Rachel Baker, ’13, a graduate and former La Salle student-athlete, made national headlines by agreeing to join Duke’s iconic men’s basketball team as its general manager, overseeing name, image, and likeness opportunities for its players.
What could the bi-partisan gun framework actually change? | KYW Newsradio
Is change on the horizon? Could new legislation reduce gun violence in the U.S.? Brian Wyant, Ph.D., professor and chair of sociology and criminal justice, discussed the topic as the featured guest on a KYW Newsradio podcast.
A listening and curious Catholic church will foster greater participation among young people, wrote Brother Ernest J. Miller, FSC, D. Min., M.A. ’95, Vice President of Mission, Diversity, and Inclusion, in a recent guest column for the National Catholic Reporter.
La Salle’s Liz Mancini breaks her sister’s record qualifying for NCAA 5,000 meter final | KYW Newsradio
Actor Matthew McConaughey visits White House with plea for stricter gun laws | PHL17
The passage of stronger gun laws and the introduction of higher mental health clearances were topics of discussion for Mark A. Thomas, Ph.D., assistant professor of political justice, in an interview with PHL17.
Amid rising prices, New York suspends state gas tax. Will our area follow? | 6ABC
Doing so would pull from a state’s revenue and inhibit its ability to support and upgrade infrastructure, said assistant professor of accounting Andy Lafond, DBA, in a conversation with 6ABC.