Archive | April 14, 2011

While Waiting For The Sun

by Victoria Cepeda   Darkness loomed Emptiness bloomed Discarded Unwanted So cold Longing for warmth In the gallows of gloom A haunted soul purged While Waiting for the Sun Thunder stroke Clouds roared Cleansing waters poured In the wake of a new dawn The deafening sound of chains Clinked And out of confinement it rode […]

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“Minorities” Seen as Having Advantage to Access Higher Education

by Victor Landa of I’m coming at this from two distinct points of view: one, I have two kids in college; and two, I teach at a local community college. On the one hand, I witnessed my kids’ dedication, sacrifice and hard work and know that their acceptance to universities was no fluke. On […]

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