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Monday, October 3, 2022

Summer 16 spent on hold with Office of Financial Assistance

For me, this past summer was defined by two things: my internship in New York and telling people about my internship in New York. However,...

War on Drugs exploits fear instead of truth

America has undergone a great deal of change since the 1970s, but one thing that has been slow to evolve is our perception of...

Danny reflects on past school year

You know, at the end of each year in college, I say, “This one went by the fastest” – but the school year of...

Voters must demand more from candidates

Earlier this week, I shared an article on Facebook. The subject of this article was Bernie Sanders, specifically his awkward, fumbling interview with New York...

North Carolina bill shows hurdles still remain for LGBT movement

In March, North Carolina’s legislature passed a law prohibiting transgender individuals from using bathrooms that align with their gender identity  and actively prohibiting local...

Protection from uncomfortable ideas not part of package

On Monday, an anonymous group of students delivered a letter to President Julio Frenk in response to a Trump demonstration that happened outside of Richter...

Be ‘selfish’ in healthy, positive way

While scanning through a collection of daily headlines, also known as Facebook, I came across this status from one of my friends. “Really sad that...

Cinemas need to exploit their unique advantages

 Among digital filmmaking technology, online movie distribution and rapidly evolving home media, the world of moviemaking has had a trying decade and it doesn’t...

Senate Republicans gamble with Merrick Garland nomination

On March 16, D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Merrick Garland was appointed to fill the late Justice Antonin Scalia’s seat in the Supreme...

Keep green in Foote Green

Finally, it was spring break in Miami and I was getting ready to sprawl out on the plush grass of the Foote Green right...

Keep it real on social media to dispel unflattering Miami stereotypes

I cringe every time I hear someone say Miami is a “fake” city. As someone who attends school here, it definitely pricks my pride...

Blind party politics will run country into ground

We live in a strange era of American politics when one’s ideological leanings are thought to reveal more about that person than any other...