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Rafael Hernandez

Rafael Hernandez
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Rafael Hernandez is a Venezuelan-American senior at Florida International University pursuing a bachelor’s degree in digital journalism. With a passion for writing, politics, and social issues, he hopes to achieve a career in the news media industry after graduating.

This group aims to bring Jews and Muslims together. The job has never been...

Nearly a month after the start of the Israel-Gaza war, people from Miami’s Jewish and Muslim communities walked down their city’s streets slide-by-side. Hosted by...

Little Havana’s hidden secrets lured an Ohio writer to create a visual showcase. Here’s...

Steve Wright was born over 1,000 miles away from Miami’s Little Havana, but the neighborhood’s history and culture made him never want to leave. Since...

For breast cancer survivors, More Than Pink Walk provides community and hope

In the same year as the birth of her son, Sarah Fernandez-Mendoza discovered warning signs of the disease that would take her life. Diagnosed with...

Can artificial intelligence be creative?: Interview with Dr. Mark Finlayson 

Artificial intelligence is a touchy subject. Some fear AI’s potential to take jobs away from workers, while others embrace the convivence it could bring...

Visiting this Kendall man’s arcade is time travel for gamers

Stepping into Rick Medina’s Arcade Odyssey in Kendall feels like traveling back in time.  Neon purples and bright yellows illuminate a venue packed wall-to-wall with...

Miramar unveils Twin Tower relics to honor 9/11 victims (includes video story)

Monday’s 9/11 memorial events marked 22 years since a badly shaken nation came together in solidarity. The city of Miramar stood with the rest...

Miramar Cultural Center hosts Comics Expo (includes video story)

The Miramar Comics Expo filled the halls of the Miramar Cultural Center last Saturday with comic books, games and activities galore. The exposition is an...

Lizbeth Uzcategui supports fellow amputees with AMPOWER

Lizbeth Uzcategui was born without a right arm below the elbow and only three fingers on her left hand, but that did not stop...

Miami Swim Week wraps up over 50 events (includes video story)

Miami Swim Week, the world's largest swim festival, hosted over 50 events and 100 designers last week. One of the shows was the Daer Swim...

Homestead’s tech library, Cybrarium, takes a modern twist on public libraries

A child puts on a virtual reality headset, transporting himself from the real world to the digital dunes of Egypt. On the floor above, a...