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It hasn’t taken Catarina Macario long to hit her stride in college. Stanford’s freshman soccer phenom started classes only Monday, and already she is touting psychology professor James Gross. And knocking President Trump. Macario, a native of Brazil, immigrated to the United States in 2012 when she was 12 with her father and brother. She got her green card as a permanent resident a few years ago and plans to pursue citizenship. Although not in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, she feels for the DACA youngsters being targeted by the Trump administration’s anti-immigrant policies.
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- Peru is on a bid to catch up with its innovative Latin American neighbors
By Victoria Stunt - Thursday Aug 10, 2017
For the past decade the Peruvian economy has been one of the fastest moving in the region — but it’s apparent Peru’s technology ecosystem is still in its infancy. Economically driven by mining, Peru invests just 0.08 percent of its GDP in innovation. By comparison, Chile invests 0.37 percent. Yet Peru refuses to be left behind. Read More