Schar School in the News: April 15th - 19th, 2024


CNN: Jo-Marie Burt comments on the opening of the genocide trail involving Guatemalan army chief Benedicto Lucas Garcia.

BBC: Louise Shelley expresses admiration and surprise at the professionalism and corporate element of China’s illicit drug marketing as uncovered by the British news outlet.

Washington Post: Columnist Dana Milbank draws data from a new national WashPost/Schar School poll in a column called “This is why Trump supporters will believe absolutely anything.”

The Washington Post: A Washington Post-Schar School poll is cited in a story about former President Trump’s foreign policy record.

Canadian Television News (video): Michael K. Fauntroy explains the Trump hush-money trail to a Canadian audience.

The Hill (audio option): Frank T. Manheim writes an op-ed about the possibility of the Supreme Court decision in the case Chevron v. NRDC being reversed.

Richmond Times-Dispatch: Mark J. Rozell is quoted in a story about the hyper partisanship in Richmond making a budget deal very difficult. Also in the Martinsville Bulletin.

Northern Virginia Magazine: Stephen Ruth is mentioned in an article for being a speaker at an upcoming event that aims to help people avoid becoming a victim of financial scams. (Hmmm, this sounds familiar; see fourth item.)

Let’s Talk (podcast with video): Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera details activities and policies at the southern border.

Natural Gas World: In an op-ed, Umud Shokri analyzes Biden’s liquified natural gas policies.

Unite.AI: Arlington Director of Economic Development Ryan Touhill (BA Government and International Politics ’06) is quoted in an article that highlights Mason’s Institute for Digital Innovation as an essential program for AI innovation and workplace implementation.

Washington Examiner: Jeremy Mayer discusses the lack of impact on Michael Bloomberg’s political investments in Virginia.