By: Gabriela Yareliz Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! There is so much happening in the world– it’s hard to know where to look. Still, you know I believe in celebrating the good stuff. Life needs more of that. I often focus on one of the attributes I love about my culture, in this first post. LastContinue reading “Hispanic Heritage Month 2021”
“Latinos be like: Graduation tickets? Yes, I need 43 of them for the family.” Truth. 🙂 With passion, people. Always with passion, or don’t do it at all.
By: Gabriela Yareliz It was early morning, and the sun hadn’t infiltrated the land in shadows below the midtown skyscrapers. Forty-second street to forty-ninth street was barricaded for no entry. I was passing Lord & Taylor, when I decided I would go in to use the restroom (the things that happen when you juice inContinue reading “The Puerto Rican Dream”
Hi dears! The first two exams of the semester are this year. Woo-hoo. Almost done with 1L! Praise God. God is so good. Congratulations to the UF graduates: Felicia (undergrad, off to be a pharmacist!), Harshul (Grad.Engineering), Sam (Grad.Engineering), Yash (Grad.Engineering) & Sydga(Grad.Engineering). I am so proud of you guys! Go Gators! May God leadContinue reading “This Week’s Picks: May 5, 2013”
By: Gabriela Yareliz It was a pleasure marching yesterday for Immigration Reform through Manhattan with a united group of dreamers and reformers. My admiration goes out for all of the immigrants who marched yesterday, unafraid. They carried their countries’ flags in one hand and the huge American flag between them. The American flag was clutchedContinue reading “Immigration Reform Rally 2013-May Day NYC”