Marianna Sotomayor
Marianna Sotomayor

Marianna Sotomayor is a junior at the George Washington University currently pursuing a degree in Political Communications. As an avid follower of domestic political affairs and the way the media frames it, she hopes to one day enter the world of broadcast journalism as a reporter or analyst. On her free time, Marianna loves exploring all that D.C. has to offer, traveling to visit family and friends, and relaxing on beaches back home in Florida.

Sept. 14, 2013

Syrian Civil War: Why Russians Don't Know About Assad's Chemical Weapons

The bias found in the Russian media is just another way Putin and Assad have come together to influence public opinion.

Sept. 12, 2013

Illegal Immigration Debate Continues To Discredit Hispanics

An underlying problem with the immigration debate is stereotyping Hispanics as illegals.
Aug. 30, 2013

Hillary Clinton is Talking About Race in America, Why Won't Anyone Else?

Discriminatory laws are a reality and more politicians are needed to stop it.
Aug. 28, 2013

March On Washington 2013: The Fight Continues Online For One Group

While hundreds of advocacy groups relived Dr. Martin Luther King's march this week, one group introduced the movement to the 21st century with a Virtual March on Washington.
Aug. 14, 2013

Best Thing We Can Do For Israel-Palestine Peace Talks Is Not Pay Attention

Less media attention and less talk could increase the chance that the peace talks will be successful.
July 26, 2013

Jordan Davis Is Trayvon Martin, But That Isn't Enough to Get Him Media Attention

The reason the media chose to overshadow Jordan Davis' untimely death could be because we haven't spoken up yet.

June 27, 2013

The Sole Chart That Explains Why So Many Policies Are Hostile to Women

The reason many women are being misrepresented in U.S. legislation may stem from the lack of Congresswomen in comparison to men.
June 10, 2013

4 Supreme Court Decisions That Could Threaten Our Civil Liberties This Month

Throughout June the Supreme Court will announce its decisions on DOMA and the Voting Rights Act, but there are other court cases just as controversial and decisive lined up.