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Griffins in the News

Griffins in the News

Jeffrey Carroll, Ph.D., assistant professor of political science, was quoted in a story in The New York Times about the potential for voter fraud in Philadelphia.

Jacqueline Reich, Ph.D., associate professor of political science, was interviewed by Buzzfeed for a voter information video meant to educate and inform young voters and encourage them to get out and vote. See the video here.

Michael Majok Kuch ’08 one of the “lost boys” of Sudan was a guest on WHYY’s Radio Times and discussed the upcoming novel about his experiences written by Harriet Levin Millan.

Cheltenhamtownship.org has the story about Joseph Long ’16 who was recently sworn in as a volunteer auxiliary police officer.

Barbara Lonnquist, Ph.D., chair of the English and communications department, spoke to newsworks.org about familiar women in literature who were featured in this year’s Fringe Festival.

The Chestnut Hill Local highlighted the “Seeing Hope in Color” art exhibit that ARTZ Philadelphia is hosting at the College from through November 18.

Colleen Gibson, SSJ, assistant director of campus ministry, wrote “Creating a True Worldwide Web of Solidarity and Action” in the Global Sisters Report.  

 

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