Every break, Alternative Breaks sends multiple groups of students to different areas of the world to help other individuals with specific issues. This year, the program has 13 different trips planned for spring break.
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Shane Mosko, a Worlds Ahead graduate, walked graduation without his wheelchair after a car accident left him paralyzed from the waist down.
Eyesontherise.org, which focuses on creating student journalism about environmental impacts related to sea level rise, emerged as an initiative among four journalism faculty members at Florida International University to raise public awareness of sea level rise through student and community engagement.
The Film Studies certificate program, in collaboration with the English Honors Society (Sigma Tau Delta) and The Film Initiative Underground, will be hosting their first annual Panther Film Festival on April 4, 2018, in GC 140.
As part of Week of Action, the Counseling and Psychological Services will be hosting their second annual domestic violence speed dating event.
Millennials today are generally more educated than prior generations and are the largest group employed in the U.S. economy, yet they’re currently facing a more difficult economic situation than their own parents did, according to the chairman of the University’s Economics department.
With greater access to social media platforms and journalist pieces available online, the process of sharing journalism has changed, according to an FIU professor.
Despite popular belief, culture shock does not always involve traveling from one country to another, according to Dr. Kathryn Kominars, a licensed psychologist and associate director for Counseling & Psychological Services.
School of Communication + Journalism grammar test has been put down in favor of more comprehensive writing classes. Students studying communications and journalism will no longer be required to pass a grammar test to continue their major.
Prior to being asked by the Discovery Channel to work on researching the link between sharks and volcanoes for this year’s Shark Week, an FIU research team was already assessing sharks’ habitats in coral reefs around the world, according to officials.