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New York Times
“How to log off of Facebook forever, with all its perks and pitfalls”
Henry Carter, PhD (Computing Sciences)

The Chronicle of Higher Education
“How to help your department avoid the ax”
Dean Adele Lindenmeyr; Sally Scholz, PhD (Philosophy); Kathryn Szumanski (OUS)

Daily Item
“Valley eateries aiming for luck of the Irish on St. Patrick’s Day”
Joseph Lennon, PhD (Center for Irish Studies)

New York Magazine
“A new book argues that concerns over violence video games are a moral panic”
Patrick Markey, PhD (Psychology)

Philly.com
“Commentary: The most dangerous Russian connection”
Lynne Ann Harnett, PhD (History)

Philly Magazine
“Mayor Jim Kenney is featured in the debut episode of ‘Pushback’”
Sally Scholz, PhD (Philosophy)

My Republica
“Valley pollution impact as bad as smoking: Experts”
Kabindra Shakya, PhD (Geography & Environment)

Philadelphia Inquirer
Marty Watt: The return of Philadelphia’s musical performance-poetry legend
Ian Maley, Department of Philosophy

Washington Post
“Pope Francis suggests an openness to ordaining married men as priests”
Massimo Faggioli, PhD (Theology & Religious Studies)

Philly.com
“Can Ransomware attacks such as one that hit Pa. Democrats be stopped?”
Henry Carter, PhD (Computing Sciences)

Philly.com
“Haverford Twp. Activists press school board for transgender student policy”
Jean Lutes, PhD (English)

Forbes
“Russia goes from ‘Hero to Zero’”
Mark Lawrence Schrad, PhD (Political Science)

Delco Times
“Local filmmakers create Irish-American programs to celebrate culture”
Jim Murphy, PhD (Irish Studies)

The Sun
“Nations where video games like Call of Duty, Halo and Grand Theft Auto are hugely popular have fewer murders and violence assaults”
Patrick Markey, PhD (Psychology)

Foreign Policy
“Vladamir Putin isn’t a supervillain”
Mark Lawrence Schrad, PhD (Political Science)

PHL-17
“Professor Matt Kerbel Discusses President Trump’s Congressional Address”
Matthew Kerbel, PhD (Political Science)

Inc.
“Do this in your next job interview to sound more intelligent and project confidence”
Susan-Mackey-Kallis, PhD (Communication)

NPR
“After Slavery, Searching for Loved Ones in Wanted Ads”
Judith Giesberg, PhD (History)

CRUX
“US anti-Semitism feared to rise if incidents aren’t condemned”
Daniel Mark, PhD (Political Science)

CBS Philly
“New Poll Shows Voter Doubt in President Trump”
Jack Johannes, PhD (Political Science)

New York Times
“So, Um, How Do You, Like, Stop Using Filler Words?”
Susan Mackey-Kallis, PhD (Communication)

CBS Philly
“What’s with the weird weather? Environmental expert offers explanation”
Stephen Strader, PhD (Geography & the Environment)

Euronews
“How does your handshake measure to Trump’s ‘clasp and grab?’”
Susan Mackey-Kallis, PhD (Communication)

The Chronicle of Higher Education
“What reality TV taught Trump, According to the professors who study it”
Derek Arnold, MA (Communication)

International Business Times
“Planet dubbed ‘Earth next door’ may not be suitable for human habitation”
Edward Guinan, PhD (Astronomy and Astrophysics)

International Business Times
“Young Pope” showrunner Paolo Sorrentino explains the series’ opening scene”
Massimo Faggioli, PhD (Theology & Religious Studies)

New York Times
“Unraveling Love Stories”
Gabriel Rockhill, PhD (Philosophy)

The Washington Post
“Steve Bannon vs. Pope Francis?”
Massimo Faggioli, PhD (Theology and Religious Studies)

NBC10
“Dr. Matthew Kerbel discusses controversy with Kellyanne Conway”
Matthew Kerbel, PhD (Political Science) 

Main Line Today
“February forecast calls for snow but remains below winter records”
Edward Guinan, PhD (Astrophysics & Planetary Science) 

PBS NewsHour
“This gecko rips off its own skin to escape predators”
Aaron Bauer, PhD (Biology)

Associated Press
Diversity in tech: Lots of attention, little progress
Lillian Cassel, PhD (Computing Sciences)

 

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