Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Sofia Zuñiga

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Sofia Zuñiga is pursuing a bachelor's in Digital Journalism with a master's in Global Strategic Communication. She is also completing a minor in Social Media and E-Marketing Analytics, and a certificate in Queer Studies. Currently, she is an NBCU fellow, where she hopes to promote social awareness and educate the public on community efforts.
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Julie Brown uncovered the Jeffrey Epstein story

Inspicio, our sister magazine, this week published interviews with Miami Herald investigative reporter Julie K. Brown, whose coverage of Jeffrey Epstein led...

Sunshine State Awards honor Florida journalists

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Shevrin Jones, Florida’s first openly gay senator, fights to hold onto his job

In 2018, Florida representative Shevrin Jones decided to disclose his homosexuality to the world. He was running for...

Voters speak out opposing and supporting Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” law (includes multimedia content)

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Five concerts that can’t be missed this summer

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South Florida fish filled with prescription drugs

When you stop using your medicine, you likely just dump it down the toilet. But what happens when everyone...

New Deering Estate art exhibit: “Prelude to 2100”

The interactive art exhibit "Prelude to 2100" opening Thursday presents the historic Deering Estate as a place of refuge for people from around the...

FIU student Gustavo Ortega doubles as rising Latin artist

At 11 years old, Gustavo Ortega rushed from school to his family’s home in Valencia, Venezuela to recreate songs he’d watch on MTV. He...

Five best events at the Miami Book Fair

After a fully online event last year, the Miami Book Fair is returning for a hybrid experience from November 14 to 21. About 300 authors...