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Jennifer Lawless, director of the Women & Politics Institute, was referenced in a Fast Company article on June 22 questioning whether Donald Trump's rhetoric will deter women from entering politics.

Derek Hyra, director of the Metropolitan Policy Center, was interviewed by How Housing Matters on June 22. The interview focused on the findings of Hyra's co-edited volume, Capital Dilemma.

Todd Eisenstadt, SPA professor, wrote an op-ed for the Huffington Post on June 21 about the effects of government manipulation and resource extraction on Ecuador's indigenous people.

Joseph Young, SPA associate professor, spoke with The Wall Street Journal (login required) on June 17 about the history of violent threats posed by the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooter. Young also spoke with Italian publication la Repubblica (link in Italian).

Chris Edelson, SPA assistant professor, spoke to The Christian Science Monitor on June 16 about how the power of the executive branch has changed in recent years as well as how this would apply to some of Donald Trump's proposed policies if he were elected president.

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