Corina Garcia

The sun begins to set over the Houston skyline before a movie begins rolling at Moonstruck Drive-In. [Credit: Corina Garcia]

July 1, 2021

Beyond the Screen at Houston’s Moonstruck Drive-In Cinema

(HOUSTON) — Drive-in cinemas made a popular return at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. As indoor theaters […]

school classroom

November 14, 2020

Student Sues Houston School District for Allowing Bullying

A former high school student of Humble ISD files a lawsuit claiming the school district did not take action in alleged bullying.

November 4, 2020

Podcast: ‘Writer’s Bloc’ on the Rights of a Private Citizen with AIDS

If a community fears a threat like AIDS, does that justify putting someone who has contracted it in the public eye? In this episode of Writer's Bloc, Lilian Manansala and Corina Garcia discuss whether Lithuanian paper Lietuvos Rytas, violated the rights of private citizen Laimutis Armoniene when they published that he had HIV. Was the public’s right to know paramount over his right to privacy?

Activist holds document.

October 26, 2020

‘We’re Going to Fight Fire with Fire’: A DREAMer on His Legal Fight With Trump

Local activist and DREAMer, Cesar Espinosa, talks about a class action lawsuit his organization filed against the Trump administration regarding DACA applications.

Press conference about the Census Deadline

October 26, 2020

Officials Urged Houstonians to Take Census in 11th-Hour Blitz

As the Census Bureau and Texas officials scramble to get the country counted, what are the repercussions of this sudden deadline? The Click discussed it with a political science professor.