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The Invisible Trade

He kisses her softly on her forehead, his hands pulling at her hips. Her arm, decorated with a fresh tattoo and a new Cartier bracelet, reluctantly hands over a wad of money. Thirty dollars, it isn’...

He kisses her softly on her forehead, his hands pulling at her hips. Her arm, decorated with a fresh tattoo and a new Ca...

The Science Behind Nostalgia

When the pressure of growing up become too unsettling, we tend to seek refuge in the hazy memories of simpler times. Sunburned shoulders and sandy toes, the soothing sounds of Saturday morning cartoon...

When the pressure of growing up become too unsettling, we tend to seek refuge in the hazy memories of simpler times. Sun...

The Project Heal

[caption id="attachment_18858" align="aligncenter" width="750"] University of Miami's chapter of The Project Heal executive board. (Left to Right) Vice President Natasha Snapper, President Danielle Lo...

[caption id="attachment_18858" align="aligncenter" width="750"] University of Miami's chapter of The Project Heal execut...

Redefining Feminism

[caption id="attachment_18438" align="aligncenter" width="300"] International Women's Day landed on March 8th and there were many events in support of it. It inspired people to think about the impac...

[caption id="attachment_18438" align="aligncenter" width="300"] International Women's Day landed on March 8th and ther...

Visual Climate Change with John Morales

In a crowded room on the third floor of the Donna E. Shalala Student Center, students learned about the impacts of climate change on the wintery Arctic Circle. John Morales, chief meteorologist from N...

In a crowded room on the third floor of the Donna E. Shalala Student Center, students learned about the impacts of clima...

Finding Refuge

Amal had only two pressing concerns that night: make dinner for her husband Sherif and put her three-year-old daughter, Ayah, to bed. It was a quiet day; a rarity in war-torn Syria. The sky wasn’t c...

Amal had only two pressing concerns that night: make dinner for her husband Sherif and put her three-year-old daughter, ...

Election 2016: What’s on Your Ballot?

The 2016 election will be the first time a majority of current college students will be able to vote in a presidential election. The drama, scandal and controversy that has plagued this election cycl...

The 2016 election will be the first time a majority of current college students will be able to vote in a presidential ...

The Point of Protests

If you were on campus at around 2:00 p.m. Friday, you most likely witnessed a protest of Donald Trump's election and the people who supported it. A large group of students walked around the campus hol...

If you were on campus at around 2:00 p.m. Friday, you most likely witnessed a protest of Donald Trump's election and the...

Opinion: How 9/11 Has Lost Its Significance

When September 11 rolls around, Queens native Taylor McLean looks back 15 years and clearly remembers her kindergarten teacher putting on the TV and, with all her classmates, watching the Twin Towers ...

When September 11 rolls around, Queens native Taylor McLean looks back 15 years and clearly remembers her kindergarten t...

Dear People who think Millennials are Murderers

Dear People who think Millennials are Murderers, Lately, us millennials have been proclaimed to have killed many things. From soap, to vacations and the napkin industry, we've been blamed for it all...

Dear People who think Millennials are Murderers, Lately, us millennials have been proclaimed to have killed many things...