Date of birth: April 4 Zodiac Sign: Aries Nationality: A galaxy far, far, away Total Instagram followers: 4,000 Chances are […]

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Students discuss sexual assault in the LGBTQ community

    According to the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, 73 percent of LGBTQ-identified college students experience sexual harassment […]

Relay for Life 2019

FIU raises more than $100,000 for cancer research

Cancer is a disease we are all way too familiar with. As the second leading cause of death in the […]

Holocaust survivor to share his experience

Holocaust survivor to share his experience

FIU’s Holocaust and Genocide Studies Program, together with Hillel at FIU, plans to raise awareness and understanding about the atrocities […]

Annual MLK commemorative breakfast to feature Donovan Livingston

Annual MLK commemorative breakfast to feature Donovan Livingston

The Department of Multicultural Programs and Services is honoring the memory of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a month-long […]

New tradition honors veteran graduates

New tradition honors veteran graduates

  FIU’s Office of Veteran and Military Affairs held its first Graduating Veterans Recognition Ceremony in December. Surrounded by families and […]

Aqua Foundation scholarship awardees: (Back row) Pamela Lopez , Bobbi Sade, and Charisse Mellison (Front row)  Alyssa Pepio, Chelsea Cosner, Carter Casio. Not photographed: Kelly Rojas and Cathy Ng.

FIU students sweep LGBT scholarships

What do eight FIU students studying various majors — including hospitality and tourism, biomedical engineering, women’s and gender/queer studies and […]

Top tips to succeed as a first generation student

Top tips to succeed as a first generation student

If you’re a first generation student, you are not alone. About 50 percent of FIU students are the first in […]

Food insecurity is a reality at FIU

Food insecurity is a reality at FIU

The holiday season is the perfect time to give back and pay it forward, but it’s not the only time […]

Everything you need to get election-ready

Everything you need to get election-ready

Did you know early voting for the 2018 midterm elections starts this week? How about that FIU MMC is an […]

Jefferson Noel, Student Government Association President for Biscayne Bay Campus

5 questions with the SGA president at BBC

Born in Miami to Haitian parents, Jefferson Noel is the current student body president at Biscayne Bay Campus. He is […]

5 questions with the SGA president at MMC

5 questions with the SGA president at MMC

The youngest sibling of a close-knit Cuban-American family, Sabrina Rosell is a political science major and the current student body […]

MLK scholarship opportunities available

MLK scholarship opportunities available

FIU’s Department of Multicultural Programs and Services is currently accepting entries and nominations for the 2019 MLK Essay Scholarship, MLK Peace […]