UNR president tells internat’l students to ‘stay in US’

The University of Nevada Reno is telling students from the seven countries included in President Trump’s executive order on immigration stay in the U.S. for the next four months. The Reno Gazette-Journal reports UNR president Marc Johnson says the school is committed to offering support to ensure students and staff fully understand the so-called immigration ban. Just 3 percent of UNR’s student population is international students. The executive order has prompted protests in Reno and nationwide. Nevada’s delegation isn’t a huge fan of the executive order either. Republican U.S. Senator Dean Heller says he’s troubled by it while Democrat Catherine Cortez-Masto called it “unconstitutional.”