Articles by: Contributing Writer

Something’s brewing in North Miami

Something’s brewing in North Miami

North Miami BrewFest has grown in tandem with an FIU beer program that has likely produced the makers of your […]

My internship with Viacom/Nickelodeon

My internship with Viacom/Nickelodeon

Name: Eric Duran Major: Broadcast Media and International Relations, Honors College Where did you intern? Viacom International Media Networks What did you do […]

Global Health Consortium facilitates discussions on drug-resistant diseases

Global Health Consortium facilitates discussions on drug-resistant diseases

FIU’s Global Health Consortium (GHC) hosted international public health leaders from Latin America and the Caribbean last month to address […]

Citizen scientists bolster sea level research on King Tide

Citizen scientists bolster sea level research on King Tide

FIU deployed more than 100 citizen scientists to investigate whether flooding from the most recent King Tide in October was […]

Jerreme Wade

Campus Voices: Perseverance and courage

The significance of a certain class, test or homework assignment always crosses my mind during the semester. The idea of […]

Miami Motel Stories resurrects historic Little Havana hotel

Miami Motel Stories resurrects historic Little Havana hotel

By Ivan Lopez Miami Motel Stories is an immersive theatre experience the likes of which Miami has never seen before. […]

Jerreme Wade

Campus Voices: Preparation and sacrifice

By Jerreme Wade So much has happened over the last few weeks that it feels like the universe is trying […]

Jerreme Wade

Campus Voices: ‘Certain experiences have taught me valuable lessons’

By Jerreme Wade As a current senior in college, I’ve seen my fair share of wins and losses. There is […]

Students learn to think like problem solvers

Students learn to think like problem solvers

By Dominque Rose Ingraham When my professor announced that all first-year Honors College students were required to attend a “design […]

Global Learning student prepared to lead after summer of social impact training

Global Learning student prepared to lead after summer of social impact training

By Eric Feldman With his bags barely unpacked, senior John Llanera stepped onto FIU’s campus this fall with a renewed excitement […]

Working in shelter gives nursing student new perspective

Working in shelter gives nursing student new perspective

By Nicole Rodriguez I am in my final semester of the accelerated BSN program track and had a volunteer opportunity to […]

Muslims and Islamophobia: Taking back the narrative

Muslims and Islamophobia: Taking back the narrative

By: Mohamed Ghumrawi, Ph.D. student in International Relations Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world. Yet here in the […]

From left to right: Alyn Fernandez (Regional Director, Sen. Marco Rubio), Alina Garcia (Office of CFO Jimmy Patronis, South Florida Regional Manager for Department of External Affairs) and Jeanette Rubio (Wife of Sen. Marco Rubio) serve food for Hurricane Irma evacuees being sheltered at FIU.

Post-Hurricane Irma Update: New evacuees on campus, residents return to Bayview

The following message to the university community regarding recovery following Hurricane Irma on Sept. 20, 2017 Even after we resumed classes […]

My Internship with the Army Court of Criminal Appeals

My Internship with the Army Court of Criminal Appeals

Name: Molly Brock Major: Law Student Where did you intern? Army Court of Criminal Appeals in Fort Belvoir, Virginia (right outside Washington, […]

My internship with NASA

My internship with NASA

Name: Heather O’Dell Major: Public Relations Where did you intern? NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, OH. What did you do there? This […]