A federal judge recently temporarily blocked the deportation of nearly 300,000 immigrants with TPS, giving respite to dozens of Harvard affiliates facing deportation.
The rally was hosted by the Harvard TPS Coalition, a group of workers who include members of Harvard’s campus unions and advocate for Harvard workers with TPS.
Harvard College has seen an 8.9 percent increase in international applicants while other universities have observed their applications from foreign students fall.
More than one hundred Harvard affiliates and Boston area residents gathered in front of the John Harvard statue Monday to protest the recent assassination of Marielle Franco.
More than fifty people rallied in Harvard Yard on Wednesday afternoon to support workers with Temporary Protected Status.
A crowd of around 50 Harvard affiliates and Boston residents gathered in front of the Graduate School of Design’s Gund Hall to protest Mayor of Chicago Rahm I. Emanuel’s appearance at the GSD on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump’s recent repeal of Temporary Protected Status has led some student activists and TPS recipients to argue that the University should hire more staff for the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic.
The Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard Law School partnered with the Thailand Institute of Justice to launch workshops focused on sustainable development.
Harvard workers with Temporary Protected Status are calling on University President Drew G. Faust to issue a formal statement of support for the program.
Dozens of Harvard affiliates remain uncertain about their futures after government officials announced changes to the Temporary Protected Status program this month.
The memorandum is a formal document that promotes research partnerships through joint publications, academic conferences, and post-graduate training programs.
“They are also remembered as ‘blotting out the sky and covering the Earth,’” Li said, referencing the posters’ omnipresence in 1960s China.
As the tenth University marshal, O’Neill led the Wadsworth House office responsible for welcoming foreign dignitaries, organizing Harvard-wide events, and providing information on the University’s traditions and ceremonies.
Tania N. Fabo ’18, H. Harold X. “Xavier” Gonzalez ’18, Samarth Gupta ’18, and Alan Z. Yang’ 18 will join the ranks of Harvard’s over 350 previous Rhodes Scholars.
Amid growing tensions between Cuba and the United States under the Trump administration, Harvard will continue to support students in their academic endeavors abroad in Cuba.