• Capturing a Frightened Media in a Restricted Ecuador

    “If the freedom of speech is taken away then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.” (George Washington). Freedom of speech is a human right that should…

  • Citizen Journalism: A new future for the journalistic industry?

    By: María Clara Cobo, Camila Vásconez, Juliana Zeller Citizen journalism could be considering a technology. Just as technology evolves, so does citizen journalism. But what is…

  • The Geometric Worlds of Katrin Asinc

    The local artist’s first exhibit in Ecuador: “Geometria Espacial—Solidos Platonicos” is currently being held at Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana in the Guayasamin and…

  • Coreographies 2014

    by Nicolas Andrade Music, dances, lights, some jokes, some drama, and all the tickets sold! All of this effort for a contest that awards the winner nothing. Nothing but pride, a…

  • ERROR 404

    ERROR 404 (WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF FACEBOOK SHUTS DOWN?) Have you ever thought about what would happen if Facebook disappeared from        the Internet? Would you see people…

  • “All You Need is Ecuador”

    Written by: Maria Clara Cobo Were $19 million dollars worth the cost?               All You Need is Ecuador is a touristic campaign that begun on April 1st in 19 cities…

  • S A L A D D A Y S

    Mac Demarco S A L A D           D A Y S Written By Nicolas Andrade Vernor Winfield McBriare Smith IV (Mac Demarco), one of the most controversial musicians in the realm…

  • The Importance of Photo Journalism

    “Several houses and cattle have been burned by the hot cloud from the mountain,” he said. “All the houses are blanketed in ash, completely white. The leaves…

  • Ecuador: The Heart Of Tourism

    For the past weeks, the South American country has been recognized for its angelic and adventurous landscape. More than three continents have witnessed a glimpse of Ecuador’s…

  • The Past, The Now, LGBT

    By: Camila Vásconez Since the beginning of time, history has been writing itself as we act upon it. Historic events of the past have significantly impacted what we see and live…

  • Mirror Mirror Conference at Menor

    Michaela Kerrigan March 21 2014 Colegio Menor is a school filled with interesting and entertaining activities for a wide range of ages. The Holesome life department is responsible…

  • The Roots of our Rhythms

    Juan Ignacio Pazmiño Music during the 21st century has the power to travel anywhere in the world at impressively fast rates. Nowadays, most of the music we hear comes from…

  • Scott Hibbard on CMSFQ’s Sports Program

    Michaela Kerrigan Sports have been an important aspect for Colegio Menor. Scott Hibbard was director of the school some years ago and is now. This, I believe is important to know…

    Music in Ecuador

    Music in Ecuador is an important subject to write about, because I think it is important to provide the necessary information about the most favorable artists…