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"It's the American way." Illustration published Monday, April 3, 2017.
You walk into the most famous house in the country. The President of the United States honors you and your team. You get to shake the leader of the free world’s hand.
SP Investigates: A look into the life of DACA student Oscar Hernandez from The State Press on Vimeo. Video by Andrea Neff.
"It's not easy to become an American citizen." Illustration published Monday, April 3, 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.
Edder Martinez, a journalism junior and DACA recipient, poses for a portrait on ASU's Tempe campus on February 14, 2017. "It allows me to go to school," Martinez said about DACA. "It allows me to work, it's my livelihood."
Belen Sisa, a political science junior and undocumented immigrant protected under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, took to Facebook Sunday morning to tell her followers she pays her taxes.
After being elected Maricopa County Sheriff, Paul Penzone faces an arduous road of perception in uniting the Valley community.
ASU President Michael Crow reinforced his support for students protected under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Act (DACA) at Tempe's Undergraduate Student Government open forum.
Since Trump announced his candidacy in 2015, he has thrived off the promise to “Make America Great Again,” and one of his favorite solutions to doing that was proposing a border wall. However, building a wall may have more consequences than Americans think, especially for Arizona.
ASU student Oscar Hernandez said he felt he didn't do enough to prevent the election of President Donald Trump, a president that could potentially change his life.
President Donald Trump has been moving quickly since his inauguration to deliver a promise that was expressed throughout his entire campaign: the wall.
Proposed in 2001, the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act was a piece of bipartisan legislation that did not pass, though it would have granted undocumented immigrants temporary residency and later, permanent residency. College students that would have benefited from this are referred to as DREAMers.
Coming off of a turbulent election season, the Young Democrats at ASU will be seeing new faces on their executive board for the upcoming spring semester.