Monday, November 28, 2022

Angelo Gomez

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Angelo Gomez is a journalism and political science double major at Florida International University. He enjoys writing stories about politics and national issues that affect South Florida. He is currently a Hamilton Scholar for the Honors College advocating for immigration reform in Washington DC. He hopes to have a future in immigration and making a change in the country. He is a huge Marvel and Star Wars nerd, lover of all sports and a politics geek.

Embiid, Lowry out as Heat host Sixers at home for game 1 of east...

The Miami Heat continue their playoff run tonight at 7:30 against the Philadelphia 76ers at the FTX Arena for Game 1 of...

FIU creates task force for the Ukrainian community

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has caused irreparable damage in Eastern Europe. The armed conflict has taken thousands of lives as millions...

Thousands of immigrant stories recorded by Miami local archived at Library of Congress

Immigrants' memories often include hard work, resiliency, and sacrifice.  Tony Hernandez, founder of the Immigrant Archive Project, has recorded...
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Senate to make history today with Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson vote

The U.S. Senate will convene this afternoon to vote on the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. On Monday, the...

Students advocate for immigration reform at lobbying conference

Next weekend, students from across the country will descend on Washington D.C. for the Friend’s Committee on National Legislation’s student lobbying weekend....

Study finds that four in ten Latinos are worried about deportation

A Pew Research survey released this week found some distressing results: approximately  4 in 10 Latinos worry about themselves or someone close to them...

Miami local chosen as director for Smithsonian Latino museum

A museum focusing on the nation's fastest-growing ethnic group is a step closer with the announcement of its first-ever director, who also happens to...

Smithsonian exhibit highlights Latino baseball history in South Florida

As Major League Baseball's lockout threatens to delay the start of spring training and possibly even the regular season, an exhibit showcasing the history...
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Justice Breyer to retire from the Supreme Court. A Miami woman may replace him...

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement Wednesday, paving the way for President Biden to fulfill a campaign promise and nominate an African-American...

Diana Bustamante wants her son “to forge his own destiny”

Since arriving in South Florida last December from Colombia, Diana Bustamante and her family have endured the hardships of navigating a new country without...