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Charles C. Camosy, PhD,
associate professor of theology, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
Why ‘Who should be the next president’ is the wrong question,” The Gazette, August 3

Mark Conrad,
acting area chair and associate professor of law and ethics and director of the sports business specialization, GABELLI,
River Town Chronicles: Friday night lights are costing us,” Kane County Chronicle, July 29

Thomas J. Daniels, PhD,
associate research scientist and co-director of the Vector Ecology Laboratory, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
Mosquitoes cluster in subways for horny feasts, raising concern,” New York Post, July 31

Celia B. Fisher, PhD,
Marie Ward Doty Professor of Psychology and director of the Fordham Center for Ethics Education, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
Categorizing Trans Identity Is No Easy Feat,” The Advocate, July 29

Christina Greer, PhD,
associate professor of political science, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
Brooklynizing the Bronx: Will the Boogie Down’s Boom Leave Thousands of Workers in the Dust?The Village Voice, July 27

Sarit Kattan Gribetz, PhD,
assistant professor of theology, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
Creation and Creativity: Teaching Critical Thinking Beyond the Term Paper,”, August 3

Sean J. Griffith,
T.J. Maloney Chair in Business Law and director of the Fordham Corporate Law Center, LAW,
M&A Litigation Undergoing Major Shift After Del. Ruling,” Bloomberg Law, August 3

Quamrul Haider, PhD,
professor of physics, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
Beyond conventional crude oil: Shale rock and tar sand,”, July 25

Amir H. Idris, PhD,
professor of African and African American studies, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
How Foreign Intervention Can Save South Sudan From Itself,” Newsweek, July 30

Andrew Kent,
professor of law, LAW,
Palestinian ‘long shot’ legal fight over 1917 British declaration,”, July 30

Kristine Kintanar, PhD,
lecturer of economics, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
Teen Pregnancy Part 2: Talking with Teen Parents,”, August 2

Paul Levinson, PhD,
professor of communication and media studies, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
Comic-Con 2016: Has pop culture reached peak superhero? (+video),” The Christian Science Monitor, July 23

James P. McCartin, PhD,
associate professor of theology and director of the Center on Religion and Culture, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
Book introduces early Jesuit leaders in America,” Catholic New World, August 7

Carl Minzner,
professor of law, LAW,
Week of TV Trials in China Signals New Phase in Attack on Rights,” The New York Times, August 5

Roger Panetta, PhD,
visiting professor of history, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
New York’s LaGuardia Airport ranked last in on-time arrivals,” CCTV America, July 27

John Pfaff, PhD,
professor of law, LAW,
Courts use risk algorithms to set bail: A step toward a more just system?The Christian Science Monitor, August 3

Susan Scafidi,
academic director for the Fashion Law Institute, LAW,
Starbucks now lets baristas sport pink hair, fedoras,” The Christian Science Monitor, July 26

Elizabeth Yuko, PhD,
program administrator for the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute and bioethicist at the Fordham University Center for Ethics Education, ARTS AND SCIENCES,
Lizzie Borden: Why a 19th-Century Axe Murder Still Fascinates Us,” Rolling Stone, August 4