Martina Brady / Staff Writer Florida state legislators voted on Wednesday, Mar. 31 in favor of a bill which could decrease the number of Black…
Although the numbers won’t be determined until the amount of incoming freshmen students has been accounted for at FIU, because of increased test scores, less students will be awarded Bright futures.
Some students think minimum wage isn’t enough, but an economics professor thinks otherwise.
As a result of economic hard times and a constant increase in enrollment numbers, students at the University will have to meet different, more difficult requirements to qualify for financial aid.
Alyssa Elso/Staff Writer If the upcoming changes to the Bright Futures Scholarship Program were in effect now, 74 percent of FIU students would not qualify…
Though there is extensive medical research completely refuting the propaganda that abortion can increase the risk of breast cancer, anti-choice organizations continue to cling to their claims, blatantly spinning facts to support their anti-abortion crusade.