Author: The WORD

What Does It Take To Become a Food Writer?

Article by Katherine Hernandez
Interest in food writing increased in recent years because of millennials who used blogs and Instagram about food at the restaurants where they were being served. These early pioneers were more interested in informing their friends and followers than planning on careers but so many were doing it that it became a trend that inspired imaginations.

Si Se Puede, Yes We Can

Article by Marjorie Fajardo
Growing up as an undocumented teenager in a country that portrays me as a criminal has been a challenging experience, like I’m not wanted in the country I live in.

Many May Be Decking the Halls This Season, Millions May Also Be Crawling Them

The number of college students seeking mental health support has increased exponentially since 2009, according to a 2014 article by the American Psychological Association. Hunter students who believe they may be struggling with mental health issues can find help right on campus, said Ariella Soffer, Ph.D, an intake coordinator at Hunter’s Counseling and Wellness Services.

A Historic Campaign

Ricardo Montero-Hernandez was one of several WORD reporters assigned to interview potential voters about their presidential preferences. Five interviewed for this article said that Americans are upset and alarmed with Congress.