executive order

WU law professor works with ACLU to sue Trump administration over decision to sanction those who work for the International Criminal Court

When Washington University professor of international criminal law Leila Sadat heard the news that former President Donald Trump had signed an executive order designating the International Criminal Court (ICC) as a “national security threat,” June 11, she was shocked.

| Senior News Editor

Protesters march to the Arch in opposition to Trump executive order

A protest took place in downtown St. Louis this past Saturday in response to President Donald Trump’s recent executive order on immigration, commonly referred to as the “Muslim ban,” and other anti-immigration and anti-refugee acceptance policies.

| Staff Reporter

Anti-immigration protests spread to Blunt’s office

Nationwide protests against President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration—which has been called a “Muslim ban”—and other immigration policies spread to the Clayton, Mo. offices of Senator Roy Blunt this past Wednesday.

| Staff Reporter

Chancellor releases statement of principles

Chancellor Mark Wrighton adopted a formal statement of principles Wednesday to reaffirm statements released regarding the Deferred Action for Child Arrivals program and the executive order signed by President Donald Trump that restricted immigration from certain countries into the United States.

| Senior News Editor

Chancellor condemns executive order, students demand further action

Chancellor Mark Wrighton called for the withdrawal of an executive order signed by President Donald Trump in an email sent to the Washington University community early Sunday evening.

| Senior Editor

Op-ed submission: College Republicans denounce Trump’s immigration order

Last week, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that banned refugees and immigrants of seven majority-Muslim nations from entering the United States. We, the Washington University College Republicans, strongly denounce this action.

College Republicans

It’s not about the research: A call for real compassion

On Friday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning citizens of seven majority-Muslim countries—Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen—from entering the United States for 90 days.

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