Chris Delboni, the former news director for the South Florida News Service, hosted a video and editing workshop on Thursday afternoon in the Department of Journalism newsroom. The event was sponsored by the FIU chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. According to Delboni, currently an adjunct professor at the school, the goal of the
As Brett Kavanaugh, a potential member of the U.S. Supreme Court, faces down allegations of sexual assault by Professor Christine Blasey Ford, students at Florida International University’s BBC and MMC campuses weighed in this week how fair the process has been to both sides. “I just feel like she definitely
La ciudad de Miami Gardens, Florida, tiene dos grandes desafíos: reducir el crimen con el apoyo de nuevas tecnologías y mejorar su reputación de ciudad insegura. “La ciudad es confundida como una de las más peligrosas debido al área que comprende, pero no es lo que las noticias muestran; es la manera como se reportan”,
On a recent Tuesday, patrons and workers at The Alchemist coffee shop in Aventura were asked about whether they feel President Donald Trump's Tweets are a good or bad thing for the country. Many said that they do not agree with the Tweets, though one noted that the content has sparked conversations on controversial
On Sunday, a group of students from Florida International University went to Riviera Beach to interview the women responsible for the Tenants Union at Stonybrook Apartments. According to Crystal Lewis and Edna House, the union's president and vice president, respectively, the complex has had issues with mold and asbestos for about a year, which
Florida International University’s Department of Journalism + Media department launched its Washington, DC and New York City bureaus as part of an initiative to expand journalism students’ experience in the field. On Monday, school officials opened the Washington bureau alongside with the program’s partner Alley. A similar ceremony occurred Tuesday in Manhattan.
Florida International University’s Journalism + Media department will be launching bureaus in Washington, DC and New York City next week, a move school officials say is part of a larger initiative to enhance the learning experience of journalism students. The new bureaus are an extension of the South Florida Media Network, a student-produced media
En las primarias del martes 28 de agosto, en aras de elegir los representantes por el distrito 27 en la Florida, más del 40% de los republicanos votaron por María Elvira Salazar, en una contienda que incluyó a nueve candidatos. María Elvira, de origen cubano, de 56 años y con más de 35 años
As election day for the Florida Primary approached, students from Florida International University asked voters throughout South Florida why they decided to vote. Their answers were as varied as the diverse community in which they live. To me voting in the primary is really important because I’m
Florida's primary election is this coming Tuesday, Aug. 28. The staff of the South Florida News Service would like to remind you to take part in this vital democratic process. Regardless of your choices and party preference, voting is an essential part of being American, so go do it!