Throughout her time at The University of Maryland, Felicia participated in the expansion and development of the Latino-Interest publication La Voz Latina. The bilingual publication focuses on campus, local and nation news related to the Latino community. La Voz is a multimedia publication that is published in print, magazine, online and video format.
Garay-Stanton started out as a staff writer for the publication in 2008 during her freshman year and quickly moved up the ranks ultimately landing her into the position of editor-in-chief her Junior and Senior year (Spring 2010- Spring 2012).
Under her leadership, La Voz Latina implemented special edition magazines related to major events occurring both locally and nationally, such as the Dream Act, and developed the annual Diversity Debate, which created an outlet for University of Maryland's diverse student body to question student leadership on issues that affected the campus communities.
May 2010- “Cuban medical students visit U-Md.”
- Page 1:”Somos Latinos y Voto” -continued page 3
- Page 7: “Museo Nacional del Latino Americano” -translation available
November 2010 La Voz Latina
- Page 5: “TerpPoets Present Latina Poetry Night”
December 2010 La Voz Latina
- Page 3: “CHC’s New Chairman Faces Challenges With a GOP Congress And a Shifting Lation Base”
- Page 4: “Hyattsville’s Latino Growth Similar to National Levels”
- Page 7: “Maryland and Virginia Top Rankings for Latino Kids in Education and Wealth”
- Page 5-6: “Latinos know how to Party”
December 2010- "Hyattsville Councilmember Pushes for Latino Representation"
La Voz Latina has won awards for their Fall 2010 DREAM Act special edition Magazine that featured the lives of undocumented students.
A link to the PDF is below.