Connecting in Cuba: A Window to the World
Although the Cuban government has plans for Cubans to access the internet in their homes starting in September 2015, Christian Heilman takes a look at the difficulties Cubans face when trying to access the internet today.
About the Contributors
Senior / Broadcast Journalism and Management Information Systems
As a senior at Penn State, I’ve hosted and anchored more than ten hours of live television, including newscasts, roundtable discussions and webcasts for the nation’s largest homecoming parade and largest student-run philanthropy in the world. The reporter in me lives for writing, shooting and editing my own stories with a definite soft spot for human interest stories and features.
On top of my journalism major, I am also a dual major in management information systems with a graduation date of May 2014. I then plan on entering the journalism field as an on-air reporter.
Follow me on Twitter: @cgheilman
Senior / Broadcast Journalism and Political Science
Rachel is currently a senior pursuing a dual major in broadcast journalism and political science with a minor in international relations. Rachel previously reported for The Daily Collegian where she covered the Sandusky trial from inside the courtroom. Rachel has reported for numerous outlets using broadcast, print and social media. She plans to graduate in May 2014. After graduation, Rachel aspires to be a reporter for a national news organization.