As news of President Donald Trump’s visit to Florida International University percolates through the campus, some students are cheering on his Venezuelan policies, others are organizing protests and one group nearly lost its event space to a then-unidentified VIP. The Miami Herald first reported the visit on Feb. 13.
The Twelfth Conference on Cuban and Cuban American Studies took place on Feb. 14 and 15 at FIU’s Modesto Maidique Campus. The two-day event featured panelists from across the United States and the Caribbean sharing their research on the island nation. This year’s theme was “Cuba and Puerto Rico:
As the anniversary of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School approaches, the larger South Florida community is coming together in different ways to remember the tragic event -- as well as finding ways to cope. According to Dr. Luz Maria Berrio, a licensed clinical psychologist, anniversaries of
Florida National University recently hosted its fourth annual human trafficking walk, which school officials say creates awareness in the community. Hundreds of students participated in a walk presented by Florida National University according to community relations director Rachel Tourgeman. The march occurred on Jan. 31 at 10 a.m. outside
109 dead. 1,400 injured. 690 wrongfully detained. These stats, detailing the acts committed by the Nicaraguan government on its citizens from April 18 to May 30 of last year, are part of a report its authors say was suppressed by President Daniel Ortega’s regime. On
SPJ members and a group of FIU journalism students toured Telemundo and NBC 6’s facilities earlier this month in Miramar. The Nov. 16 tour, led by Vice President of Human Resources Javier Ortiz, showed students what a day at the studio entails. An information session held in the morning