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Make America great by keeping Dreamers

Catherine Gagulashvili staff writer Dreamers are people. They arrived to the U.S. before they turned 16, they have studied here, they have worked here and they have thrived here since then. The idea of having them lose work permits and face deportation is one of the most saddening things to come out of Trump’s pathetic […]

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Students speak out about DACA

Lauren Hannani culture editor In September of last year, the Trump Administration announced that it would not be renewing former president Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which temporarily exempted about 800,000 people brought into the country illegally as children from deportation. President Donald Trump has offered to expand the eligibility of the […]

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Immigrants reflect on education across oceans

Cathy Lee, cub writer with reporting from Isabella Cortes and Olivia Gonzalez-Britt Flying thousands of miles to arrive in the 5.71 square miles of Beverly Hills, Normans from foreign countries face language, curriculum and cultural differences. For junior Sayeh Rahbari, who attended school in Iran, the first challenge was learning how to communicate in English. […]

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Marc(o) my words

Keith Stone staff writer Donald Trump might hate illegal immigrants, but the son of two Cuban immigrants is going to beat him in the Republican primaries. Marco Rubio may currently be in fourth place in most polls, with nine percent of the vote, but on election day, he’ll walk away as the next presidential nominee […]

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