Articles by: Giselle Cancio

Podcast: Being an education major and remembering our favorite teachers with Anel Velasquez

Podcast: Being an education major and remembering our favorite teachers with Anel Velasquez

Education runs deep in Anel Velasquez’s family. Her mother is a language arts teacher. Her grandfather taught mathematics in Cuba. […]

FIU alumna joins NYC Rapid Responders in fight against COVID-19

FIU alumna joins NYC Rapid Responders in fight against COVID-19

When Taylor Barger ’14 visited New York City in late 2019, she was met with electric billboards, bright lights and […]

Podcast: Staying healthy during social distancing

Podcast: Staying healthy during social distancing

The FIU Honors College launched More than a Major Podcast where they aim to have informal conversations about several topics […]

FIU Baseball trio likely to get another season

FIU Baseball trio likely to get another season

An NCAA ruling is giving high-school-turned-college teammates a second chance at their senior season. Recreation and sport management students Derek […]

Italian duo helps FIU find beach volleyball success

Italian duo helps FIU find beach volleyball success

FIU Beach Volleyball coach Rita Buck-Crockett recruited two Italian players not knowing they had shared the court in their former […]

Connecting and supporting educators, virtually

Connecting and supporting educators, virtually

School-aged children learning English shouldn’t have to face the difficult, disorienting process used in schools today. Things can and must […]

Before, during and after a hurricane

Before, during and after a hurricane

The Atlantic Hurricane Season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30. Preparation and organization are key to staying safe. Here […]

AP teacher shifts mindset as students prepare for exam

AP teacher shifts mindset as students prepare for exam

As a statistics teacher of mostly seniors at Southwest Miami Senior High School, Jessica Collazo wishes she had the chance […]

Humans of CASE: Hazel Hooker

Humans of CASE: Hazel Hooker

Inspired by Humans of New York, where Brandon Stanton shares short stories of hundreds of New Yorkers, we went on […]

A moment of gratitude for our teachers

A moment of gratitude for our teachers

Thirteen years averaging 13,000 hours – that’s how much time a child in the United States, on average, spends in […]