Posts tagged: Immigration - Diverse

Report: International Student Yield for U.S. Colleges Holds Steady

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | July 6, 2017
Despite fears that international students might stay away from the U.S. because of President Do [...] Read more

U.S. Denies Visas to Gambia Teens in Global Robotics Contest

by Carley Petesch, Associated Press | July 5, 2017
DAKAR, Senegal — The United States has denied visas to five teenage students from Gambia comp [...] Read more

Man Held in Chinese Scholar’s Kidnapping was Grad Student

by Sara Burnett, Associated Press | July 2, 2017
CHICAGO — The 28-year-old Illinois man charged with kidnapping a Chinese scholar now believed [...] Read more

Arizona Regents to Offer In-state Tuition to Some Immigrants

by Clarice Silber, Associated Press |
PHOENIX — Public universities in Arizona said Thursday they will keep providing in-state tuit [...] Read more

Arizona Regents Will Offer In-state Tuition to DACA Students

by Associated Press | June 29, 2017
PHOENIX — The Arizona Board of Regents say it’ll continue to offer in-state tuition for eli [...] Read more

Syrian Doctor Caught in Travel Ban Gives Up, Moves to Canada

by Jennifer McDermott, Associated Press | June 28, 2017
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A Syrian doctor says he won’t return to the United States to finish his [...] Read more

Arizona Court Overturns In-state Tuition for DREAMERs

by Bob Christie, Associated Press | June 20, 2017
PHOENIX  — The Arizona Court of Appeals says young immigrants granted deferred deportation s [...] Read more

Scholars: DACA Reprieve No Reason for Dreamers to Relax

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | June 18, 2017
Even though the Trump Administration gave Dreamers a bit of a reprieve last week through its co [...] Read more

Paris Prosecutor Charges Notre Dame Attacker

by Sylvie Corbet, Associated Press | June 11, 2017
PARIS — The hammer-wielding man who attacked police officers patrolling in front of Notre Dam [...] Read more

Suspect in Notre Dame Attack was Ex-journalist, Student

by John Leicester, Associated Press | June 7, 2017
PARIS — The Algerian doctoral student suspected of attacking police officers in front of Notr [...] Read more

Rodriguez: Affirming a Macehual or Gente de Maiz Identity

by Roberto Rodriguez | June 5, 2017
A couple years ago, someone from California wrote me to tell me that: “Mexicans are taking ov [...] Read more

Poll: 2 in 3 Tennessee Voters Favor Immigrant Tuition Break

by Jonathan Mattise, Associated Press | May 30, 2017
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — About two out of three registered voters in the state think Tennessee stud [...] Read more

Rodriguez: Diaz Epitomizes Education and Responsibility

by Roberto Rodriguez | May 12, 2017
How time flies. Watching Cynthia Diaz at this year's Centro Guerrero convocation at the Univers [...] Read more

Eight Steps to Establish Support Systems for Undocumented Students

by Kevin Escudero | May 8, 2017
This current uncertainty of protections afforded under the DACA program underscores the need fo [...] Read more

Georgia Bans Funding to ‘Sanctuary’ Campuses Under New Law

by Associated Press | April 27, 2017
ATLANTA — Private colleges that don’t cooperate with federal immigration authorities would [...] Read more