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A look at the portrayal of immigration on television

A look at the portrayal of immigration on television

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor October 12, 2020

For years, television has been a way to bring visibility and shape people’s interpretations of the characters they portray. TV characters and stories have been given expanded importance and resonance...

LASA Presents: Tunnel of Oppression

LASA Presents: Tunnel of Oppression

Quiana Criales , Contributing Writer November 14, 2017

On Monday, Nov. 6 a discussion on immigrant oppression in the United States educated students on mass deportation laws under the new administration and the obstacles undocumented citizens face in America....

A Panel on the DACA Program

A Panel on the DACA Program

Sarah Dematteis, Staff Writer October 25, 2017

Students and faculty filled the Alumni Lounge on Thursday afternoon (October 19) to participate in a discussion-based panel on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The panel, put...

University Prepares for an End to DACA

University Prepares for an End to DACA

Glenn Rohrbacker, Editor in Chief September 6, 2017

In an email to students Tuesday night, University of New Haven President Steven Kaplan responded to the decision by the Trump Administration to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program passed...

The Politics and Future of Climate Change, Immigration, Technology and Wealth

Patricia Oprea February 17, 2016

“We live in the most prosperous times,” assures Hans Brattskar, aside from what the news is showing.  There is a revolution in life expectancy; people are living longer and healthier lives than in...

Suggestions Regarding the Deportation of Certain Individuals

Kaitlin Mahar September 30, 2015

As Based On Donald Trump’s Current Stance on  Illegal Immigration 1. Nicole Arbor There are funny women, and then there’s Nicole Arbor, the fat-shaming feminazi that makes pretty much every...

Arizona Immigration Law

Ashley McDowell August 25, 2010

From the New York Times, in April 2010, Arizona adopted the nation’s toughest law on illegal immigration, provoking a nationwide debate and a Justice Department lawsuit. On July 28, one day before the...

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