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Studying Students is Not Enough

Earlier today I attended the HAIKU Conference at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. HAIKU, The Humanities and the Arts in the Integrated Knowledge University, invited undergraduate students, graduate students, and professors to engage in a free 2-day conference filled with interdisciplinary discussion covering fine arts, social sciences, and design just to name a few. 523 more words

Oppurtunities for Healthier Lifestyles

In the recently posted article “First Steps: Ideas for a healthier world” on UDaily written by Diane Kukich, a new opportunity is presented to any College of Health Sciences undergraduates. 132 more words


South Florida's Black Professional Summit

South Florida Black Professionals, LLC, the Black Alumni Chapter of the FIU Alumni Association and the Black Student Union are co-hosting the inaugural Black Professionals Summit, themed “ 457 more words

Community Events


There are certain things that I want in life and that I want now. I don’t want to sit here in my bed procrastinating my chemistry homework. 753 more words


Gender confidence gap evident amongst first year students

I’m writing this on Transfer Deadline Day, so apologies if I have to break off periodically to announce that an already-rich-as-Croesus footballer has moved from one money-making corporate entity to another, to the immense satisfaction of his agent and the up-market retail outlets in his latest port of convenience. 526 more words

Graduate Recruitment

Alpata: A Journal of History seeking student editors

The department’s prize-winning student journal, Alpata, is assembling a new editorial board for the 2014-15 issue. If you are a student interested in becoming a part of the journal, contact Prof. 8 more words


Cheers to the New Year

Well, I’m back. It has been quite a long leave of absence but I lost motivation, found my life too droll for a blog and over the summer I focused on my travel blog about my adventures in Germany which I also began to ignore after a few weeks abroad. 883 more words