FIU contends that the Arch Creek East Environmental Preserve can be used as an additional exit road for students at the Biscayne Bay Campus if a shooting like Parkland were to happen. Current entrance and exit is accessible only on one road– Northeast 151st Street.
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Jeffrey Frias, a senior interdisciplinary studies major who lives in 4th Street Commons, said he wasn’t going to bother coming to class if the crosswalk wasn’t reopened. This is a feeling that he said is shared among those who live in his building.
Student Media will be providing updates on the traffic situation surrounding the Modesto Maidique campus following the collapse of the newly-installed 950-ton section of the University City Bridge, which left six people dead and multiple injured.
The “Worlds Ahead” pedestrian bridge crossing SW 8th St. and 109th Ave. collapsed five days after it was “swung” into place, leaving tragedy and questions in the wake of a project that had been in the works for almost a decade.
Student Government’s plan to bring Freebee, a free transport service, to FIU has fallen through the cracks and will no longer be implemented on campus.
University transportation services are back to their regular schedule and students should be aware of their academic and financial deadlines for the fall semester.
Two cities will be providing students at the Biscayne Bay campus free transportation to nearby businesses.
Alondra Bodden/ Contributing Writer FIU, known for its large number of Hispanic students, Panther pride and lack of parking is a top-ranked commuter school. According…
With over 75 percent of first year students commuting to campus, getting involved can prove challenging for some students.
Shennel Sanyaolu//Contributing Writer The Department of Parking and Transportation held two events in the GC Pit on Sept. 19 and Sept. 20, showing off their new…