Oddly enough, this proposed resolution was not reported in the Daily Mississippian.
Update at 11:30 PM: Chancellor Vitter issued this statement on the Ole Miss website:
“I am aware of the resolution drafted by a few Associated Student Body Senators and some student organization presidents calling for the university to become a sanctuary for undocumented members of our community. Leaders from our Associated Student Body have informed us that the resolution has been pulled from tonight’s agenda and will not be discussed.
“As chancellor, my responsibility is to administer and operate the university within applicable Federal and state laws, as well as the policies and procedures established by the Board of Trustees of Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning.
“I do believe it is an important part of the educational process — and central to our UM Creed — for students to discuss the difficult issues of our day, and it is equally important that all voices be a part of that healthy debate. I can assure you that we will also continue to uphold our legal responsibilities and our university policies.”