Monday, November 25, 2013

Cuba Contributes to Success of Youth and Students Festival



By María Elena Álvarez Ponce

Yuniasky Crespo, first Secretary of the Young Communist League of Cuba (UJC),
confirmed Cuba´s commitment and, in particular, of its young generation, of contributing to
the success of the 18th Worldwide Festival of Youth and Students

Monday, October 28, 2013

Reading, an irreplaceable habit



After observation, reading is the process par excellence to acquire knowledge. No modern teaching method excludes it, because it complements what it is told or observed.







by Isabelle
Photos: Wildy



Sunday, October 27, 2013

They Say About Reading



Some high school students express their opinions on what they like to or not like to read.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

A work that unites peoples



By Yaniuska Macias
Photos: Rodolfo Blanco
Mario confesses he learned more
than Medicine in Cuba



Many expectations accompanied young Mario Izquierdo Hernández on his arrival, six years ago, to the Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM) from their native Villa El Salvador, in the South of the city of Lima, capital of Peru.

Leonides Blanco Technical College: Agronomy and Much More



by Zenia Regalado
 Photos: Santiago Calero




The students of the technical
college love to play chess.
Over here a rejoicing, over there some people play chess. We arrived at Leonides Blanco Technical Colllege, in San Juan and Martinez, Pinar del Rio, on the day of an important meeting.

Monday, July 22, 2013

Youth in Meteorology in Camaguey: A Vital Force



by Lianet Leandro Lopez
Photo: Rodolfo Blanco Cué


Frank and Jorge with Arredondo
Recently graduated as Bachelor in Meteorology, Frank García and Jorge Rosas are two young men that  see their childhood dreams come true in the center of that specialty, in the province of Camaguey.

 

Women According to Young People




By Isabelle
Photo: Sureidy


Certainly the theme of machismo and the role of the Cuban women in society still out colors and awaken humor in some young people. For some it was irrelevant to talk about the problem, because in Cuba everything is said and determined. To others, Cuba has made progress, and even ratiy the island as the most advanced country in terms of the solution of women´s problems.

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Following a dream… on roller skates


by Charly Morales Valido
Photo: Wildy


Guillermo and Alexander have big dreams.
Although at first glance it may seem otherwise, Guille and Alexander have a lot in common: they are both 18, they are members of the Cuban racing skating team and they dream to win a world medal.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

A Woman and a Comedian


by IWC
She is the host in a new TV contest
program for comedian women
Photo: Courtesy of the artist


Very few Cuban women have become popular as comedians, because it persists among many people the idea it is an art only for men. The allegedly "weaker sex" only has right to a secondary role to create couple situations.

However, young Cuban artist Aleanys Jáuregui has managed to break this cliché with her talent, even when she never  imagined her career would take this course.