I had spent the entire night hauling heavy boxes of clothes from all around Forbes. As I lugged the last box of clothes from the fourth floor of the Addition—futilely wishing for an elevator to magically appear and relieve me of my burden—I found myself impressed with my work that day. Not because I was proud of all of the physical labor I had done but because I was impressed with just how many boxes the Forbes College Council had to pick up that last day of our clothing drive and how involved the Forbes community was.
“People move, people migrate for survival,” Julio Salgado said in his visit to Princeton Friday Dec. 5 at "Breaking Through Borders: Undocumented Activism - Art Transcending" in Studio 34. Princeton’s DREAM Team, a Pace Center student organization that seeks to push for immigration reform and raise awareness about immigrant-related causes, invited Salgado to speak on campus about his activism in the field and to showcase his artwork, which deals with authentic and raw portrayals of undocumented immigrants to the U.S.