Written by: Mariam Georgis Disney’s Encanto depicts a multigenerational story about a grandmother and her family endowed with magic gifts, who were forced to flee their village for a safer place in Colombia. The film has received critical acclaim and...
Mental health is a topic that is still associated with stigma across the world. It can be perceived as a weakness of character, for instance, or a condition best kept hidden. One of the factors that influence stigma is...
Remote work has become a part of our lives and for many has presented new challenges and new sources of stress. Let’s take a look at three things you can do to relieve stress associated with remote work and,...
As in most Latin countries, Venezuelan meals are tasty and deliciosas, especially during the holidays. Actually, if we talk about foods made with love and Latin passion, we cannot forget to mention Venezuelan desserts. Venezuelan gastronomy is a unique...
Directed by Jon M. Chu, “In the Heights” updates Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes’ Tony Award-winning musical.
Here are three examples based on the experiences of three educators in their first year of teaching.
With more than 30 million people infected and 550,000 dead, the U.S. is among the nations hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since the death of George Floyd in May, dozens of companies such as Apple, Estee Lauder and Facebook have vowed to increase diversity and inclusion in their workplaces.
The COVID-19 pandemic in the United States is the deepest and longest period of malaise in a dozen years. Our colleagues at the University of Vermont have concluded this by analyzing posts on Twitter.
For Americans 60 and older, COVID-19 is widespread and deadly. Its economic impact could also be devastating.