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Maroon Madness Returns
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Maroon Madness Returns

Maroon Madness Returns By David Gomez Jr. Editor-in-chiefPublished Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021 Maroon Madness brought the return of food, fun and competition to TAMIU after two years since the 2019 offering.  The Texas A&M International University Kinesiology, Wellness and Recreation Center again housed one of TAMIU’s biggest annual events. Before the start of basketball season, the event takes the form of a pep rally to bring an escape after midterms. Kicked off at 4:30 p.m. by the Spooky Fest, food and games occurred on the lawn in front of the building before the doors opened at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28. David Gomez Jr. | BridgeA crowd of students compete for a free Dustdevils baseball cap during Maroon Madness on Thursday, Oct. 28, in the TAMIU gymnasium. ...
PHOTO GALLERY: Future Dustdevil Car Parade
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PHOTO GALLERY: Future Dustdevil Car Parade

PHOTO GALLERY: Future Dustdevil Car Parade Photos by Karla De LeonBridge Staff PhotographerPublished Sunday May 9, 2021 Students celebrating and giving giveaways in the Dustdevil Car Parade on May 6. Karla De LeonStudents celebrating and giving giveaways in the Dustdevil Car Parade on May 6. Karla De LeonOrganization CAB welcome future student in the Dustdevil Car Parade on May 6. Karla De LeonFuture student waves at the camera on their way to the Dustdevil Car Parade on May 6. Karla De LeonDecorated truck entering the tunnel in Dustdevil Car Parade on May 6. Karla De LeonWelcoming future students in the Dustdevils Car Parade on May 6. Karla De LeonWelcoming the first future students in the Dustdevils Car Parade on May 6. Karla De LeonStudents welcome future student in the Dustdevi...
The Biggest Issue Nobody is Talking About
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The Biggest Issue Nobody is Talking About

As a TAMIU student under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, I was still just like any other student, up until a certain point. I have always been enrolled full time, and have been able to balance two part-time jobs since high school. Like many other students, I was fortunate enough to have been accepted into the DACA program right after high school. Ever since then, with the ability to work, and the opportunity to continue studying, it seemed like I had made it. I never had any problems regarding my renewal for the DACA program, and with only a semester to go before graduating, everything seemed to go according to plan. In the blink of an eye, however, everything turned upside down. (more…)
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