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Are you a UM student interested in studying abroad? This is the place to be.

Learn a language, live in a new city, and meet amazing people! If you’re interested in studying abroad, this is the first step you have to take.

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Interested in Studying Abroad? You May Want to Attend This Event.

The University of Miami is planning on doing another Study Abroad 101 Information Session. The one hour long event is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, Nov. 14 at 11:30 a.m. on campus at Whitten LC 120.

The purpose of this encounter is to give an overview of the opportunities the University of Miami offers its students regarding Study Abroad programs.

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What Is Freedom of Speech In Today’s Social Networking Era?

Social networks such as Facebook and Twitter are part of most people’s every day basis.

Even if you try to stay away from these as much as possible, for one reason or the other, you will end up using at least one of these platforms on a regular day.

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Is Tomi Lahren’s popularity worth the massive hate she receives?

Tomi Lahren is an American conservative political commentator who works at FOX and who has a massive following, as well as masses of people who despise her. People hate her because they do not agree with her right-wing points of view and because she may come off as rude regarding other people’s political views. Lahren is also disliked because it is unexpected for a pretty 26-year-old girl to come out on national television and say controversial things unapologetically.

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Medill Justice Project helped man get second trial after new witness could prove innocence

The Medill Justice Project was founded at Northwestern University in IL in 1999. It is an award-winning national investigative journalism program which examines convictions that may have been wrongfully sentenced. Members of the Medill Justice Project pride themselves with advocating solely for the truth.

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Demi Moore and Annie Leibovitz changed how you view pregnancy

Annie Leibovitz‘s image of Demi Moore in 1991 depicts the actress – exactly as she came into the world – and two months away from bringing her second child into the world.

It was the first time a pregnant woman was portrayed in such a vulnerable, and at the same time sensual way, on a mainstream media outlet such as Vanity Fair.

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The beauty of Florence

Florence is one of the most culturally and gastronomically rich cities in the world.

As the home of the Renaissance and the capital of the Tuscany region in Italy – Florence’s art history, scenery, beautiful language, amazing food, and hundreds of touristic spots – it is one of the most incredible places to travel to.

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Journalism as an opportunity for positive change in the world

Journalism is one of the professions with the largest and most massive impacts in the world, and many people do not realize that. Journalists have the power – and the opportunity – of reaching hundreds of thousands of people with their words, their comments, and their opinions.

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A Tor Browser experience

To be honest, I was a bit scared at first to download Tor to my computer because people always say Tor is as secret and private as it gets, therefore why would anybody who is not trying to hide something actually need it for?

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