Saturday, October 23, 2021

Jordan Coll

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Jordan Coll is from Miami and is currently majoring in journalism with a minor in philosophy. He enjoys reading and meeting new people from all walks of life. His deeply embedded passions are  music, photography, travel and keeping up with current events.

Five years later, a Pulse Nightclub victim’s family still suffers (includes multimedia elements)

Jerald Arthur Wright was an innovator, a dreamer, a mayor of the block who was always careful in listening to the needs of others....

Florida’s university pandemic response ramps up for spring

As they head into spring semester, universities throughout Florida are looking to increased testing and reporting measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. With the...

Cuban vs Cuban: Young voters have different ideas in the presidential election

The choice between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden is highlighting an inter-generational divide between young Cuban-Americans born in the United...

Society Biscayne struggles with pandemic, but owners remain optimistic

Society Biscayne, a 49-story apartment complex, is rising amid the pandemic at 400 Biscayne Blvd., on the former site of the First United Methodist...

George Floyd protesters were mistreated, mocked, made vulnerable to pandemic, records show

Gibou Njie is a former two-sport athlete from Miramar who recently graduated from Regis College in Boston. This past May 31, the 21-year-old African...

Miami Run Club and Frankie Ruiz keep going despite the pandemic

With so many people at home unable to run outside in groups due to the pandemic, one coach has decided to continue his runs...
Protesters take a knee during a protest against police brutality on June 6, 2020 in Miramar. (Jordon Coll/SFMN)

Miramar protest brings stars, politicians

Important public figures showed up to the Black Lives Matter rally in Miramar on Saturday. Rapper Rick Ross, former Democratic presidential candidate and the...

Miami protesters burn police cars and shut down I-95. Curfew continues tonight. (Photos included)

Protestors and others took to the streets in downtown Miami Saturday night, set cars on fire, looted stores and blocked I-95. In response, police...

Miami barbershop opens up after two months with big debts, big crowd outside

Ricardo Rondo, a bearded Cuban dad of one son, is the owner of Ricky’s Barbershop at 10002 W Flagler. The place has been quiet...

Doral Trolley runs again, brings back a whiff of normalcy

The Doral Trolley resumed operations last week after weeks of having been shut down due to COVID-19, and the number of riders was substantial.  “The...