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Professor Roy Gutterman Talks Free Speech and Social Media on WXXI

Wednesday 10/9/2019

Professor Roy Gutterman, Associate Professor of Magazine, News, and Digital journalism in the Newhouse School, Director of the Tully Center for Free Speech, and Professor of Law was interviewed for the WXXI program ““Connections: Discussing the Intersection of Free Speech, Politics, and Social Media.”

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The Hon. James E. Baker Named a NAPA Fellow

Wednesday 10/9/2019

Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism Director the Hon. James E. Baker is among four Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs faculty members selected to join the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) as 2019 Academy Fellows.

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The End of Bail Bonds? Professor Lauryn Gouldin Assesses Flight Risk with the LA Times

Monday 10/7/2019

“There’s an imprecision in the conversation about failures to appear,” says Lauryn Gouldin of Syracuse University law school, an expert on the bail system.

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William Herbert Johnson L’1903, the College’s first African American graduate, will be posthumously admitted to the NY Bar

Thursday 10/3/2019

On Friday, Oct. 18, William Herbert Johnson L’1903, the College’s first African American graduate, will be posthumously admitted to the New York State Bar in a ceremony at the Onondaga County Courthouse.

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Professor William C. Banks Reflects on Trump Impeachment for China Daily

Friday 9/27/2019

“If the allegations are true, the abuse of power is significant, and many members of Congress will be motivated to conduct impeachment proceedings.”

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