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September 2014 -
"Harvard Alumni Critical of Pay Trace Roots to 1969 Tumult," Bloomberg Businessweek, September 19, 2014, quoting Adjunct Professor Kenneth Jost.
"To fight Ebola, create a Health Workforce Reserve force," an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times by Michele Barry and Professor Lawrence Gostin, September 18, 2014.
"Special advocate at FISA court would pass Constitutional muster," The Hill, September 17, 2014, an article by Professor Emeritus Don Wallace Jr.
"House decisively passes measure to battle ISIS," The Ed Show (MSNBC), September 17, 2014, interviewing Professor Rosa Brooks.
"U.S. Commits Troops and $750M to Ebola Fight," Scientific American, September 17, 2014, quoting Professor Lawrence Gostin.
"Is the New War on Terror?: A War By Any Other Name," Politico, September 16, 2014, an article by Professor David Cole.
"As epidemic escalates, can U.S. aid for Ebola be deployed quickly enough?," PBS Newshour, September 16, 2014, featuring Professor Lawrence Gostin.
"Families and Communities Still Haven’t Recovered from the Recession: Here’s What We Can Do About It," an op-ed by Indivar Dutta-Gupta, senior fellow at the Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality, in Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity, September 16, 2014.
"Open Internet advocates may gain ground on wireless," coverage in Virginian-Pilot, September 16, 2014, quoting Lecturer in Law Andrew Schwartzman.
"Eye Spy: Private lives, public web," coverage in Times Live, September 15, 2014, quoting Professor Julie Cohen.