‘Immigration Simulation’ Educates Misericordia Students On Process
Misericordia University students explored the topic of immigration through an ‘immigration simulation’ Tuesday at the Dallas campus. The event, hosted by the Misericordia University Campus Ministry, allowed students to go through a variety of simulated scenarios that people experience as they take the steps needed to immigrate into the United States. The simulation is intended to give non-immigrants a perspective and understanding of the process of immigration, as well as educate students on why people migrate to the United States seeking a better life. Above: A group of students pick beans to simulate working in the fields. Right: Misericordia students Krishonna Jordan, left, and Jordyn Powell participate in the simulation.