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UD in the News June 15-21

The expertise of University of Dayton faculty was shared with national and international audiences in two pieces for The Conversation, a blog post for The Washington Post and interviews with NPR, Catholic News Service, the National Catholic Reporter and outlets in Canada, Ireland and India.

How the New York Media Covered the Stonewall Riots
The Conversation
Chad Painter, communication

Why Do People Faint? 
The Conversation
Anne Crecelius, health and sports science

Trump Has Been Awarding a Lot of Presidential Medals of Freedom. Here's What That Says about His Values
The Washington Post
Christopher Devine, political science

National Security Officials Debate What to Call the Far-Right Threat
Art Jipson, sociology

Historic Cross on Public Property Can Stay, Supreme Court Rules
Catholic News Service
Charles Russo, educational leadership and School of Law

At Colloquium, Hispanic Scholars Engage Theology's Real-World Implications
National Catholic Reporter
Neomi DeAnda, religious studies

No Underplaying the Jatt
The Tribune (India)
Michelle Pautz, political science

Ohio’s Swing City Fights for a New Future ahead of 2020 Election
The Irish Times
Christopher Devine, political science

Church to Allow More Married Priests
900 CHML (Hamilton, Ontario)
Bill Portier, religious studies

Voyeurism Should be Looked at by State, Lawmaker Says
Dayton Daily News and WHIO-TV
Tom Hagel, School of Law

Former Springboro PE Teacher Accused of Sex Charges Involving 28 Female Students
Tom Hagel, School of Law


News and Communications Staff