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Women Find Strength and Camaraderie in Rowing as They Age

Stella Volpe, PhD, a professor in the Dornsife School of Public Health, was quoted in an April 16 Washington Post story about the benefits of rowing for women who are older. Volpe, herself, also rows.

I Bought Alcohol For My Kids, Even When They Were Underage. Here's Why.

Kathleen Volk Miller, a teaching professor in the College of Arts and Sciences and co-director of the Drexel Publishing Group, authored a piece for The Washington Post, on Nov. 8 about how parents can help their children make responsible choices about alcohol consumption.

Sexting is Widespread. So Why is it Still Taboo?

Emily Stasko a doctoral candidate in the College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted and Pamela Geller, PhD, an associate professor in the College, was mentioned, in an Aug. 4 Washington Post story about why "sexting" is still considered taboo.

Would Brexit Help LGBT People in Britain? Be Skeptical.

Phillip M. Ayoub, PhD, assistant professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, published a June 22 article in The Washington Post discussing the Brexit vote and its effect on the LGBT community.

Dear Facebook Friends, Please Stop Trying to Sell Me Stuff. It’s Getting Awkward.

Devon Powers, PhD, an associate professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in a Feb. 18 Washington Post story about sales pitches on Facebook.

Looking at Stabbings and Gunshot Wounds as a Public Health Problem

Jonathan Purtle, assistant professor in the Dornsife School of Public Health, was featured in a Jan. 18 Washington Post story about hospital-based violence prevention programs.

 

America Has Been Duped on Climate Change

Robert Brulle, PhD, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, wrote an opinion piece for the Washington Post on Jan. 7 about misinformation about climate change.

Here’s How Scientific Misinformation, Such as Climate Doubt, Spreads Through Social Media

Robert Brulle, PhD, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in a Washington Post story on Jan. 5 about scientific misinformation spreading through social media.

Why a Dash-Cam Video of a Police Shooting Might Not Be a Smoking Gun

Donald Tibbs, JD, associate professor of law in the Kline School of Law, was quoted in a Washington Post story on Dec. 28 about the use of dash-cam video in prosecuting police shootings.

Whether You’re a Serial Monogamist or Have a Tendency to Stray may be Partly Programmed Into your Genes

Christian Jordal, PhD, assistant clinical professor and coordinator of Student Experiential Learning in the College of Nursing & Health Professions, was quoted in a Nov. 6 Washington Post story about the hereditary nature of adultery.

Ignore the Old Complaints About U.N. Funding. Here are Some New Ones.

Erin R. Graham, PhD, an assistant professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, wrote an opinion piece for The Washington Post’s “Monkey Cage” blog on Sept. 30 about the funding problems of the United Nations.

N.C. Just Prosecuted a Teenage Couple for Making Child Porn — of Themselves

Drexel research on sexting was mentioned in a Sept. 21 Washington Post article about sexting charges brought against a teenage couple.