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March 2019


Walking on the path to IDD awareness

This article was written by Angela Lin, class of 2019. It’s not every day we get to celebrate people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). To bring awareness to these individuals, Best Buddies hosted its South Florida Friendship Walk March 16 from 8 a.m.- 1 p.m. at Maurice A. Ferré Park in downtown Miami. The event brings together different South Florida chapters and people around the community to raise money to create new chapters and to make it more convenient… Keep Reading


Oh say can you see… or learn to use your own eyes?

If individuals enjoy being taken advantage of, then political ignorance is for them. However, for those who do not, the benefits of political literacy come from seeing a worthy candidate acknowledging the reality of the nation and making it better. Today, more than ever, it is important to become politically literate. Keep Reading


What to do over Spring Break

These are just a few potential possibilities that may enhance this year’s break. Regardless of if you are going on vacation or remaining at home, there are an abundance of ways to ensure a successful spring break. Keep Reading


Play it safe

As the crime rate continues to rise, schools should emphasize the preventative nature of self-defense classes to ensure the safety of their students and prepare them for whatever challenges they may face. Keep Reading

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