Nov. 14, members of the U.S. Supreme Court met to hear arguments about whether the President has the ability to end the DACA program.
Students gained legal advice about entrepreneurship while trying to obtain U.S. citizenship.
Professors from the political science department spoke about the topics that the Supreme Court will be covering this year and how they relate to Long Beach State.
Alumnus Brian M. Cuaron voices his opinions about a recent letter from the CSU system to the Supreme Court.
Immigration legal services will begin being offered to students, staff, and faculty at CSULB. CARECEN will be offering the services which include general legal advice, DACA renewals, and petitions to change immigration service. The services will be offered at the Dream Success Center.
Dreamers The self-evident themes of movement, stagnation, and uncertainty are creatively brought to the fore in “Dreamers: Aqui y Alla.” Under the directorial supervision of Andrea Caban and Julie Granarat-Huicutt, our own CSULB actors and Dreamers make perpetual, determined crossings and recrossings of the sparsely designed set, conveying the purposeful[Read More…]
The future of deferred action hangs by a thread — the U.S. Supreme Court put the policy termination on hold Monday after a lower court blocked President Donald Trump’s rescindment of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. The policy promised safety and protection for thousands of undocumented children and adults all[Read More…]
True accounts were brought to stage in “Dreamers: Aqui y Alla” to explore today’s political and social climate of being a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival recipient. California Repertory Company’s latest play, directed by Andrea Caban and Julie Granata-Hunicutt, follows a handful of DACA recipients through their struggles living under[Read More…]
A family separated, the fear of being deported, a constantly changing political landscape. California Repertory Company will touch on these issues in its upcoming play, “Dreamers: Aqui y Alla” directed by Andrea Caban and Julie Granata-Hunicutt. The story begins in 2012 and follows a group of Deferred Action for Childhood[Read More…]
In the fourth annual “An evening with” series, students will see the event’s first female headliner and hear a variety of new topics. Associated Students Inc. and Beach Pride Events have booked Diane Guerrero, the Colombian-American actress, philanthropist and social rights activist for Feb. 6. Although she is most known[Read More…]