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Taylor Gutierrez

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Taylor Gutierrez is a Cuban-American digital journalism student and intends to pursue a career as a multimedia journalist, combining her passions for writing and photography. Gutierrez currently works as a Communications Associate for FIU's Institute of Environment where she discusses issues within the field of environmental science. She hopes her writing will help bridge the gap in communication between media consumers and the scientific research community.

An immigrant’s struggles during the Russia-Ukraine war (includes multimedia content)

Ukrainian immigrant and artist Taras Kazikov thought his generation would be the first to be free from war...
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Wild fox captured and euthanized after Capitol Hill attacks

A fox wandering Capitol Hill was captured Wednesday morning and has been euthanized after biting at least 9 people including a congressman,...

Biden lifts public health border protections with CDC support

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed support last Friday for the Biden Administration ending Title 42, a controversial immigration...

Minority advocacy groups speak out against 2020 census miscount

The U.S. Census Bureau recently announced it had overcounted non-Hispanic whites and Asians and undercounted Hispanic, Black, and Native American citizens during...

Florida governor set to sign off on the strictest abortion ban in state history

With the 2022 Florida legislative finally over, Gov. Ron DeSantis is preparing to sign into law a raft of new measures. None...

National study warns coastal sea level rise could rise by a foot in 30...

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released a study projecting that sea levels will rise 10 to 12 inches by 2050 if the...
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Uyghurs in US complain of cultural genocide during Olympics (includes video story)

Uyghur immigrant Hamid Kerim escaped persecution in China and became a successful businessman in the United States. But not many Uyghur people, including his...

Florida Senate Bill favors agriculture over the Everglades

Last week, a bill passed in a Florida Senate committee guaranteed the Everglades Agricultural Area would get the irrigation water it wants from Lake...

Will America protect Hondurans?

A show of solidarity last week between Honduras’ new president, Xiomara Castro, and U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris could signal a greater chance that...
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A storm wallops the northeast and students give deep-freeze advice (includes video story)

This past weekend, winter storms buffeted the northeast with hurricane-force winds and up to two feet of snow, while in Miami, temperatures fell into...