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All In The News tagged "The Washington Post"

Trump to Deliver First-Time Speech on Drug Prices in Early May

Craig Newschaffer, PhD, director of the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute and a professor in the Dornsife School of Public Health, was quoted in an April 26 story on the USA Today network looking into why autism rates might be climbing. The story was picked up in more than 25 papers across the network, including the Tennessean (Nashville) and the Des Moines Register. The Washington Post also reported the story.

Paying Athletes Would Break College Sports? Never Before Has That Been More Hypocritical.

Research by Ellen Staurowsky, PhD, a professor in the Center for Sport Management, was included in a Dec. 14 Washington Post article about the claims that compensating college athletes would break the system. The story was also picked up in the Chicago Tribune.

Project Veritas Received $1.7 Million Last Year From Charity Associated With the Koch Brothers

Robert Brulle, PhD, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in a Dec. 2Washington Post story about the Koch brothers funding Project Veritas, an activist group that mounts undercover sting operations against liberal and mainstream news organizations. The Postwas recently targeted by the group.  

The Daily 202: 10 Takeaways from Mueller’s Shock-and-Awe Gambit

The Washington Post’s “Daily 202” media roundup mentioned an Oct. 29 New York Times story about opioid addiction on campus that featured the Haven at Drexel, a housing option for students seeking support from substance addiction.

A Two-Decade Crusade by Conservative Charities Fueled Trump’s Exit from Paris Climate Accord

Robert Brulle, PhD, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in a Sept. 5 Washington Post article about the role of conservative charities in fueling Trump’s exit from the Paris climate accord.

This Former Philadelphia Cop Had an Incredibly Simple Plan to Keep Kids Out of Prison. Don’t Arrest Them.

Naomi Goldstein, PhD, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences and co-director of the JD/PhD program in Law and Psychology, was quoted in a March 30 Washington Post story about the Philadelphia Police School Diversion Program, launched by Kevin Bethel. Bethel, Philadelphia's deputy police commissioner and a senior policy fellow at Drexel's Juvenile Justice Research and Reform Lab, was featured in the story.

Immigrants are Going Hungry so Trump Won’t Deport Them

Research by Mariana Chilton, PhD, professor in the Dornsife School of Public Health and director of the Center for Hunger-Free Communities, was referenced and linked to in a March 16 Washington Post article on immigrants forgoing food benefits out of fear of drawing attention to themselves and being deported.

White House Budget Director’s False Claims About the Obamacare Legislative Process

John Cannan, JD, research and instructional services librarian in the Kline School of Law, was quoted in a March 14 Washington Post article about a report he published in the Law Library Journal, which said the Affordable Care Act was an illustrative example of modern lawmaking. The story was also picked up by The State.

'There's a Dignity to This Place': Inside the World of Pay-What-You-Can Restaurants

Mariana Chilton, PhD, a professor in the Dornsife School of Public Health and director of the Center for Hunger Free Communities, and Donnell Jones-Craven, general manager of the Center’s EAT Café, were both quoted in a Jan. 23 Washington Post story on pay-what-you-can establishments that specifically highlighted the EAT Café.

Merkel Opposed Marriage Equality — Until Now. What Happened?

Phillip Ayoub, PhD, an assistant professor in the College of Arts and Sciences authored an article on June 29 for The Washington Post's "monkey cage" feature in regards to German Chancellor Angela Merkel's recent support of a conscience vote in regards to marriage equality.

 

In US and Abroad, a Worrisome Time for LGBT Activists

Philip Ayoub, PhD, an assistant professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in a May 31 Associated Press story about LGBTQ activists that was picked up by media outlets across the country on June 1 including The Washington Post and ABC News.

 The Hot New Trend in Food is Literal Garbage

Jonathan Deutsch, PhD, a professor in the Center for Hospitality and Sport Management was quoted in an April 19 Washington Post "Wonkblog" article about "upcycling" food waste, putting more sustainable food products on the shelves instead of in the garbage.