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BINATIONAL IDENTITY

  By: Ellie Burgueño The border region is the place where many people were brought up and influenced by both cultures, Mexican and American. It’s hard to say that a person born and raised in the US, living by the border, born to Mexican parents or even American with no …

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CETYS OPENS ITS DOORS TO U.S. STUDENTS

  Southern California students met CETYS University educational offer and facilities.   Mexicali BC.- CETYS University invited students from Southern California to meet its educational offerings and facilities in the first edition of “Campus Open House”, where attendees had the opportunity to be informed of the benefits provided by the …

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FOR GABRIEL GARCIA MARQUEZ THERE’S NO SOLITUDE

By: Teodoro Rentería Arróyave Although the family had determined it, it is said that at the end the ashes of the great Colombian-American author, as well as citizen of the world, Gabriel García Márquez rest in his homeland, Cartagena de Indias, near the family home that faces the ocean. How …

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SPEAKING OF KIDNEY TRANSPLANT, ALL REALITY

By: Dr. Cesar Gonzalez, Transplantologist. Before beginning with the benefits of kidney transplantation, it is important to discuss some of the most important functions of kidneys. Kidneys filter the blood and remove waste products of metabolism segregated in the urine, which is then transported to the bladder for the body …

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NEW CHANGES IN MEXICO’S LABOR REFORM. EVERYDAY JUSTICE

By: Elías Flores Gallegos, Attorney Recently, the President of Mexico sent to Congress a series of reforms in legal matters, among which is an initiative to reform the labor justice system that would include modernization and disappearance of the Boards of Conciliation and Arbitration, and transfer these functions to true …

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Stress and Yoga

By: Leticia Mancera ¿How did this word come to be part of our daily vocabulary?  The term originally applied only in Physics and Architecture referring to the strength or tension applied to an object to deform it, reaching its limit of elasticity before breaking.  DRAMATIC DEFINITION! Hans B. Selye (1907-1982), …

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Trademarks and Creative Content

By: Jaime Israel Dávila Gómez, Attorney In Mexico, the names used by individuals or companies in broadcasts and periodicals can be protected through trademark registration. When we talk about broadcasts and printed media such as periodical magazines we refer to, newspapers, journals, newsletters, periodicals, pamphlets, radio and television (whether conventional …

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Six U.S. Airlines will Begin Scheduled Flights to Cuba

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration on Friday authorized six American airlines to begin direct flights to Cuba as soon as fall, paving the way for the resumption of scheduled air travel between the United States and Cuba after more than 50 years. The Department of Transportation said it had approved applications from …

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Marriage

By: Nicole Rodiles, Full Time Psychology Professor at Imperial Valley College Marriage is not an arrangement that one should enter into lightly. And it makes it a lot easier if you are married to your best friend. That way, even when you don’t like the person at that moment, you …

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