President Trump’s executive orders seeking to limit travel to the United States from several predominantly Muslim countries have affected many people around the world who were considering studying in the United States, as well as the American colleges that would like to welcome them. The bans were initially blocked by the courts, but the U.S. Supreme Court has allowed a narrower version of the second one to go into effect for now. The eight articles in this collection looks at the uncertainties and fears the orders have engendered, and what colleges are doing to overcome them.
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