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UD in the news July 31-Aug. 7

President Eric F. Spina wrote 'Working together for the common good' for the Catholic Telegraph, a publication of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The Conversation, The New York Times, PBS Newshour, and prominent national Catholic publications Commonweal and National Catholic Register tapped faculty experts to explain current events and issues.

Faculty experts also gave several interviews to local media outlets about the explosion in Beirut, Lebanon; legal issues, the pandemic and the economy.

Working together for the common good
Catholic Telegraph (Cincinnati)
Eric F. Spina, president

Pompeo's plan for a hierarchy of human rights could serve to undermine them all – including religious freedom
The Conversation
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center

Why one team named the Indians won't be changing its name
The New York Times
John Schleppi, health and sports science

Do vice presidential picks really matter?
PBS Newshour
Christopher Devine, political science

El Paso: One year later
Neomi De Anda, religious studies

Who is the month of August dedicated to?
National Catholic Register
The Rev. Johann Roten, Marian Library

Foul play but no evidence of trauma indicated in Cheryl Coker autopsy
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

What the acquisition of Speedway could mean for Dayton (subscription)
Dayton Business Journal
Xinyan Yan, finance

Beirut, Lebanon, under state of emergency
Youssef Farhat, political science

Judge denies lawsuit against 10 p.m. alcohol curfew but bar owners could move forward
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

CareSource employees to continue working from home
Dayton Daily News
Randy Sparks, management and marketing

Job loss by industry 'almost exactly the reverse' of 2008 recession (subscription)
Dayton Business Journal
Richard Stock, Business Research Group


News and Communications Staff