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One year later, Ayotzinapa is not forgotten

Maria Esquinca, Managing Editor

September 25, 2015

Huddled around the marble steps of the Mexican Consulate, 30 protestors wait for the Consul General of Mexico to respond to disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa students who went missing on Sept. 26. The protestors, composed o...

There’s no fix, it’s all part of the game

Luis Gonzalez, Sports Editor

July 23, 2015

What a week for CONCACAF, Mexico and referees. Controversy all over the place, but like I said just a couple of days ago when Mexico advanced to the semifinals in similar fashion—get over it. Everybody and their mother is...

The gold business of CONCACAF

Alonso Moreno, Copy Editor

July 23, 2015

“It’s all rigged, they don’t deserve to go on through, beyond embarrassing, they bought themselves their way into the final and blatant theft.” These are some of the comments or headlines that can be read across different...

Two sides, one story

Fernanda Leon, Staff Reporter

July 14, 2015

On Sunday, newspapers, news websites and TV programs were filled with the story of Mexican drug lord Joaquin Guzman Loera, known as “El Chapo Guzman,” and his recent escape from a maximum-security Mexico prison cell. As I logg...

Ciudad Juarez gets cultural

Fernanda Leon, Staff Reporter

June 23, 2015

Objects of different materials, colors and sizes are what the recently opened Julia & Ernestina in Ciudad Juarez offers. The store carries diverse articles that come mostly from different Mexican companies and designers. “Ju...

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