A Chinese immigrant student has sued Fordham University after it punished him for posting an Instagram photo meant to commemorate the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests in China.
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Absorbing troubled online institution, university pledges $225 million investment
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Study highlights how international students are treated as ‘a separate cohort’ and student advisors function like ‘nannies’