Volume 4, Number 10 - February 13, 2014

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For Students with Deferred Action Status, Optimism and Frustration

For Students with Deferred Action Status, Optimism and Frustration

It has been about a year and a half since President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) process was announced back on June 15, 2012 and went into effect a few months later on August 15. Since then, hundreds of thousands of people have been provided relief as a result, but questions remain on what the future holds for undocumented immigrants.


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    Gospel Explosion : Performers from the Shewbread School of Worship Dance were one of various groups that performed during the 8th Annual Gospel Explosion and Soul Food Tasting on Feb. 8 at North Campus. The event, which is held in the Lehman Theater in observance of Black History Month, featured local choirs, solo singers and praise dancers from Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.  VINCENT RIVES/THE REPORTER

  • empty stands Batter Up: Shortstop Daren Seferina waits for a pitch during a game versus Palm Beach State College on Feb. 11. Seferina went 0-3 in the game. IRMA GUTIERREZ\THE REPORTER
  • singer Gonna Be Alright : Gospel Artist, La Vie, sings her rendition of the Bob Marley classic "Every Little Thing Is Gonna Be Alright" at the Lehman Theater on Feb. 8 as part of the the 8th Annual Gospel Explosion and Soul Food Tasting at North Campus.  
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  • at Wolfson2 DOWNTOWN JAZZ: Vocalist Lisanne Lyons performs at a Jazz at Wolfson presents event at Wolfson Campus on Jan. 22. The monthly concert series run through April.    VINCENT RIVES/THE REPORTER
  • Malone1 Radio Head: WLRN-Miami Herald News reporter/producer Kenny Malone speaks at the Miami Dade College Journalism Speaker Series at Wolfson Campus on Jan. 30.  ANGELA DELGADO/THE REPORTER

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