At a time when giant cruise ships dump hordes of tourists daily into the cobbled streets of Old Havana, this student work seeks to find what lies beyond the shiny paint of classic cars, the ruffled dresses of salsa dancers and the sparkling waters of the Caribbean’s largest island. The normalization of relations with the US has led to an influx of American tourist dollars, but will this uptick in visitors translate into positive changes for everyday Cubans?
by Christina Galanakis
Tourism: Economic Hope for Cuban People
by Daisy Ortiz
Cuban Restaurants find ways to Thrive Despite US Embargo
by Camille Sparkman
Casa Particulars in Havana, Cuba
by Ruth Stone