Cultural appropriation: What you need to know

Cultural appreciation occurs when the person makes an effort to learn about and respect a certain culture, as opposed to simply taking bits and pieces of the culture that appeal to them. Unfortunately, many people are appropriating cultures when they should be appreciating them.

Terrorism has no religion and no race

Image by Rhonda Berglas via Flickr Meghan Maclaren | Contributing Writer opinion@fiusm.com Rest in peace to the three Muslim students shot dead near Chapel Hill, North Carolina…

Rosenberg signing deal with Peru’s former president

The Latin American and Caribbean Center is celebrating its 35th anniversary with Peru’s former president Alan Garcia who will sign an agreement with President Mark B. Rosenberg to open up student exchange and study abroad programs between a Peruvian university and FIU.

Professor uses camera lens to document “blackness”

“(1)ne Drop: Shifting the Lens on Race,” published on Nov. 28, 2013, is a combination of written biographies and photographs that investigate the lived experiences of people who identify as Black or have their “blackness” questioned.