Our Travel Journalism & Photography Internship Seminar in Havana and Trinidad, Cuba, -which includes Editorial Meetings, Mentoring Sessions, Feedback, Journalism Workshops, Photography Workshops and more,- culminates in the publication of the #RGNNCuba Magazine.
Vol. II, Summer 2017
Vol. II, Summer 2017 was produced under the editorial direction of RGNN Expert and Mentor Benjamin Jones. Students moreover received photography feedback during interactive workshops with RGNN Experts and Mentors Julio C. Muñoz and Irolan Maroselli.
Each student who participated in the Travel Journalism & Photography Internship Seminar produced a total of two articles, -one about the colonial town of Trinidad and the other about the Cuban capital, Havana,- as well as a photography portfolio documenting life in Cuba.
Table of Contents
Havana’s Best Kept Secret: La Fábrica de Arte Cubano | Shana-Kay Hart | published July 25, 2017
La Vegana Viajera: Navigation Veganism in Havana, Cuba | Mattison Ellis | published July 26, 2017
Cubans Count on Foreign Tourism as Private Sector Opens Up | Stacey Blansky | published July 31, 2017
Woven by Charm and Tradition: The Crochet Culture of Trinidad | Mattison Ellis | published August 03, 2017
A “Young” Religion Surges in a Colonial Town: Santería in Trinidad | Laura Zornosa | published August 04, 2017
A City Trapped in the Past: Architecture in Trinidad | Scot Swan | published August 04, 2017
Acero And Artistry: Jewelry in Cuba’s Colorful City of Trinidad | Sophia Laws | published August 05, 2017
Tranquility in Trinidad: Relaxing Locations In Cuba’s Other City | Crystal Nunoo | published August 06, 2017
At Home in Trinidad: A Selection of Family-Run Cuban B&B’s | Stacey Blansky | published August 08, 2017
Getting Sick as an American in Cuba: What to Expect | Jessica Lee | published August 09, 2017
The articles will be posted here during the upcoming days and weeks, please check back to view all of them or follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to be notified directly when a new article is posted. You are also cordially invited to view the full Class of 2017 student profiles here.