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College: Why Are You So Expensive?

Written by Maeva M I wish I could tell you “If you really want to do this job when you grow up, you’ll be okay and you’ll succeed. All you need is determination”. But I can’t. For years now, college tuition fees –the fees we have to pay to access University, so basically, what a year in college costs- have been doing nothing but raising, in the UK and in the USA. Indeed, about 2 months


How ISIS Does Not Represent Islam

  Written by Caitlin Walker ISIS is a terrorist organisation–however it’s a common misconception that all Muslims are a part of ISIS when, in fact, they do not represent Islam at all. Around 1.57 billion people in 57 different countries around the world are Muslims and the ISIS extremists have around 30,000 people. ISIS is 2% of the world’s population which is a very small amount of people in the grand scheme of things especially when


The Invisible Afro-Latino

Written by Diego Garcia When you think about Latinos you usually think about the obvious. You picture Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera, Mario Lopez, Enrique Iglesias, Shakira, or even Becky G. These are very successful Latino people who have made it far despite adversity and are icons in the Hispanic community and all over the world. We love them and love watching them succeed and give representation to a culture and ethnicity that is hardly represented.


Social Media and the Link to “Twitter” Activism

In today’s day and age, the internet and social media are a part of a lot of people’s everyday lives. It’s hard to go a day without having to either use or bring up either of those things. There are multiple opinions that surround how social media/the internet should be used. The difference in opinions causes many different debates to pop up. Most commonly, the two different sides tend to be a split between the

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