Lo Último 28 de Abril de 2017

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Monica Logroño and Kristine Aponte host the second episode of Lo último. They discuss Philadelphians coming together to send medical aid to those injured amidst Venezuelan protests, as well as the Day Without Immigrants taking place in Philadelphia on May 1st. Roberto Pelucarte catches us up with the latest in sports, including the NFL Draft being held in Philadelphia, and our very own Temple Owl, Haason Reddick, being the 13th overall pick in the draft. Izamarie finishes the program with our five day weather forecast. Stay tuned for Fall 2017 when Lo último picks up again with the latest in Latino news.

Monica Logroño y Kristine Aponte presentan el segundo episodio de Lo último. Discuten sobre ciudadanos de Filadelfia que vienen juntos para enviar ayuda médica a los heridos en las protestas de Venezuela y también hablan sobre El Día Sin Inmigrantes, teniendo lugar en Filadelfia el 1 de mayo. Roberto Pelucarte nos informa con lo último en deportes como el NFL Draft en Filadelfia y nuestro propio buho, Haason Reddick, siendo selección decimotercero en el draft. Izamarie termina el programa con nuestra pronóstico de cinco días. Siga sintonizado para otoño de 2017 cuando Lo último regresa otra vez con las últimas noticias de los latinos.

El primer episodio de Lo último

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This is the first episode of Lo último, a news cast entirely in Spanish. Monica Logroño is our host starting our show with news of the bomb dropped by the United States onto an ISIS center in Afghanistan. Later, she sat down with Eli Laban, a senior recently Emmy nominated for his documentary series in Nicaragua. Roberto Pelucarte is at the sports desk discussing the sad report of the recent passing of Temple’s former football coach, Wayne Hardin. And Izamarie Camacho finishes with the five day weather forecast.

Este es el primer episodio de Lo último, un noticiero totalmente en Español. Monica Logroño es nuestra anfitrión, comenzando nuestro programa con la noticia de la bomba lanzada por los Estados Unidos en una base de ISIS en Afganistán. Luego, ella sentó con Eli LaBan sobre su reciente nominación a los Emmys por sus documentales en Nicaragua. Roberto Pelucarte está reportando los deportes, y el reciente fallecimiento del ex entrenador de fútbol americano de Temple, Wayne Hardin. Y en el clima, Izamarie Camacho termina el programa con el pronosticó de los próximos cinco días.

Activate TU Vying for Your Vote in the 2017 TSG Election

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“Reform What Exists,” is one of the mantras of Activate TU. They discuss how being more approachable and visible on campus as well as raising awareness of sexual violence for assault prevention are tangible ways to improve TSG. They also wish to further inclusivity at Temple and in the surrounding Philadelphia community.

Tyrell Mann-Barnes, the Presidential candidate, Kayla Martin, running for Vice President of Services, and Paige Hill, running for the Vice President of External Affairs, are the trio of Activate TU. Mann-Barnes and Martin have both served on TSG this past year, but Hill is new to the realm.

Mann-Barnes is the current vice president of SAASA, Student Activists Against Sexual Assault. This club recently hosted the Walk TU, and a large amount of students walked supporting SAASA’s initiative to raise awareness against sexual violence. The night before the walk, Mann-Barnes planned a panel for students to hear about the available resources on campus for sexual assault victims and have the opportunity to ask questions.

Kayla Martin is the President of the National Black Law Students Association, and Paige Hill is a part of “Honorables of Color.” Martin says, “We want to make sure that we are consistently present. And I think that a great benefit of that, is that a lot of us have been present in other ways before Temple Student Government. We don’t plan to leave those organizations, and we don’t plan to neglect those spaces.”

They are determined to bridge the Philadelphia community with Temple University. They desire to create an alternative spring break that would educate students about Philadelphia’s rich history and cause a deeper appreciation for the city. They also want to reinstate the Bridge program that connects local high school students to the university.

Their stance against the on-campus football stadium is entirely dependent upon its negative impact towards the community. Hill says, “We really want to be vocal about making sure that this stadium does not displace arguably, the thousands of people that it could affect in the North Philadelphia community.”

Activate TU’s platform addresses several other points and can be found here. Their busy campaign season covered a wide breadth of places including a visit to Free Food Fun Fridays, the Queer Student Union, Freely Magazine’s Launch event, and much more. Vote on April 4th and April 5th.