Amarilys is a HEOP scholar from Miami and hopes to concentrate in Biology and Hispanic studies. She teaches Spanish at the local elementary school and is a part of the sidekick program. Amarilys also participates with the Outing club on various trips and is on the Trop Sol dance team which focuses on various styles of Latin dance such as bachata, salsa, meringue, tango and many more. Amarilys is currently working with Professor Nhora Serrano of the Literature department on the Arresting Andean Images: Guaman Poma & Visual Editorialization project which focuses on Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala’s book “El primer nueva crónica y buen gobierno.” This is a letter written around 1615 to the king of Spain, Phillip the third with over 300 drawings depicting his messages and holds one of the few accounts we have today of Inca civilization and the conquest of Peru by the Spaniards. In this project, Amarilys is analyzing the relationships between image and text and bringing them to life by creating 2-D animations of several images within the book. She hopes to bring more accessibility and understanding of this Colonial Latin American text through this project.