DEFENDING AMERICA’S LIGHT PRESENCE IN SYRIA

by Kahlil Ram
Staff Writer

After the 2011 Syrian democratic protests derailed into a horrifying civil war, many wonder why the United States did not do more to stop the crisis.

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U.S. REPUTATION THREATENED UNDER TRUMP

by Eden Allegretti
Staff Writer

Throughout my whole life, I have grown to realize what America symbolizes not only to our citizens, but to the world: a country based on freedom, equality, endless opportunities and hope. It is with these principles in mind that so many Americans and their representatives have fought to legalize gay marriage, provide affordable healthcare to all, shelter refugees, reduce pay inequality and much more.

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The Travel Ban: The Politics of Immigration in the U.S. (I-House Global Forum Review)

By Sneha Naren
Staff Writer

International House (I-House) is a residential community on UCSD’s campus that houses domestic and international students and organizes programs which foster multicultural curiosity and understanding.

My childhood as a second generation American was filled with narrations by my relatives explaining their struggles with immigration. One story which holds a strong place in my memory is one told by my uncle, in which he detailed his battles with obtaining a green card.

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