Eduardo Alvarez/ Opinion Director We all know how it works. we tell ourselves we’ll fix our bad habits and replace them with good ones. Eat…
Brea Jones/ Staff Writer Students are seeing a change in the Biscayne Bay Campus and it’s creating new and higher expectations. Students who’ve been on…
We waited impatiently to be in high school, then to become legal adults, graduate and go on to a university. Now we’re impatient to be 21, to get an internship as early as possible, graduate as quickly as we can then find a job that will lead to another job. It never stops.
Enrique Gonzalez|Contributing Writer The restrictions on skating on campus are modestly fair, to say the least. Simply put, we can’t skate in places which…
In the Senate’s last meeting of the academic year it passed its final piece of legislation 19-1: a bill supporting the University’s efforts to obtain the fairgrounds.
Liz Funk came to speak to the FIU community this past week to give female students insight on personal growth.
Florida will surpass New York in population and this growth is driven by youth, creating competition for students in both resources and the job market.
Concurrent with receiving its fifth award, the University Graduate School launched the Academy of Graduates for Integrative Learning Experiences to aid minority and underrepresented students in graduate education.
Contributing writer Daniel Irigoyen discusses the importance of public design.
With the University ranking seventh largest in the nation with its estimated fall enrollment, President Mark B. Rosenberg sat down with Student Media on Oct. 7 at Biscayne Bay Campus to discuss fundraising, partnerships and expansion — internal, online and into UniversityCity.