MIT/Harvard lawsuit joined by Northeastern

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MIT/Harvard lawsuit joined by Northeastern

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MIT and Harvard filed a civil action lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security against recent rules that would bar international students from legally remaining in the US if they take classes entirely online this fall. Thousands of students would lose scholarships, their inability to research, and their student status if the government decided to follow-through. These Boston universities are seeking a way to prohibit this ruling.
Greater Boston, college, university, international students, department of homeland security, ICE, lawsuit

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