America Lopez-Santiago

Articles by America Lopez-Santiago

New AL DÍA scholarship allows LatinX communication students to find their voice

The sound of applause echoed off the mansion walls as Cabrini’s President Donald Taylor and Hernán Guaracao, founder and CEO of AL DÍA, shook hands,… Read More

Changing ‘Alien’ to ‘Undocumented’ acknowledges immigrants’ humanity

Alien. One word can change how people view a person. When someone hears this, the first thing they think is an extraterrestrial. People don’t… Read More

The real meaning behind Cinco de Mayo

Editor’s Note: This first appeared on the Cabrini University Blog Cinco de Mayo, held annually on May 5, is a time to celebrate for… Read More

How universities are preparing for another year of COVID-19

It has been a year since the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 pandemic.  Throughout the year, many places have struggled, and that includes… Read More

Women continue tradition of female leadership at Cabrini

Throughout history, women have struggled with equality. That’s why we have history months to celebrate individual groups. Cabrini University was started by two empowered… Read More

How history books will include the US Capitol attack

During the past year, many historical moments took place. Many of these events are forming our history and our future. These moments that we… Read More

What you should know about the upcoming election

After the president serves four years in office, it’s election time. The people decide to elect someone new or re-elect the current president for… Read More

Major league stadiums serving as polling sites for 2020 election

During the presidential elections, there are many places where one can go vote. Some places might be schools and libraries. However, the polling places… Read More

What you should know about the Electoral College

Many people may believe that their vote doesn’t count during elections. Part of the reason for that feeling is based on the role of… Read More

55 years since signing the Voting Rights Act and how it’s still important today

Voting has come a long way since the first time the Constitution granted voting rights to white men. The expansion of voting rights was… Read More

New AL DÍA scholarship allows LatinX communication students to find their voice

The sound of applause echoed off the mansion walls as Cabrini’s President Donald Taylor and Hernán Guaracao, founder and CEO of AL DÍA, shook hands,… Read More

Changing ‘Alien’ to ‘Undocumented’ acknowledges immigrants’ humanity

Alien. One word can change how people view a person. When someone hears this, the first thing they think is an extraterrestrial. People don’t… Read More

The real meaning behind Cinco de Mayo

Editor’s Note: This first appeared on the Cabrini University Blog Cinco de Mayo, held annually on May 5, is a time to celebrate for… Read More

How universities are preparing for another year of COVID-19

It has been a year since the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 pandemic.  Throughout the year, many places have struggled, and that includes… Read More

Women continue tradition of female leadership at Cabrini

Throughout history, women have struggled with equality. That’s why we have history months to celebrate individual groups. Cabrini University was started by two empowered… Read More

How history books will include the US Capitol attack

During the past year, many historical moments took place. Many of these events are forming our history and our future. These moments that we… Read More

What you should know about the upcoming election

After the president serves four years in office, it’s election time. The people decide to elect someone new or re-elect the current president for… Read More

Major league stadiums serving as polling sites for 2020 election

During the presidential elections, there are many places where one can go vote. Some places might be schools and libraries. However, the polling places… Read More

What you should know about the Electoral College

Many people may believe that their vote doesn’t count during elections. Part of the reason for that feeling is based on the role of… Read More

55 years since signing the Voting Rights Act and how it’s still important today

Voting has come a long way since the first time the Constitution granted voting rights to white men. The expansion of voting rights was… Read More
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