Thursday, October 27, 2016

Morning Report: Homeless encampment clean up continues along Arroyo Seco; Occidental College’s long-distance running star once faced deportation

Screaming Man, Echo Park | Mary-Austin Klein/Instagram

News & Notes:

  • A clean up of Arroyo Seco homeless encampments is  expected to continue this week, reports KPCC.
  • An Occidental College student who once faced deportation to Mexico is now poised to become the greatest distance runner in the history of the Eagle Rock college, reports Occidental Magazine.

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One comment

  1. Good for Guzman Aguilar. He was brought here illegally as a child, under no fault of his own … and followed the process to become a citizen. He did what was asked, which was to leave the country while things were processed. He did that, was allowed to return, and is now making his future come true. He corrected his situation the right way. Good for Guzman Aguilar

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