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SU in the News: Thursday, November 4
SU NEWS AND EVENTS COVERAGE
The Buffalo Business Journal reported on Robert Odawi Porter, professor of law in the Syracuse University College of Law, winning the Seneca Nation of Indians presidency.
The Post-Standard previewed the Pulse Performing Arts Series presentation of the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company on Nov. 11.
The Post-Standard previewed Friday’s site dedication for the new Syracuse University College of Law building, made possible through a $15 million gift from the Dineen family.
The Post-Standard reported on the announcement of the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans’ Families, which will extend the benefits of the current EBV program to family members of recent veterans.
The Utica Observer Dispatch previewed the Syracuse Stage and Syracuse University Department of Drama production “Another American: Asking and Telling.”
A recent Eagle Newspaper cover story features the Connective Corridor bridging Syracuse University to downtown’s cultural, civic and business sites. Robbi Farschman, SU’s director of the Connective Corridor, is quoted. The article noted events, initiatives along the Corridor, and planned developments. The newspaper also published a Connective Corridor events listing.
Larry Kramer, adjunct professor in the Newhouse School, authored a column for the American Journalism Review on news organizations rebuilding their delivery-based business models.
Grant Reeher, professor of political science in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, is quoted in the Wall Street Journal on the next steps for Carl Paladino. He is also quoted in the Post-Standard on State Assembly candidate Don Miller’s election victory, and in WSYR-TV on the balance of political power in New York state.
The National Law Journal reported that selections from a Yale Journal of International Law article co-authored by Evan J. Criddle, assistant professor in the College of Law, was the basis, without attribution, for a contrary conclusion in the Malaya Lolas ruling dismissing the case of the women sexually enslaved during World War II. The lack of attribution by Philippines Justice Mariano del Castillo has spurred a new controversy between the country’s Supreme Court and the dean and faculty of the University of the Philippines College of Law. Criddle is quoted in the National Law Journal article on the jus cogens principle of international law.
Susan Albring, assistant professor of accounting in the Whitman School of Management, was interviewed by Free Speech Radio News on technology and pharmaceutical companies holding onto large cash reserves.
In an op-ed about elitists and politics, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette syndicated columnist Gene Lyons referenced Tax.com statistics on average American incomes, as compiled by David Cay Johnston, distinguished visiting lecturer in the College of Law and Whitman School of Management.
The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle quoted Kristi Andersen, Chapple Family Professor of Citizenship and Democracy at the Maxwell School and professor of political science in The College of Arts and Sciences, in an article on the continuing election race between Ann Marie Buerkle and Dan Maffei for the 25th District.
Ellen deLara, associate professor in the School of Social Work in the College of Human Ecology, is quoted in a Syracuse City Eagle article on adult bullying.
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