“They are a corrupt class of politicians that do not care about the country or the people that perhaps once, voted for their party and put them in power… They do not deserve to be able to enjoy or spend in the USA, or any other country in the world.”
University officials say they have received inquiries from students in the affected countries and from others as well. However, they point out that the ban does not pertain to students with the proper student visas and documentation.
Some students said they were not able to purchase a parking pass, which costs $531 for a standard full-price commuter permit, because of issues with the parking portal.
Funeral services have been scheduled for UM alumnus Mike McCormick, a TV anchor working in South Carolina who was killed May 28 along with photojournalist Aaron Smeltzer when a tree fell on their news van in North Carolina. The memorial service for McCormick, a 2004 graduate of the School of Communication, will be held Saturday,…
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