ICE Rescinds SEVP Exemptions After Over 200 Universities And 17 States File a Lawsuit Written by Shantell DaSilva On July 6th, the Trump Administration and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency announced updated COVID-19 visa exemptions against international students. These exemptions state that students must attend in-person classes if the … [Read more...] about ICE Rescinds SEVP Exemptions After Over 200 Universities And 17 States File a Lawsuit
Written By: J. Laura “I hope I’m making you proud,” says Alyssa to her family in Indonesia. As of November 18th, 2019, The Power of International Education (IIE) reported that the number of international students in the U.S. set an all time high in the academic year of 2018/19. Now international students are under immense pressure as new regulations rose from … [Read more...] about How Covid-19 has Affected International Students in the U.S.
As diversity continues to lack within the cannabis industry, the Emerald is in search of ways to not only promote minority-run businesses, but further educate our readers on racism within the history of the plant we all know and love. This time, we’re delving into the origins of the word “marijuana,” and why some industry advocates are pushing to use the term “cannabis” … [Read more...] about Marijuana vs. Cannabis: Why Your Language Matters