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Rhino Poaching – No End in Sight

Rhinos have been killed, their horns taken for aesthetic and pseudo-medicinal properties for thousands of years. Many different groups of people throughout history used rhino horn for different things. The ...


My Experiences with Race in Brazil

In June, I went with American and Brazilian friends ...


Brazil’s Hottest City

When I tell Brazilians from São Luís to São Paulo that ...


Robbed

My first time almost being assaulted, I was in Rio. I ...


A 4-Day Adventure: From Writing This Blog to Not Writing This Blog

After a relaxing 4-day break, Tuesday evening was finally upon me. I wrote this: “When I ...


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Overcoming Anxiety Begins With Recognition

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To do this, I have acknowledged that suffering awaits all of us in the form of death. Our personal mortalities ...


Voices of the Community // Issue 6

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What is your favorite sculpture on campus? [portfolio_slideshow]


Confronting Mexican cartels demands global attention

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It is not a myth: A huge part of Mexico ...


Pop songs about body acceptance are less accepting than they seem

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While artists from Freddie Mercury to Sir Mix-A-Lot have sung ...

Rhino Poaching – No End in Sight

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Rhinos have been killed, their horns taken for aesthetic and pseudo-medicinal properties for thousands of ...


My Experiences with Race in Brazil

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In June, I went with American and Brazilian friends ...


Brazil’s Hottest City

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When I tell Brazilians from São Luís to São Paulo that ...


Robbed

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My first time almost being assaulted, I was in Rio. I ...


A 4-Day Adventure: From Writing This Blog to Not Writing This Blog

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After a relaxing 4-day break, Tuesday evening was finally upon me. I wrote this: “When I ...

This Week:

How do students with a small or non-existent religious community on campus keep in touch with their religion and culture?