METEA MEDIA

Jessica Velazquez

Jessica Velazquez

Jessica is a senior and this is her second year on staff. She is the news editor this year. When she is not in the newsroom, she is either hanging out with her friends or in lacrosse practice. Her favorite season is fall because of all the festivities that come with it and the leaves changing color. Even in the colder weather, you will still find her with an iced coffee in her hand. 

All content by Jessica Velazquez
Senior Rissa Bajusz follows the steps to a traditional dance of women.

[Photo]

March 2, 2020
IMG_3053

[Photo]

March 2, 2020
IMG_3050

[Photo]

March 2, 2020
When the show started,  there was a lesson on African proverbs that were very common in African American culture like

[Photo]

February 24, 2020
The performer gave Metea students a lesson about a drum but not just any drum. The Drembre drum is a drum originating in west Africa. The name of the drum means everyone gather together in peace and it comes in multiple different sizes. The man described it as a family. The largest one is the father, the middle-sized one is the mother and the smallest one is the child. These drums have three types of sounds which are bass, tone, and slap.

[Photo]

February 24, 2020
An intro the joyous show to come is delivered with bubbliness.

[Photo]

February 24, 2020
Load More Stories
Activate Search
Jessica Velazquez