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5 hrs ago | Editor & Publisher

Journalists Are Losing Access, but the Public Still Expects the Story

This weekend, Florida International University opened its 2014 football season at home in Miami against Bethune-Cookman University.

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9 hrs ago | Jewish Journal

Refusing to be enemies

Neistein, a 26-year-old pro-Israel Jewish man living in North Miami Beach, and Ghumrawi, a 24-year-old Arab American of Palestinian descent living in Miami, both recently created the Facebook page, "Humans Refusing To Be Enemies," where they promote peace by educating, enlightening, humanizing and cultivating discourse from a number of different ... (more)

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Related Topix: Israel, World News, Middle East, Miami, FL, North-Miami-Beach, FL

13 hrs ago | WHQT-FM Hollywood

HOT News Now!: Committee Against Discrimination at FIU

The Miami Dade branch of the NAACP is asking you to support the engineer and professor suing Florida International University for racial discrimination.

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Mon Sep 01, 2014

Miami's Community Newspapers

Iris Berges promoted to CEO of Hollywood Pavilion Hospital

It is a pleasure to announce that Iris Berges has been promoted to Chief Executive Officer for Hollywood Pavilion Hospital, a facility Larkin Community Hospital manages.

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The Miami Herald

FIU expansion has benefits

Through the years, I have enjoyed the Youth Fair with my family. I have also been delighted at how much Florida International University has grown and flourished.

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CNN

Child Multiple Cancer Warrior Rages on

Ashley Krueger - Every child has a dream, but for a child with life threatening diseases, those dreams can become a reminder that you still have something to live for.

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Related Topix: Sarcoma, Medicine, Bone Cancer, Health, Rick Scott, US Governors, Pediatric Cancer, Lymphoma

Sun Aug 31, 2014

Examiner.com

Labor Day celebrates the struggle of working people

On this Labor Day in 2014, too many people are working harder and harder for less and less.

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Related Topix: Florida

The Fresno Bee

The little violinist, 20 years after the Cuban rafter crisis

Lizbet Martínez, the violinist who arrived at the age of 12 during the 1994 exodus out of Cuba.

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Related Topix: Cuba, World News, Central America, Hialeah, FL, Prison, US Coast Guard, US Military, US News

The Orlando Sentinel

Labor Day report: Florida wage gap widens

That's because most Florida workers can celebrate having jobs after a sluggish economic recovery but are stuck with low or stagnant pay, according to the latest Labor Day report by researchers at Florida International University .

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Related Topix: Florida, Computers, Broward County, FL

Fri Aug 29, 2014

The Miami Herald

St. Thomas University names new provost

Irma Becerra-Fernandez, who previously held a vice president position at Florida International University, will become the new provost at St. Thomas, located in Miami Gardens.

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Related Topix: Saint Thomas University, Thomas University

The Miami Herald

FIU expansion good for community

I'm writing in support of Florida International University's expansion to the land next to its Modesto A. Maidique Campus.

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CBS Local

Study: Good Handwriting Linked To Better Grades

Does your child have nice penmanship? Easy to read, neat handwriting may mean better grades in school, according to a Florida International University professor's research.

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Related Topix: Kids, Family, Standardized Testing, Education

CBS Local

Future Of Dade Fair At Tamiami Park May Go To Voters

The future of the Miami-Dade County Fair and Exposition at Tamiami Park could be in for a roller coaster ride.

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Related Topix: Miami Dade County, FL

Thu Aug 28, 2014

Miami's Community Newspapers

FIU, Ocean Bank ink agreement to name field at FIU Stadium

Florida International University's executive director of sports and entertainment, Pete Garcia, recently announced a three-year partnership with Ocean Bank, resulting in the naming of the Panther football team's home field, which will now be called "Ocean Bank Field at FIU Stadium."

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Forbes.com

Red Cup Nation: College Partying For A Career

A recent graduate from Harvard College with a degree in Environmental Science and Public Policy, I am looking to use my knowledge of and passion for energy and sustainability to write about innovators in those fields.

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Related Topix: Florida

ImmigrationProf Blog

Immigrant of the Day: Liz Balmaseda From Cuba | Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist

Liz Balmaseda was born in Puerto Padre in the midst of the Cuban Revolution of 1959 .

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Related Topix: Cuba, World News

Miami's Community Newspapers

Positive PEOPLE in Pinecrest- Kaylan Coke

Palmetto High School senior Kaylan Coke interned in the Florida International University Chemistry Department this summer.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

The Miami Herald

Miami-Dade commissioners to consider FIU-expansion ballot question

Michelle Varela, left, and Jennifer Ravelo, right, ride the Blizzard at the Miami-Dade County Youth Fair & Exposition earlier this year.

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Related Topix: Miami Dade County, FL, Youth, Alternative

Miami New Times

Summertime Art Geniuses: The "Hidden Magical Worlds" of Jose Tonito

It's August and the galleries are mostly closed or operating on short hours. The big-name artists have hightailed it for cooler climes.

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Related Topix: Hialeah, FL, Symphony, Arts, Photography

How Stuff Works

Strange Spikes Over Siberia Puzzle Astronauts

Strange spiky shapes slash across the Kulundra Steppe of Siberia in an astronaut's photograph snapped from the International Space Station in June 2014.

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Related Topix: Fire, Hurricane, Weather, Hurricane Iselle, Natural Disasters, Hurricane Julio, Science / Technology, NASA, Weird

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