Thursday, January 20, 2022

Tag: Zoom

Hialeah program aids women and children braving the COVID storm

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children in Hialeah had to limit its face-to-face consultations, but...

Alone at 15 when his grandmother died, Bruce Ramirez-Duran has made...

After aging out of the foster care system, 19-year-old Bruce Ramirez-Duran is navigating life as an independent college student. He was born in the United...

He has autism and poor sight, but was learning new skills....

Attending the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired has allowed 29-year-old Christian Castello, who has autism and vision problems, to be more...

With spring semester approaching, students reflect on online learning

With the new semester just a week away, students and professors at South Florida’s universities say the transition to online learning, while not without...

North Miami Avenue Church of God celebrating Christmas virtually

The North Miami Avenue Church of God would be normally filled this time of year with families gathered for the different events and services...

“This is really challenging, it’s a tough time right now” (includes...

How much longer will it be until the streets of Brickell and Wynwood fill up with groups of people going from bar to club,...

The show must go on at Miami Arts Charter – even...

As South Florida gradually begins to reopen its schools again for in-person learning, Miami Arts Charter School students are not only back in class,...

The future of university teaching is online

Mihaela Plugarasu has been a professor of communication arts at Florida International University for four years. When the pandemic started, she, like many other...

Democratic socialists in Miami seek a third way

With the 2020 election just weeks away, the local Democratic Socialists of America chapter is reaching out to young voters dissatisfied with both President...

Virtual clubs let you dance through the pandemic (includes video story)

When COVID-19 first struck the United States, many entertainment venues were forced to close. As the number of cases continues to rise months later,...