“This place is our home and it doesn’t really matter what comes after. This is where we belong,” Park said during his ceremony at Gracie Mansion.
Meng says Jin Park, an undocumented college student, will help highlight the inaction regarding DACA.
On the front page of The Oxford Eagle, Jaz Brisack slammed the senator and her "misogynist policies."
Jin Park, the son of a line cook and nail salon worker, moved to the U.S. from South Korea when he was 7 years old.
Patrick Witt's detractors will dismiss him as just another by-product of the college beef trust or an ornament to the new, global retail-market university that has displaced it. But the real casualty is not Witt but any college that celebrates its Witts above what matters.
According to The New York Times, Witt's decision between his Rhodes candidacy and "The Game" was not what it seemed. In November
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Walter Kirn, author of the novels Up in the Air and Mission to America, has written the most enticing recent indictment of education in this country.