Monday, October 25, 2021

Bailey Alfaro

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Bailey Alfaro is a senior studying broadcast journalism and pursuing a minor in film. Her experience extends from editing to managing cameras during productions and using the quill of her own pen to capture the stories of the community.
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Lighthouse for the Blind proves you don’t need to see to create

A bass player, a music producer and a piano player have two things in common: they are visually impaired and they have a passion...
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Student mental health is a quiet crisis

Student mental health is a little known, but acute crisis. The use of mental health services has increased 68 percent across U.S. college and...
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Janitor: a small word with a strong meaning

“When you’re cleaning, they look at you like you’re nothing. As if you -- you know, as if you don’t have an education,”...
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Saddle up with FIU’s equestrian team

The FIU equestrian team will soon ride again. Head coach Daniela Roy trains her Golden Panthers every Tuesday and Thursday in the morning at...

Red tide contributes to manatee deaths tripling in the last year

The rate of manatee deaths tripled during 2018 when compared with the previous year, reaching more than 1,300 manatees per 10,000. Experts agree that...

Hunger strike ends on its 22nd day

NORTH MIAMI -- On Saturday morning, just as the sun rose, the tents fell, and nine men on a hunger strike for 22 days...

Sweaters and swimsuits: Beach cleanup at Biscayne campus

The student government at Florida International Unversity’s Biscayne Bay campus held a beach cleanup Saturday, attracting around 30 people to pick up trash, remove...