Mingson Lau expects to graduate in summer 2022 with a degree in journalism. Lau, who has worked for The State Press, Arizona Horizon and local Arizonan publications, is working in the Phoenix News Bureau and hopes to earn a master’s degree in mass communications in summer 2023.
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MESA – After Joan Leafman’s daughter died of breast cancer, the Mesa woman started a foundation in her honor to provide food and health care to children in need. Today, Corbin’s Legacy helps operate a clinic in one Mesa elementary school, providing important screenings to underserved kids.
Los artistas hispanos se unen para luchar contra la desinformación y fomentar las pruebas y las vacunas contra COVID
PHOENIX — Los artistas hispanos ayudan a navegar la información de las vacunas COVID-19 y las pruebas a través del arte para la comunidad hispana.
In one west Phoenix neighborhood, Latina moms came together to combat the issue of unhealthy air by targeting school buses.
PHOENIX – The results of Phoenix’s cool pavement study give reason for optimism, but researchers and project administrators say more testing is needed.
TEMPE – Political cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz is the latest contributor to the COVID Latino project, which aims to disseminate information – and counter COVID-19 misinformation – through art.
PHOENIX – A Maricopa County Superior Court judge ruled the Arizona Legislature’s ban on school mask mandates was unconstitutionally included in budget bills, paving the way for schools to continue requiring masks.