Monthly Archives: November 2013

CEO Profiles: Svetlana Sanchez

Laura Umetsu, Editor in Chief When I first met Svetlana Sanchez over  a decade ago, she was a Russian ESL teenager, new to America, and experiencing a tidal wave of culture shock. Now in her late 20s, she is powerful, trilingual, … Continue reading

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South Sudan: A Glimpse into Civil War’s Aftermath

Jasmine Bager, Civilian Global  News Columnist The Republic of Sudan was once the largest country in Africa. For decades, civil war broke out between the northern and southern parts, as it seemed that they were only geographically connected. Majority Arab … Continue reading

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Sound Immigration Policy vs. Border Insecurity

Rebecca Ellis, Civilian Global News Columnist While 102,965 young immigrants were assured in 2012 that they can stay in the United States under a new administrative program granting permanent residency to immigrants who came as children,  served in the armed … Continue reading

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Immigration Law Reform from a Conservative’s Perspective

Dain Blenk, Guest Columnist There are several problems with the current U.S. immigration laws.  Immigration is what made the United States what it is today, but the world has changed and our laws haven’t kept up.  Pile on top of that our … Continue reading

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