Sueñito

By: Gabriela Yareliz Keep the sueñito (little dream) alive. There has been a lot of backlash regarding In The Heights, with people mad at Lin-Manuel Miranda for the alleged “colorism” in the film, as many afro-latinos didn’t feel represented by the film. On the contrary, I want to point out that here we had aContinue reading “Sueñito”

Erin Andrews

By: Gabriela Yareliz Can we take a minute and talk about Erin Andrews? She is fantastic. She was born on the same day as me (that’s not why she is fantastic, but I think it’s pretty cool). She is a fellow University of Florida College of Journalism graduate. Florida girl. She also has made it in anContinue reading “Erin Andrews”

Women’s Month: Priyanka Chopra

[Image from People Magazine] By: Gabriela Yareliz Yes, Priyanka Chopra is one of the highest paid actresses in Bollywood (and one of the best, if you ask me). She is also a go-getter, singer, producer, and philanthropist; an inspiration to millions of Indian and non-Indian women, alike. Ms. Chopra is the recipient of the PadmaContinue reading “Women’s Month: Priyanka Chopra”

Celebrating Women: Ana de la Reguera

By: Gabriela Yareliz This month, March, is Women’s History Month. I have begun featuring women and their accomplishments. Women who make us feel empowered, women who are redefining beauty, and women who strive to make the world a better place. Today: Ana de la Reguera– Actress and president of VeracruzANA A.C., which was born toContinue reading “Celebrating Women: Ana de la Reguera”