Speaking the Same Language

Monzerrat Mendoza, ’21, a sociology major from California, spent months last year helping her parents, immigrants from Mexico, navigate the complicated process of applying for U.S. citizenship.

So when her professor emailed calling for interns to work at CARECEN (the Central American Refugee Center), where they would help local immigrants prepare for the citizenship exam and build their English language skills, Mendoza knew she had to be a part of it.

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Political Capital

Five students with outstanding academic records and an interest in American politics will participate in a seminar at The Washington Center examining...

Head of the Class

Recent Grad Awarded DaSilva Scholarship for Perfect GPA Hofstra graduate and Westbury resident Timothy Michel ‘15 has been named a recipient of the...

Berkshire Conference on History of Women

Five months after the historic women’s marches on Washington, NYC and around the world, the 17th Berkshire Conference on the History of Women (the...

The Modern Relevance of Marx

150 years ago Capital: A Critique of Political Economy revolutionized economic theory by outlining the workings of the capitalistic system.  Many...

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