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The Most Beautiful Ruin In The World: “Havana Without Makeup”

Last night, the Cuban Program Institute of Latin American Studies kicked off their semester-long lecture series, Cuba and Beyond, with former Belgian and European Union Ambassador to Cuba, Herman Portocarero. He came to discuss his book “Havana Without Makeup: Inside the Soul of the City” as well insights into the inner-workings of an island community […]

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Where Art Thou?

The best time to wear a striped sweater is all the time, and the best time to go to a cultural event is also all the time. Arts Editor Kyra Bloom’s got you covered in that department as you uncover yourself in the warm weather. Submit your event to On Campus: CMTS presents The Light in […]

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