Student Project Features Shaw Center

This video was created by Sarah Torres ’26 to spotlight the work the Shaw Center does in its mission for academic and community engagement. An undergraduate sophomore double majoring in Political Science and Magazine, News and Digital Journalism, Torres was required to create a short newscast style video on a topic of choice for her SPA 402 Hispanic Journalism Practice final project. In light of her passion for community work and service, Torres chose the Shaw Center.

Giving an inside look into the Shaw Center, Torres overviews the work of each initiative, highlights the experience of students who go into the Syracuse community with the Shaw Center, and documents the behind-the-scenes work done by Leadership Interns and staff.

Torres is also the Philanthropy Chair for the Puerto Rican Student Association, the Shadow Vice President for the National Association for Hispanic Journalists Syracuse Chapter, and a member of the Renée Crown Honors Program. Click on the above link to check out her video!

All video credits are given to Sarah Torres.