The Trump administration agreed to walk back Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) guidelines back to those set in March, according to an announcement today.

On July 6, ICE released a set of guidelines requiring international students to leave the United States if they wished to take courses completely online in the fall. MIT and Harvard — with legal support from several universities including UR — filed a lawsuit against these guidelines, and succeeded.

ICE guidelines are now set to the emergency guidelines issued in March, which are relaxed to allow students to take all courses online in the face of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Liv on the Edge: “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” and other thoughts

The show's idea of another world, and other such innocent musings, take me away from the current state of the world and into another one — a cute, peculiar, early 2000s world. 

From the Archives: the voices of the College for Women

Although first shunned by the male students, the first female students were determined to not let their voices go unheard. Through their newspapers, The Cloister Window and Tower Times, the female students documented their livelihood and struggles.

Biden’s victory changes nothing if we don’t change ourselves

On the off chance someone besides the editors of this paper are actually reading this, please: Think hard about what parts of your own mind would prefer a president who looks like Biden to a president who looks like Harris.