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Calero

Most Decorated U.S. Latino Soldier SFC Agustín Ramos Calero

Sergeant First Class Agustín Ramos Calero served with the 65th Infantry Regiment widely known as the “The Borinqueneers.” Calero was known as the “One Man Army” for receiving 22 decorations during World War II making him the most decorated U.S. Latino of the war. Calero died on February 10, 1989 of cancer and was buried […]

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The Debate Over The Obama Administration’s Deportation Policy

By Victoria Cepeda The debate is on whether the Obama administration’s illegal immigration deportation policy is harsher than that of the Bush administration. So far, over 1 million illegal immigrants have been deported in the past 2.5 years. A palliative initiative, to what some believe to be the government’s harsh deportation tactics, was introduced in August allowing young […]

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obesity

To Solve Obesity Problem, We Need To Start With The Children

I bet you’re thinking to yourself — enough already with the obesity topic! Well, there’s a reason I harp so much about obesity; it’s because, despite all that’s been written about obesity and its consequences, it’s getting worse. Obesity threatens not only our personal health, but the health of our society. The consequences of obesity […]

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