Lauren Migaki

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¿Cómo lleno la solicitud de FAFSA? Una guía bilingüe

Wednesday, February 03, 2021

Aquí te presentamos una guía sobre cómo llenar la solicitud de FAFSA con consejos en español para toda la familia.


'We're Living The News': Student Journalists Are Owning The College Reopening Story

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Student newsrooms have been tirelessly reporting on college reopening plans — and their editorials haven't held back.


What Are Your Childhood Memories Of Big News Events?

Friday, January 25, 2019

Think back to a time when you were growing up and something big was going on in the world. What did you hear about it? What misconceptions did you have? We want to hear your story.


After Maria, One Of The World's Best Bioluminescent Bays Slowly Begins To Glow Again

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Hurricane Maria wreaked havoc on Vieques, an island 8 miles off the coast of Puerto Rico. Its bioluminescent bay, a lifeline for its vital tourism industry, is starting to show signs of recovery.


Puerto Rican Island 'Still In Crisis Mode' 3 Months After Maria

Friday, December 22, 2017

The health clinic is operating, often by flashlight, out of tents. The island's bleak recovery epitomizes the unevenness of the disaster relief effort in the hurricane-devastated U.S. territory.


After Maria, Puerto Rico Struggles Under The Weight Of Its Own Garbage

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Even before Maria hit, most of the island's landfills were filled beyond capacity and nearly half had EPA closure orders. The storm generated millions of cubic yards of waste and debris.


2 Schools Reopen Their Doors In Puerto Rico

Friday, October 06, 2017

Schools across Puerto Rico are still largely closed since the storm hit. But two have opened as school leaders try to bring some normalcy to students' lives.


Anne Frank's Diary At 75

Friday, June 23, 2017

It's been 75 years since 13-year-old Anne Frank sat down to write her first diary entry about hiding during World War II. Today, her legacy is carried on at an elementary school in Philadelphia.


At 92, A Japanese-American Reflects On The Lessons Of Internment Camps

Wednesday, December 07, 2016

Aiko Herzig-Yoshinaga was at a Los Angeles high school when she and other Japanese-Americans were placed in internment camps. Decades later, her efforts helped lead to an official apology.


Japanese Organizing Consultant Marie Kondo Takes America By Storm

Thursday, January 07, 2016

Marie Kondo has been called the Beyonce of tidying. The Japanese author has a cult-like following in the U.S. and her book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, has topped the best-seller lists.


As Brazil's Largest City Struggles With Drought, Residents Are Leaving

Sunday, November 22, 2015

It happened slowly at first. The reservoir's water level dropped, so the resort extended the boat launch ramp.

Then they had to add another extension.

Eventually, the water dropped so much that business dried up — along with the lake.

"For this coming weekend, there's not one reservation. This business ...


Music Release: Gin Wigmore's 'Blood To Bone'

Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Singer-songwriter Gin Wigmore's soul-infused rock songs are deeply personal. The New Zealand-born musician has been baring her emotions and personal life in her songs since she was a teenager.


'Close Up Baltimore' Tells Stories Of The City, One Portrait At A Time

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Inspired by the popular Humans of New York blog, a photographer is aiming to take 200 portraits of his fellow Baltimore residents.


As Crimea's Borders Change, So Do Lives

Friday, October 31, 2014

It's like a scene from an old Soviet movie playing out before our eyes in 2014.

Dozens of young Crimeans, with innocent faces and crisp blue uniforms, stand at attention and declare oaths of loyalty to Russia.

They are the first class of Crimean recruits training to be officers in ...


In Crimea, Many Signs Of Russia, Few Of Resistance

Monday, October 27, 2014

Russia's takeover of Crimea extends from the flags over government buildings to passports to the labels on wine bottles. Despite the international criticism, many Crimeans are happy to rejoin Moscow.


Horton Meets A ... Who? Introducing The Kwuggerbug, From Seuss' 'Lost Stories'

Monday, September 08, 2014

Seuss died in 1991, but a new collection of his lesser-known work comes out Tuesday. Horton and the Kwuggerbug and More Lost Stories includes four tales Seuss originally wrote as magazine columns.


'Our Birds': Migratory Journeys Converge In Baltimore Gardens

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

A program that provides food and shelter to migratory birds has enlisted immigrant women in the effort. "When I see them here," says one woman, "it reminds me of my garden back home in Mexico."