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In the News, January 16, 2018

Ali Riaz talked to The Wall Street Journal about a new generation of jihadists. He also spoke with the United News of Bangladesh about the repatriation of Rohingya refugees.

Issam Nassar on WBEZ Chicago’s World View spoke about Trump’s decision on Jerusalem.

Julie Webber examined the links between the digital revolution and school shootings for a segment with WGLT.

Juliet Lynd discussed the anxiety faced by undocumented students in today’s climate.

In the wake of Harvey Weinstein, Emeritus Professor John Pryor spoke with the Washington Post about what causes some men to harass.

Maureen Brunsdale shared new circus collection items with and Sarasota’s Herald-Tribune.

Andrew Hartman observed how the war on Christmas isn’t what it used to be during a discussion with Bustle.

Leandra Parris examined bullying of women in the workplace.

John Reda spoke with the Daily Herald about how Chicago came to be a powerhouse from its early formation.

Cara Rabe-Hemp and Nancy Lind spoke on WGLT and explored their new book on corruption.

Shari Zeck said during her latest segment on WGLT’s Culture Maven that The Last Jedi feels like a setup.

Greg Simpson and Jim Skibo penned a commentary about universities as a public good.

Kevin Crouse was featured on WMBD about the FCC net neutrality decision. Dean Plumadore also spoke about net neutrality with WJBC, and David Loomis discussed the net neutrality decision and its impact on local internet service.

President Larry Dietz and Vice President of Finance and Planning Dan Stephens answered questions on the refinancing of Cardinal Court.

Mary Elaine Califf and Glen Sagers discussed promoting better computer education in K-12 classrooms to improve computer literacy.

Joseph Zompetti expounded on the idea that toxic talk is hijacking political discourse during an interview with WGLT.

James Applegate refuted harmful myths about higher education in an article by The Pantagraph.

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