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Applying to College: 7 Tips for First-Generation Students

Applying to College: 7 Tips for First-Generation Students

By Gianna Sen-Gupta NerdScholar Everyone who wants to get a college education should have the chance, but for some students it can feel like there are too many barriers in the way. For first-generation students — or those who are the first in their family to attend college — those obstacles on the road to

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Food Wars in Latin America

By W. Alejandro Sanchez COHA Bolivia has accomplished a major victory in its quest to consolidate itself as the world’s most-renowned producer of quinoa. In late August, the Andean Community, a South American bloc, recognized the miracle grain as being Bolivian in origin. This recognition will aid the government’s and local industries’ international marketing campaigns.

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How one intern-of-color got a whole new view of The View

By Cheng YiLing LatinaLista On Thursday September 4th, ABC Television Network announced that Rosie Perez (and Nicolle Wallace) would be new hosts on the 18th season of The View. This means that the View’s host lineup will have 4 co-hosts, Whoopi, Rosie O., Nicolle and Rosie P. In sum, the View has 2 white women,

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Guest Voz: A Slightly Honduran Perspective on the Immigration Crisis

By Matthew Keiser Honduras Weekly I don’t consider myself to be an expert on Honduras or even La Ceiba; it’s a country of 8 million different lives jostling and colliding with one another in ways unimaginable to many Americans. To have an intimate knowledge of a people on that scale is impossible. Yet I know

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