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Solidarity in Protest

the Aftermath of the Darren Wilson Grand Jury Decision in New York City

n November 25th after long deliberation, the Grand Jury investigating the now infamous case of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson’s shooting of unarmed black resident Michael Brown, decided not to indict. Since then, numerous protests ranging from nonviolent demonstrations of civil disobedience to destruction of property have unfolded. In New York City, an unorganized protest
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RENT: From La Boheme to Bohemian Cliché

RENT. This well-known musical today has become the most famous example of bohemia in the modern world. Countless people have followed this musical for years and people today, of all ages, continue to live in the world of Rent. I, personally, have found myself to be one of these fanatics who have become obsessed with
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