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.

My Oscars 2023 reactions

Many films were nominated for various awards this year — some won, certain ones were snubbed, and others were deservedly recognized.

Love languages: is it science?

There is science behind oxytocin — the “love hormone” — but love is so multidimensional that it’s hard to settle on one universal meaning for all.

Student response to off-campus protests

At the vigil on Jan. 7 honoring Tyre Nichols, only a handful of UR students were in attendance. In an…