UST in the News for Nov. 19, 2014

College of Arts and Sciences

“Frank Ariss, 76, pioneering Minneapolis Tribune designer,” Star Tribune, Nov. 8. Communication and journalism professor Michael O’Donnell is quoted.

“Pope takes aim at curial careerism,” Global Pulse, Nov. 11. Commentary by theology professor Massimo Faggioli.

“Fantasy sports have become a huge industry, and even young people are getting in on the action,” The Buffalo News, Nov. 12. Psychology professor and head men’s basketball coach John Tauer is quoted.

“Alla Cei lo scontro è Forte, se doveva essere la svolta post Ruini, non va,” Il Foglio, Nov. 14. Faggioli is quoted (in Italian).

“O papa de um novo tempo,” Valor, Nov. 14. Faggioli is quoted (in Portuguese).


Opus College of Business

“Ten things for shoppers to watch this holiday season,” Star Tribune, Nov. 2. Marketing professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

“The two towers: New Minneapolis high-rises are poised to change downtown living,” MinnPost, Nov. 7. Director of real estate programs Herb Tousley is quoted.

“Bottling the entrepreneurial spirit and presenting it to students,” Pioneer Press, Nov. 8. Schulze School of Entrepreneurship Associate Dean Brian Abraham is featured.

“Target To Open Doors Even Earlier Thanksgiving Day,” WCCO, Nov. 10. Finance professor Dave Vang is quoted.

“Good Question: When Is The Best Time For Holiday Shopping?” WCCO, Nov. 11. Marketing professor Jonathan Seltzer is quoted.

“Some Retailers To Start ‘Black Friday’ On Thanksgiving Day,” WCCO, Nov. 11. Vang is quoted.

“New specialty grocer to build in S.W. Rochester,” Rochester Post-Bulletin, Nov. 12. Seltzer is quoted.

“Small retailers ramp up holiday message to compete with the big boxes,” Star Tribune, Nov. 13. The 2013 St. Thomas holiday spending report is referenced.

“Adrian Peterson waits on NFL decision,” KARE 11, Nov. 17. Ethics and business law professor John Wendt is quoted.

“Twin Cities a good place for homeowners and sellers, study says,” MPR, Nov. 17. Tousley is quoted.

"Arbitrator: NFL can keep AP on exempt list," KARE 11, Nov. 18. Wendt is quoted.

"Adrian Peterson's marketing days are over, media mavens say," Pioneer Press, Nov. 19. Wendt is quoted.


School of Engineering

“Latest UN Climate Report Spells out Tough Work Ahead,” The Tyee, Nov. 5. School of Engineering professor John Abraham is quoted.

“Why space tourism still deserves a chance,” Wired UK, Nov. 10. Commentary by School of Engineering professor Annmarie Thomas.

"Good Question: What Is The Keystone XL Pipeline?" WCCO, Nov. 18. Abraham is quoted.


School of Law

“Dear White People: Mayor Betsy Hodges is Not in a Gang,” Star Tribune, Nov. 7. Commentary by School of Law professor Nekima Levy-Pounds.

“Mayor Takes Photo With Black Volunteer, Local News And Police Somehow See A 'Gang Sign,'” Huffington Post, Nov. 7. Levy-Pounds is quoted.

“One-party rule anywhere guarantees mediocrity, eventual decay,” Waco Tribune, Nov. 9. Commentary by School of Law professor Mark Osler.

“Twin Cities Catholics criticize delays, confusion of marriage annulment process,” Star Tribune, Nov. 11. School of Law professor Charles Reid is quoted.

“After #pointergate, where do we go from here?” MinnPost, Nov. 12. Commentary by Levy-Pounds.

“And Still Another Post on Yates: The Criminal Statute Interpretation Case That Proves to be Bigger on the Inside Than on the Outside (the Tardis Case),” Mirror of Justice, Nov. 14. Blog post by School of Law professor Greg Sisk.


In other news

“Author signs O'Shaughnessy biography,” Pioneer Press, Nov. 12. Vice President of University Relations Doug Hennes is featured.