In the News, October 17, 2017
The Washington Post speaks with Peter Smudde on the potential hollowness of responses to Harvey Weinstein.
The Chicago Tribune features President Dietz’s visit to Southland College Prep.
Ali Riaz spoke with AFP news on the growing crisis on for the Rohingya on the Bangladesh-Myanmar border.
Julie Webber was interviewed by The Pantagraph on the mass shootings in Las Vegas.
Run-Hide-Fight training discussed on WMBD with Aaron Woodruff and Eric Hodges.
Rick Ringer responds to a request to evaluate Donald Trump as CEO of the United States.
Deborah McPhee on WGLT, talking new model to teach teachers.
Polly Middleton discussed what drew her to lead the Big Red Marching Machine.
Dan Muller talks integrity in recruiting in the face of the NCAA scandal.