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OPINION: Halting refugee resettlement on Holocaust Remembrance Day tone deaf, insensitive and abhorent

by Dana Tsuri-Etzioni, Staff Columnist

February 1, 2017

Filed under Opinion

The U.S. is a diverse nation, and among it population are people whose families who have been affected by a previous generations’ refusal to admit refugees.

Students create Project Lunchbox to help Syrian refugees

by Kelly Kerrigan, Staff Writer

December 9, 2016

Filed under Arts & Culture, Arts & Lifestyle

Since the civil war broken out in Syria in 2011, 11 million refugees have fled to other countries such as Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon and Egypt living in poor conditions and without shelter. The refugees are often deprived of th...

Refugees line Campanile Walkway

by Staff

October 19, 2010

Filed under News

By Alejandra Paz, Contributor Last week, Campanile Walkway looked a bit different after 16 refugee camps set up along the pathway. The refugee camps were built by Students for Justice in Palestine and stayed erect overnight to raise awareness a...