FIU Theatre kicks off its 42nd season with Roberto Cossaâ€™s hilarious dark comedy La Nona â€“ FIUâ€™s first ever production entirely in Spanish (with English subtitles). La Nona is one of the most popular modern South American comedies. Nona is a hundred-year-old abuela with an insatiable appetite. Her family has lost everything they own trying to satisfy her hunger. When her artist grandson is forced to get a job, he decides to stop her constant nibbling by any means necessary.
Join Dean Schriner on today at the FIU Student Government Association's annual "Meet Your Dean" event. It's a great opportunity to meet your CARTA SGA representatives, ask questions about your major, and learn more about internships and upcoming events!
Time: Tuesday, September 6 in GC 243 from 3:00-5:00pm
Festival of the Trees Kickoff Success
Chatter and laughter filled the air at the Festival of the Trees Kickoff, a prelude to the 30th Annual Festival of the Trees event coordinated by FIU Interior Architecture and its advisory board. The Kickoff event took place at the Coral Gables Tap 42 and drew a crowd of more than 100 guests including students, alumni, faculty and local designers.
Faculty Publish Whitepaper on Longform Multmedia Journalism
Dr. Jacobson and Dr. Gutsche in Journalism + Media have released a whitepaper on longform multimedia journalism, which used eyetracking and other participatory methods to predict the future of a sustainable genre of journalism.