As an international student living on campus during the early months of the pandemic, I felt very isolated. Creating “Millions Like Us” pulled me away from the “self-quarantine” confines of my own dorm and connected me with other Chinese international students who shared the journey with me.
Through a $1 billion investment in financial aid, the University will become the final top-20 college in the country to adopt the policy.
WU’s vaccine requirement has created challenges for international students
As a unique semester begins to take shape, many questions remain unanswered for the unprecedented contingent of students taking classes from outside of the United States.
When Washington University transitioned to online instruction in March, international students scrambled to figure out their next move.
Speakers discussed the immigrant experience in the age of Trump at the panel, “Immigration and Racial Rhetoric in Trump’s America,” April 15.
Considering our university’s commitment to academic freedom, we can think of no greater academic liberty than to be free from the threat of being torn from one’s vocation, home, and loved ones.
We as an Editorial Board wholeheartedly back the requests listed in the op-ed, seeing them as being both feasible and necessary for the University community. We encourage Washington University’s administration to respond to the coalition’s requests quickly and with the intention to fulfill their requests.
International athletes make up less than three-fifths of 1 percent of Wash. U.’s 506 varsity athletes, a far cry from the 21.61 percent of international students that enumerate the University’s total enrollment.
The director of Washington University’s Career Center has picked up another position and title that adds overseeing the Office for International Students and Scholars to his job description.
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