I have a lot to be thankful for—unlike many of my friends from home, my parents are not part of the 32 percent of the CNMI’s population who may lose their legal status on Nov. 28.
"We have won the war, but we do not speak peace or think peace," said Her Excellency Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga, former President of Sri Lanka, at a talk in CGIS yesterday about the ethnopolitical conflict in Sri Lanka.
Jose Antonio Vargas, a former Washington Post correspondent who "came out" four months ago as an undocumented immigrant, answers students' questions in Kirkland JCR last Saturday at an event sponsored by Act on a DREAM and Kirkland Conversations.
Members of Dartmouth Raaz perform at Raunak, a charity South Asian fusion dance show, last Saturday in Lowell Lecture Hall. The show also featured dancers from MIT, Harvard, BU, BC, Penn, Columbia, UConn, NYU, Tufts, and UMass, and raised money to support education in India and Pakistan.
Dancers in Tamasha, Tufts University’s Bollywood fusion dance team, light up the stage at Raunak, South Asian Dance Organization’s annual charity fusion dance show. Proceeds from the show will go to support education in India and Pakistan.
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