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Amelia Orjuela Da Silva

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Amelia Orjuela Da Silva is a senior majoring in digital journalism with a minor in social media and E-marketing analytics. After graduation, she wishes to pursue a career in the entertainment field as a writer/reporter to shine a light on stories that need to be discovered.

Venezuela: Why do I feel like a foreigner in my own country?

It is midday, and I’m walking on the sunny streets of Caracas in a busy part of town called ‘Boulevard Sabana Grande.’ Around me,...

Changing lives one pet at a time: The power of Foster a Pet Program

When Sticky, a 6-week-old kitten, came to Miami Dade Animal Services in June 2022, he was a mess.  Sticky had scabies, an upper respiratory infection...

Miami says ‘Hi, Barbie!’ Welcoming new pop-up restaurant opening in Wynwood

Have you ever wanted to immerse yourself in Barbie world? A Malibu Barbie Cafe is coming to Wynwood to offer the experience to all...

Newsbreak January 29, 2024

Three U.S. Army soldiers in Jordan are killed in a drone attack. Two Central Florida police officers are recovering after being shot. Miami hosts...

Pawsing for Care: This Miami program helps pet owners find resources (includes photo essay)

Pet owners are having difficulty finding affordable veterinary care for their furry friends. This photo essay shows one of the many events held by...

Paw-sing for care: The rising cost of veterinary medicine (includes documentary)

Pets are family, and they deserve the best care. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Consumer Price Index, veterinary costs have increased by nearly...

Experience the magic: Christmas Wonderland brings joy back to Tropical Park

For years, Miami families flocked to Tropical Park at Christmas to celebrate at Santa’s Enchanted Forest. Tens of thousands rode the Ferris wheel, ate...

Great escape: Venezuelans head north to uncertainty, part 2

To read Part 1, click here. It was a Wednesday at 7 a.m. during holy week in 2015 when Belkys Baez walked up to the...

Newsbreak November 14, 2023

Congress has three days to prevent a government shutdown. Supreme Court justices sign a code of conduct to uphold ethical standards. Two deputies in...

Paws, pets and pricing

In “Paws, Pets, and Prices,” we dive deep into the challenges of the rising cost of veterinary medicine and the critical shortage of veterinarians....