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Paulina Velasco

Latest Stories from Paulina (59)

Economics of Disability

What it's like to have an invisible disability at work

by Paulina Velasco Jun 22, 2018
Three people open up about asking — or not — for accommodations on the job.
{Image Description: An overhead shot of two people sitting at a desk in an office setting. The individual on the left is holding a folder and is writing notes on a notepad, while the individual on the left is mid-gesticulation. The desk is a dark brown, and has various objects placed on top, including a phone and a remote control.]
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Economics of Disability

Mind the gap: Navigating the transition from pediatric to adult health care

by Eliza Mills and Paulina Velasco Jun 22, 2018
Getting the right health care once you outgrow your pediatrician can be tricky if you have a disability.
[Image description: A wide shot of a doctor’s office in San Francisco. On the left, a patient in a gown sits on an examination bed while the doctor checks her breathing with a stethoscope. The patient has short brown hair and is sitting with her hands clasped in her lap. On the right, there is a set of counters, with various medical equipment laid across the surface.]
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Why the death toll in Puerto Rico matters

by Paulina Velasco Jun 1, 2018
In practical terms, the island has to prepare for the next big disaster.
People march to protest pension cuts, school closures and slow hurricane recovery efforts in San Juan, Puerto Rico in May.
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The feminism behind "Ocean's 8"

by Paulina Velasco and Danielle Chiriguayo Jun 1, 2018
"This is really just a story about women who are excellent at their jobs — they just happen to be criminals," said Olivia Milch, co-writer and producer for "Ocean's 8."
(L-R) Sandra Bullock as Debbie Ocean, Cate Blanchett as Lou, Rihanna as Nine Ball, Mindy Kaling as Amita, Awkwafina as Constance, Helena Bonham Carter as Rose, Anne Hathaway as Daphne Kluger and Sarah Paulson as Tammy in Warner Bros. Pictures' and Village Roadshow Pictures' "Oceans 8," a Warner Bros. Pictures release.
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We're still figuring out how to desegregate higher education

by Paulina Velasco May 25, 2018
What Mississippi's historically black colleges and universities teach us about centuries-old inequities
A view of the State Capitol in Jackson, Mississippi.
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Everybody falls in love: diversity in the romance industry

by Paulina Velasco May 11, 2018
For every 100 books published by leading romance publishers in 2017, only 6.2 were written by people of color.
The Koch sisters say they intend their store to be a feminist, sex-positive space. "I just love seeing romance readers realize that we have built this for them. It is our love letter to them, and to this genre," says Bea Koch.
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How one writer's book deal turned her into a professional poker player

by Paulina Velasco May 4, 2018
Maria Konnikova discovered a passion — and talent — for cards.
Writer Maria Konnikova has won over $200,000 at poker.
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Economics of Disaster

A slice of life — and pastelillo — in Puerto Rico

by Paulina Velasco Apr 27, 2018
The impact of a looming school closure on the owners of a food truck who have been feeding students and parents for 31 years.
Since 1987, the food truck formally named "Love Pizza" has operated outside of Escuela Elemental John F. Kennedy, an elementary school in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico slated to close this summer. Students and parents call the truck "Maggie's Food Truck."
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It's time to get your financial life in order

by Paulina Velasco Apr 20, 2018
Tax season may be over, but that doesn’t mean you should stop thinking about your finances. That’s one conclusion from John Schwartz of the New York Times, who decided that after many decades of keeping his nose to the grind…

Out with the old tax season, in with the new

by Paulina Velasco Apr 13, 2018
Accountants are already fielding questions about the new tax law, even as they wrap up the 2017 season.
Liberty Tax Service grabs the attention of potential clients in Miami in 2016.
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