UMass Divest and proponents of sanctuary campus will not be allowed to speak at Board of Trustees meeting
Public comment denied in move organizers of on-campus groups call undemocratic.
Megan Kludt says mass deportation unlikely, while DREAMers may become more vulnerable.
A crowd of protesters filled lobby of the Whitmore Administration Building after learning that the University is not labelled a “sanctuary campus.”
Hundreds of students marched from the Student Union to Whitmore in a demonstration Wednesday.
The event was sponsored by Student Affairs and Campus Life and the International Programs Office.
Ruwan Teodros explores the history of the Chobani yogurt company, which has recently come under fire for hiring refugees.
Visiting economists presented two views on immigration.
Ken Reade, director of international student and scholar services in the International Programs Office, and immigration law attorney Dan Berger discussed topics ranging from obtaining visas to the impact of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris on immigration.
The governor said Monday that he’s not interested in accepting Syrian refugees in the state of Massachusetts.
Frank Schulze argues that immigration does not take away jobs or increase unemployment.
Suyash talks about immigration and the land of opportunity.
A recent UMass Poll analyzes American thoughts on gun control, immigration, the federal minimum wage, and the effectiveness of government officials.
Nathan Fatal lays out the argument why the approach of the new STEM Jobs Act is too roundabout and a more direct reform should be implemented.
Fatima Shama addressed a group of students and faculty in the Student Union about the need for immigration law reform in America.
Fatima Shama comes to campus for her talk “Immigration Nation: Past and Future” to discuss immigration and cross-cultural interaction.
A photographic replica of the border between southern Arizona and Mexico will be installed between the parking garage and the campus center to demonstrate the effects of driving a barrier down the center of a community.
With Thanksgiving around the corner, it’s easy to focus on the various evils associated with the founding of America. Collegian columnist Roy Ribitzky takes a look at immigration and celebrates our multi-cultural legacy.