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UD in the News June 1-7

Marketplace, National Catholic Register, The Conversation and Catholic World Report are among the outlets tapping faculty expertise. UD political scientists remain active providing insight into Election 2024.

Why has air travel gotten so much worse?
Janet Bednarek, history

No Mary: When alleged apparitions get rejected — and why people still believe them
National Catholic Register
Kayla Harris, Marian Library

An American flag, a pencil sharpener − and the 10 Commandments: Louisiana’s new bill to mandate biblical displays in classrooms is the latest to push limits of religion in public schools
The Conversation
Charles Russo, School of Law and School of Education and Health Sciences

Updated: LAFD member refuses to raise Pride Flag, or white flag, to gender ideology
Catholic World Report
Charles Russo, School of Law and School of Education and Health Science

The Supreme Court upheld an Idaho statute limiting transitioning
LA Catholic Morning on Archangel Catholic Radio (Alabama)
Charles Russo, School of Law and School of Education and Health Science

Biden's celebration of those who conceded elections is a signal to Donald Trump and his supporters
London School of Economics and Political Science
Christopher Devine, political science

Trump mulls VP short list
WORLD magazine
Christopher Devine, political science

Ohio clears path to ballot for Biden
WORLD magazine
Dan Birdsong, political science

Presidential candidate visits rarely gain votes
Wisconsin Public Radio
Christopher Devine, political science

University of Dayton announces new entrepreneurial program for fall, Dayton Daily News and Dayton Business Journal
Herr Venture for Change Program
Trevor Collier, School of Business Administration

4 years, 220 deaths. Ohioans are dying in jail before going to court
The Columbus Dispatch
Joel Pruce, human rights studies

Ohio gas station boom brings fuel, food and sometimes controversy
Bob Brecha, sustainability

VOICES: Issues explored in The Kite Runner are not confined to the pages of a book
Dayton Daily News
Selin Hussainzada, School of Law


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