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Single line drawing made by Alejandra Castaño during quarantine, inspired by Instagram´s account: @vibeline_.

Instagram, Entertaining the Masses

May 12, 2020

It was Friday night and I found myself at home polishing my cooking skills; something I never imagined myself doing. I mixed the dry ingredients as the video says; flour, cocoa powder, and stevia. My kitchen...

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Foreo Luna Play device made with ultra hygienic soft silicone revolutionizes facial cleansing.

Foreo Luna: Skincare Product of the Moment

December 9, 2019

Walk down the beauty aisle of any Exito and you will find row after row filled with millions of face cleaning products. Buying any of these is complicated, there are so many it gets confusing to know which...

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Hatsu is available in Carulla and many other stores in Medellin. This delicious drink has become more popular in recent years.

Hatsu, the Drink of the Moment

February 25, 2019

Since a young age you have been warned about how bad sodas are. According to the website Wellnessmama, drinking soda produces cavities, obesity, irregular heart beat, high blood pressure, it has lack of...

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Reach Cambridge, a place for students to expand their knowledge about psychology.

Juniors and Seniors Defeat Indecision

February 25, 2019

According to Liz Freedman, about a 20 to 50 percent of students enter college as “undecided” and a 75 percent end up changing their major at least once before they graduate. Students, specifically...

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The Hidden Message Behind Graffiti

The Hidden Message Behind Graffiti

February 25, 2019

She's over two meters tall with a long trunk and tusks stretching up into the air holding a white panuelo in remembrance of Operation Orion. Comuna 13´s most well known graffiti artist, Chota, includes...

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UVA: A Space That Fits Your Needs

December 13, 2018

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11th graders María Pía Molina and Laura Ramírez agonize over precalculus problem.

Precalculus Challenges 10th and 11th Graders

November 19, 2018

Precalculus is challenging many 10th and 11th graders who struggle to manage their time efficiently, skipped a year of math and do not take advantage of office hours. To assist students, precalculus...

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