“Tales From the Trails” was the first event of AHANA Acronym Week.
Emilio Rabasa Gamboa, general consul of Mexico in Boston, spoke to students on Monday in the Fulton Honors Library about the election and how it will affect Mexico.
After returning from a trip to El Salvador, Martha Guevara discussed the effects of U.S. immigration policy on migration in and out of the country.
“When you’re not used to the noises and how loud they are, it’s kind of terrifying, but then you really get used to it,” Aboukhater said. A recent transfer student to Boston College, Layla Aboukhater escaped Syria’s escalating violence in Nov. 2014 alongside her father.
In an effort to shift the focus to people who have overcome adversity, the Winston Center will host journalist Jose Antonio Vargas, a Filipino gay undocumented immigrant, on March 1.
Recent BC publications look at immigration patterns, politics, and life.
With the hopes of sparking conversation about immigration, students linked arms in response to a BC Snapchat Story.
Panel discusses successes and shortcomings of US immigration policy in the context of the upcoming elections.