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SCU in the News is a biweekly compilation of select media highlights featuring faculty, staff or students.

  •  Brad Joondeph

    Brad Joondeph (Law) had an op-ed on CNN.Com arguing that the Supreme Court’s apparent willingness to strike down the Obama health care law hints at a risky detour into partisanship at the high court. 

  •  Paul Crowley

    The New York Times published a letter to the editor by Paul Crowley (Religious Studies) about the surprising level of idealism and realism among today’s college students. 

  •  Mick McCarthy

    Mick McCarthy (Ignatian Center) had an op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer rebutting former Republican candidate Rick Santorum’s contention that students lose their faith commitment during college.

  •  Dorothy Glancy

    Dorothy Glancy (Law) was quoted in a Wall Street Journal story about the future of self-driving cars. 

  •  Thane Kreiner

    Thane Kreiner (CSTS) wrote two items for the Huffington Post, one about Jesuit social entrepreneurship and one about GSBI. 

  •  Steve Diamond

    Steve Diamond (Law) appeared on Bloomberg Law Radio for a lengthy interview about Facebook’s IPO, and in a story in MarketWatch – reprinted in more than a dozen outlets -- about once-highflying companies that now struggle. He wrote an op-ed on corporate personhood for Dissent Magazine

  •  Jerry Burger

    Jerry Burger’s (Psychology) efforts to replicate the famous Milgram study were cited in O, The Oprah Magazine, which questioned whether there was a difference between men and women in their capacity to inflict harm on one another. 

  •  Tyler Ochoa

    Tyler Ochoa (Law) was quoted in a Reuters story about the precedent-setting nature of the Oracle Google trial.  The story was reprinted in more than 100 outlets. 

  •  Rohit Chopra

    Rohit Chopra (Communication) was quoted in a Voice of America story about the changing institution of marriage in India.

  •  Judy Nadler

    Judy Nadler (Markkula) was quoted in the LA times about conflicts in the bullet-train analysis process;  in the Palm Springs Desert Sun about an allegedly wasteful vector control facility, and in California Healthline about funding and spending by tax-supported health districts. 


Here’s a sampling of the hundreds of mentions of SCU in the media in the past two weeks. The first part of the link is a list; the full text is below the list.

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