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Chancellor: USM community concerned over U.S. temporary entry ban (access required)

Maryland's public higher education system is concerned about the temporary ban of people from seven predominantly Muslim countries entering the United States, according to its chancellor. "The tradition of welcoming talented individuals from all countries to our academic communities helps our country maintain its global leadership in higher education and enriches all of us," University System of Maryland Chancellor ...

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