Preserving our past while building for our future
Vol. XIV No. 4
APRIL 2018
ARCHIVES
STORIES AND COLUMNS

Paul H. Kusuda's column
(A Repost)
America eyes Immigration
again,
(04/13)

Foreign Policy & Security
The Way Forward on North
Korea Explained,
By the CAP National
Security and International
Policy Team

Cultural Heritage
2018 ANILAG: My
province;s Harvest Festival
in Photos,
By Heidi M. Pascual

Immigration
Dreams Deferred: A Look
at DACA Renewals and
Losses Post-March 5,
By Tom Jawetz, Nicole
Prchal Svajlenka, and
Philip E. Wolgin

Conservative Myths About
Medicaid,
By Madeline Twomey
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STORIES AND COLUMNS

Editorial/Over a Cup of Tea
Family, music, and love
for both,
By Heidi M. Pascual

Special Feature
Asian-American Scott
Lieng featured in US
Navy's documentary series,
From Ken Woodmansee

Scientific Research
Improved capture of
cancer cells in blood could
help track disease,
By Eric Hamilton,
UW-Madison

Gun Violence Prevention
Six Ways to Prevent Gun
Violence in America,
From Center for American
Progress

Immigration
OCA Opposes
Anti-Immigrant Bill,
From OCA

Consumer Protection
National CAPACD
Outraged by Passage of
Senate Bill S.2155
,
From NCAPACD
2018 LAGUNA HARVEST FESTIVAL (ANILAG) IN PHOTOS
Research study conducted by University of
Wisconsin–Madison School of Pharmacy
Professor Seungpyo Hong (R)
Below: An illustration of the CTC capture
process where cancer cells (in orange) and
white blood cells (in white) both begin rolling
along sticky proteins mimicking blood vessel
walls. IMAGE: MICHAEL POELLMANN