Students and professors weigh in on whether or not Miami-Dade’s efforts to combat political corruption should be implemented at FIU.
Antonio J. Diaz, a sophomore in political science and government, is currently running for City Commissioner of District 4 in Miami.
The Muslim Student Association still doesn’t know who put a listening device in the carpet of a Graham Center room they use for prayer over a year ago. It released a statement on its Facebook page on March 11 to bring attention to the ongoing investigation.
Staff Writer Patricia Segovia gives a personal account of her mothers situation in Venezuela.
Ukraine remains in the middle of Europe and Russia — not only geographically, but politically and culturally.
National Security Agency whistleblowers spoke at the University Oct. 24 about their lives after exposing government wrongdoings.
Contributing writer Sheldon Richman discusses the government shutdown.
The state of Florida has unanimously passed a law this summer changing the word “mental retardation” for “intellectual disability.” This means that government forms will now reflect such a shift.
Contributing writer Moises Fuertes believes that whistleblower Edward Snowden is not a traitor, but a hero.
Brian Anderson/Contributing Writer In light of the recent school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut—and other shootings in Colorado, Arizona and Texas there have been changes initiated…