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The MCC Performing Arts Center's inaugural season will officially kick off Oct. 30 and 31st with the dance performance “Who Dunnit,” presented by MCC’s...
Posted on June 27, 2012 by Sally Mesarosh
Graduate student German Cadenas came to the U.S. from Venezuela with his family when he was 15. At the time, Venezuela was host to a national strike against President Hugo Chavez. His family overstayed their visas in the U.S. for fear they would return to a dictatorship in their home country.
Cadenas graduated from high school in Tempe and applied to attend ASU, but was denied admission because of his immigration status and lack of a student visa. Cadenas achieved two associate’s degrees from Mesa Community College, and was admitted to ASU after three attempts.
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