The deep sexual harassment culture in Hollywood

Just a few weeks after the sexual assault allegations against hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein exploded into America’s public eye and media networks around the world, there have been new allegations made against other powerful men in various industries revealed almost every day. These accusations have…

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Catalonia crisis: what’s next for Spain?
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On Sunday Oct. 29, around 300,000 anti-independence protesters rallied in the capital of Catalonia, Barcelona, according to Barcelona Police.

Catalonia crisis: what’s next for Spain?

  The declaration of independence by the Catalan Republic recently was witnessed by the world. It demonstrated that the Catalan government, with the support of its people, could gather and call for their secession. The Spanish government however, had a different opinion over the validity…

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Tampa residents concerned over possible serial killer
In this Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017 photo, Mayor Bob Buckhorn and Interim Police Chief Brian Dugan address the media at press conference at Giddens Park in the Seminole Heights neighborhood in Tampa, Fla. Buckhorn told police officers looking for a suspect in three fatal and apparently random shootings in the neighborhood to hunt him down and "bring his head to me." (Gabriella Angotti-Jones/Tampa Bay Times via AP)

Tampa residents concerned over possible serial killer

The shooting of 22-year-old college student Benjamin Mitchell on the night of Oct. 9 was the first murder at the hands of a mysterious killer who has left the police perplexed and residents of the Seminole Heights community on edge. The body of Monica Hoffa,…

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Puerto Ricans still left in the dark

Most of Puerto Rico remains without power more than a month after Hurricane Maria ripped through the island. The total of lost hours in electricity between Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands has added up to the largest blackout in United States history. Hurricane…

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The economic crisis in Venezuela continues
Opponents of Maduro's rule have taken to the streets and gained platforms to voice their frustration with Maduro's government. (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

The economic crisis in Venezuela continues

  2017 introduced many disastrous and heartbreaking events, and with these new situations fresh in the minds of many, other global issues and disasters are left on the back-burner. An example of such an issue is the Venezuelan crisis. Venezuela is suffering, nearly all of…

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University of Florida takes a stand against white supremacy, halts visit from Richard Spencer
The University of Florida in the past has rented space for controversial speakers, but had no intention of allowing Spencer on school grounds however a hovering lawsuit has changed the schools decision.

University of Florida takes a stand against white supremacy, halts visit from Richard Spencer

  An email with a subject title “Potential Speaker on Campus” was sent out on Aug. 12, 2017 by University of Florida (UF) President Kent Fuchs, unveiling that the speaker which the email referred to would be white nationalist and “alt-right” activist Richard Spencer. The…

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