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Janeth Vazquez is a local advocate and teaches the citizenship classes at Seward County Community   College. Vazquez has been part of numerous protests and orginaztions that help support DACA awareness and pathways to citizenship. Dreamers like Sarahi Aguilera had come to Washington D.C to help advocate not only for DACA but for the rights of undocumented immigrants. Aguilera is a recent graduate of Seward County Community College  and is a advocate for the community.  She celebrates and hopes that the American  Dream and Promise Act will help all 11 million undocumented immigrants.

American Dream, Promise Act sparks hope for DACA recipients

Maria Coronado
March 22, 2021

T he House of Representatives voted on March 18 to create a path to citizenship for an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants.    The American...

(right to left) Janeth Vazquez, Sarahi Aguilera and two other dreamers fight for a Dream Act in Washington D.C. on March 5.

SCCC student among 87 detained at DACA rally

Michelle Mattich, Reporter
March 6, 2018

The lack of action Congress has taken towards DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) caused many Dreamers to form a human chain, or three layers...

Sarahi Aguilera, sophomore criminal justice major, spent Friday, Jan. 19, marching in Washington DC and visiting Kansas senator, Jerry Morans office to lend her voice in support of DACA. Aguilera travelled to the nationals capital to fight for the dream act as the deadline for either a budget or government shutdown looms.

The War on DACA continues

Michelle Mattich, Reporter
January 19, 2018

It has been a rollercoaster ride in the White House and in many homes across the United States after the Trump administration called for the end of DACA...

Sarahi Aguilera holds a sign declaring that DACA recipients are in the USA to stay. The SCCC sophomore has been to Topeka and Washington, D.C. to let her voice be heard on this issue.

Defending DACA

Michelle Mattich, Reporter/Editor
January 17, 2018

The fight for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) continues in the nation's capital. Seward County Community College has students and staff actively...

DACA demise affects students future

DACA demise affects students’ future

Michelle Mattich, Reporter
September 12, 2017

After the Trump Administration announced the rescinding of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Sarahi Aguilera felt like her life was totally...

DACA: What you need to know

DACA: What you need to know

Angelica Alfaro, Editor
September 12, 2017
We cut through all of the "information" and boiled it down to these main points. If you are a "Dreamer," you need to know these things.
Letter to the Editor:

Letter to the Editor:

Ryan Burrows, Guest
March 29, 2017

Dear Editor, Satirist and social critic H. L. Mencken once said, “For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.”...

DACA student gives insight on what its like to be a Dreamer

DACA student gives insight on what it’s like to be a “Dreamer”

Josey Garcia, Guest Columnist
March 27, 2017

Editor’s note: Josey Garcia is not the author’s real name. In order to be honest about what it’s like being a “DACA student” during this time...

Maria Lara

DACA program temporarily blocked

March 4, 2015

A federal judge this week temporarily blocked the president’s programs in regards to the DACA program, an American immigration policy which allows certain...

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