Some University of California officials themselves were surprised to see that a such
a large first-generation, minority student body population emerge. "It blew our minds,"
said Anita Casavantes Bradford, a professor of Chicano/Latino studies at University
of California Irvine. "The fact that this is a top research university that people
really want to go to that is also serving first-generation, low-income, Latino and
immigrant students in massive numbers, that realization is a big deal."
For the full story, please visit https://www.goodmorningamerica.com/living/story/center-immigration-debate-generation-college-students-revolutionizing-campuses-56566897.
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