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ASU DACA student Korina Iribe-Romo poses for a portrait on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017 on ASU's Tempe Campus. Iribe-Romo is a mother of a one-and-a-half-year-old son, and said the DACA program has allowed her a sense of security, not only for her, but for her growing family.
ASU supply chain management junior and DACA recipient Karen De La Fuente poses for a photo on Hayden Lawn on ASU's Tempe campus on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017. "One of the reasons my parents decided to bring me here was so that I could have a good education and a future," Fuente said.
ASU political science junior and DACA student Belen Sisa poses for a photo on ASU's Tempe’s campus on Monday, Feb. 20, 2017. Sisa is an aspiring lawyer and currently prepping for the LSAT exam.
ASU junior public policy student and DACA recipient Oscar Hernandez poses for a portrait in downtown Phoenix on Friday, Feb. 17, 2017
ASU alum and DACA recipient Reyna Montoya poses for a photo on ASU's Tempe campus on Wednesday Feb. 22nd, 2017. Montoya is the founder of Aliento, a group that mixes arts with organizing.
After being elected Maricopa
County Sheriff in November, Paul Penzone faces an arduous road in uniting the
An ASU student and DACA recipient took to Facebook Sunday morning to tell her followers she pays her taxes.
Tempe Undergraduate Student Government hosted an open forum Wednesday
with University President Michael Crow.
There are economic, environmental and human consequences attached to Trump's proposed border wall, and they will affect ASU students.
While President Trump's makes progress toward building a border wall, ASU students both support and criticize his actions.
In an era of revived activism, government representatives are failing to keep up with the amount of commentary they’re receiving.
The ASU Young Democrats will have a new executive board, starting Dec. 2.
Two ASU DACA students succeed in college, activism and their own businesses.
Members of USGD believe DACA students will continue to belong in Sun Devil community.
Some students feel uneasy about the possibility of their temporary legal status being revoked under a Trump administration.
Graph for DACA piece
Local Hispanic-heritage-themed activewear brand Ganaz Apparel is breaking the mold when it comes to gym culture.
ASU students anonymously erected a memorial to honor the memory of the 43 Mexican college students executed in 2014.
Illegal immigration rage continues, yet thousands of unaccompanied Central American children seek prosperity in the U.S. as they run away from gang violence and poverty in their home countries.
ASU has continued to listen to our voices and adhere to our needs.