A combination of travel bans and immigration restrictions imposed by the Trump administration in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic is making it unlikely that international faculty and students will be able travel to the United States in time for the start of the fall semester.
BC Law professor Frank Garcia gave a talk titled “Consent, Coercion and Democracy: Trade & Foreign Relations in the Trump Era” on March 14.
Associate arts editor Kaylie Ramirez avoids studying for finals by thinking about the upcoming Arctic Monkeys album and the impending fate of the Iran Deal.
Markey explained that part of the reason the March for Our Lives was so powerful was that it focused entirely on the next generation of leaders.
“No candidate is perfect, and in almost every election, the ideal politician holds a combination of different forms of policy. If Macron can bring populist energy combined with effective economic policy, and make France inclusive, yet not beholden to the whims of the E.U., then France, Europe, and the world in general will benefit.”
“It is not a hyperbole to say that white supremacy sits at the heart of the American government,” Taylor said.
Donald Trump’s constant use of the term “fake news” to describe the work of career journalists has deeply insulted and alienated many in the industry, according to Lebeau.
University president William P. Leahy, S.J.’s email to the BC community about the travel ban inspired Aneeb Sheikh to draft the resolution calling for BC to provide free housing for affected members of the community.