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February

Thanh Nien News

In chilly Hanoi, Vietnam, US welcome burgeoning thaw in relations (feat. Dennis McCornac, Ph.D., visiting affiliate assistant professor of economics)

Wall Street Journal

Former Maryland Banker Reveals He Used to Work for CIA (feat. Apprentice House)

America Magazine

How not to preach (op-ed by Rev. John Conley, S.J., Knott Chair in Philosophy and Theology)

WYPR-FM

Paid sick leave gets hearing in Annapolis (feat. Elizabeth Kennedy, J.D., assistant professor of law and social responsibility)

Business Monthly

LCC Offers Help for Adults Suffering Brain Injuries or Communication Disorders

WBAL-AM

Brian Williams “Is certainly no Walter Cronkite” (intv. w/ Elliot King, Ph.D., professor and chair of communication)

“Midday with Dan Rodricks,” WYPR-FM

Pope Francis roundtable (feat. Fritz Bauerschmidt, Ph.D., professor and chair of theology)

Baltimore Sun

WR Grace to split into two companies (feat. Karyl Leggio, Ph.D., professor of finance)

WJZ-TV

Impact of Governor Hogan’s proposed tax cuts (feat. Mark Johnson, Ph.D., assistant professor of finance)

Baltimore Sun

Under Armour may be evolving into a fitness company (feat. Auburn Bell, affiliate professor of marketing)

Baltimore Sun

Part 1 of 4: From enslavement to freedom (op-ed by Kaye Whitehead, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication)

ABC Radio, Australia

Salad days for satire (feat. Amy Becker, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication)

The Daily Record

Maryland universities competing fiercely for graduate students (feat. Manette Frese, director of marketing for graduate programs, and Angela Martin, MarComm program assistant)

Bangkok Post

Amid pockets of affluence and opulence in Yangon, millions still struggle to get by and income disparity is only widening as Myanmar develops (feat. Dennis McCornac, Ph.D., visiting affiliate assistant professor of economics)

ABC Radio, Australia

The power of parody (feat. Amy Becker, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication)

WYPR-FM

Speeding up innovation in east Baltimore (feat. Hung-bin Ding, Ph.D., associate professor of management and international business)

WBAL-AM

Jon Stewart’s legacy and impact on public opinion (feat. Amy Becker, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication)

Baltimore Sun

Part 2 of 4: Progress for girls and women (op-ed by Kaye Whitehead, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication)

Boing Boing

Caffeine can really mess with your head (feat. Amy Wolfson, Ph.D., vice president for academic affairs)

“Maryland Morning,” WYPR-FM; also on "The Marc Steiner Show," WEAA-FM

"Letters To My Black Sons: Raising Boys In A Post-Racial America" (feat. Kaye Whitehead, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication)

January

The Daily Record, also in Baltimore Business Journal

Loyola names new business dean

Philadelphia Inquirer

‘Franklin Spark’ shows Franklin creating modern Philadelphia (feat. Kaye Whitehead, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication)

Baltimore Business Journal

Brewers Association of Maryland hires executive director of Md. Wineries Association (feat. Kevin Atticks, Ph.D., publisher of Apprentice House)

HSH.com

Is a home equity loan a good idea? (feat. Mark Johnson, Ph.D., associate professor of finance)

WBAL-AM

How do school systems decide whether to close for weather? (intv. w/ Peter Litchka, Ed.D., associate professor and director of educational leadership)

Baltimore Sun

King's message of civil disobedience resonates among protesters (feat. H Lovell Smith, Ph.D., assistant professor of sociology)

Christian Science Monitor

In China, a church-state showdown of biblical proportions (feat. Carsten Vala, Ph.D., associate professor of political science)

Washington Post

Case of bishop accused in bicyclist death opens debate about theology of addiction (feat. Joseph Stewart-Sicking, Ed.D., associate professor of pastoral counseling)

Baltimore City Paper

In front of a packed house at Loyola, writer Ta-Nehisi Coates reaffirms 'The Case for Reparations'

New Books in African Studies blog

Foreign Intervention in Africa: From the Cold War to the War on Terror (feat. Elizabeth Schmidt, Ph.D., professor of history)

Washington Post

D.C. schools to invest $20 million in efforts to help black and Latino male students (feat. Robert Simmons, Ed.D., associate professor of teacher education)

Thanh Nien News

Vietnam joins Philippines in war of words against China island building (feat. Dennis McCornac, Ph.D., visiting affiliate assistant professor of economics)

Al Jazeera America

Guns in Schools: Using threat assessments to prevent school violence (feat. Bradley Erford, Ph.D., professor of education specialties)

“Midday,” WYPR-FM

Paternity leave (feat. Elizabeth Kennedy, J.D., associate professor of law and social responsibility)

WalletHub

Do publicly-funded sports stadiums make fiscal sense for cities? (feat. Kerry Tan, Ph.D., assistant professor of economics)

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore-born Ta-Nehisi Coates makes his case at Loyola