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International student enrollment a missed opportunity for UA

Kyle Simpson

September 10, 2015

When you compare The University of Alabama to similar universities in the south, like The University of Georgia and The University of Tennessee, you will see that we have a remarkably high percentage of out-of-state students en...

Current immigration issues replaying history

Rich Robinson

November 24, 2014

While the immigration debate in America has been refocused on the executive action proposed by President Barack Obama that would allow up to 5 million undocumented people to stay in the United States without fear of deportation,...

Immigrant children coming to U.S. due to violence, not lax security

Matthew Bailey

July 16, 2014

Despite the conspiracy theories put forth by many who hate President Obama, the immigrant children that are arriving in record numbers to the United States border are not doing it at the administration’s request. These chil...

We should question Obama’s motive

Nathan James

July 2, 2012

Two weeks ago Obama used his power of executive mandate to pass into law a series of reforms covering the subject of immigration. These reforms grant de facto amnesty to immigrants who meet a number of criteria in addition to...

Court ruling could affect Alabama law

Rich Robinson

July 2, 2012

The Supreme Court struck down key provisions of Arizona’s new immigration law last week, while upholding one controversial section. The suit and resulting decision have stirred up debate about the role of states in immigr...

A balanced approach to immigration reform

Austin Gaddis

October 12, 2011

When Governor Bentley left his office on the night of June 2 the state of Alabama took a major step backward and entered again into a George Wallace-era culture of discrimination, hate and injustice. If I had read this column to...

Students weigh in on Alabama immigration law

Stephen Walker

August 31, 2011

In a move that was long awaited by many of Alabama’s minority residents, the Obama administration filed a lawsuit on Aug. 1 to stop the state’s tough new immigration law from going into effect. The law, known as H.B. 56, ...

Immigration bill passed by Reps

William Evans

April 17, 2011

Representatives in the Alabama Legislature approved a bill that would prohibit employers from knowingly hiring illegal immigrants and require state and local law enforcement to carry out federal immigration laws. In March, th...

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