In yet another attempt to criminalize and marginalize immigrants, President Donald Trump recently ordered the creation of an office under the Department of Homeland Security called VOICE, which stands for Victims Of Immigration Crime Engagement.
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David, a University of La Verne junior, is in fear of what his future holds next thanks to Donald Trump’s executive order that banned immigrants from seven predominately Muslim countries.
A union between art and law seem like an unlikely pair, but the exhibit “Fatal Beauty: The Border and the Sonoran Desert” at the College of Law art gallery shows how the two can work together.
Just little over a month in office, President Donald Trump has showed that he has every intention of fulfilling his anti-immigrant campaign promises. His executive order banning people from seven Muslim majority countries and deportation of undocumented Mexicans directly affects the livelihood of immigrants and refugees.
Nadine Nakamura, assistant professor of psychology, initiated a discussion about two controversial topics to reveal the lesser known struggle of transgender immigrants.
Immigration advocacy groups, and even the White House, are saying people suspected of living in the United States illegally are being rounded up in large numbers as part of stepped-up enforcement under President Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump’s policies have consumers across the nation responding by boycotting businesses that endorse him or sell Trump branded products.
Students, faculty and members of the community from all different backgrounds gathered to march for equality Friday.
The University of La Verne College of Law hosted a teach-in in protest of President Donald Trump’s immigration actions Tuesday at the College of Law to an audience of more than 50.
Roughly 50 faculty, staff and students attended the information session “Immigration Under the Trump Administration” on Jan. 31 in the Campus Center Ballroom.