Articles by Victoria L. Hernández

MC Reflects on Hurricane Maria

September 28, 2017

Days after Hurricane Maria hit the island of Puerto Rico, authorities are starting to see the scope of devastation that left the US territory without water service, power or communication. “Looking at how ruined all the places where I grew up and [...]

The FED Challenge: Economics Brought to Life

May 5, 2017

According to the Manhattan College website, the College Fed Challenge is a national academic competition for undergraduates hosted annually by the Federal Reserve Bank. The participating teams analyze the current state of the U.S. economy and make a [...]

The Way Students Strike in Puerto Rico

May 1, 2017

Fellow U.S. citizens are currently protesting for their education rights. Thousands of students at Puerto Rico’s largest public university, the University of Puerto Rico (UPR), have gone on an indefinite strike to protest multimillion-dollar [...]