Anthony Scaramucci: New White House Communications Director

By Dru Barcelo On July 21, 2017, 52-year-old New Yorker Anthony Scaramucci was appointed as the new White House Communications Director. He will be the man who will face the press, acting as our window into what is going on within the White House. Graduate of Harvard Law School, Mr. Scaramucci made his name as … Continue reading Anthony Scaramucci: New White House Communications Director

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What You Need To Know About 4:44

By Ericka Miller  “If I wasn’t a superhero in your face/My heart breaks for the day I have to explain my mistakes, and the mask goes away.” That’s just a few verses from Jay-Z’s new song, 4:44, from his latest hit album of the same name. This album tackles Jay-Z’s  mistakes in life, his regrets, … Continue reading What You Need To Know About 4:44

Venezuelan Politician, Leopoldo López, Released From Prison And Now On House Arrest

By Nathalie Del Valle Saturday, July 8, Leopoldo López was released from prison and placed under house arrest after being imprisoned for over three years. Leopoldo López is a Venezuelan politician that founded a political party named Voluntad Popular and co-founded the political party Primero Justicia. He also was the mayor of Chacao from 2000 … Continue reading Venezuelan Politician, Leopoldo López, Released From Prison And Now On House Arrest

Donald Trump Jr. Colludes with Russia

By Dru Barcelo  Donald Trump Jr., President Trump's eldest son has supposedly met with a Russian Lawyer in the midst of the 2016 presidential election on June 9th, 2016, furthering the legitimacy of possible ties of the Trump administration to Russia. Before making any dubious claims on the matter, the facts stand as Donald Trump … Continue reading Donald Trump Jr. Colludes with Russia

G20 Summit 2017 Hamburg: Recap

By Alexandra Reboredo The annual meeting of the Group of Twenty (G20)–made up of 20 countries and the European Union with almost two-thirds of the world’s population–was held in Hamburg, Germany. Leaders of industrialized and economically-developed countries gathered for the twelfth time after Germany gained presidency of the G20 on December 1, 2016. U.S. President … Continue reading G20 Summit 2017 Hamburg: Recap

Democratic Senators Show Strong Concern for Minority Students in Letter to EdSec Betsy DeVos

By Sabine Joseph Last Tuesday, led by Washington Sen. Patty Murray, 33 Democratic senators and Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders penned a strongly worded letter to Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos regarding what they feel is her disappointing and alarming lack of dedication to making sure that  “all students, no matter their race, religion, disability, country … Continue reading Democratic Senators Show Strong Concern for Minority Students in Letter to EdSec Betsy DeVos

What to do for the Fourth of July in Miami

By Daylin Delgado Residents of Miami aren’t strangers to having in the sun complete with barbecues and backyard fireworks on Independence Day. While some households prefer to celebrate July 4 at home, there’s still lots to do and events to attend throughout South Florida that will guarantee an unforgettable day. Key Biscayne Fourth of July Parade … Continue reading What to do for the Fourth of July in Miami