Trump’s hastiness in signing these executive orders failed to take into consideration the implications the ban would have for students who want to study abroad or are already abroad.
President Donald J. Trump campaigned on the promise to expel illegal immigrants from the nation. Under President Obama, undocumented students were protected, but that could change.
When Donald J. Trump is sworn in as the 45th U.S. president on Inauguration Day, Jan. 20, he will bring a slew of new Cabinet picks that radically oppose the agendas of President Barack Obama’s Cabinet members.
With another semester over, we are looking back at some of its significant moments. The PHOENIX took an in-depth look at how the university handles sexual assault cases, the United States elected a new president, Loyola inaugurated a new president and one Chicago sports team made history.
In a move that caused controversy among some conservatives, a Loyola history professor amended his course about slavery to include what he calls the racist rhetoric of President-elect Donald J. Trump.
Those of us who voted collectively chose Trump. There’s a reason he won. Americans didn’t accidentally fill in his bubble or mistakenly touch his name on the voting screen.
Before Nov. 8, our country was divided. People talked at each other — not with each other. Opinions were stated as facts, and if someone disagreed, that person was wrong — not different. We all must join together, all strong-willed opinions set aside, and listen to what one another has to say. Together, we must move forward and sensibly come to terms with the issues our country faces. President-elect Trump was chosen to serve as our next president, and that will not change.