Newsweek - Students, faculty and alumni from top schools, including Brown, Harvard, Yale and Columbia, are calling on school leaders to make each of their campuses a “sanctuary” for people who could face deportation under the policies of President-elect Donald Trump. Community members at the Ivy League schools are among those at colleges and universities across the country taking action following Trump’s election.
Not all faculty members are taking such actions. "In the spirit of dealing with the wounds of those feeling grief and unbearable angst over the election, Kim [Kardashian]'s tragic Paris robbery, the heart-wrenching Brangelina break-up or other similar tragedy, I would like to do my part," Texas Tech University Professor Terry McInturff wrote in handout to students last Thursday. "While I can't offer 'arts and crafts' or a 'therapy dog,' the Energy Commence Department has arranged for free hugs from our therapy boa constrictor."
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