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UD in the News Feb. 24-March 3

The Conversation, National Catholic Reporter, Above the Law, CNN, Newsweek, the Catholic News Agency and Spectrum News 1 are among the national outlets highlighting UD faculty expertise and achievements.

30 years later, Waco siege still resonates – especially among anti-government extremists
The Conversation
Paul Becker, sociology
Art Jipson, sociology

Why can't Americans agree on, well, nearly anything? Philosophy has some answers
The Conversation
James Steiner-Dillon, School of Law

The brief but shining life of Paul Laurence Dunbar, a poet who gave dignity to the Black experience
The Conversation
Minnita Daniel-Cox, music

Catholic colleges await Supreme Court ruling that may sunset affirmative action
National Catholic Reporter
Eric F. Spina, president

The best law schools for nontraditional students (2023)
Above the Law
School of Law

Longing for the 'golden age' of air travel? Be careful what you wish for
Janet Bednarek, history

Did no White House officials visit East Palestine before Trump?
Christopher Devine, political science

Servant of God Mother Mary Lange and the rich history of Black Catholic religious orders
Catholic News Agency
Shannen Dee Williams, history

30 years later, Waco siege still resonates – especially among anti-government extremists (starts at 46:10)
A Little More Conversation With Ben O’Hara-Byrne on Global News Radio (Canada)
Art Jipson, sociology

University of Dayton Public Safety makes commitment to mental health
Spectrum News 1 Ohio
Savalas Kidd, public safety

Black frats, sororities celebrate African American culture
Spectrum News 1 Ohio
University of Dayton
Sharon Howard, alumna

How moms became a political force
Deseret News (Salt Lake City)
Danielle Poe, College of Arts and Sciences

University of Dayton Police make commitment to mental health
Savalas Kidd, public safety

Dayton anti-human trafficking group partnering with area hotels
Dayton Daily News
Tony Talbott, Abolition Ohio and Human Rights Center
Aidan Mornhinweg, student

'Those who stayed are constantly on my mind;' Helping those affected by war-torn areas of Ukraine
Jaro Bilocerkowycz, political science

Speedway down hundreds of jobs at former local headquarters after 7-Eleven acquisition
Dayton Daily News
Riley Dugan, marketing


News and Communications Staff