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  • 21
    Jun
    2016

    Miss Universe on the cover of Rogue Magazine

    Rouge Magazine names Miss Universe 2015, Pia Wurtzbach one of the 50 most influential Pinoys online. Pia is also featured on the cover of the June issue.

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  • 16
    Jun
    2016

    Miss USA on the Daily Show with Trevor Noah

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    Miss USA 2016, Deshauna Barber appeared on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah on Thursday, June 16th.

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  • 16
    Jun
    2016

    Remembering Samantha Edwards

    We are saddened by the sudden loss of Samantha Edwards, Miss North Dakota USA 2003. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends. She will forever be a part of this organization.

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  • 14
    Jun
    2016

    Miss USA Celebrates U.S. Army’s 241st Birthday

    The U.S. Army’s 241st Birthday is June 14, 2016, a day we celebrate the Total Army Force comprised of multi-component Soldiers and Department of the Army Civilians and their contributions to national defense.

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  • 14
    Jun
    2016

    Siera Bearchell crowned Miss Universe Canada

    CBC.ca – Siera Bearchell was feeling a mix of excitement and relief after being crowned Miss Universe Canada in Toronto over the weekend.

    The 23-year-old native of Moose Jaw, Sask., beat out more than 60 national finalists in order to represent Canada at Miss Universe 2016 later this year.

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    “I knew coming into the competition that I had a good chance at winning, but you never know what can happen. I just kept telling myself to be myself, enjoy the moment on stage,” said Bearchell.

    Bearchell just completed her second year of law school at the University of Saskatchewan. She’s also an entrepreneur, having launched her own brand of clothing, Watered Down Apparel.

    She said that with every purchase, 30 days of clean drinking water is provided for people facing a lack of clean water. She’s partnered with the Water Is Life organization in order to make that happen. Bearchell said the idea came from a trip to Kenya, where she helped build a school for children. Read the full article here.