Volume 4, Number 4 - October 29, 2013

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Becoming Infamous Is Not The Same As Being Famous

Teen celebrities have fallen under an unfortunate trend in an attempt to break away from their previous squeaky clean images, they create a totally new, bad image, for themselves and leave their old fans confused.


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Don’t Judge My Clothes

Miami Dade College students do not have the right to criticize or making another person feel bad simply because of what they wear. Everyone has a unique fashion that should be respected or at least tolerated.


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Marco Rubio At The Immigration Crossroads

Marco Rubio has garnered plenty of media coverage lately as a result of the immigration reforms he and the “Gang of 8” have proposed. Although it is dubious when actual legislation will be passed, Rubio has led the way to stronger discussions on the topic.


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Transit Fare Increase Could Be For The Better

The Miami Dade Transit recently slightly raised the price on its services. As frustrating as this may be to people, notably because the service is relatively lacking, the extra revenue could hopefully be put toward improving public transportation.


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Un-American Reaction To Crowning Of 2014 Miss America

The first contestant of Indian descent to be crowned Miss America has received a shocking level of racist backlash. People took to online networks to voice hateful words and attempt to downplay an otherwise important moment in American culture.




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