Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Jalynne Medina

Jalynne Medina is a New York native and college junior majoring in Digital Broadcasting and minoring in Spanish Language and Culture. After graduation, she plans on pursuing a career as a Bilingual Journalist to bridge the gap between the mainstream American media and the Latino community.

California requires gender-neutral bathrooms in schools (includes video story)

California has passed a law requiring K-12 public schools to have at least one gender-neutral bathroom for students by 2026.

Missouri Supreme Court is now female majority (includes video story)

Kelly Broniec has been appointed to the Missouri Supreme Court. This appointment is historic, as it tips the balance in favor of...

Artist G Luné overcomes stigma and reaches over 550,000 streams on a single

Crestwood Middle School in West Palm Beach seemed like a bleak, depressing void to Gabriela Goddard. It filled her with anxiety. That...

Top five medical spas of Miami

Miami is beautiful. It’s not just the beaches, the sunrises or the fine restaurants. Attractive people walk our streets 24 hours a...

A New York Pop-R&B artist’s journey with her Latinidad, self-esteem, and NBC’s The Voice

Kaitlyn Velez, a 21-year-old from Long Island appeared on this past season of NBC’s The Voice and made a lasting impression on the judges,...

Worth the drive: Miami’s most memorable food trucks

Miami is an eclectic city full of unique culinary creations. As it has grown as a cultural melting pot, new dining experiences have cropped...