"My Haiti" (Ayiti Pam Nan) Collection at the Hubert Library Wants You to Become Part of the Exhibition
“My Haiti” (Ayiti Pam Nan) is a collection by Haitian artists that combines the culture and colors with the politics of Haiti, inviting viewers into the heart and soul of AYITI (Haiti).
It is a positive response for and by the proud people of Haiti.
WeFood for Fines Program Will Take Pantry Donations As Fee Payment
It’s happened to everyone - it’s the end of the semester, you’re cleaning out your room, and you suddenly stumble across a library book you forgot you checked out back during the first week of school. Usually, the only option is to sigh and cough up the mThe Hub Has a New Name
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard was a teacher, an activist, and a loving friend and father, who founded Temple Beth Am in Pinecrest, the largest Reform congregation in the Southeast. He was an inspiration not only to his friends and family but also to the comm...The Libraries' website site is getting a facelift!
Changes are coming to our pages - we're updating content, redesigning the look and feel, and improving the ease of use!
Visit our migration guide to keep up to date with the changes, share feedback, and help us design your new site!Digital Commons hits 2 million downloads!
We are excited to announce that FIU Digital Commons has passed the 2 million download mark!
FIU’s Digital Commons is a full-text, online, open access repository and publishing platform for the scholarship, creative output and history of FIU with over 12,