Annika Mulaney

Stanford must protect international students from ICE deportation

We must act fast to protect Stanford’s international students. Stanford should not merely “urge the [Trump] Administration to rethink its position”; it should use its authority as a leading academic institution to demand complete revocation of these modifications. Simultaneously, Stanford should clarify whether the current hybrid plan is sufficient to let students stay in the US. If not, the administration should complete an operational change plan that allows international students to be enrolled in person for all three quarters and submit it to [email protected] no later than Wednesday, July 15, 2020, in accordance with the policy. As individuals, we can take action by signing this Stanford petition to protect Stanford international students and this White House petition to allow students with F-1 and M-1 visas to stay in the US.

A COVID-19 prisoner’s dilemma

With the recent evidence of America’s flattening COVID curve, the prospect of reopening the economy is suddenly in reach. We now face a critical decision between easing shelter-in-place directives and extending them into the summer. In New Jersey, indoor dining remains prohibited. In Florida — which set a record high in daily reported cases for…
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