The Fight for Public Higher Education, Why a Wall Won't Fix Immigration

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A Mexican soldier patrols along the U.S.-Mexico border wall on the outskirts of Nogales, Mexico, Tuesday, April 1, 2008. U.S.

CUNY Graduate Center professors Michael Fabricant and Stephen Brier discuss how austerity policies put working-class and minority university students at a disadvantage. Director Ivo van Hove discusses the U.S. premiere of “Kings of War,” a medley of Shakespeare’s Henry V, Henry VI Parts I, II & III, and Richard III. David Lida on his novel, One Life, about an undocumented Mexican woman who is facing the death penalty. Eduardo Porter, the "Economic Scene" columnist for The New York Times, calls Donald Trump’s proposal to end illegal immigration “a fake solution."