This year, Valentine’s Day marks the first anniversary of the shooting in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, which left 17 people dead. Which is why Student Media has been planning this issue for months.
This edition of PantherNOW is all about remembrance from our first page recap of the University’s Holocaust and Genocide Awareness week to our Black History Month themed magazine.
This edition of PantherNOW is possibly one of our most diverse issues yet.
I love politics. The rush you get covering what’s happening in your government, whether it’s local, nationally or even internationally is like nothing else.
Now that everyone is settling into their classes, it’s time we turn to one of the most challenging aspects of a college student’s life: living on their own.
Happy New Year Panthers! 2019 has finally arrived and with it comes new classes, new experiences and new challenges. If you’re new to the University, thank you for making PantherNOW part of your FIU journey.
We’ve made it everyone. The end of the semester is almost here.
And that means the most stressful week in a college student’s life is coming up: Finals.
Pots clanging, cars honking, flags waving, people screaming — I can still remember the celebratory sights that filled the streets in Miami when the news came that Fidel Castro, Cuba’s communist dictator, was dead.
It’s amazing how food can help grow relationships, whether it’s to start conversation at a party or to give you time to learn something new about someone.
Our university is like its own city, with a diverse set of members, including veterans, which is why Student Media decided to dedicate this week’s theme pages to our country’s heroes.