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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The Hostile Terrain 94 Exhibition is now showing at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

‘If we didn’t have luck, we would be a tag’

JULIAN CABALLERO February 8, 2023

"If we didn't have luck, we would be a tag," Carlos Rojo, a senior political science major, said at the Hostile Terrain 94 Exhibition. Rojo said luck was a factor in receiving his visa and crossing...

The Hostile Terrain 94 art exhibition brings awareness to the deaths of migrants on the US-Mexico border

WSU’s ‘Hostile Terrain 94’ Art Exhibit Shines Light on Neglected Issues

ANNABELLE PEPIN, Evergreen columnist January 26, 2023

The conversation about the danger and corruption within the U.S. immigration system is often neglected in mainstream media, allowing harmful policies to overrule basic human rights. From Jan. 17...

The Hostile Terrain 94 art exhibition brings awareness to the deaths of migrants on the US-Mexico border

Art exhibition showcases migrant deaths on the US-Mexico border

SHAKIRA GONZALEZ-LUNA and GABRIELLE FELICIANO January 19, 2023

The Hostile Terrain 94 participatory exhibition will run from now to March 11 at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Created by the Undocumented Migration Project and directed by anthropologist Jason...

Ana Karen Betancourt Macias, WSU Vancouver graduating senior, helped create a bill that will provide financial support to undocumented students through low-interest loans. The bill was signed by Gov. Jay Inslee in April.

‘I am Ana Karen Betancourt Macias, and I’m undocumented’

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen editor-in-chief July 19, 2020

When Ana Karen Betancourt Macias introduces herself, she openly identifies herself as undocumented. “I introduce myself all the time as ‘I am Ana Karen Betancourt Macias, and I'm undocumented.’”...

International students should reach out to WSU’s Office of International Programs if they are concerned about returning to in-person learning.

WSU officials, students speak out against international student immigration policy

CHERYL AARNIO, Evergreen reporter July 12, 2020

International students will not be able to stay in the country if they do not take at least one in-person course in fall 2020, according to a statement by the Student and Exchange Visitor Program, part...

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