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When Did Neil Armstrong Land On The Moon And Why Do Some People Still Believe It Didn't Happen?


July 20, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

It was a giant leap for mankind, but did Neil Armstrong land on the Moon? It's been almost 50 years, and people still wonder if the 1969 event was real.

Pancho Villa: Things You Didn't Know About One Of The Most Wanted People In The US


July 20, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Even before being wanted by the US government, Pancho Villa had already become an international celebrity.

When You Stop Trying To Define Your Cultural Identity: 4 Things I've Learned Along The Way


July 19, 2018

|Zoralis Pérez

Trying to define your cultural identity when it includes aspects of more than one culture can lead to several existential crises.

Latinos In The United States Can Change The Destiny Of The Country


July 19, 2018

|Patricia Cordero

Latinos in the United States are not the sleeping giant. They have the power to crush candidates or leaders that stand against their ideals.

Rihanna Vs. Kylie: 5 Must-Have Palettes You Need For This Summer Makeup


July 19, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Rihanna, Kylie, Jeffree Star, and many other makeup gurus have been releasing their summer makeup collections and they're beyond gorgeous. Here are the best ones!

5 Mistakes In 'The Dark Knight' That Prove Even Masterpieces Have Flaws


July 18, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

The Dark Knight turned 10 years old. Here are 5 mistakes that prove that masterpieces aren't flawless.

Nelson Mandela Quotes That Will Help You Understand His Legacy


July 18, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Through these Nelson Mandela quotes you'll learn more about one of the most prominent characters in modern history; who fought against racism and oppression in his native South Africa.

How To Bring Millennial Voters To The Ballots? Cultura Colectiva Will Share Its Learnings


July 17, 2018

|Patricia Cordero

Millennial voters can't be taken for granted in these 2018 mid term elections in the United States.

Yung Jake: The Artist Who Creates Emoji Portraits With Thousands of Icons


July 17, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Artist Ying Kale creates emoji portraits that explore the role the digital world plays in our current reality.