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Lorraine McCune a language researcher at Rutgers University in New Brunswick New Jersey analyzes human infants’ grunts and coos to understand the acquisition of language From infancy to adulthood chimpanzees come to use grunts for communication similar to the way humans learn to communicate through grunts like “mm” or “mm-hmm” as they grow Chimpanzees’ calls are more stereotyped and less complicated than human language but McCune hopes that comparing chimpanzee infants’ sounds with those of human infants may help reveal what’s unique about human infants’ sounds “We don’t know how acoustically similar a chimpanzee infant’s grunt would be to a human infant’s grunt” McCune says “If [Plooij] has all the vocalizations and the field notes that say what was happening at the time it would be much easier for me to see how those particular grunts related to what I find in human infants” The data now reside in Cornell University’s Macaulay Library and the Dryad Digital Repository another online resourceApplying for college can be stressful for any student but Rosa Sanchez says her immigration status has made it worse As an undocumented immigrant brought to the United States as a child Sanchez has been protected from deportation by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program or DACA which faces an uncertain future amid the Trump Administration’s pledges to wind it down "I saw my classmates and they were really excited" the 18-year-old tells TIME "I felt like something was being taken away from me" DACA has shielded some 700000 undocumented immigrants allowing them to attend school and take jobs but DACA recipients are not eligible for federal student aid and their access to state- and college-based aid varies Despite being a leader in her California high school and one of the top students in her class Sanchez struggled to grapple with the idea that she may not be able to attend school because she could not afford it "I felt really hopeless and sometimes I really wanted to give up" Last week Sanchez found out she is one of 1200 students who will gain a financial boost from TheDreamUs the nations largest scholarship program for so-called Dreamers a group that includes recipients of DACA and temporary protected status a program designed for refugees TheDreamUs was launched to fulfill what the leaders thought would be a temporary need after DACA was established under the Obama Administration many believed Congress was making real progress toward immigration reform But four years later Dreamers are still in limbo leaving TheDreamUs to continue providing scholarships helping nearly 3000 during the current academic year This spring 400 of the students they awarded in 2014 will be completing their college education The past few months have brought challenges to the population of immigrants known as Dreamers Last September the Trump Administration announced that DACA would be ending and gave Congress until March 5 to come up with a long-term solution But in the time since lawmakers have not passed any legislation that would offer them permanent protections Ongoing court battles have offered some reprieve decisions early this year have allowed DACA recipients whose documents have expired to renew which was not allowed under the Trump Administration’s decision to end the program And last week a federal judge ruled that if the government could not adequately explain why the program was ended in 90 days those who have not been able to apply may be able to access the program That could include some 23000 young people the Center for American Progress estimates turned 15-years-old after Sept 5 2017 Gaby Pacheco who serves as TheDreamUss director of advocacy development and communications says that after September the organization braced for a drop in applications "We were thinking oh this is really whats going to deter people from going to school" she says "Theyre probably going to use the last two years that they have to work and save money Theyre not going to even want to go to college" Instead she says a record number of students applied for their tuition scholarships this year and as a result around 1200 students will be awarded up to $29000 to help them obtain a Bachelors Degree or $14500 if theyre seeking their associate’s degree at one of TheDreamUss 76 partner schools Nearly 200 students who live in states where they face unique challenges in getting an education states where they would have to pay out-of-state tuition or are barred from attending public schools will receive up at $80000 to help them cover tuition fees housing and food through the organization’s Opportunity Scholars program says Pacheco "In the US right now I think one of the safest places for an undocumented student is on a college campus" she says Aside from the scholarship TheDreamUs program also works to build cohorts of students on their 76 partner campuses that can support each other throughout their college experiences But Pacheco says "that means when things are not necessarily going well for one of them they all kind of feel it" The Trump Administrations approach to immigration generally and DACA specifically have tested leaders at colleges and universities across the country Losing DACA protection puts a student at risk for deportation but it also means that student is unable to work putting their financial stability in jeopardy Recently it has become more difficult for students with DACA to afford college in some areas In April the Arizona Supreme Court issued a ruling that bars public schools from offering DACA recipients in-state tuition For students at Arizona State University and Maricopa Community College that means their tuition could nearly triple Students from mixed-status families are also dealing with the prospect of their relatives facing deportation which could contribute to anxiety "What weve tried to do is make it clear to our students that we will try to do everything we can within the law to support them in any way we can" says James Milliken the Chancellor of the City University of New York a TheDreamUs partner which has one of the countrys largest university-based immigration counseling programs which is available to students and non-students Some colleges have been trying to stave off the impact of the political climate Before the president was even inaugurated many colleges came out and declared themselves "sanctuary campuses" meaning they would limit their cooperation with immigration enforcement Around 700 college and university presidents signed on to a statement led by Pomona College urging lawmakers to uphold and expand DACA last fall In December of 2017 more than two dozen college leaders launched the Presidents Alliance for Higher Education and Immigration to call for protections for Dreamers and solutions for other immigration-related issues on campus Milliken estimates that there are "thousands" of undocumented students at CUNY right now though he says he does not have exact numbers because the school does not ask applicants about their citizenship Right now about 720 TheDreamUs scholars attend CUNY schools and over 200 of this years scholars have been accepted he says "These are talented ambitious hard-working students" says Milliken "They are the kind of people that we would want to have get an education and contribute to our communities and support their families and pursue their dreams" Liam Kande 30 is another one of this years TheDreamUS scholars In high school he says he was eager to attend college and even took some pre-college courses during his junior year But when he went to fill out a federal student aid form he discovered that he was undocumented Learning that he says was discouraging " I just thought OK I guess Im just going to have to work" he tells TIME So he did and eventually he found his passion and taught himself how to code "Now its my turn to live the dream that I thought I was never going to get again" he says of the opportunity to attend CUNY "I feel like Im not afraid anymore" Sanchez is also looking ahead to the future Like students across the country she will spend May 1 making her final decision about where shell attend school and start working toward becoming a neurosurgeon It should be an exciting time and yet the realities of her life are still weighing on her as she prepares to pen the speech she will deliver to her senior class on graduation day "Im a DACA student and Im really afraid of what people might think of me if I go up to them at the stadium and say hey this is me Im your valedictorian" she says "What are they going to think you know" Write to Maya Rhodan at mayarhodan@timecom Tune in above to follow along.

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