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One of Four Bills in Congress May Yet Protect Dreamers
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One of Four Bills in Congress May Yet Protect Dreamers

BY EDGAR ENRIQUEZ – President Donald Trump ended Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) last month, leaving the 800,000 recipients of the program to file for extensions and hope that they won’t be deported. The DACA program was created under President Barack Obama’s administration in 2012 and protected children who came to the U.S. illegally … Continue reading

‘Beyond Therapy’ Exaggerates the Human Condition for Comic Effect
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‘Beyond Therapy’ Exaggerates the Human Condition for Comic Effect

BY EDGAR ENRIQUEZ — Going to therapy in the 1980s was like getting a driver’s license: everyone did it. And, fresh from the sexual revolution of the ‘60s and ‘70s, people weren’t ashamed to be open about their desire to meet someone special – newspaper personals helped with that. Into this environment Christopher Durang drops his audience in “Beyond … Continue reading

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Comedian shares laughs and stories as part of Latin Heritage month

BY KEVIN STEELE — There was a mix of tears, laughter, and inspiration as students and faculty gathered together on Tuesday for the opening celebration of Latin Heritage Month. In its attempt to bring awareness about the Latino Culture to the campus community, Campus Activities invited comedian and empowerment speaker Ernie G (short for Ernesto … Continue reading

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Racial and Social Justice Are Featured Topics At Poetry Slam

BY NATE ORBE — Three of New York’s finest poets visited campus on Thursday to speak on racial injustice, gender equality, and growing up in underprivileged communities. Countless students gathered in the student center to celebrate Latinx Heritage while the pulse of the reggaeton drums reverberated throughout the room. La Bruja and Friends Poetry Slam … Continue reading