Philosopher James Stacey Taylor argues that human organ markets are morally required.
Nation and World News
Elizabeth Williams-Riley of the American Conference on Diversity will share insights at the Martin Luther King Day Symposium.
During a two-day workshop, public relations student Eric Lamadrid took home the Betsy Plank Diversity Case Study Award.
Alexa Valiente, B.S. '13, received an Emmy for her work on an ABC News story focusing on the tragic shooting in Las Vegas.
President Meehan, Rev. Pritchett and three students reflect on diversity, inclusion and the Martin Luther King Day symposium.
Gail Thornton, M.A. '03 was recognized by the Public Relations Society of America and recently published her second book.
Professor Yanzhong Huang travels the world to talk about U.S./China relations and China's emergence as a global power.
Amy Giuliano discusses her exciting entrepreneurial venture in this article that originally appeared on Aleteia.org.
Professor Martin S. Edwards has published The IMF, the WTO & the Politics of Economic Surveillance, presents findings to IMF.
In commemoration of Veterans Day, CommArts' Kenneth Hoffman presented a photo-essay of photographs from the Vietnam War.
Inside the Core this Week: Oxford
A tireless activist, Sister Rose Thering dedicated her life to the fight against anti-Semitism.
The China Federation of Literary and Art Circles toured the Walsh Galleries to research government funded exhibitions.
Antonella Fegan presented at the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action's annual conference.
Madelyn Yu M.S.N.'03, was recently honored with the presidential position for the Philippine Nurses Association of America.
Japanese conflict resolution expert with UN experience joins the School of Diplomacy.
The Latino Institute sponsored transportation along with other departments to take students to a Diversity Conference.
The University community's generosity on behalf of DOVE will impact thousands of lives at home and around the world.
Brownson highlights it's four new freshmen as their first semester comes to a close.
As Abd El Kader fellows, Diplomacy graduate students recently participated in hands-on workshops on strategic influencing.
The Office of International Programs announces trips in 2019 to Ethiopia, China, Italy, Ireland, Japan and Brazil.
By the conclusion of this event, it was clear that the answer to the question "Will The Story Survive?" was a resounding yes.
During an exclusive interview, Pirate TV talked to Laurie Hernandez, two-time Olympic medalist and American gymnast.
This week students in Core I delve into Martin Luther King, Jr.'s final speech, his "Mountaintop" sermon, just before he died.
Dr. Kristen Koehler, Paige Anderson and Jade Latson discussed experiential learning during the NJCA's 22nd Annual Conference.