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Mexican Vigilantes Fight the Drug Cartels

By Marquise Nichols When government officials don’t put an effort into solving crimes, the community might take matters into its own hands.  This is exactly what is happening in cities across Mexico. Citizens are taking law enforcement into their own … Continue reading

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One More Border to Cross

By Marquise Nichols Mexico has an immigration problem. This is not a new issue, but the recent overwhelming influx of new immigrants into the country has many concerned.  According to U.S. News & World Report, over 4,479 migrants have entered through … Continue reading

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Mexican Government to Citizens: “Stop complaining!”

By Carlos Diaz Barriga The Mexican government on Monday, Oct. 12 uploaded a new video to its official YouTube channel promoting its latest accomplishments. By Tuesday, following public outcry on social media, it had been removed. The problem? The spot … Continue reading

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Mexico Still Needs Carmen Aristegui

By Carlos Diaz Barriga Mexican radio host Ciro Gomez Leyva’s announced in his El Universal column on Sept. 3 that journalist Carmen Aristegui is coming back to radio this month. Good. Six months was a long time for Mexico to … Continue reading

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A Final Reflection on the Latino Vote

By Curt Devine The Mexico-based international media outlet Televisa carries great influence over much of Latin America. In terms of mass communication, Televisa has one of the loudest voices in the Spanish-speaking world. Therefore, its coverage of presidential elections not … Continue reading

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