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Cubans are Ready for Changes

Cubans huddle up near a hotspot areas to get Wi-Fi connection. Photo by Emily Benson.

By Ivana Stolnik Havana, Cuba – While a group of students were sitting in the charming Russian Restaurant “Nazdarovie” discussing Cuba with the owner – in a place overlooking the Malecón and enjoying some stuffed Ukrainian varenyky dumplings – the waiter … Continue reading

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Arroz Con Mango

Having lunch at the Mediterrisco. Photo by Kayla Shults.

By Ivana Stolnik First, I would like to begin by explaining the meaning of my title. “Arroz con mango” is a popular Cuban expression and it literally means “rice with mango.” However, it translates to a sticky mess or situation. … Continue reading

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Ivana Stolnik

Ivana Stolnik

Ivana Stolnik is an international student from Croatia studying journalism at Stony Brook University. She’s passionate about human rights and international law and wants to continue her education following that direction. She speaks several foreign languages and is always interested … Continue reading

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