Trump’s DACA program decision sparks uncertainty

A protester chants in support of UC Berkeley's undocumented students from a balcony of UC Berkeley's Sproul Hall on Wednesday, November 9, 2016 in Berkeley, Calif. (Rachael Garner/Senior Staff)
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A protester chants in support of UC Berkeley's undocumented students from a balcony of UC Berkeley's Sproul Hall on Wednesday, November 9, 2016 in Berkeley, Calif. (Rachael Garner/Senior Staff)

The Trump Administration announced Thursday it will maintain the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, creating an air of uncertainty for some members of the undocumented community.
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What happened during the 2018 government shutdown

The federal government is en route to reopen three days after its initial shutdown. The recommencement of government takes place after the Senate Democrats conceded their demands for a vote on legislation to protect Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival, or DACA recipients, compromising on their previous stipulations.
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State officials encourage undocumented students to apply for Dream Act

Facing a new national political climate, California education leaders are now urging the state’s undocumented students to apply for the California Dream Act, a financial aid program that provides scholarships for undocumented students attending state universities, which is seeing a significant decrease in application numbers.
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Off the beat: Pursuing a Cal education

It’s finally here — my senior year. As I waited in line for L&S advising in Evans Hall to triple-check my graduation requirements, I came into a conversation with a freshman girl from Vietnam. “Do you have a green card?“ she asked. The question took me back for a minute
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