Meet Navid Yaghmazadeh: A UT postdoctoral fellow affected by the travel ban
Navid Yaghmazadeh recalls feeling disheartened the moment he went to pick up guest tickets for his graduation from UT. Looking at the tickets, Yaghmazadeh knew his Iranian parents would never be able to attend because of Trump’s travel ban. Read this story
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- Every four years, fans across the world gather to watch the FIFA World Cup. For some students at The University of Texas who grew up watching the World Cup with their families at home, being in college during the quadrennial tournament can be as difficult as spending a holiday apart.
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- The Editorial Board assesses improvements to campus safety since 2016.
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