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Ethnic history of New Haven exhibit reveals immigration roots

Sofia Rositani — Reporter Immigration has been extensively discussed during Social Justice Month, from Sonia Nazaro speaking out about child immigrants in Mexico to the Voices of Immigration panel, which is involved with the “Ethnic History of New Haven: Pre-1638 to 2000 and Beyond” at Buley Library. The exhibit tells the history of New Haven and the immigrants who came

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National Poetry Month celebrates diverse poets

J’Mari Hughes—Reporter April is National Poetry Month, and to celebrate Buley Library has a display on the first floor featuring dozens of famous books from poets like Langston Hughes and Stephen Fry. National Poetry Month began in 1996 and was founded by The American Academy of Poets to help people appreciate poetry and get support for it, according to Winnie

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How students are prepping for finals

Sidney Jones – Special to the Southern News With only two weeks before finals commence, Sandra Gomez-Aceves, a senior journalism major, has only worked on assignment-based finals. “I haven’t started studying for finals yet,” said Gomez-Aceves, “but I have been working on two final projects for about three weeks now.” Because of her major, Gomez-Aceves said the type of finals

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