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COMMENTARY: Fear of home

María Leiva is a third-year political science and international relations student at St. Thomas University. She's from Tegucigalpa, Honduras.  It's December 2017 and almost a month has passed...

Sharing the wealth that is water in Honduras

Think about how much water you use everyday. You use water to shower, brush your teeth, wash your hands and, more importantly, to stay hydrated. But...

Come From Away: Honduran student reacts to Trump’s threat to cut off aid, send troops to Mexico border

The end of Easter week was marked by President Donald Trump threatening to cut off aid to Honduras and send U.S. troops to the...
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