Oregon Universities Oppose New Federal Restrictions for International Students


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The University of Oregon is among the colleges who object the Trump Administration’s edict this week mandating that international students must take at least one in person class in the fall or lose their student visas. Dennis Galvan, the dean and vice president for global engagement at UO joins us to talk about what he’s hearing from students and the approach the university is taking to push back on the policy.

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