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Op Ed: We need change in U.S. leadership. Citizens abroad can make that happen

Elections have consequences. Politics can bring out the best and the worst in us all, and either grow our leadership on the world stage...

Costa Rica Fishing Legend: Rembering Robin Williams:

Robin Williams, founder of Crocodile Bay Resort in Puerto Jimenez, passed Saturday, Dec. 14 after a long illness.

Letter to the Editor: We are students in Monteverde. This is why we are striking against climate change.

Join us in making a change before we no longer have the chance.

Letter to the Editor: Join the 2019 Global Climate Strike, Friday Sept. 20

It’s time to take a stand, to show the political will to effect rapid and drastic changes in our policies and laws.

Letter to the Editor: Fueling fears of a Hispanic invasion

Texas is a state with centuries of history under six flags, the first two being those of Spain and Mexico.

Letter to the Editor: Monteverde Community Fund creating local opportunities

Costa Rican gems like Santa Elena and Monteverde must create spaces for the people in their communities, not just attractions for their tourists.

Letter to the Editor: The story of the Cortez Amarillo, or how a country loses its own land

"Life in Costa Rica isn’t perfect and it comes with its fair share of stresses, but in general I found the Costa Rican people to be genuinely kind, patient and proud of their country."

The rise of the #metoo movement through the eyes of two Costa Rican teenage girls

As two 14-year-old Costa Rican teenage girls, we are often stared at or followed by men when we walk down the street, and this makes us feel uncomfortable and unsafe. This has to change.

‘School of second chances’ opens in Costa Rica

Last month, The Costa Rican School of Opportunities opened in San José. It already has 75 adult students working toward obtaining a high school degree.

Letter to the Editor: Costa Rica reflections

"Life in Costa Rica isn’t perfect and it comes with its fair share of stresses, but in general I found the Costa Rican people to be genuinely kind, patient and proud of their country."
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