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Rachel Slaiman

  • Entrepreneurship
    Drivers License Denied

    Driving for many people is a necessity and a way to get around without having to rely on public transportation or family and friends. It is a sense of freedom and provides independence for millions of people. With all that said, what is happening to driving these days? In Arizona, young immigrants...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Mine Workers Are Still Trapped

    Working as a construction worker or in the mines is probably one of the most dangerous jobs that anyone could do. Lives are at risk because there is so much electric work and other kinds of dangers that if not careful, someone could get injured. Yet imagine that you are working in...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Newspapers Are Still Around Even in a Competitive Digital World

    It is no secret that the way we get our news today is through multiple mediums, yes, multiple mediums. Some still prefer the digital version while others prefer the print. But that should not matter because people are still getting the news about the world, some way, somehow. With the newspaper industry...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Don’t Let Deportation Tear Families Apart

    When a child comes into the world it changes things (almost everything). Think about it. They are the next generation that will take over companies, adopt new technology, and find alternative ways on doing things and so forth. They are where some say, the ‘mold that holds everything together’. Yet what happens...

  • Entertainment
    Bones Found and Human Bodies Created; But How?

    For archaeologists and researchers alike, the thought of finding human remains or any kind of bones and other artifacts for that matter, is fascinating. They are able to get answers to questions that many researchers before them were unable to answer. Even though the world has gone digital, archaeologist stills uses old...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Computer Science and Women?

    In this ever changing world, industries need to predict what is going to happen in less time than say, a few decades ago. The change from print to digital was slow at first, but now it seems like the way to go to get information. Yes, there are some ‘old’ ways that...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Your Pet Can No Longer Get A Tattoo in NY

    Is it animal cruelty or showing your pet that you love them? Some acts that you do to your pet may seem completely normal, but to some they may be uncomfortable. Dressing dogs up, for example, is a fashion statement among many pet owners. Other owners may have a small house for...

  • New York
    Vive Mejor!!! Live Better

    An evening of hearing and talking about tips, trends, pampering and more, offered Latinas an opportunity to...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Banning Live Animals at the Circus?

    When you think of a circus, what comes to mind? The trapeze acts, musicians, hoopers, tightrope walkers, jugglers, unicyclists, clowns, the trainer, and of course live animals are some of the few things that come to mind. Yet, if you miss one of the components to the circus, what happens? One thing...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Waiting Until We Turn 21?

    Coming to this country to make a better life for yourself or to seek the American Dream keeps getting harder and harder because of new laws, there is no denying that. There are so many loop holes to jump through and actually being accepted into a favorable status seems like the process...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Immigration

    Immigrating to a new country where many people don’t know the language, the culture or history can be very scary and not to mention, a complicated process. People are immigrating for a better life, provide for their family, or in some cases, to start fresh again. Most may think that the experience...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Cyber Bullying in a Positive Light

    Too many of us are guilty of judging people way too quickly. It is natural for people to do this and we are human, but too much hurt can go a little too far. Insults can vary among people and some take it extremely personal, almost to the point of believing that...

  • Entertainment
    Actress Angelic Zambrana Stars in Musical Chairs

    Acting involves being able to capture the audience’s attention to make them see what you are doing...

  • Entrepreneurship
    How Do You Answer: What Is Your Race?

    The census is taken every ten years to figure out who is living in the country, what languages we are speaking, household income, and so much more. The census really brings back the term ‘melting pot’ and gives people a sense of what America is made up of and the direction it...

  • Fashion
    Where Fashion and Music Combine Right in New York City: Where else?

    Is it art or is it something else? That is the beauty of fashion and New York City where anything really can be a work of art. Artists look at objects and see them from a different point of view. The photographers capture moments in a single flash. The sculptors get the...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Bringing Awarness to Autism

    Arguably, people help out each other for one reason, because it feels good. They don’t because they have to, they do it out of the kindness of their heart. We are so grateful to have people like this in the world who are willing to take an extra few minutes out of...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Protesting in Venezuela Turns Violent

    It is unfair that people have to go to extreme lengths to get their point across and try to do something that creates change. It is unfair of how some country’s governments are run to the point where people are almost forced one way or another just to survive. Yet, this is...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Circus Accident During a Rhode Island Performance

    Circuses provide a great form of entertainment for all ages. It takes great talent, precision and timing to do the acrobatics and provide a great experience for the audience. Yet no two performances are alike and while everything may look ‘awesome’, it is no joke that something may go wrong, even with...

  • New York
    From Pay Phone to a Wi-Fi Spot?

    Everything that use to be ‘the way of life’ is slowly becoming digital. There is less mail with paperless bills, there are reminders via a text message, being able to buy groceries online, and remember those phones that you use to put a quarter in and dial a number? Yes, the pay...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Representing: A College Student Wins Journalism Award

    It is easy to find talent among a group of people, but it is harder to find really good talent that captures the essence of the overall perspective. Some writers have this natural talent and can dig deeper into a particular topic and write something that is very compelling. Annually given, the...

  • New York
    Leech Therapy May Be Coming Back

    Can an age-old technique help with curing a wound? It is possible that what was once a treatment being used almost 200 years ago that could help someone today? The healthcare field changes more rapidly than most other industries because new technology is surfacing, new theories are being tested and more importantly,...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Yes, Entrepreneurship is Possible

    Entrepreneurship takes a new idea, some money and ambition to launch the idea. Once the idea gets going, it hopefully gets the recognition of the general public that it needs and becomes a competitor in the industry. Asdrubal Hernandez and his wife Maria Angelica Garcia are founders of Sudaquia, a new Spanish...

  • Entrepreneurship
    From the Director’s Chair: An Interview about “Cesar’s Last Fast”

    Documentaries are those kinds of films that take a single topic and make it broader than what the average person knows already. It shows the good and maybe, not so good, side of a topic, but what is needed for the people to understand it on a deeper level. Cesar’s Last Fast...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Remembering the Literary Giant Gabriel Garcia Marquez

    Living a life long legacy of writing and touching our hearts with his popular novels, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, “Gabo”, passed away April 17 at the age of 87. Marquez was battling lymphatic cancer in 1999 and developed senile dementia in 2012. Just a few weeks ago, he was being hospitalized and being...

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