So I moved back to my homestate. It was a bitter sweet move, as when I left CA, I left behind what I thought was my forever life.
I left an SO who was madly in love with me, left his mother who was a prescription pill popper, a younger brother who dropped out of school, an older sister who happened to be addicted to meth.
It's been an intense last year as I have been using the time to take care of myself. I'm off anti depressants, found lifting as a way to cope and have…Continue
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Today we had a field trip and went to Dell. It was great! First we went to a room where two software designers talked about what they do and stuff. Then we tried VR; you would be in a cage underwater and then let out, at the end a shark would eat you. For me it wasn’t even scary. After that we had lunch (which was really good) and got a free copy of the book The House on Mango Street. I got a light up Dell ball that I earned when I answered a trivia question correctly. later some Zumba…Continue
Added by Kayla Segovia on July 13, 2017 at 1:46pm — No Comments
Today we had a field trip and went to Dell. Let me tell you about it!
First we went on a bus and went to Dell.First Joyce told us about their self. Then we went to the software zone and also told us about 3D printing. Then we did a little bit of VR with sharks. That was cool. Then we got a free copy of The House On Mango Street! We read a chapter then ate enchiladas and talked with volunteers…
Added by Emily Alpuche on July 13, 2017 at 1:26pm — No Comments
i went to dell for a field trip and it was really long and fun.
we did some zumba and we ate it was like a buffet a little.
also we did VR and i did the shark one and i closed my eyes for a little bc i was a little scared of doing it but it was really fun,and that is what i did in…Continue
Added by Camila Sandoval on July 13, 2017 at 1:24pm — No Comments
Today i went to Dell. I had so much fun and my favorite part was doing zumba because the zumba teacher made it so up-beat and fun. Playing on the VR was also fun; it felt so real. Today's field trip was so much fun.
Added by Isabella Cruz on July 13, 2017 at 1:00pm — No Comments
It's my second year here at Latinitas with so many fun activities. So today we worked on our documentaries. Ours was a interview with Roan Salinas so cool. …Continue
Added by Emily Alpuche on July 12, 2017 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Today was a great day at the Latinitas Cine Chica Camp. We finished editing our documentaries (FINALLY!) and most of our groups added music. My group made some cool music on garage band and added it to the credits. Then we made our own movie posters Latina/o style, we could be in partners or on our own. My partner, Emily, and I made up a movie called “The Red Barn”. Our movie was about a…Continue
Added by Kayla Segovia on July 12, 2017 at 1:15pm — No Comments
Sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3), commonly known as baking soda (not to be confused with sodium carbonate or washing soda, or baking powder, a mixture between baking soda and cream of tartar), is mostly looked upon as a cooking agent, but it has so many other uses! In cooking, it works as a leavening agent in replacement of yeast because exposure to heat and acids, such as its “best friend” vinegar, the powdery white substance produces gas, giving treats like pastries, bread,…Continue
Added by Taylor Figueroa on July 6, 2017 at 5:16pm — No Comments
Imagine a meterstick. Both ends say “extreme” and the middle says “balanced.” There is no good or bad on this spectrum, just deviations from balance. This tool can be used to measure anything, but the mean, or balance, might be perceived differently by different people, like bad sampling leading to a faulty confidence interval. Only God can see the true mean (pun intended), the true balance, and the true measure of things. That is why we are not to judge.…Continue
Added by Taylor Figueroa on July 5, 2017 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Just recently, an amazing new policy was proposed- Organic Livestock and Poultry Practices. This policy would ensure that companies using the USDA Organic label refer to “humane “ treatment of animals. Yes, more work needs to be done before the standards require 100% humane treatment, but it is far better than what is required now.
Some of the new standards include:
A minimum space requirement…
Added by Taylor Figueroa on June 11, 2017 at 1:19pm — No Comments
The Department of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management is given the responsibility of the Wild Horse and Burro Program, which seeks to manage the wild equine population. There is a debate about whether these animals are invasive species, or native to America, as thousands of years ago, horses became extinct in America, and weren't reintroduced until the 1500s, when Spanish conquistadors brought in their mustangs. Although the landscape has probably changed over the…Continue
Added by Taylor Figueroa on June 11, 2017 at 1:00pm — No Comments
My name is Arely Valenzuela. I have recently joined to Latinitas as an intern and I am really excited to start working with this organization. I have recently finished my first year of college as a business major at the University of Texas at Austin. It was a challenging but very fun experience and thanks to that I found out about Latinitas. Now that I am back in El Paso I really wish to make a positive impact through this organization.
Added by Arely Valenzuela on June 1, 2017 at 1:47pm — No Comments
Although polydactylism affects about 0.2% of the population, the fact that #5 represent the other 99.8%’s amount of fingers per hand may be one of the most important factors in the way society organizes itself. Because most people have two hands, your value became the midpoint from 0 to 10, with 9 in the highest place for a single digit. This is known as the base 10 system, which was developed in many ancient societies. Some societies even made you the base- a base 5…Continue
Added by Taylor Figueroa on May 30, 2017 at 11:30pm — No Comments
I would like to implement smart growth into the newer regions of El Paso. Three smart growth methods include the discouragement of zoning, cultivation of a community identity, and mixing of house size and price.
By discouraging zoning, businesses, parks, and schools would be able to be built within neighborhoods, making it easier for people to walk wherever they need to go. Walking reduces vehicle use, and therefore pollution and traffic,…Continue
Added by Taylor Figueroa on May 30, 2017 at 10:30am — No Comments
Hello beautiful people,
Lets get to know each other. My name is Daniela Marines. I am 26 years old (yay!). I am a college student, a full time manager at a wonderful restaurant, a blogger, a yoga fanatic and a new intern at Latinitas. For those that know me very well, they know my passion for comedy shows like the big bang theory, how i met your mother and friends. If you haven't notice the reference to friends in the post title, I encourage you to get on Netflix and watch…Continue
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There is no doubt that everyone wants to live a healthy life and to gain that healthy lifestyle you need some exercises and physical activities. If you’re a good exerciser and want to make your lifestyle just according to the way you’re expecting it to be, then leave your bed early in the morning and make an exercise schedule today. Physical Activity and Exercise fall into four prime categories in which strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility are included.…Continue
Added by Lina Edward on April 14, 2017 at 4:30am — No Comments
She’s a Tree
Look at her,
see how tall she stands.
Carrying everything and a little more.
But we never notice,
because she stands so tall
Like a tree
Her roots showing on her forehead…Continue
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