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Displaced Puerto Ricans Offered Discount Tuition By Florida Colleges

More than a week after Hurricane Maria plunged Puerto Rico in darkness, a number of South Florida colleges have announced tuition fee discounts for students affected by the hurricane.

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How Students Can Resist the Trump Administration

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The election of Donald Trump as US president has birthed a determined, ever-growing network of resistance. In the five days following his election, the ACLU collected an unprecedented $7m and over three million people across more than 300 cities took part in women’s marches. Since then, the US government has repeatedly been met with organised, vocal protest, whether it be at their attempt to repeal Obamacare and leave millions without health insurance, or attempts to ban Muslims from entering the country.

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How One Graduate is Helping Asylum Seekers with their Periods

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Seeking asylum in a foreign country is a difficult and emotionally draining process, but for women there are added complications. Women seeking asylum in the UK are often so cash-strapped that they’re forced to use tissue paper, rolled-up t shirts or cotton wool during their periods, which puts them at risk of infection and toxic shock syndrome.

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Buying the Morning-After Pill Made Me Feel Ashamed and That’s Crazy

If you’ve never anxiously googled something along the lines of “split condom, birth control, antibiotics, how likely” in the middle of the night, with a disinterested male sleeping  like a baby next to you, well, you’re probably not a heterosexual woman.

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Brexit Bash Guide: Mourn the Anniversary of the EU Ref in Style

One year ago, the UK voted to leave the EU. A lot may have happened since then from one prime minister resigning to one calling an embarrassing snap election, but there’s no getting away from the fact Brexit is still well and truly happening. As negotiations tick up a gear in Brussels, here’s our guide to marking the one year anniversary with a Brexit bash that both Remainers and Leavers can enjoy.

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