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A Year of Change: Reflections After the Reversal of Affirmative Action by the Supreme Court

-Editorial The historic ruling last summer reversed decades of precedent, ending the ability of colleges and universities—public and private—to consider race as one of the many factors in deciding which qualified applicants are admitted. As the dust cleared in the post-decision shock, a tumultuous year in college admissions followed: partial-year …

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CBP Expands SENTRI Lane Hours at Otay Mesa

 -Editorial Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials announced today that the hours of operation for the SENTRI Trusted Traveler Program vehicle lanes at the Otay Mesa Port of Entry will be temporarily expanded, starting Friday, June 28, 2024. The expanded hours will be in effect on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays …

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Heated First Debate Between Trump and Biden Raises Concerns Over Biden’s Health, Spotlights Kennedy’s Absence

-Editorial The first debate between former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden was marked by moments of controversy and concern about the President’s ability to continue as the Democratic candidate. The debate was hosted by CNN at their Atlanta Studios on June 27. President Biden, 81, faced criticism for …

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Certified Art

By: Jaime Israel Dávila Gómez, Attorney. In the art world, particularly in the realm of visual arts, the use of Certificates of Authenticity is common practice. These certificates aim to provide certainty to the buyer regarding the originality and provenance of the artwork, as well as information about its creator …

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