Articles by: Morgan Hughes

More than a cafe: Vicky’s is a community hangout

More than a cafe: Vicky’s is a community hangout

Life on a college campus can feel like a never-ending buzz. One on-campus hotspot provides an escape from the daily […]

Luisana Zambrano pitched her business, which would help immigrants grow their own business, to judges at the GOJA-iChange FIU Social Innovation Challenge on March 27, 2019.

iChange FIU: Sunflowers to empower immigrants

After seeing her friends and family struggle to find work as immigrants, Luisana Zambrano, a senior studying international relations from […]

Kennedy Villard pitches his business to judges at the third annual GOJA-iChange FIU Social Innovation Challenge on March 27, 2019.

iChange FIU: Student turns parking struggle into $1,000

When Kennedy Villard brought his first car to school in 2017, he was shocked by the parking pandemonium he endured […]

Cristina Caus pitches disposable bamboo cutlery to judges at GOJA-iChange FIU Social Innovation Challenge on March 27.

iChange FIU: Sustainable practices for sustainable businesses

FIU News caught up with students who pitched their projects at the GOJA-iChange FIU Social Innovation Challenge on March 27. […]

Arquimides (Arqui) Perez-Leyva (left), Yashaswi (Yashi) Tapadia (middle) and Katie Friescen (right pitch "Vikaasha" to judges at the GOJA-iChange FIU Social Innovation Challenge on March 2017, 2019.

iChange FIU: Bettering the lives of farmers in India through its youth

Growing up in India, Yashaswi (Yashi) Tapadia, a sophomore studying economics, saw farmers struggle — working more than 80 hours […]

Students pitched business plans to judges at the third annual GOJA-iChange FIU Social Innovation Challenge on March 27, 2019.

iChange FIU: Students hope to change the world through passion projects

Business professionals have called Miami an ocean of opportunity for entrepreneurs, and Florida International University students have shown they are […]

Avoid plagiarism, research like a pro

Avoid plagiarism, research like a pro

Research paper season is coming in hot. Are you avoiding plagiarism like the plague? Experts at the Green Library say […]

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Three tips from students on eating healthy on campus

With a flurry of classes, work and activities, mealtime can come and go in a matter of minutes. How do […]

Members of Minority Women in Medicine pose for a photo with children at El Hospital de Niño in Puerto Rico. (PHOTO COURTESY OF IZMA NADEEM)

Students use mini-grants to make mega impacts

What good can you do with $1,000? The Center for Leadership and Service is asking this question to students. Wells […]

Twerk and two-step away your insecurities at the Rec Center

Twerk and two-step away your insecurities at the Rec Center

 Instead of letting depression and anxiety keep her down, Maria Roman ’16 laced up her shoes and twerked, pumped […]

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COURTESY OF MISHA'S CUPCAKES

Millennial trends: Love yourself, love your pets, love your friends

More millenials are brushing love and romance to the side on Valentine’s Day in recent years. These days, it’s all […]

Behind-the-scenes at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival®

Behind-the-scenes at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival®

If Bobby Flay calls you a lifesaver in the kitchen, you must be doing something right. At the Food Network […]

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Kellee Diaz, a current senior biology major, learned to stay positive hiking around Juneau.

FIU students study worlds away — in the U.S.

Kellee Diaz traded the Miami heat for the Alaskan tundra, and it completely changed her outlook on life. Diaz, a […]

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