Malisha Riboul


Malisha Riboul, 17. Producción digital en cine.

“It’s only when I cut my hair that I decided that I wanted a new closet and I started to experiment with my clothing and style. My style is not concrete so its always changing, fluid. Clothes bring me happiness, confidence and bit of my self esteem back and I dont dress for anyone but myself. In a perfect world I would have all the money I need for clothes”


Anais Questell, 21, Fotografía.


“I consider myself unique, always taking “weird” as a compliment. I don’t have one particular style, I’m all of the 20th century in one. I wear what I feel.”

Irina Hernández, 21, Relaciones Internacionales.


“I love memes. I pretty much grew up with all kinds of humors so I rarely get offended about anything. When people started to call me ‘The Meme Queen’ it honestly caught me by surprise because, literally, I just only share stuff on Facebook that make me laugh and it’s also in my nature to somehow make people happy so that’s why I share memes all the time. Hell, if it weren’t for the memes I wouldn’t have met the wonderful people I hang out with in Sagrado so that makes me really happy.”

Yachira Melendez, 24.


“Me gusta cantar, escribir poemas y canciones. Siempre he tenido pasión por la psicología, mientras mas lo estudio mas me apasiona. Una de las cosas que me ayuda a seguir adelante es la frase “No importa cuanto te tardes en llegar a tu meta, lo importante es no rendirse.”