Estrellita Uribe

Strategic and corporate communication student

Location icon United States of America

Home With a Heart
Home with a heart, the story.

​Over the years, Casa Teresa has truly become a home with a heart. For the mothers living here, they have found a loving home where they are supported, appreciated, and motivated to become the best...

Home With a Heart
A Life Changed

My road to recovery was a long one, and by the time I got to Casa Teresa I was still very angry and broken. I came from a broken home. My parents hated each other and hardly communicated. My mom...

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Welcome Chapman Strong Girls!

Hello Chapman Strong Girl Community! Welcome! We are your Chapman Strong Girls (and so are you)! While we've been hard at work beginning the process of becoming an official club, we wanted to properly introduce ourselves. We're a group of five women who want to live our best

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Communication students to study abroad in South Africa and London

For the first time, communication students have the opportunity to earn six transferable units in Cape Town, South Africa and London over the summer. The program, which takes place from July 9 to July 27, will teach the courses COMM 121 - Interpersonal Communication and COMM 151 - Intercultural Communication.

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Sigma Delta Mu offers students immersion in Spanish culture

Sigma Delta Mu, the City College Spanish honor society, has been promoting the Hispanic culture for over five years on campus. The honor society encourages students to excel in Spanish, the most popular language of choice to study at City College. The society offers several activities to help students immerse themselves in the culture.

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City College faculty and students celebrate Aspen Institute award

Faculty and students gathered on Tuesday, April 23, outside of the Student Services building to celebrate City College co-winning the 2013 Aspen Institute Prize for Community College Excellence. "We have a common sense of purpose, and that is a culture of excellence," said City College Superintendent-President Dr. Lori Gaskin.

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Opinion: Does genitalia define sexual orientation?

Eagleside Elementary school in Colorado has banned a 6-year-old transgendered girl named Coy Mathis from using the girls' rest room. Her parents quickly sued the school for discrimination. It is universally known that children should be free to play, explore and communicate. They are meant to feel free among their peers and in their environment.