Misled in History

It’s too easy today to get romantic about history. Since first inundated with that sing-song phrase, “In 1400 and 92, Columbus sailed the ocean blue,” early in our childhood, we’ve grown up with the notion of the European explorers coming to America as romantic travelers who tamed a “new world,” despite heart-wrenching trials of character […]

Migration to Education

Raul Ramos, the associate director of the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) and affectionately known as \”Rudy,\” has a pretty good idea what freshman CAMP students need in order to adjust to university life. After all, he comes from four generations of migrant workers himself. Rudy spent many of his summer vacations throughout elementary and […]