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Next week, people across the United States will celebrate Thanksgiving, one of the world’s most distinctly American traditions. Families will reunite, parades will be...

Professor Francis Tanglao Aguas celebrates APIA as a “life project”

For professor Francis Tanglao Aguas, the journey to becoming the head of the Asian and Pacific Islander American studies department was not always clear. Having lived in very diverse locations throughout...

UndocuTribe rallies, speaks out against court cases to end DACA

Two years ago, in light of President Donald Trump’s revocation of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, UndocuTribe was created at the College of William...

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