Monday, April 22, 2024

Natalie La Roche Pietri

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Natalie is a senior double majoring in journalism and English. She interned at the Miami Herald and was an NBCU Academy fellow in Washington, D.C., where she reported on national issues that affect South Florida. Natalie has an interest in political reporting and gender issues.

More than a controversial label, Latinx was political tactic during midterm elections

In the aftermath of the midterm elections, many are still discussing and analyzing the red wave that swept some corners of the country, including...

Women’s NFT exhibit and auction gives funds to women’s rights charities (updated) (includes video...

The South Florida community celebrated Art Week in a variety of exhibits and pop-ups. The innovation of this particular Wynwood exhibit drew large crowds...

The beginning of a young man’s spiritual journey (includes multimedia content)

Twenty-three-year-old Luis Cordova feels that every morning is an opportunity to start fresh, which is why he begins his days by meditating. It’s when...

Live: Florida 2022 midterm elections and more

The Caplin News's reporters are located across South Florida and Washington, D.C., to speak with voters and follow candidate events. Follow along to read...

DeSantis vs. Crist: Everything you need to know

With the gubernatorial election just days away, Gov. Ron DeSantis, a potential 2024 Republican presidential candidate, has opened up a double-digit lead over Democratic...

Crist and DeSantis debate Florida’s future and each others’ past (includes video story)

In a fiery debate Monday night, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis called Democratic challenger Charlie Crist a “worn-out old donkey” who votes with President Joe...

High childcare costs impact mothers in more ways than one

Paulie Martinez, a single mom of two, wakes up at 5:30 a.m. on weekdays to get her two boys ready for the day. She...

‘It’s a responsibility’: Young first-time voters are determined to have their say

As Jacob Reyes waited for friends outside of the Hard Rock Stadium where the Miami Hurricanes were recently set to take on the Middle...

Local reporters address the future of journalism

Reporters from the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) took the stage yesterday for a lively discussion...

Special Report: Thousands gather for second March for Our Lives protest (includes video...

Four years ago on Valentine’s Day, 17 people were shot dead by a lone gunman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. A...