A selection of personal immigration stories from our staff.
This month’s installation features the works of U of O students Dimitri Seemungal and Ahmed Suleimi.
Closed, cautious, protectionist societies can only stand still for so long until the currents of time will sweep them off their feet.
“Having students from all over the world means more diversity of thought, cultural exchange, and higher tuition f—I mean academic rigour.”—Jacques Frémont
The agreement assumes that the U.S. has, and will continue to have, good asylum policies. The new Trump administration is making a very good case against that assumption.
In response to the travel ban issued by the United States government against seven Muslim-majority countries, the University of Ottawa has announced that it will be taking measures to assist students affected by this executive order.