Christina Largie

Chipotle delivery service win-win for busy customers, food chain
Opinion

Chipotle delivery service win-win for busy customers, food chain

Standing in what seems like a nicely designed warehouse, leaning against a cold metal railing as the smell of sizzling steak and fresh guacamole tantalize you just enough to wait through a never-ending line is a grueling experience every Chipotle lover has endured. As college students who are juggling social lives, academics and extracurricular activities,…

Laborers’ sign misdirects anger
Opinion

Laborers’ sign misdirects anger

It’s hard to ignore the eye-catching new sign at the main entrance of the University of Miami’s Coral Gables campus. Written in large red letters, it reads: Shame On University of Miami. For weeks now, carpenter craft workers involved in a labor dispute have held up this sign everyday, rain or shine. According to the…

Interjection means no peace
Opinion

Interjection means no peace

In March 2011, a civil war began in Syria in an effort to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad and the Ba’ath Party. By June 2013, the reported death toll reached 100,000 – approximately half of those deaths were civilians. But other nations, including the U.S., did not react to the Syrian Civil War with urgency until…

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