Articles by: Ray Boyle

Winter 2014-15 Class Notes

Winter 2014-15 Class Notes

Gold denotes Alumni Association lifetime members. Submit your own class notes for the next issue of  FIU Magazine here.  Skip […]

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From China to Miami: a cultural rollercoaster

From China to Miami: a cultural rollercoaster

Chinese and American cultures are strikingly different, but one FIU alumna has made the transition look easy. She is proof […]

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FIU helps veterans make the grades

FIU helps veterans make the grades

In the Tower – FIU’s oldest and most iconic building – groups of student veterans sit together studying, laughing and […]

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Alumna joins fire team at Everglades National Park

Alumna joins fire team at Everglades National Park

Everglades wild land firefighters are in the unique position to do something that would make urban firefighters shudder: They actually set […]

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Study abroad artwork showcased in Graham Center

Study abroad artwork showcased in Graham Center

This summer Eliane Pinillos braved dehydration and sickness to scale the Great Wall of China looking for the perfect scene […]

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Battle-tested veterans earn FIU nursing degrees

Battle-tested veterans earn FIU nursing degrees

In his 20-year Army career, Victor Arvizu was used to making split-second, life-saving decisions on the battlefield. Now the retired […]

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Alumna’s beauty pageant title helps her build homes in Haiti

Alumna’s beauty pageant title helps her build homes in Haiti

For years Natacha Sarthou Kalicharan ’94 supported Food for the Poor, but just feeding the children was not enough. She […]

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The awardees from left to right: Kristen Linton, Kandys Temes, Erick Magloire, Andrea Martinez-Bustamante and Marvah Benjamin

Carnival Gold Scholars receive $400,000 in scholarships

For some students a scholarship means that they can pay for a semester or two before depending on loans or working […]

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Training the trainers: FIU program a cut above

Training the trainers: FIU program a cut above

Tiffany Yam was working in the athletic training department at her alma mater, Rutgers University in New Jersey, when she […]

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Fall 2014 Class Notes

Fall 2014 Class Notes

Gold denotes Alumni Association lifetime members. Submit your own class notes for the next issue of  FIU Magazine here.  Skip […]

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Frost Museum gives challenged young people a taste of art

Frost Museum gives challenged young people a taste of art

Panther LIFE students enter the Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum ready to learn about art history, anthropology and archeology. […]

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‘Catherine’s Wheel’ to debut at FIU this weekend

‘Catherine’s Wheel’ to debut at FIU this weekend

FIU’s summer Alternative Theatre Festival is in full swing. This week, Thursday through Saturday, Catherine’s Wheel continues at the Wertheim Performing […]

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Theatre alumnus’ play to compete at national championship

Theatre alumnus’ play to compete at national championship

FIU theatre alumnus Juan P. Espinosa’s original play beat out the likes of Tennessee Williams and John Steinbeck to earn his […]

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FIU students showcase work at STEM Research Symposium

FIU students showcase work at STEM Research Symposium

Psychology major Marcela Ramos may have found a way to encourage more women to work in science, technology, engineering and […]

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Spring 2014 Class Notes

Spring 2014 Class Notes

Gold denotes Alumni Association lifetime members. Submit your own class notes for the next issue of  FIU Magazine here.  Skip […]

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