Sunday, September 24, 2023

Nicole Ardila

Nicole Ardila is a digital broadcasting major at FIU, also pursuing a minor in psychology. She's reported for Caplin News from Washington, D.C. for an NBCU Academy Fellowship and directed the Opinion section for FIU’s student media, PantherNOW. In the future, she hopes to become a photojournalist and producer for documentaries/film to share important stories from across the world.

Commissioners delay water park vote as experts defend wildlife (includes video story)

Developers of the Miami Wilds water park continue to wait for a decision on their proposed lease extension after the Miami-Dade County...

Fire-fighting drones: the potential future of managing wildfires (includes video story)

Smoke-sniffing drones could be the future of fighting wildfires in California thanks to engineers at the University of California, Davis. 

Volunteers shocked by piles of trash found in Bayfront Park water (includes video story)

Organizations and volunteers came together at Bayfront Park this past Friday to clean up one of Miami’s biggest messes: plastic on the...

Kids suffer from chronic diseases and more due to poor diets (includes video story)

Dietitians, nutritionists, and psychologists are concerned about the critical mental and physical health issues that U.S. children and adolescents could develop in...

School districts sue tech companies over youth mental health (includes video story)

Several school districts across the United States are suing social media companies, blaming them for worsening the youth mental health crisis and...

Ted Lasso cast visits the White House (includes video story)

The White House on Monday hosted the cast and crew of the Apple TV+ series “Ted Lasso,” including star Jason Sudeikis, to...

DC’s National Cherry Blossom Festival begins during bloom peak (includes video story)

As the National Cherry Blossom Festival kicks off this week in Washington D.C., locals and tourists gather to enjoy the explosions of...

Artificial intelligence chatbots are slowly replacing human relationships

With artificial intelligence advancing quickly, the prevalence of people turning to digital companions to meet their relationship needs is likely to increase...

Post-pandemic youth mental health crisis alarms experts and officials

Psychologists and mental health experts are calling for action after finding “alarming” data in the latest report by the U.S. Centers for...

Senators push bill protecting kids from online danger (includes video story)

Lawmakers from both sides of the political aisle met for a hearing Tuesday to reintroduce the Kids Online Safety Act, which would...