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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: 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."

Tico Times: Letters to the Editor (Jan. 18, 2019)

Addressing electric trains in Costa Rica, edible straws and protecting the environment.

Tico Times: Letters to the Editor (Jan. 11, 2019)

Addressing Central American immigration, the indigenous community in Costa Rica, and the value of lifeguards.

Tico Times: Letters to the Editor (Jan. 4, 2019)

Addressing violence against the LGBTI community, protecting animals, and Pink Floyd (and President Alvarado).

Tico Times: Letters to the Editor (Dec. 28, 2018)

Addressing gender violence, the value of lifeguards and more.

Tico Times: Letters to the Editor (Dec. 21, 2018)

Immigration is a human right, understanding a secular state and more.

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