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All In The News tagged "San Francisco Chronicle"

Why Warriors’ Damion Lee Holds Firmly to His Drexel Roots

The University was mentioned in a Jan. 11 San Francisco Chronicle story about former men's basketball player Damion Lee, who plays for the Warriors, asking to be introduced pregame as being from Drexel.

California vs. NCAA: New Law Lets College Athletes Make Money off Names, Images

A 2012 study by Ellen Staurowsky, EdD, a professor in the Sport Management program of the LeBow College of Business, was mentioned in an Sept. 30 San Francisco Chronicle story about California Governor Gavin Newsom signing the bill known as the “Fair Pay to Play” Act into law, which ensures athletes at California’s 15 state universities are allowed to make money from the use of their name, image and likeness.

Why Penn, Drexel Are Recruiting Retailers, Not Just Students

A March 7 Philadelphia Inquirer story about universities bringing retail stores and restaurants to their campuses that quoted President John Fry continues to be picked up by various media. The San Fransisco Chronicle published the story on March 23.

Kavanaugh on abortion: Speech gives evidence of where he’d stand on Roe vs. Wade

David S. Cohen, JD, a professor in the Kline School of Law, was quoted in a July 12 San Francisco Chronicle article about how Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh lauded late Chief Justice Rehnquist for dissenting in Roe vs. Wade and supporting school prayer.

30 Years Ago Global Warming Became Front-Page News — And Both Republicans and Democrats Took it Seriously

Robert Brulle, PhD, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, authored an opinion piece for The Conversation about how global warming has become a political issue. It was picked up by the San Francisco Chronicle on June 19.