President Trump has certainly made waves with his recent wave of executive orders — particularly his executive order effectively placing a temporary ban for 90 days on refugees that are coming from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen.
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Many have protested the presidential motion, but administrators within the University of Illinois system have taken their reactions a step beyond that with releasing an official statement criticizing the decision of President Trump and calling to action their faculty and students to “support and protect all…international faculty, visiting scholars and students”.
See the official statement below:
Additionally, Dean and Professor Wynne Korr sent out an email to all students calling for “strong paths to advocacy and action”.
The University of Illinois system is a publicly funded higher education research-intensive university in Illinois, and it has made a hardline stance on the issue of refugees and immigration.
Highly controversial policy stances have no place in the higher education system where the left perpetually indoctrinates college students. Liberal academia forces the next generation of world leaders to believe in big government policies that truly do more harm than good.
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