Spring semester is coming to an end... and for many of us so it's our undergrad career (unless you're me and have to stay summer because no jobs yet but that's fine). That being said, thanks UF, for your incredible College of Journalism and Communications. Here, I met my best friend (forever duh), my love, … Continue reading It’s Great To Be A Florida CJC!
If you’re looking for something more than a good read, and way beyond just a book for fun, thenTipping Point is the way to go. I’ll tell you though, it’s not an easy read.Malcolm Gladwell's book is all about how an idea or a social behavior can spread like a virus. Gladwell explains that the … Continue reading Tipping Point: A Review
WUFT can be a great place to meet incredible multimedia journalists. In my two years here at UF, I've come across remarkable people that I know for a fact will go far in life. They will definitely be people I'm gonna watch on TV and say: yep! I worked with them! A lot of them … Continue reading Newsroom Ladies #2: Hard Workers! (and there’s a Venezuelan too!)
As you may know by now, I am a Newsroom lady and a news addict pretty much. And I am not the only one! WUFT news here at UF has an incredible number of good reporters for all the mediums. And some of them have great blogs that are worth your while. But being in … Continue reading Newsroom Ladies: Beauty and Self-Love Tips
Horst and Luisa Ferrero's lives took an unimaginable turn in 2007. But from a tragedy, they managed to bring hope and light to not just themselves, but to Gainesville as well. This is a little different than what I've been writing about. Horst, Luisa and their children don't live in Gainesville anymore. But they sure … Continue reading Community Leaders: Horst and Luisa Ferrero
When I was researching people to interview.. I never thought I'd come up with someone so important to Gainesville like Mr Michael Diaz and his son Luis. Born in Venezuela, Luis A. Diaz is the Co-Founder and Director of Development of one of the most important and recognized places in Gainesville: Town of Tioga. Town of … Continue reading Tioga’s Master Minds: Luis and Michael Diaz
"I grew up with both cultures and both languages.. they are part of who I am and I love it."
"They've always wanted me to not face any sort of glass ceiling.. they thought that if we stayed in Venezuela, that I wouldn't be able to grow anymore and they wanted the best future for me, and for the family."