Dos Mundos celebrates anniversary by adapting to COVID-19 crisis

By Chara Dos Mundos is not celebrating its latest anniversary in typical fashion. Rather than staging a big party, as is often the case, the bilingual newspaper is observing its anniversary this month by dealing with a problem that is affecting the rest of the world: the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. COVID-19 has affected the way […]

COVID-19 survivor wants to create awareness

By Chara A few months ago, Maria Beatriz Gonzalez was skeptical about the existence of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). That changed when the virus attacked her and her family. It started when Gonzalez felt dizzy. Because she suffers from high blood pressure, she thought that was causing her dizziness at first. One night after fainting, […]

DACA safe for now but fight continues

By Angie Baldelomar On June 18, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against President Trump over his attempt to end the Obama-era immigration program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). However, supporters warn that, though the program is safe for now, the decision suggests Trump can terminate the program through a more lawful path. […]