Regino Confesor is 40 years old and sell mango's, ice cream, and Mexican cheese doodles at the corner of Union City High School. Confesor said, "Me llaman Senor Mango." (They call me Mr. Mango). Confesor sells more than mangos, he sells natural ice cream for $2.00 and only has three flavors: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. Cheese doodles cost $3.00 … Continue reading Mr. Mango
https://vimeo.com/246898390 Many entrepreneurs are starting young and getting their small businesses up and running thanks to social media. MSU student Alyssa Rodriguez has started her own crocheting business and has watched the business grow because of Instagram marketing.
https://vimeo.com/239690482 Early classes, rushing to work, and late night study sessions are not new to the typical college student. However many students at Montclair State University have found a way to de-stress from college through yoga. Yoga is easy on joints, and relaxing on the mind providing life long health benefits.
https://vimeo.com/242080926 Imagine the next time you get locked out of your dorm room, instead of forking over 25 dollars, you'd donate a pack of socks!!! Throughout the month of October, resident students have had the option to pay residence life with a pack of socks that benefits (insert charity here). Jennifer Leon has more on … Continue reading SOCKTOBER
Words By Jennifer Leon In this honest confession, Adela Avila opens up about her past experiences with men. My mom worked a lot. She was a single mother of four kids. She worked as a maid all day. My mom got tired of Mexico, and moved to Morelos. She took my siblings but left me … Continue reading Adela’s Story
I am currently interning at Amy Delman Public Relations LLC., where texts such a press releases are written by me and then revised by my superiors. Since I am still an intern, no text that I create goes directly to the public. However, when I graduate my career goals are to become a staff … Continue reading “The Myth of Euro-beauty in Fashion Magazine NEEDS to be diminished”
https://vimeo.com/214083490 Food, family and God are three things that Piedad Mosquera can not live without. Mosquera came from Ecuador to the United States of America 45 years ago. Mosquera was a factory worker and retired 5 years ago. After her retirement, Mosquera was a Sunday school teacher at Saint Agustine's catholic church but has not been felt … Continue reading Piedad Mosquera