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Q&A with Donald Tibbs: Let’s Have More Race in the Courtroom, Not Less

In the court of public opinion, the case against George Zimmerman for killing Trayvon Martin may have centered on race. But in Florida’s 18th Circuit Court at Zimmerman’s trial, race was rarely mentioned. Evidence of a colorblind system? Donald Tibbs doesn’t think so.

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Where Do We Go From the George Zimmerman Trial? Panel Will Discuss Race, Justice and Activism at Drexel

The Africana Studies program in Drexel University’s College of Arts and Sciences will host a candid panel discussion on race, justice and activism on Saturday, July 27. The discussion and question-and-answer session will take place from 2 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. in Room 120 of the Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building (33rd and Chestnut Streets). It is free and open to the public.
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Drexel Hosts Grand Opening of New Office in Washington, D.C.

On Thursday, May 30, Drexel will host a grand opening celebration for a new office in Washington, D.C. that will serve as a multifunctional academic and outreach center for the University and its online subsidiary Drexel University Online.
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Earle Mack School of Law Holds Fifth Commencement at the Kimmel Center

The Earle Mack School of Law will celebrate the Class of 2013 at its fifth commencement ceremony, which will take place at the Kimmel Center on May 17.

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Drexel's Earle Mack School of Law Announces Two-Year JD Program

Drexel's Earle Mack School of Law will launch Fast Forward in 2014, a two-year J.D. program, which will begin accepting applications in June 2013.

Drexel Expert Available to Comment on Gay Marriage Cases Before the Supreme Court

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Q&A with David Cohen: The Ban on Gay Members and Leaders of the Boy Scouts of America

The Boy Scouts of America organization has recently made headlines for their revisiting of a divisive issue—the organization’s ban on gay members and leaders. Associate professor of law David S. Cohen weighs in on the legality of the ban and how the organization’s decision may be affected by external pressures.
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What I'm Reading: David Cohen

Earle Mack School of Law professor David S. Cohen is currently reading N.W. by Zadie Smith, an author whose first book, White Teeth, has yet to be topped.
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Q&A with Lisa McElroy: The Newtown Shootings, Gun Control and U.S. Supreme Court

Lisa McElroy, a professor the Earle Mack School of Law, recently spoke with DrexelNow about the impact of the Newtown shootings, the Court’s most recent rulings on guns rights and the likelihood that the justices will revisit the issue anytime soon. 

Drexel to Open Office in Washington, D.C.

Drexel University has announced it will open an office in Washington, D.C. that will serve as a multifunctional academic and outreach center for the University and its online subsidiary Drexel University Online.
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What the Election Means for Health Reform: Roundtable Discussion on November 16

Experts in law, medicine and public health will explore prospects for the future of health reform and the health care system at What the Election Means for Health Reform, a roundtable discussion sponsored by Drexel University’s Earle Mack School of Law and School of Public Health at the Academy of Natural Sciences on November 16.

Drexel Experts Available to Weigh in on 2012 Presidential Election