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How one DREAMer leveraged graphic design talents to sustain and express himself

How one DREAMer leveraged graphic design talents to sustain and express himself

By Alexander Sebastián Corey El Nuevo Sol As a college student, graphic design was more than just a hobby for Víctor Zúñiga, 25. It was a way to express complex social issues not fully understood by himself or by those around him at the time. Today, Zúñiga works as a graphic designer at an advertising

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Governor Signs Bill Enabling 15 California Community Colleges to Award Four-Year Degrees

La Prensa San Diego Governor Jerry Brown today signed into law a historic measure that for the first time enables a limited number of California community colleges to offer four-year degrees. Senate Bill (SB) 850, authored by State Senator Marty Block (D-San Diego), drew overwhelming bipartisan and business support because it addresses a growing need

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Report: ‘Unfair’ Arizona tax system unduly burdens poor residents

By Miranda Rivers Cronkite News WASHINGTON – Arizona’s poor are among the most overtaxed in the nation relative to the state’s better-off taxpayers, according to a recent survey of “tax fairness” in the states. The Wallethub survey asked 1,050 people across the country to define what a fair state and local tax system should look

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Herbal remedies big sellers in wellness strategies for Hispanics

By Marilyn Aleman Borderzine EL PASO— When it comes to trying to keep bodies healthy in the fit-vs-fat wars, this predominately Hispanic border city leans toward natural solutions. Seventy percent of residents here and across the border in Cuidad Juarez say they use herbal medicines to lose weight and treat a variety of illnesses, according

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Hispanic Fans Key To Growth Of Boxing And Mixed Martial Arts

By Brian Woodman CTLatinoNews.com We know boxing has long been a popular sport among Hispanics, with such well known Latinos in the ring as Carlos Ortiz in the ‘60s, Hector ‘Macho” Camacho and Miguel Cotto, whose fight at Madison Square Garden remains one of the top ticket sellers of all times. But in recent years,

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Texas contenders for governor offer differing views on immigration issues in public debate

Rio Grande Guardian HARLINGEN, TX — In a televised debate on Tuesday evening, gubernatorial candidates Greg Abbott and Wendy Davis offered sharply contrasting views on two top immigration issues in Texas. Davis said she supports allowing undocumented immigrants to apply for a driver’s permit to allow them to drive legally and with insurance on Texas

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