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FMU welcomes SEED School of Miami to campus

Major public boarding school will take up residence at college in August The SEED School of Miami and Florida Memorial University (FMU) announced a partnership on May 6 that will bring SEED’s proven 24-hour,
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SEED to be South Florida’s first public boarding school

By Lance Dixon ldixon@MiamiHerald.com The proposed site for the first public boarding school in South Florida has been moved about 22 miles north from the outskirts of a Kendall park to Miami Gardens. The SEED
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Florida Memorial, FAMU graduations this weekend

HBCU COMMENCEMENTS Here’s a roundup of spring commencements scheduled at Florida’s HBCUs in the coming weeks. Florida Memorial University will host its commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 3 at 10:30 a.m.
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FMU Coaches: These Young Girls Have A Lot Of Promise

By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter bstubbs@tribunemedia.net MICHELLE De Los Rios has been so impressed with the level of talent she has seen here that she would love to include at least one Bahamian on her
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Curtiss Mansion Presents: Florida Memorial University’s Spring Concert

MIAMI SPRINGS, FL – April 3, 2014 – Back by popular demand!  The Curtiss Mansion proudly presents Florida Memorial University’s 2014 Spring Concert on Sunday, April 13 at 5:00 p.m.  The annu
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Soccer Megastar, David Beckham, Visits Florida Memorial University

Pictured: International Soccer star, David Beckham and FMU President Dr. Roslyn Artis and FMU Soccer coaches and members of  the FMU soccer team. Florida Memorial University (FMU) received an unexpected surpri
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Beckham Surprises FMU Soccer Team

MIAMI GARDENS (CBSMiami) – Florida Memorial University’s soccer team got quite the surprise when soccer star David Beckham visited during an afternoon scrimmage in Miami Gardens on Wednesday. “I was thril
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HBCU Leaders Gather to Discuss Education Challenges, Needs

The president of Florida Memorial University, Roslyn Artis, said her institution and other historically black colleges and universities have done the heavy lifting in offering African-American students a place
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Training in Florida the Next Generation of Fair Housing Advocates

Enduring any kind of discrimination at this point in our nation’s history is bad enough. Not knowing what to do about it is just as frustrating. That will not be the case for students from Florida Memoria
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Graduate student selected to lobby for Israel

Former Florida Memorial University Student Government Association President, Julian Coakley, Jr., selected to lobby for Israel. » CLICK HERE to view the interview