It’s that time of the year where you see store aisles filled with 99 cent chocolate boxes, abnormally gigantic “I Love You” plush toys lined up and picture frames that have the words “Love Forever” across the glass. Let’s face it, it’s irritating when you’re single because all you want to do is either throw the finger at all of it or cry about it – whatever works for you. However, this holiday was originally created for all of the people that you love, so consider yourself spared from the cheesiness of Valentine’s Day. Here’s a few ways to spend the day when you’re single.
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Yenny Sanchez is a Senior at Hofstra University where she has been expanding her knowledge in Journalism and Media, inside and outside of the classroom. Ms. Sanchez is currently interning at CBS in New York City with Inside Edition’s digital team. Since joining the syndicated newsmagazine, Yenny has been assisting the Digital Editors and Supervising Producer by flagging heart warming and trending news stories, creating video scripts for reporters and publishing online articles throughout the day.
In her early college career, Yenny was hired to freelance with Cablevision’s Local programming after interning with them in her freshman year of college back in May of 2015. She has been a Director’s assistant, speaking to representatives of local divisions such as politicians and celebrities, gathering and establishing interviews for promotions and news packages as well.
Before interning at CBS, she was an on-air traffic and weather reporter for the award-winning college radio station, Radio Hofstra University (WRHU). WRHU’s Newsline has given Yenny the opportunity to showcase her on-air personality while reporting trending news such as entertainment(movies,gossip) and business (closing numbers, politics) reports. She was also an executive producer during the Republican National Convention and Democratic National Convention coverages for Newsline.
Recently, she voluntarily worked for the 1st Presidential Debate of 2016 in the Media Filing Center at Hofstra University. Yenny was assigned to work with Donald J. Trumps Advance Team, assisting the Campaign Liaison, in all needed elements such as coordinating venues, placing orders and much more. She was also a Social Media Correspondent, interacting with students and reporting LIVE content on Hofstra’s social media platforms.
She enjoys move time along with pizza and is obsessed with learning different languages; hoping that one day she can travel across the globe to see different people and cultures.