August

Moral Questions on Syria Strikes

PBS, August 30, 2013
(George A. Lopez, Hesburgh Professor of Peace Studies)

Why International law frowns on Syria assault

The Wall Street Journal, August 30, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Professor of International Law)

Breaking the Ice: A B-School Primer on Making Faculty Friends

Bloomberg/Businessweek, August 30, 2013
(Jeffrey Bergstrand, Professor of Finance)

Timing of antitrust trial appears to favor airlines, but U.S. may come prepared

McClatchy News Service, August 30, 2013
(Joseph Bauer, Professor of Law)

Why U.S. needs U.N. OK on Syria

CNN (op-ed), August 30, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Professor of International Law)

U.S. bishop on Syria: Dialogue is ‘only option’

National Catholic Reporter, August 30, 2013
(David Cortright, Director of Policy Studies, Kroc Institute)

Religious diversity is increasing at the office, and so are pitfalls

The Washington Post, August 30, 2013
(David Sikkink, Associate Professor of Sociology)

Killing Civilians to Protect Civilians in Syria

Huffington Post, August 28, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Professor of International Law)

Why Obama, when moving to punish Syria, is unlikely to go it alone

Christian Science Monitor, August 28, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Professor of International Law)

How will the US respond on Syria?

MSNBC (video), August 27, 2013
(George A. Lopez, Hesburgh Professor of Peace Studies)

Is It Possible The Syrian Rebels (Not Assad) Used Chemical Weapons?

NPR, August 27, 2013
(George A. Lopez, Hesburgh Professor of Peace Studies)

The religious imagination of Steve Jobs: An interview with Brett Robinson

Religion News Service, August 27, 2013
(Brett Robinson, Visiting Professor of Marketing)

Syria Attack Needs U.N. Approval to Be Legal

The New York Times (op-ed), August 26, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Professor of International Law)

Firing missiles at enemies usually doesn’t produce a declaration of war

McClatchy News Service, August 26, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Professor of International Law)

Obama’s next move regarding Syria

Bloomberg TV, August 26, 2013
(George A. Lopez, Hesburgh Professor of Peace Studies)

Syria chemical evidence fades as U.N. team under fire

Reuters, August 26, 2013
(George A. Lopez, Hesburgh Professor of Peace Studies)

Class Of Dreams: Students Take On Dr. King’s Legacy

NPR, August 23, 2013
(Maria McKenna, Assistant Professor of Africana Studies)

Atheist group can sue IRS over enforcement of pulpit politicking

Washington Post, August 23, 2013
(Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer, Professor of Law)

‘To Fight Terrorism, Follow the Money’

BBC, August 21, 2013
(Jimmy Gurulé, Professor of Law)

Catholic Schools for Immigrants: A Second Bloodless Social Revolution

Huffington Post, August 20, 2013
(Alliance for Catholic Education)

The faux religion of Steve Jobs

CNN (op-ed), August 17, 2013
(Brett Robinson, Visiting Professor of Marketing)

The Truth About Angels in the Bible

The Daily Beast, August 15, 2013
(Candida Moss, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity)

Explorers Share Tales of Epic Fails

National Geographic, August 14, 2013
(Agustin Fuentes, Professor of Anthropology)

The Killing Machines

The Atlantic, August 14, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Short Professor of Law and Research Professor of International Dispute Resolution)

Men in Female-Dominated Professions Do More Housework

The Atlantic, August 14, 2013
(Elizabeth McClintock, Assistant Professor of Sociology)

Men’s Share of Housework May Depend on Career Choice

MSN News, August 13, 2013
(Elizabeth McClintock, Assistant Professor of Sociology)

More Men In ’Women’s Jobs’ Means More Men Chipping In At Home, Study Says

Huffington Post, August 13, 2013
(Elizabeth McClintock, Assistant Professor of Sociology)

How Men’s Jobs May Affect Their Housework

Yahoo! News, August 13, 2013
(Elizabeth McClintock, Assistant Professor of Sociology)

We worship the iPhone: Steve Jobs is our savior!

Salon, August 11, 2013
(Brett Robinson, Visiting Professor of Marketing)

The threat of invasive species

CBS News, August 11, 2013
(David Lodge, Galla Professor of Biological Sciences)

I do … cost a lot: Weddings by the numbers

CNN, August 9, 2013
(Tonya W. Bradford, Assistant Professor of Marketing)

Buying Apple Products Is an Exercise in ‘Narcissism’

Wired, August 9, 2013
(Brett Robinson, Visiting Professor of Marketing)

Galleon, JPMorgan, Goldman, Fannie, Freddie: Compliance

Bloomberg/Businessweek, August 8, 2013
(G. Robert Blakey, O’Neill Chair in Law Emeritus)

Notre Dame dean bikes for a cure

Comcast Sports Network, August 6, 2013
(Gregory Crawford, Dean of the College of Science)

Did We Waste a Recession?

The New York Times, August 6, 2013
(Paul Schultz, Clark Professor of Finance)

Co-sleeping and bed-sharing: Is it a good idea?

Fox News, August 4, 2013
(James McKenna, Joyce Professor of Anthropology)

Ugly people more likely to be bullied at work: study

New York Daily News, August 2, 2013
(Timothy Judge, Schurz Professor of Management)

Office Bullies Pick on Their Unattractive Co-Workers

Businessweek, August 1, 2013
(Timothy Judge, Schurz Professor of Management)