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In the News, July 10, 2018

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Meghan Leonard weighs in on the possible SCOTUS picks.

Tom Willmitch talks about the newly remodeled ISU Planetarium.

Michael Gizzi says the Supreme Court travel ban ruling ignored the context of the immigration debate.

T.Y. Wang says it will take years before we can know if the Trump-Kim summit was a success. Wang spoke with WGLT  and The Pantagraph.

Ali Riaz commented on the Trump-Kim summit for the worldwide newspapers Daily Metro, and for WMBD-TV.
Riaz spoke about the ongoing Rohingya crisis with UCA News.

Glen Sagers explained vulnerability of voting machines as Congress greenlights cybersecurity funds.

President Larry Dietz was pleased that a state budget was approved. Passage of the state budget includes an increase for higher education.

The work of diversity and inclusion teams was explored with comments from Vice Presidents Levester Johnson and Jan Murphy, School of Social Work Department Chair Doris Houston, and students Mike Rubio and Sarah Aguilar.

Cara Rabe-Hemp weighs in on female police fighting a ‘boys club’ culture.

Chief Aaron Woodruff was featured in a story about the annual Illinois Peace Officers Memorial Service in Springfield.

Bill Leggett, Erin Watts, and Molly Davis discussed the signing of the beams at the Bone Revitalization Project open house.

Rick Ringer discusses College of Business leadership breakfast topic of microaggressions.

Roberta Trites discusses 20 years of Harry Potter magic with WGLT.

Adrienne Ohler discussed the impact of utility rate changes on low income households.

 

 

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