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Though President Donald J. Trump tweeted Sept. 7 that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients “have nothing to worry about” during the six-month phase out, some — including Emory community members, government officials and organizations — nationwide have pressed ...

This is the first installment of the “Round table” series, which aims to clarify and explain modern issues by compiling interviews with individuals who specialize in relevant areas. Nearly 800,000 individuals could be deported after President Donald J. Trump’s administration ...

This article will be updated as new information becomes available. President Donald J. Trump is ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA) program that offers temporary immigration benefits to some undocumented immigrants, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Tuesday ...

Carter Center Launches Liberian Election Observation LIBERIA — The Carter Center announced an international mission to observe Liberia’s Oct. 10 presidential and legislative elections, according to an Aug. 28 Carter Center press release. A  first team of observers from the ...

A bill that would cut state funding for private colleges that adopting the “sanctuary policy” designation and prohibiting school officials from complying with law enforcement passed through the Georgia House of Representatives Feb. 22 by a vote of 115 to ...

The Emory Sanctuary Coalition called University President Claire E. Sterk’s refusal to declare Emory a “sanctuary campus” as a “lack of courageous leadership” Feb. 7 in the latest of a series of back-and-forth statements between the Coalition and University administration. ...

The morning of University President Claire E. Sterk’s inauguration as the 20th president of Emory, about 175 people gathered in front of the Administration Building. But the crowd did not congregate on the Quadrangle in celebration of her inauguration. Instead, ...

More than 200 University faculty members called University President Claire E. Sterk to designate Emory a “sanctuary campus” and institute a policy to protect the rights of undocumented students in the third set of requests in less than three months ...

Emory University will not declare itself a “sanctuary campus” but will continue supporting undocumented students, according to a Jan. 18 all-Emory email from Interim Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Stuart Zola and Senior Vice President and Dean ...