Leaked screenshots of the FIU College Republicans group chat shows members making deportation jokes regarding students who attended a walkout protest on Thursday, Nov. 9 for a “clean” Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals bill.
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The U.S. Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Southern Strike Battalion at Florida International University, in partnership with the University’s Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy, held their third annual Operational Global Engagement Leadership Symposium on Thursday, Nov. 2.
A Communications Operator at FIU’s Police Department went ‘above and beyond’ during Hurricane Irma, after taking on the role of acting supervisor.
Miami-Dade is one of the biggest Hispanic-majority county in the U.S., where 66 percent of the 2.7 million population is Hispanic, according to the Pew Research Center.
Hurricane Irma caused significant water damage to Biscayne Bay’s Bayview apartments.
In the current media climate, both Democrats and Republicans on campus feel that their political opinions are being suppressed.
When it comes to textbooks, students can take Jessie J’s advice and forget about the price tag.
FIU’s Digital Commons has gone viral and reached beyond FIU’s physical borders, achieving more than two million downloads.
In collaboration with NASA and the Coral Restoration Foundation, FIU has deployed two coral nurseries off the Aquarius Reef Base in Tavernier, Florida just south of Key Largo, according to fourth year PhD biological sciences student Daniel Merselis.
Starting Spring 2018, FIU will become the first school in the nation to offer a new undergraduate degree in the technological field called “Internet of Things.”