VAMOS BIEN VENEZUELA

After approximately 20 years of the depleting, violence-ridden, illegitimate Chavez-Maduro dictatorship, the people of Venezuela have rallied against the regime against all odds. We, the people of Venezuela, are taking our country back. On January 23rd, 2019, Juan Guaidó, the President of the National Assembly, was sworn in under the Venezuelan constitution as Interim President, … Continue reading VAMOS BIEN VENEZUELA

Losing 100 Pounds: The Truth

Obesity is an epidemic that is now being speculated to be the leading cause of preventable deaths in the United States, according to a study performed by Cleveland Clinic. Beyond the health issues come the social impacts. Discrimination and weight stigma are two issues that those who are classified as obese have to deal with … Continue reading Losing 100 Pounds: The Truth

Changing OUR World One Break at a Time

My two-day orientation experience was filled with overwhelming information and it was exhaustingly long. Coming in as a freshman at Florida International University, I took a stroll around the involvement fair and was overwhelmed with the many organizations trying to recruit me. At one point, I felt like giving up and just looking up the … Continue reading Changing OUR World One Break at a Time

E[at]volution: Arepas

“Epa chamo!,” “Qué onda men?,” “Que paso?,” “Que lo que?” All these phrases can be heard all around Florida International University campuses. Words are thrown together and projected amongst friends, colleagues, and passersby. They are ways of expression for the Spanish-speaking cultures at FIU, of which there are a lot of. They are slang words … Continue reading E[at]volution: Arepas