Host Rafael Logroño and panelists Bibiana Correa, Luisa Suarez, and Melvin Saravia discuss the recent college application cheating scandal involving, among others, Felicity Hoffman and Lori Loughlin… →
La Charla is TUTV’s first Spanish-language talk show. Student hosts discuss current events, politics, popular culture, and more.
Host Rafael Logroño is joined by panelists Bibiana Correa, Luisa Suarez, and Melvin Saravia to discuss the awards season–including whether it was an appropriate choice for Jennifer Lopez to perform the Motown tribute at the Grammy’s this year–phone addiction, and the stress of responding to text messages, among other topics.… →
In this year’s La Charla holiday special, the hosts discuss long distance relationships, pop culture, and beauty pageants.… →
In this episode of La Charla, the hosts discuss issues affecting Latinos in the United States, Latino representation in US media, popular crossover Spanish-language music, the rise of a dating app for Latin Americans, and more.… →
Host Rafael Lorgroño introduces various topics for the rest of the cast to discuss, beginning with politics, including Trump’s immigration plan, the GRAMMYs, colorism in Latin American–discussing their own experiences within their families, as well as their general impression on how colorism impacts Latin Americans within both South and North America–and much more.… →
In this episode of La Charla, the hosts discuss topics related to Latin American culture or news, including Trump’s handling of the recovery efforts in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and the Disney animated movie Coco, which depicts events inspired by the Mexican holiday El Dia de los Muertos.… →
Hosts Rafael Logroño, Iri Guerra, Franky Acosta, Carmen Olivero, and Kristine Aponte gather to discuss their opinions on the ongoing crises concerning immigration policy, DACA in particular, the importance of retaining fluency in the Spanish language, the “Latin Boom” occurring in pop music, and stereotypical portrayals of Latin Americans in TV and movies.… →