If immigrants want to change the harmful expectations imposed on them, they must first accept themselves, argues Phillip Kong PO ’24.
In light of the Trump administration’s policy change making it harder for international students to stay in the country, we need to recognize how vital international students are to the American college experience, argues Ebenezer Mensah PO ’23
Scripps College joined 16 institutions in filing a lawsuit Oct. 19 against the U.S. Department of Labor for changes to H-1B visa rules, which make it more difficult for U.S. companies to hire foreign workers.
The 5Cs’ decision to dissolve I-Place communicates a clear lack of consideration for international students’ needs, writes Mabel Lui SC ’21.
The International Place — the Claremont Colleges’ joint resource center for international students — will shut down for good at the end of the 2020-21 academic year, according to officials.
It’s important to recognize the advantages of an online first semester so we can reconstruct our first-year experience in a virtual setting, says Phillip Kong PO ’24.
Displaced from the 5Cs due to the pandemic, international students adopt unnatural sleep schedules in order to remain engaged in classes.
Incoming international students enrolling in fully online classes will not be able to enter the U.S. this fall, according to ICE guidelines.
The U.S. has rescinded a policy that would have stripped international students taking all-online course loads of their visas.
Pomona, Pitzer, Scripps and Claremont McKenna are suing the federal government over a recent ICE ruling impacting international students.