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College Faculty in the News: April 25, 2019

Assistant Professor Meghan Henning, Department of Religious Studies, compares ancient cultural views of resurrection to today's pop culture surrounding ghosts and zombies. Follow this and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.

"Assessing the One Year of Abiy’s Premiership"
The Ethio Sun, April 13, 2018
Professor Messay Kebede, Department of Philosophy.

"Trump puts his stamp on Presidential Medal of Freedom with few medals, half to athletes"
USA Today, April 17, 2019
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, Department of Political Science.

"Via Crucis on U.S. Streets: Faithful Accompany Jesus in His Suffering"
National Catholic Reporter, April 18, 2019
Associate Professor Neomi De Anda, Department of Religious Studies.

"The literary landscape of Barry Lopez"
America Magazine, April 18, 2019
Professor Vincent Miller, Department of Religious Studies and Gudorf Chair in Catholic Theology and Culture.

"The Disciples’ Argument for Why Jesus Wasn’t a Ghost or a Zombie"
The Daily Beast, April 19, 2019
Assistant Professor Meghan Henning, Department of Religious Studies.

"Newspaper Coverage of Opioid Addiction"
Academic Minute, April 22, 2019
Assistant Professor Chad Painter, Department of Communication.

"When the Minority Party Holds Sway in a Power Struggle"
Maryland Matters, April 24, 2019
Associate Professor Nancy Martorano Miller, Department of Political Science and Associate Director of Research, University Honors Program.

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