Megan Kludt says mass deportation unlikely, while DREAMers may become more vulnerable.
Collegian columnist Dan Stratford discusses how the controversial DREAM Act is playing out in the Student Government Association Senate.
In their November 17 meeting, the SGA swore in three new members, revised part of their constitution, and debated asking state officials to support the DREAM Act.
After seeing the SGA drop the ball on it’s support of the DREAM Act, UMass student Alexa McKenzie says that students need to pick it up and rally for support of the act, which will allow undocumented students attend college and join the armed services.
As a child, how much influence did you have over your parents’ decisions? If they decided to move to a new town, to find new jobs, to transfer you to another school, what degree of control did you have over the decision? Children can yell, kick and scream, but often with few favorable results. Children simply do not have the final say when it comes to making important life decisions affecting the entire family, especially when economic necessity is the compelling force. Thus, many young adults whose parents brought them to the United States illegally as children are paying the…