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Farewell to the Grand Old Dean of Latin Journalism

From the Editor “Those that say Julio Scherer Garcia has been a reference for the Mexican press during the past half-century or more are wrong and those that affirm that he’s been a master teacher of new journalists in Mexico are equally wrong,” wrote columnist Eric Nepomuceno on the January 7 death of an old…
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Border Farmworkers Still Lack Health Care

Editor’s Note:  In continuing our series of submissions from New Mexico State University student writers, Frontera NorteSur is pleased to publish this commentary from graduate student Marianne L. Bowers. Based on a recent health survey she conducted, Bowers offers these thoughts on health care issues facing farmworkers in the El Paso-southern New Mexico region of…
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