International students strain for jobs

In the words of Big Sean, I feel blessed. You know why? Even though I have to pay for tuition, our university comes at a fairly cheap price. I have various alternatives available at my disposal to help pay for these costs. Financial aid, loans, grants, scholarships, jobs on and off campus—these are the things that give my wallet some relief. Unfortunately, these aren’t the same opportunities offered to international students.

University hosts executive presence

Photo by Megan Tait/The Beacon Adrian Suarez Avila/ News Director The University boasted an executive presence on Wednesday, Feb. 25. “It is wonderful to be with…

Battle continues to secure tuition equity in Florida

Although Miami Dade College and FIU remain the only educational institutions in the state that waive out-of-state tuition fees for undocumented students, FIU only does so for those eligible for DACA, a fact that has led state government officials to tackle opposition in an effort to secure tuition equity for all undocumented students.

Student Government elections results released

Defeating the Alina Gonzalez and Kevin Gonzalez ticket by a margin of 852 votes, Patrick O’Keefe and Sanjeev Udhnani have been elected President and Vice President, respectively, of the Student Governing Council at Modesto Maidique Campus.

SGC-BBC campaign goes unnoticed by students

Campaigning for elections was hard to miss for students at the University, at least at the Modesto A. Maidique Campus. At the Biscayne Bay Campus, on the other hand, both the literal and metaphorical signs of a campaign being in progress were few and far between.