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Immigration law clinic offered at Washington University law school

Starting this semester, Washington University’s law school now offers a clinic in immigration law for second and third-year law students. The clinic is structured to provide students with practical experience representing and counseling non-U.S. citizens in immigration law cases.

Ted Moskal | Contributing Reporter

WU speaks out against immigration ban to secure global community

Following President Donald Trump’s election in November, Chancellor Mark Wrighton, on behalf of Washington University, released a statement emphasizing the importance of “[continuing] to make progress in enhancing diversity in our community and in creating an environment where all feel welcome.”

Bailey Winston | Staff Reporter

Demands made of chancellor

Undergraduate and graduate students, professors and St. Louis community members gathered for a brief “speak-out” with the objective of making Washington University a sanctuary campus Wednesday afternoon in the Danforth University Center.

| Breaking News Editor

Election issue profile: Immigration

Immigration is a hotly debated topic among people who like to pretend they didn’t come to this country as immigrants in the first place.

| Senior Forum Editor

NBC’s Chuck Todd talks election 2012

NBC’s Chuck Todd filled Graham Chapel with people and occasional chuckles while talking about what people can expect from the 2012 election: a close race.

Parikh’s keynote lecture addresses issue of women in immigration debate

One Washington University student said he is descended from a Macedonian mail-order bride. Another said his ancestors barely avoided immigrating to the states on the Titanic. The stories were elicited as part of associate professor Shanti Parikh’s lecture on Tuesday titled “Love, Sex, and Immigration: Regulating Population and Reproduction.

| News Editor

Reconsidering illegal immigration realities in Arizona

Mr. Markel (“Decapitation: coming soon to a city near you,” Sept. 3) attempts to defend the anti-immigration law in Arizona by mentioning several horrific events. However, all of them occur in Mexico, and there is no evidence that violence is spilling across the border.

Kevin Lin