11 Dec 2018

El Podcast Ep. 6

  In Episode 6, co-hosts Valeria Mejia and Monserrath Arreola, talk about the dangers of being a journalist in Mexico since being appointed the deadliest country for journalists outside of

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09 Dec 2018

The Caravan: an act of desperation becomes a weapon

What started as a peaceful protest turned into a violent catastrophe when the migrant caravan, a group of nearly 100 Central American migrants, reached the U.S.-Mexican border near the city

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05 Oct 2017

Mexico earthquake brings the country together

Jocelyn Avila’s boyfriend was in shock when his car started to sway from side to side, confused when people began evacuating the buildings — all she could do was watch

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04 Oct 2017

I stand for what I believe

I grew up as a very proud Mexican, extremely prideful of ‘mi raza’ and their fight to survive. My definition of Hispanics are hard-working, family-oriented individuals who are rich in

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20 Sep 2017

Earthquake in Mexico leaves hundreds dead

On Sept. 19, an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.1 shook the community of Mexico City and caused over 200 deaths, according to Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto’s press address.

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14 Sep 2015

Trump’s racism kills his presidential potential

While other 2016 United States presidential candidates downplay their opposition to illegal immigration, Donald Trump isn’t afraid to bring his racism and negative assumptions about immigrants to the forefront. In

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20 May 2015

Graduation holds more meaning for latino parents

With graduation right around the corner, it is important to keep in mind the people who loaned us a shoulder to cry on, who sent us reminders to keep going

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06 May 2015

Cinco de Mayo day of celebration for Bay Area

Among the crowd gathered around the south end stage on 24th and Valencia streets Saturday, three bleary-eyed teens in multicolored ponchos, sombreros and fake mustaches swayed their arms and hips

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