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By CLARK XU – 6 years ago

New York Times Releases Spanish Edition The New York Times announced on Feb. 9 that its Spanish language online edition is fully operational. The translated version, located in Mexico City,…

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By ETHAN BARATZ AND CLARK XU – 6 years ago

O’Malley Suspends Presidential Campaign Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley ended his Democratic presidential campaign midway through vote-counting in the Iowa caucuses. O’Malley’s deci­sion on Monday, Feb. 1 marks an end…

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By HANNAH MITTMAN, SHELIA HU – 6 years ago

Paris Conference To Address Climate Change The 21st Conference of the Parties to the United Na­tions Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP) is currently ongoing in Le Bourget, Paris, France…

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By SHELIA HU – 6 years ago

ISIS Terrorists Assail Non-Combatants On Friday, Nov. 16, three teams of terrorists carried out a coordinated attack at six locations in and around Paris leaving 129 civilians dead and 352…

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By SHELIA HU AND DEREK SONNTAG – 6 years ago

President Obama Vetoes Keystone Pipeline On Nov. 6, President Obama announced his re­jection of the Keystone XL Pipeline request made by TransCanada, a Canadian energy infrastructure com­pany. The pipeline was…

Autism lacks critical representation in news

By JESSE HOROWITZ – 6 years ago

Last weekend I saw a news piece about a 13-year-old autistic boy who saved a chok­ing girl’s life using a move he learned from the popular animated television series “Spongebob…

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By ELIZABETH DEAN AND JEREMY MIDDLEMAN – 6 years ago

Pope Francis’ American Tour Sparks Dia­logue of Change Within Catholic Church Sept. 28 marked the last day of Pope Francis’ first trip to the United States since his election in…

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By – 6 years ago

Mount McKinley Called Denali Once More On Aug. 30, President Obama officially announced that after almost a century of being known as Mount McKinley, North America’s tallest mountain will again…

Migrant label disregards realities of humanitarian crisis

By EMILY SAYER – 6 years ago

Refugee, or migrant? This is the question plaguing the EU as thousands of Middle Eastern and African peoples embark on the treacherous pilgrimage across the Mediterra­nean and into European borders.…

Outside the Bubble 5/7/15

By MISCELLANY NEWS STAFF – 6 years ago

Baltimore Recovering in Wake of Freddie Gray Protests On May 3, after weeks of violent unrest spurred by the death of Freddie Gray, the latest national symbol of institutional discrimination…

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