QAnon entered my life uneventfully as if it were there already. Like many during this pandemic, my days are spent mindlessly scrolling on social media in between completing tasks for work or … [Read more...] about Facebook Pledged to Take Down Thousands of Pro-QAnon Accounts (Again), But Users Are Adapting
A look into the rise of podcasts and how our generation consumes media. Let’s say you’re walking to the bus from class and you want to listen to something other than the album you’ve had on repeat. … [Read more...] about Are Podcasts The Future of Radio?
Prior to the Student Life Cinema Gaming Committee’s annual Noles Play for Child’s Play charity event, I had the opportunity to interview Joshua Miller, the main chair of the Gaming Committee and a … [Read more...] about Noles Play For Child’s Play: Gaming For A Good Cause
What happens when a first-generation immigrant achieves a high level of success and their kids don’t know where to start? In August 1987, my father, a kid from Miami that immigrated from Cuba … [Read more...] about My Parents Achieved the American Dream: Now What?