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  • Hispanic Voters are looking to make an impact in Arizona

    Hispanic Voters are looking to make an impact in Arizona0

    • December 2, 2016

    Phoenix, Arizona Stephanie Rodriguez’s life was turned upside down 10 years ago. Despite being born in California the then eight-years-old Rodriguez was forced to leave the United States with her mother who was being deported to Mexico. Now, Rodriguez, 18, studies journalism at Arizona State University.My parents are from Mexico and they are undocumented, she said.

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  • A Real Life Knights Tale

    A Real Life Knights Tale0

    • November 23, 2016

    Some people have seen the movie A Knights Tale, but few have lived it. Colin Corcoran is a man who lives a modern day Knights Tale, making a living on the back of a horse with a lance and sword in his hand. “Why do I do it? I love it, jousting is what makes

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  • Black Millennials Believe Stakes are High Coming into General Election

    Black Millennials Believe Stakes are High Coming into General Election0

    • November 16, 2016

    ATLANTA, GA —The stakes are particularly high for the free world and America in this year’s election according to Black millennials attending mid-week service at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church here. But like many millennials nationwide, they are reluctant to rely upon the government for change and have less strong ties to the two-party system. Yet

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  • Fayetteville rebuilds after Hurricane Matthew flooding

    Fayetteville rebuilds after Hurricane Matthew flooding0

    • November 16, 2016

    FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.—“The damage is scattered across the city like an artist flicked a paintbrush on a canvas.” Nearly two weeks after Hurricane Matthew made landfall on the east coast of the United States, communities across Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina are picking the pieces. Though cities across North Carolina’s east coast are still

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  • Keep Calm and Carrion

    Keep Calm and Carrion0

    • October 6, 2015

    He was always told, “Don’t go toward the light.” But those two glowing orbs are so captivating, and he couldn’t resist watching their approach during his evening walk. Behind the orbs, a driver is contentedly cruising down the road. Suddenly, the squealing of brakes ruins the quiet of the dark, and a flash of brown

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  • Empowering Women Through Art0

    • April 22, 2015

    Julie Deesomjit, a studio art senior, studied abroad in Italy the summer before her senior year and experienced what it meant to only be viewed sexually. She recalled being yelled at for sexual favors while walking home and feeling like she had to cower in the streets in a country that celebrates one of the

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