February

Does Indiana’s Voucher Program Need Expansion?

NPR, February 28, 2013
(John Schoenig, Assistant Professional Specialist, Alliance for Catholic Education)

The Napoleon Chagnon Wars Flare Up Again In Anthropology

NPR, February 28, 2013
(Agustin Fuentes, Professor of Anthropology)

Dwindling Catholic schools see future in Latino students

The Washington Post, February 28, 2013
(University of Notre Dame)

Pope may not be bowing out completely, religious expert says

CBS (video), February 28, 2013
(Candida Moss, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity)

Where does the Catholic Church go from here?

CBS (video), February 28, 2013
(Candida Moss, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity)

Preparations for conclave nearly complete

CBS (video), February 28, 2013
(Candida Moss, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity)

Praying for a new pope? There’s a song for that

USA Today, February 27, 2013
(Timothy O’Malley, Director, Notre Dame Center for Liturgy)

Detainees released: Could that hurt immigration reform?

Christian Science Monitor, February 27, 2013
(Allert Brown-Gort, Faculty Fellow, Kellogg Institute)

Bridal registries take over role of bride’s mum

Yahoo! News, February 27, 2013
(Tonya Williams Bradford, Assistant Professor of Marketing)

Obama’s SEC Pick Wary of Zealous Wall Street Prosecutions

Bloomberg/Businessweek, February 27, 2013
(Jimmy Gurulé, Professor of Law)

The ‘Dry Moon’ Myth

Huffington Post, Februray 26, 2013
(Hejiu Hui, Postdoctoral Research Associate of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences) and (Clive Neal, Professor of Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences)

White Smoke and a Black Pope: Is Turkson the Church’s Future?

The New Yorker, February 26, 2013
(Naunihal Singh, Assistant Professor of Political Science)

‘Pope Emeritus’ Benedict XVI Will Wear White, But Trade In Red Shoes

NPR, February 26, 2013
(Thomas Noble, Professor of History)

The Myths Behind the Age of Martyrs

The Chronicle of Higher Education, February 25, 2013
(Candida Moss, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity)

Candida Moss on Whether Christian Martyrs are a Myth

Huffington Post, February 24, 2013
(Candida Moss, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity)

Cubs Draw Boos From the Rooftops

The Wall Street Journal, February 22, 2013
(Philip Bess, Professor of Architecture)

From Aid To Enterprise: How To Intelligently Cure Poverty

Forbes, February 20, 2013
(Mendoza College of Business)

Study: Asian carp DNA may not signal live fish

Associated Press/Wall Street Journal, February 20, 2013
(Christopher Jerde, Research Assistant Professor, Environmental Change Initiative)

How Did the Moon Form? We May Need a New Theory

The Atlantic, February 19, 2013
(Hejiu Hui, Postdoctoral Research Associate of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences)

Moon Rocks ‘Water’ Finding Casts Doubt On Lunar Formation Theory

Huffington Post, February 19, 2013
(Hejiu Hui, Postdoctoral Research Associate of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences)

The Moon Has Had Water Its Whole Life, New Study Says

Popular Science, February 19, 2013
(Hejiu Hui, Postdoctoral Research Associate of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences)

Apollo moon rocks challenge lunar water theory

NBC, February 19, 2013
(Hejiu Hui, Postdoctoral Research Associate of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences)

Apollo Moon Rocks Challenge Lunar Water Theory

Yahoo! News, February 19, 2013
(Hejiu Hui, Postdoctoral Research Associate of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences)

New look at Apollo moon rocks reveals signs of ‘native’ water

LA Times, February 17, 2013,
(Hejiu Hui, Postdoctoral Research Associate of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences)

North Korea uses cash couriers, false names to outwit sanctions

Reuters/NBC, February 15, 2013
(George A. Lopez, Hesburgh Professor of Peace Studies)

The case for picking an American pope

The Washington Post (op-ed), February 15, 2013
(R. Scott Appleby, Professor of History and Kroc Institute Director)

Drone Attacks Spur Legal Debate On Definition Of ‘Battlefield’

Huffington Post, February 14, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Professor of International Law)

10 Fresh Looks at Love

Smithsonian Magazine, February 13, 2013
(Elizabeth McClintock, Assistant Professor of Sociology)

Is Lying Bad for Us?

The Atlantic, February 13, 2013
(University of Notre Dame)

Papacy Buffeted by Changes in Modern World

Associated Press/ABC, February 13, 2013
(Mark Noll, McAnaney Professor of History)

Analysis: North Korea nuclear-test drama rehashes old script

Reuters/NBC, February 13, 2013
(George A. Lopez, Hesburgh Professor of Peace Studies)

China Looms Over Response to Nuclear Test by North Korea

The New York Times, February 12, 2013
(George A. Lopez, Hesburgh Professor of Peace Studies)

N. Korea nuclear test: UN issues quick condemnation, but how far will it go?

Christian Science Monitor, February 12, 2013
(George A. Lopez, Hesburgh Professor of Peace Studies)

Legacy, political calendar frame Obama’s State of the Union address

Reuters/NBC, February 12, 2013
(Jeffrey Bergstrand, Professor of Finance)

Pope Benedict’s Resignation Could Open Door to Latin American Pontiff

Fox News, February 12, 2013
(Timothy Matovina, Professor of Theology and Executive Director of the Institute for Latino Studies)

Pope’s Resignation: Health and the Papacy

ABC, February 12, 2013
(Virgilio Elizondo, Professor of Theology)

Pope’s Decision to Resign Takes Catholic Colleges by Surprise

Chronicle of Higher Education, February 11, 2013
(Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., Notre Dame President)

What Pope Benedict leaves behind

CNN (op-ed), February 11, 2013
(Kathleen Sprows Cummings, Associate Professor of American Studies and Director of the Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism)

Pope Benedict resigns: Latinos hope for more inclusive, giving church

NBC, February 11, 2013
(Timothy Matovina, Professor of Theology and Executive Director of the Institute for Latino Studies)

Could the next pope be from Africa or Latin America?

CNN, February 11, 2013
(Rev. Emmanuel Katongole, Associate Professor of Theology and Peace Studies)

Benedict’s words reached scholars, ordinary faithful

USA Today, February 11, 2013
(R. Scott Appleby, Professor of History and Kroc Institute Director)

The Last Time a Pope Resigned, Dante Put Him in Hell

Bloomberg/Businessweek, February 11, 2013
(R. Scott Appleby, Professor of History and Kroc Institute Director)

The Resignation of Pope Benedict XVI

The New York Times (video), February 11, 2013
(John McGreevy, Professor of History and Dean of Arts & Letters)

Pope taught and wrote on Jesus, charity and hope

USA Today, February 11, 2013
(R. Scott Appleby, Professor of History and Kroc Institute Director)

A Latin American Pope? Some say it’s about time

NBC, February 11, 2013
(Timothy Matovina, Professor of Theology and Executive Director of the Institute for Latino Studies)

Pope Benedict Leaves Behind A Mixed Legacy

NPR, February 11, 2013
(R. Scott Appleby, Professor of History and Kroc Institute Director)

Rating Pope Benedict as a CEO

Marketplace, February 11, 2013
(Thomas Harvey, Director of Nonprofit Professional Development, Mendoza College of Business)

Lawmakers Test Legal Waters for Regulating Drones&

Associated Press/The New York Times, February 8, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Professor of International Law)

Nuclear North Korea

Huffington Post (video), February 7, 2013
(George A. Lopez, Hesburgh Professor of Peace Studies)

Six Cultural Trends Being Driven By Technology

Huffington Post, February 7, 2013
(Carol Phillips, Adjunct Instructor of Marketing)

The Questions Brennan Can’t Dodge

The New York Times (op-ed), February 7, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Professor of International Law)

Depression and the Limits of Psychiatry

The New York Times (op-ed), February 6, 2013
(Gary Gutting, Professor of Philosophy)

U.S. Post Office Plans to Stop Saturday Mail Deliveries

Bloomberg/Businessweek, February 6, 2013
(James O’Rourke, Professor of Management)

When can the US kill one of its own? A contradiction in terms

The New York Times (op-ed), February 6, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Professor of International Law)

4 key questions about controversial Justice Department drone memo

NBC, February 6, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Professor of International Law)

Postal Service to cut Saturday mail to trim costs

Associated Press/NBC, February 6, 2013
(James O’Rourke, Professor of Management)

US Postal Service to end Saturday letter delivery

BBC, February 6, 2013
(James O’Rourke, Professor of Management)

Leaked Memo Says US Has Right To Kill Americans Acting As Al-Qaida Operatives

NPR, February 5, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Professor of International Law)

‘Judge, jury and executioner’: Legal experts fear implications of White House drone memo

NBC, February 5, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Professor of International Law)

Five things to know about North Korea’s planned nuclear test

CNN, February 5, 2013
(George A. Lopez, Hesburgh Professor of Peace Studies)

What comes after North Korea’s nuclear test?

CNN (op-ed), February 5, 2013
(George A. Lopez, Hesburgh Professor of Peace Studies)

How Obama Transformed an Old Military Concept So He Can Drone Americans

Wired, February 5, 2013
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Professor of International Law)

China’s Resolve to Be Tested Over North Korea Sanctions

Bloomberg, February 5, 2013
(George A. Lopez, Hesburgh Professor of Peace Studies)

20 biggest college endowments

CBS, February 4, 2013
(University of Notre Dame)

Colin Kaepernick defends move to protect personal brand

USA Today, February 1, 2013
(Mark McKenna, Professor of Law)