Schar School in the News: June 3rd - 7th, 2024


NBC News: Larry Pfeiffer is quoted in a story about the impact Donald Trump’s conviction could potentially have on his ability to receive classified intelligence briefings.

Chronicle of Higher Education: Judith Wilde and James Finkelstein comment in a story about senior leadership at the University of Michigan.

Daily BeastIn a front page story about Putin’s daughters’ sudden public appearances, Ronald Marks suggests it’s an effort to enhance his image.

Homeland Security Today: In an op-ed, Mahmut Cengiz writes about Syria’s status as a terror “nexus of attacks and perpetrators.”

The Hill: Frank T. Manheim op-eds on unproductive attacks on U.S. fossil fuel production.

Richmond Times-Dispatch: In an op-ed, Mark J. Rozell warns Virginia’s Democrats that Trump could win the state, absolutely.

Yahoo Life UK: In a story about the expansion of BSL4 labs (where pathogens are studied), Gregory Koblentz urges immediate international cooperation to assure safety controls.

MSN: A WashPost/Schar School poll showing Commanders fans don’t like the NFL team’s name is cited in a story about possibly changing it.

Richmond Times-Dispatch: Mark J. Rozell is quoted in a story about the potential impact of Donald Trump’s conviction on Virginia voters. Also in Charlottesville Daily Progress.

WVTF Radio: Been getting campaign texts? Mark J. Rozell says the campaigns are close to creating backlash.

Education Next: David J. Armor reviews a new book on the legacy of Brown v. Board of Education.

WTOP News: Figures from the Center for Regional Analysis put Northern Virginia’s housing market in context.Terry Clower is quoted.

E-International Relations: International security master’s student Christopher Friend writes about “AI’s impact on political and social realities.”

Cyber Security Intelligence: Ronald Marks op-eds on federal AI policies and what happens if it doesn’t change.

WVTF (Virginia’s Public Radio): Mark J. Rozell is quoted in a story about political campaigns’ increasing use of text messages to reach voters.

Tabnak (Iran): Richard Kauzlarich discusses Russian influence in the South Caucasus for an Iranian audience.

Premium Times (Nigeria): Data from the Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center is cited in interview with Dauda Lawal, governor of Zamfara State in Nigeria. Also in All Africa.

Next Impulse Sports: A Washington Post-Schar School poll is cited in an article about how D.C.-area sports fans feel about the Washington Commanders team name.

Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera: 

In addition to being on CNN, she commented on Mexico’s election in these outlets:

MSN network (global).

BBC World News (video).

BBC News Mundo (translation may be needed).

One World CNN.

CBS News (video).

CBC Radio (Canada).

Manila Standard (Manilla, Philippines): Picks up the Agence France-Press story in which Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera (Schar) is quoted in a story about Mexico possibly electing its first female president. Also in Firstpost (India) and other outlets.

The Guardian (UK): Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera discusses Mexico’s first president to be a woman and from a Jewish background.

Courthouse News Service: Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera (Schar) is quoted on the growing electoral violence ahead of Mexico’s presidential election.

Al Jazeera: Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera says President Sheinbaum will not be as radical as the previous Mexican president.

Michael K. Fauntroy:

CTV (video; Canada): Michael K. Fauntroy on the breaking news of the Trump verdict(s).

CP24 (video; Canada): Michael K. Fauntroy talks about the Trump verdict(s).

CBC Radio (Canada): Michael K. Fauntroy discusses the Trump verdict(s).

CTV on the Hunter Biden trial.

CTV on the Trump verdict. And on CBC Radio.

CTV on Trump’s statement following the verdict.

CP24 on the verdict.