Panama Papers Controversy

By Nathalie Mairena On April 3, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, or the ICIJ, released millions of confidential documents identifying politicians, celebrities, and businesses connected to Mossack Fonseca, a law firm in Panama, connecting them to a network of suspicious financial activity; the so-called ‘Panama Papers’ have caused a stir around the world. The … Continue reading Panama Papers Controversy


Boris Sanchez: MLEC Alumni and CNN Correspondent Returns to Miami

Alumni Boris Sanchez visited MLEC's journalism class and shared a few wise words about working hard, having "a relentless pursuit of greatness" and a "thirst for knowledge." Sanchez is a CNN Correspondent based in NY and is now moving back to South Florida to work out of CNN's Miami bureau and be closer to family.

Avoid Health and Fitness Myths

By Juanita Cardona It can be surprising to realize that there are workouts or diets that aren’t really beneficial for your body. It might be even more surprising to find out that some of the best physical activities don’t require treadmills or weight machines. It's best to find out if that new weight loss trend … Continue reading Avoid Health and Fitness Myths

New York’s Free Futuristic Payphones

By Melissa Ricardo Currently lining the streets of New York are old payphones that sit unused and abandonedㅡbut they won’t be for much longer. Just like the city bustling around them, they are evolving into the future, catching up to the rest of today’s technology. They are in the process of being modified to meet … Continue reading New York’s Free Futuristic Payphones