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By Jonathan Polo Imagine the United States’ Congress established a law that revoked the citizenship of all the descendants of Mexican immigrants whether they immigrated legally or illegally and left […]
And God said “Let there be rachet”. It seems to be that the traditional love for big booties has evolved into twerking and with that – traditional hip hop culture […]
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With the upset of our beautiful Syracuse University losing to University of Michigan last night in Atlanta, we would like to help our fellow peers heal those open wounds. […]
Taking a Yoga class this spring semester has been incredibly enlightening partially because I have an amazing teacher, Therese Arno. This is her first semester teaching here at Syracuse University […]
Originally posted on NBC Latino:
A group of young students and members of the grassroots organization Roots of Hope have organized a conference with Cuban dissidents in New York City…