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Jan 28 2017 | San Jose Mercury News | Posted In: In the News, Students
A Stanford University graduate student who was on a flight from Sudan to New York at the time President Donald Trump signed an immigration order was briefly handcuffed and then detained at JFK airport for five hours before being released Saturday morning, according to college officials. The...
Jan 28 2017 | ABC News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News, Staff, Students
Some colleges are advising foreign students and scholars who might be affected by President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration to defer travel outside of the U.S. at least until there is more clarity on how the order may affect them. Princeton University, Stanford University's center for...
Jan 27 2017 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News, Staff
The speakers at the Jan. 26 senate meeting included President Marc Tessier-Lavigne; Provost John Etchemendy; Professor Russell Berman, chair of the Planning and Policy Board; and Professor Andrew Fire, chair of the Ad Hoc Faculty Committee on IT Security and Privacy. The Faculty Senate discussed a...
Jan 26 2017 | Stanford GSB | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
Rupert Murdoch notes positive impact of Latino-owned businesses at Jan. 18 State of Latino Entrepreneurship Event Latino-owned businesses are a driving force in the American economy, increasing in number even faster than non-Latino companies over the last decade. But companies owned by Latinos...
Jan 25 2017 | Stanford Law School Legal Aggregate | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
On January 24, President Trump signed an executive memorandum inviting the Canadian firm TransCanada to resubmit its application to the Department of State for a presidential permit for the Keystone pipeline project, thus resurrecting a project that was, after much debate, shut down in 2015 by then...

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