I’m Mexican and my hometown is Miami, so I have been surrounded by Hispanic culture my entire life. I’ve only been away from home for a month, but I already miss speaking Spanish daily and being surrounded by my fellow Latinos. Boston is an extremely diverse city, so although there is Hispanic community here, it’s […]

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In this generation, it’s hard to pretend that issues of race and gender don’t dominate our society. One of the most oppressed groups of people in our society is women — women of color, specifically. Women of color have always been present in pop culture, screaming at the top of their lungs for the world […]

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When you attend a school as large and diverse as Boston University, you’re bound to meet people from all over the world — people with entirely different experiences, languages and lifestyles than yours. And it’s an incredible feeling to get to know those people who are different from you; it breeds tolerance, acceptance and humility. […]

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Any Nobel Peace Prize winner is bound to elicit varied responses, including praise from those on the side of peace and rebukes from those on the side of conflicts and violence. However, the Nobel committee’s choice this year raised more questions than it did in the previous years. Among the record-breaking 376 individuals and organizations […]

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