Volume 4, Number 6 - November 26, 2013

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Miami Dade College has Underestimated Potential

MDC is often given a negative reputation that is undeserved. The College offers a myriad of opportunities for students to advance themselves and receive a great learning experience.


Modular Smartphone Concept Revolutionizes the Smartphone Industry

The idea of creating a phone that will last generations using swappable components is remarkably more possible than people initially believed when Phonebloks was announced thanks to Google and Motorola.


Putin Selected as Most Powerful Person in the World

Forbes Magazine ranked Russian President Vladimir Putin as the most powerful man in the world, while President Barack Obama was ranked second. What kind of message does this communicate and is it a legitimate ranking?


The American Upward Movement is a Myth

The “American Dream” has and continues to be a great incentive for people to migrate to the United States. It is frustrating, however, how erroneous that can be for many impoverished students and job-seekers.


The Struggles for Democracy in Venezuela

Since losing the Venezuelan election that followed Chavez’ death back in April, opposing candidate Henrique Capriles Radonski has assiduously worked toward organizing a new election to bring down the current, reckless president, Nicolas Maduro.

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