Paloma Pimentel | Contributing Writer The environmental concerns that sparked the fierce advocacy of Michael Perez’s movement are once again at the forefront of one…
Taylor Gutierrez / Contributing Writer FIU currently holds a silver ranking with the Association for Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. This year, AASHE will…
Bianca Antunez/Contributing Writer It is often said that to make big changes in the world, you must start with what you have in front of you;…
To have the most well-known and powerful religious figure in the world not just accept the science on climate change, but also find it necessary to let all of his followers know about it is unprecedented. If the most religious person in the world can understand that science and religion do not have to be polar opposites from each other, than how can we not?
I could’ve dropped the class. It was completely out of my comfort zone – in the words of my friends, “it wasn’t me,” but I didn’t. I’m still not sure what compelled me to stay that first day.
Jaime Choclote, a comic artist and mural painter, has illustrated scenery of the Amazon rainforest and indigenous tribes onto the walls of the Glenn Hubert Library as a part of the library’s renovation project.
University Way, or 113th avenue, will be closing today at 5 p.m. at the Modesto Maidique Campus to make way for the construction of the new Parkview dorms and parking garage.
University housing students are losing a parking lot today but gaining new dorms as construction starts for the new housing structure called Parkview.
To help meet the need for on-campus housing, the University has made plans to accommodate the demand by constructing Parkview, a new housing complex consisting of two phases.