On Monday, AUSG President Devontae Torriente signed on to two letters with other student leaders from across the country regarding immigrant students and the future of Planned Parenthood.
The first letter, organized by the Student Government of Clark University, addresses President Trump on the following issues:
Student leaders urge President Trump to uphold and continue DACA, H-1B visas, and visas for international students generally.
Signatories are listed below and the list will be updated on an ongoing basis. Student presidents at colleges and universities can still sign the letter.
As of February 7, the letter has been signed by student presidents from 72 institutions in 31 states and the District of Columbia, collectively serving and representing over 1 million undergraduate and graduate students.
For more information or press inquiries, contact Cory Bisbee, the undergraduate student president of Clark University, at USP@clarku.edu.
The second letter, organized by the Student Government of the Washington University in St. Louis, addresses President Trump and congress in urging them to maintain funding for Planned Parenthood.
We strongly urge President Trump and the members of Congress to uphold budget allocations to Planned Parenthood that, while also providing necessary public health resources to students on our campuses, also helps those in neighboring communities.
All signatories are listed below and will be updated as more student leaders sign the letter. Student Presidents at both colleges and universities are invited to sign the letter at any time, but encouraged to do so sooner for greater impact.
For more information, you may contact Brian Adler, a Student Union Senator at Washington University in St. Louis at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kenneth Sng, the undergraduate Student Union President at Washington University in St. Louis at email@example.com.