Instead of going to a retrial, the Justice Department announced on Jan. 31 that New Jersey senator Robert Menendez was dismissed of counts of corruption.
University Registrar Polly Griffin: “Our hope is that NameCoach will facilitate a respectful and appropriate use of one another’s — correctly pronounced — names.”
Earlier this week, the Trump administration announced a new executive order permanently banning citizens of seven countries — Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Chad, and North Korea from entering the United States. The Sept. 24 ban includes stricter entry regulations for citizens of Iraq and certain government officials from Venezuela.
The University announced extended hours to campus buildings on Sept. 12. The new policy, which has been implemented since the first day of classes, Sept.13, allows students, faculty and staff members to enter academic buildings from 7 a.m.
According to Baker, the carbon tax is the most efficient and sensibly priced way to combat climate change. More importantly, Baker said it would send a powerful market signal promoting greater demand for more sustainable energy sources.
“My story is just one story among thousands of Yazidi families,” said Nadia Murad, a human rights activist who was formerly held captive by the Islamic State.
According to Araud, many French citizens want to “toss the table” at “nearly any price” because they are dissatisfied with the performance of traditional political parties and feel as if they have been neglected by the political elite.
When describing relations between the United States and China, former U.S. Ambassador to China Max Baucus said that “it’s kind of like a marriage,” in that each country needs the other in order to pursue their goals in the world.
ACLU Executive Director Anthony Romero '87 discusses time at the U. and the pressing importance of activism
“Student activists at the University probably shouldn't take a fifth course if they really want to engage in influential activism,” urged Anthony Romero ’87, current executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). He is the first Latino and openly gay person to serve in this position.
On Friday, March 17, the University filed a lawsuit against the Department of Education.