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Should this country’s new slogan be: Argentina, land of superlatives? Between being home to best pizzeria in South America, the number one city in Latin America for students, land of a teen Fortnite champion, and the city where …

Buenos Aires has truly been on a winning streak. From last week’s announcement that we house the best comic book store in the world, to today’s reveal that Palermo holds the best pizza place in South America, there must …

In Argentina, there are only a few things we can count on year in and year out, things that have grown to be dependable even though they are still pretty surprising. Inflation is one of them. Mirtha Legrand’s next birthday …

If you’re in need of a little educational enrichment after a summer spent engaging your brain exclusively in the search of respite from the heat (no judgement, it’s a full time job), then look no further than the Biblioteca Nacional …

Coming from England, nutritional education is something I’ve always taken for granted. The fond old days of the food wheel – you know, the colorful one, which as a child seems 99 percent fruit and veggies, and 1 percent pizza …

This last Tuesday ushered in the third week of irregular classes at Argentina’s public universities due to ongoing professor strikes throughout the nation.

Professors claim that the salary raise of 15 percent they were offered by the government is far

Last Thursday, an explosion rocked School Nº 49 in Moreno, La Plata, killing the vice principal and a school guard just twenty minutes before the children were set to arrive for their classes. The explosion was triggered by a

President Mauricio Macri interpreted Cambiemos’ victory in the midterm elections as an undeniable signal of support from the Argentine people, and didn’t waste any time seizing this influx of political capital to kick off what he believes will be a …

The Buenos Aires Province dealt with 3,000 false bomb threats to high schools in September. As a result, the territory’s Minister of Security, Cristian Ritondo, announced that the state has pressed charges against 120 parents and children for the false …

Over 30 public schools across the city of Buenos Aires have been closed for over four weeks, a result of students demonstrating their opposition to the government’s educational reforms. The students are protesting the government’s so-called Plan [email protected] or Plan