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Emily Neil

Emily Neil
I cover education trends and policies relevant to Latino communities in the United States.

Most recently, I worked as a communications officer for SERES, a Guatemalan non-profit organization focused on youth leadership and sustainability education in Guatemala and El Salvador. Born and raised in Baltimore, MD, I received my Master's of Science in journalism from Columbia Journalism School in 2016, and graduated with a B.A. in Middle Eastern studies and a minor in Spanish and Latin American studies from Barnard College in 2014. 

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Jóvenes hispanos sufren mayores niveles de tristeza, que el resto de sus compañeros

 06/27/2018 - 09:17

La profesora de Bryn Mawr, Carolina Hausmann-Stabile, ha identificado dos importantes aspectos en el último estudio sobre comportamientos de riesgo entre los jóvenes del Centro de Control de Enfermedades que nos hablan del riesgo y prevención de suicidio y salud mental entre los estudiantes de secundaria hispanos en los Estados Unidos.

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Hispanic youth experience higher levels of sadness, hopelessness, than their peers

 06/22/2018 - 16:20

Bryn Mawr College professor Carolina Hausmann-Stabile highlights two important takeaways from the latest Youth Risk Behavior Study from the Center for Disease Control on suicide risk and prevention and mental health among Hispanic high schoolers in the U.S.

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Award-winning journalist Alfredo Corchado launches new book in Philadelphia

 06/05/2018 - 13:13
Alfredo Corchado, Mexican-American journalist and current Mexico City bureau chief for the Dallas Morning News, spoke about his new book, "HOMELANDS: Four Friends, Two Countries, and the Fate of the Great Mexican-American Migration," on June 4. Photo: Samantha Laub / AL DÍA News

In Alfredo Corchado’s latest work, "Homelands: Four Friends, Two Countries, and the Fate of the Great Mexican-American Migration," the author traces the Mexican-American migration story through his own experience and that of three friends he first met in Philadelphia 30 years ago.

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