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Campus comes together to celebrate art and artists

A chaos of brazen autumn colors like vibrant, falling leaves, streamed into the Berry Performing Arts Center as students, faculty and families gathered to celebrate artistic talent. Dressed in outfits reminiscent of flea market clothing racks, students embraced the Wes Anderson aesthetic along with the film director’s soundtrack and dry […]

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Brazillian millennials rebel and start their own political parties

With the help of social media, Brazilian millennials have formed their own political parties to resist government corruption. Moving beyond online debates and street protests, young adults took initiative to equip political candidates with platforms matching crucial values they believe are not represented by the current administration. These political ‘start-ups’ […]

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MobilePack feeds Haitian Children

When he visited a Haitian clinic for malnourished children, Tacos 4 Life Director of Missions Kevin Chenoweth held a child whose bones were clearly visible under his skin. “I remember looking at the nurse while holding this child and asking, ‘Is he going to live to tomorrow?’ I mean, he […]

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Parkland shooting spurs students to action

Grasping her speech notes in her right hand and visibly fighting back tears, Emma Gonzalez stood before a gun control rally in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. “Every single person up here today, all these people should be home grieving. But instead we are up here standing together because, if all our […]

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Irma causes deadly power outages in Florida

At least 11 Florida nursing home residents lost their lives due to hazardous conditions and stifling indoor temperatures following Hurricane Irma, which caused a loss of air conditioning in   the facility. When police officers entered The Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills in Hollywood, Florida on Sept. 13, they found […]