Monday, December 5, 2022

Gerard Albert III

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Gerard Albert III is a senior journalism major at Florida International University, who flip-flopped around creative interests until being pulled away by the rush of reporting. He enjoys balancing the discipline and conviction in journalism with finding creative ways to find the truth and report it. Gerard served as the Editor-in-Chief for PantherNow, FIU’s student newspaper, where he has reported on student government and student finances. Gerard carries his camera everywhere he goes and has photographed protests, sports games and everything in between. His interest in journalism started after watching Vice documentaries, reading books by Hunter S. Thompson and seeing the photographs in Time magazine and National Geographic.

From delivery guy to vice mayor, every young person is affected (includes audio story)

Samantha Coccia wasn’t wearing a mask although her patient was coughing and had a low fever. It was March, and the hospital where she...
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With new museum, New York goes to the dogs

A new museum in Manhattan is dedicated to all things dog. It's operated by the American Kennel Club. Gerard Albert III is a reporter in...
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History of drag, role of television subject of unique class

Brooklyn drag queen Venus Celestina spends hours getting ready before taking the stage for a show at New Ohio Theatre in New York’s Greenwich...

At 0.0000797113 of an acre, it’s NYC’s smallest private property

Planted outside Village Cigars in New York’s Greenwich Village, a triangle covered in mosaic tiles sits on the sidewalk. An inscription reads: “Property of...

Tourists, locals need to watch pollution in Biscayne Bay

Winter in South Florida means one thing, tourists. But visitors trying to escape the cold and catch some sun may want to think twice before...

Controversial in Florida, NYC ponders shared scooters

New York City could join Fort Lauderdale and other South Florida cities as the next metropolitan area to welcome a brigade of electric scooters. Lime,...
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GOP keeps eye on ballots in Broward

Supporters of Rick Scott and Ron DeSantis, the Republican candidates for U.S. Senate and governor, respectively, came to the Broward County election office on...