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Book Presentation—“Revolutionary Horizons: Art and Polemics in 1950s Cuba”

The Cuban Research Institute at the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs of Florida International University will host a book presentation of Abigail McEwen’s… 278 more words

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WORLD SHORT COURSE SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP REPRESENTATIVES START 2018 WITH SOLID PERFORMANCES FOR THEIR COLLEGES

Members of Jamaica’s team to the 2016 and 2014 World Short Course Swim Championships got 2018 off to solid starts for 2018

Justin Plaschka, who competed in Windsor in 2016, represents Notre Dame in the NCAA Division I, travelled to Iowa for a meet against Iowa on Jan 12 and 13. 297 more words

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Former University president teaches leadership skills to students

Successful leaders need three things: Judgment, persuasion and grit, said former University President Modesto Maidique. 166 more words

Michelle Marchante

Greek life ‘pause’ to last a month

The suspension of all 37 Greek organizations, which began on Monday, Jan. 1, will last for a month to give the university ample time to review and address concerns regarding Greek culture, said Larry Lunsford, vice president of Student Affairs.

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Raúl Castro To Remain Cuba’s President for At Least Two More Months  

On December 21, 2017, Cuba’s National Assembly determined that Raúl Castro’s term as President would be extended from February 24 to April 19. The stated reason for the extension was the delay in the start of the electoral cycle caused by Hurricane Irma. 557 more words

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FIU Partners With Miami-Dade State Attorney On LGBTQ Hate Crimes

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Florida International University is teaming up with the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s office to better handle the issue of hate crimes against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer individuals. 302 more words

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Loving Tribute To A Great Cuban Jazz Musician

It was only after I met Carlos Averhoff, Jr. that I realized I also knew his father (although not personally) – the great Cuban saxophonist Carlos Averhoff who was one of the founders of the Afro-Cuban jazz group Irakere. 302 more words

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